Friday, June 21, 2013

Thanks for support

Jim Heltz, Grace Heltz and Steve Mease at the Williston Community Portrait. (Photo by Marianne Apfelbaum) 

Thanks to all of you who attended the dessert social and film premiere of “Williston Revisited.”

The film would not have been possible without the contributions of many community members who volunteered their time and talent.
It was an amazing experience working with you all. We were struck by the love and loyalty people have for this town.
We feel blessed to be part of such a supportive, caring community. We discovered that the people of Williston have many stories and we hope we can tell more of them in the future!
Grace and Jim Heltz
This letter appeared in the Williston Observer on June 20, 2013

'Willston Revisited' DVD Available at Williston Locations

The new documentary, "Williston Revisited: A Community Portrait," is available for purchase at several area locations in Williston. The price is $20, tax included. The film, which looks at the changes in Williston over the past 20 years, is 46 minutes long. Also included on the DVD as a bonus is the original "Williston: A Community Portrait" produced in 1992.
  • The Dorothy Alling Memorial Library
  • Adams Farm Market
  • Passport Video 
You can also order a copy from Green Mountain Video, PO Box 938, Williston, Vt. 05495 or by calling 802-872-7000. 

The DVD will be available for sale during the 2013 Williston July Fourth celebrations on July 3 and July 4. 
The film will be shown in the Williston Central School Auditorium on July 4 on a continuous loop.