“Harry’s Story” documentary launch at the Northbrook Lions Hall was mentioned in the November 9th, 2017 edition of the Frontenac News. Jeff Green wrote the article and attended the public launch on October 25th. Later Jeff interviewed Harry Andringa to answer some questions he had regarding Harry’s immigration to Canada. Harry’s wife, Fim also talked to Jeff about the refugee crisis in the world today. See the full story here.
Harry’s Story will receive another public screening, this time in Napanee at the Lennox & Addington County Museum and Archives. The date is November 25th, 2017 at 2 pm. Admission is $3.00 per person. Harry plans to attend to answer questions after the presentation. Everyone welcome!
A trailer video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/Zbcw1NNQgUQ
Click link to see full story. Thanks to Shannon Binder Bray for coming to the launch and writing the story and taking the photo and to Rodger Hanna (owner/operator of the Tweed News) for publishing the article.
Public Launch October 25, 2017
What a great turnout to the public launch of ‘Harry’s Story’ at the Northbrook Lions Hall! Several members of Harry’s family attended too and quickly posed for the above photo. Thanks to the Land O’ Lakes Lions for providing the Hall for the launch and the Cloyne and District Historical Society for providing refreshments. Harry answered some questions afterwards and gave special recognition to WWII Veteran Gordon Wood who was in attendance.