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Megan Wood's Photo Story

Megan's Story

Click here to read Megan's story, and to see the portrait.

The Finished Collection

Johnny Wilson from Wilson Photography, Inc. is providing pen, paper, and a complimentary portrait to people throughout the community who wish to tell the story of their experience during the Waldo Canyon Fire or its aftermath.

The wide range of individual narratives will be compiled to preserve a unique collection of first-hand accounts of the firestorm. The finished collection will be of great historical value for the state of Colorado and will be viewed by future generations at various locations both locally and across the State.
 

Tell Your Story

To participate, please contact:
Johnny Wilson
719-210-6780
johnnyrwilson@earthlink.net

Wilson Photography, Inc.
750 Garden of the Gods Rd, Ste. 104
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
www.johnnywilsonphotography.com

There is no cost to share your story or have your portrait taken. A copy of your portrait and story will be provided to you at no cost in exchange for your willingness to share your story with the public.
 

Who can Participate?

This is for anyone with a story they would like to tell and share with others as part of Colorado Springs history. Some ideas of people who might be interested in participating include:

Affected Residents
Firefighters
Police Officers
Sheriff Deputies
First Responders
News Reporters
Chaplains
Counselors
Business Owners
Children
Wildlife Officers
Utility Workers
Volunteers

 

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Colorado Springs Together is an independent 501(c)(3) Non-Profit:

Colorado Springs Together is a community-driven volunteer effort, and is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The team members are distinguished citizens, business professionals and dedicated public servants in the community, facilitating and coordinating a quick and effective rebuilding process for the neighborhoods devastated on June 26, 2012, by the Waldo Canyon Fire.

Please visit:
www.ColoradoSpringsTogether.org
www.facebook.com/ColoradoSpringsTogether
www.twitter.com/COS_Together