ART.BSL - Episode Three
- by Steve Barney
Episode Three, ART.BSL
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In Episode 3, we meet Bernie Cullen, one of the most humble and busy community servants in Hancock County. Bernie will tell us about her work in the community, the history of the Waveland Ground Zero Hurricane Museum, and the legacy of its biggest supporter, Lili Stahler.
This volunteer extraordinaire finds that she gets more out of community service than she gives - including a lot of fun.
Then we go down to the Bay St Louis Harbor with ART.BSL special correspondent Edmond Meyer for the Hancock County Historical Society’s Inaugural Cardboard Boat Race. If you think a cardboard boat can't possibly float - well, you'd be correct most of the time. Undaunted by engineering, the hearty contestants paddled their way to victory in this extraordinarily hilarious event.
We finish up the podcast with a trip to the Ground Zero Museum to learn all about the Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibition, Crossroads: Change in Rural America.
- Bernie Cullen, in our 2019 Good Neighbor story.
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