Shakespeare Club goes back in time

Jim Busek welcomed Shakespeare Club members to the Art Gallery at Norwalk High School March 12. Busek, intrigued by the Reflector's "Blast from the Past" column and a recent reference announcing a Shakespeare Club meeting to be held March 5, 1928, 79 years ago, "At the Pattersons' home with the lecture to be provided by Professor F. M. Hill from the Ohio State University." The professor, a renowned historian, was to speak to the group, in depth, on the fascinating Inca Civilization. With his curiosity piqued, Busek researched the club's archives and came up with the minutes from that March meeting held so long ago. Reading the minutes to the club members, Busek and his listeners soon became aware that Professor Hill had surely been an Inca expert and Shakespeare Club secretaries, down through the ages, have excelled in paying meticulous attention to detail. Nothing has changed.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Jim Busek welcomed Shakespeare Club members to the Art Gallery at Norwalk High School March 12. Busek, intrigued by the Reflector's "Blast from the Past" column and a recent reference announcing a Shakespeare Club meeting to be held March 5, 1928, 79 years ago, "At the Pattersons' home with the lecture to be provided by Professor F. M. Hill from the Ohio State University." The professor, a renowned historian, was to speak to the group, in depth, on the fascinating Inca Civilization.

With his curiosity piqued, Busek researched the club's archives and came up with the minutes from that March meeting held so long ago. Reading the minutes to the club members, Busek and his listeners soon became aware that Professor Hill had surely been an Inca expert and Shakespeare Club secretaries, down through the ages, have excelled in paying meticulous attention to detail. Nothing has changed.

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