Keep history alive by recording every day life in Bradley Beach during this unprecedented time.
BBHS invites you to chronicle a day in your life by sharing a page from your journal, sketch book or photo album that captures life in the time of Corona.
Samuel Pepys, who kept a hand-written diary from 1660 – 1669, gave an eye-witness account of the Great Plague, the last major epidemic of the bubonic plague that killed 100,000 people in 18 months. What do you want to share about this time with future generations?
BBHS welcomes stories, essays, poems, photos or drawings that will become part of our permanent Living History collection.
Submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to contact Paul with questions: (201) 993-9480.