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Aftermath - the Documentary :: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 :: 6 pm

A new and unique view of Storm Sandy’s destructiveness can be seen in the documentary “Aftermath” the destruction and rebuilding of Misquamicut Beach in Westerly, RI. This free showing of Harriet Grayson’s documentary will be at the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association's Campus, 203 Arcadia Road, Hope Valley, RI 02832. No registration is required.

This program looks at the impact of Storm Sandy on Misquamicut Beach as not an isolated incident but one chapter in an evolving book. The footage is intertwined with interviews with important stakeholders in the rebuilding of Misquamicut Beach. Many of those interviewed recognized that Storm Sandy was just the beginning.

The documentary shows that Misquamicut is not merely a state beach but a thriving business asset not only to those individual business owners but to the state of RI and the taxpayers of Westerly. It is a major economic engine for the town of Westerly, local beach businesses, and the state of RI so that any future actions taken by regulatory agencies will have a rippling effect.

Ms. Grayson is the Host/Producer of a local cable access TV show “Community Culture Showcase” (seen on channel 12 in CT on Tuesdays at 8 pm & in southern RI on channel 18 on Wednesdays at 6 pm). She is a Westerly resident and President of 5 Star Seminars and the independent publishing company, Ocean Breeze Press.


For More Information Contact: Denise Poyer: denisep@wpwa.org, 401-539-9017


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