The Rust Report
On the first evening of June, the elite of the high school choir, sang their last performance of the year in an old building near down town. I was there like a fly on the wall. I spent my time appreciating the old buildings. As the choir sang I wondered the perimeter.
The building was completed in 1866 by members of the local community as a convent for the Sisters of Mercy. It soon became an orphanage with over 400 children. The nuns left 100 years later and the community has worked to preserve the site. Here is what I saw.
If walls could talk…
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