It is with great pride that we announce that the documentary film All Gave Some: An Oral History of the Vietnam War, which was produced by and features Timberlane Regional High School students and staff as well as local men and women who served during the Vietnam War, will be airing on New Hampshire Public Television next Thursday, September 14 at 8 PM. The Documentary was a part of the Community Stories: Soldiers Home and Away program in partnership with the Plaistow Public Library and the Kimball Library in Atkinson, NH. Narration and voice overs were done by Timberlane graduates Zack Hertrich and Sebastian Constantineau and early production was done by Matt Salois and Brianne Eloissio. Many staff members also lent a hand in the production and we are proud of the final product.
We do hope that you will be able to watch the documentary on television, but if you cannot, you can also view it on Vimeo on the following link:
We encourage you to watch this documentary not just because it is ours, but because it tells an important story through the eyes of members of our community.
Never ending thanks to the Timberlane Regional School District and Dianne Herr and Lois Powers from the Kimball Library for supporting this project.
Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.
Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.
Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://wp.timberlane.net/SCP