by Bill Tobin
Why did we all come here in the first place? If we grew up here, why did we stay? Was it the schools? Balancing Rock? Town Center? The Trestle Bridge? Soccer Fields? Interesting questions, and I am sure there are good answers and fascinating stories behind them.
You tell us.
Back in the fall of 2005 Ann Talbot wrote an article for HNN about why she and Dick came to town. I followed up with a similar story on the Tobins moving to Holliston in 1960. It occurs to me that others might like to tell their story.
The town has grown from about 5,000 when we came to over 14,000 residents now, which translates into a lot of newcomers. Then there are local folks, like HNN ace reporter Bobby Blair, who have always been in Holliston. We are interested in all the stories of those who chose Holliston.
So why not take pen to paper (computers today) and tell your story. Think about it. Holliston is a great community and we are fortunate to have found it. Please share your transplant history with us. The articles by Talbot and Tobin will be rerun as examples.
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