There are parts of this job I wouldn't trade for a million bucks ---
working with Alister and Margaret Hughes on the Grenada-History web
site is one --->>>
Salvaging the Wallace Fountain from the wrecker's crane in the Main
Market in St. George's was started by Cynthia and Alister Hughes back
in the 1960s --- Rebuilding was begun last year a day or two after
September 11th (the date sticks in my mind) by Maria McClafferty and
Lincoln Ross. The fountain was re-dedicated at the Alliance Francaise
on Tuesday last, the 27th of August, 2002.
Read about it at <http://www.grenada-history.org/fountain.htm
then send them some money so they can restore the first taxi that
Alister's father brought to the island.
Read Alister's charming account of the early cars in Grenada, with a
couple pictures, at
>To: Grenada History Group <email@example.com>
>From: Potter at Island Resources <bpotter@...>
>Subject: Update on The Wallace Fountain Re-Dedication, 27 August 2002
>Here's a nice little update on the re-dedication of the Wallace
>Fountain in St. George's GRENADA, with a picture of the re-built
>fountain, AND Alister Hughes at the dedication.
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