100-year-old Photo Recreated, Honoring Fluvanna’s History 

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FLUVANNA – One hundred years of history was recognized during a community-wide photo recreation in Fluvanna on Saturday morning. 

The Fluvanna Community Historical Society invited members of the community to the town’s old meeting house to recreate a photo taken 100-years-ago.  

Image courtesy: Fluvanna Community Historical Society

President of the group, Richard Keefer, tells WNY News Now he hopes recreating the symbolic photo will make an impact for future generations. 

Around 120 people, including a 101-year-old woman and local dignitaries like State Assemblyman Andy Goodell, State Senator George Borrello and Chautauqua County Executive PJ Wendel posed for the photograph.  

Additionally, a group of therapy horses was on hand to help recreate the feel of the old photo. 

To learn more about the Fluvanna Community Historical Society’s mission to preserve local history, visit fluvannahistory.com. 


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