I Am Worcester "Mask-Up Gallery" - Debbie Hall

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I Am Worcester "Mask-Up Gallery" - Debbie Hall

Description

"I Am Worcester: Debbie Hall moved to Worcester 7 years ago to be with her partner and says she 'immediately felt welcomed and at home.' She works at the YWCA of Central Massachusetts and loves Elm Park, the variety of restaurants, and the diversity of her neighborhood. Debbie says she loves that 'Worcester is a city with a small town feel to it,' and still remembers the first time she tried to navigate Kelley Square. In terms of community improvements, Debbie shares, 'I would like to see people work together to make Worcester an even better place for everyone to live.'"

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Matt Wright Photo Studios for the City of Worcester's Cultural Development Division's "I Am Worcester" Project

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Photograph

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I Am Worcester "Mask-Up Gallery" - Debbie Hall

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Matt Wright Photo Studios for the City of Worcester's Cultural Development Division's "I Am Worcester" Project

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Allison Steeves

Item description

"I Am Worcester: Debbie Hall moved to Worcester 7 years ago to be with her partner and says she 'immediately felt welcomed and at home.' She works at the YWCA of Central Massachusetts and loves Elm Park, the variety of restaurants, and the diversity of her neighborhood. Debbie says she loves that 'Worcester is a city with a small town feel to it,' and still remembers the first time she tried to navigate Kelley Square. In terms of community improvements, Debbie shares, 'I would like to see people work together to make Worcester an even better place for everyone to live.'"

Citation

Matt Wright Photo Studios for the City of Worcester's Cultural Development Division's "I Am Worcester" Project, “I Am Worcester "Mask-Up Gallery" - Debbie Hall,” COVID-19 Chronicles: Worcester's Community Archive, accessed August 8, 2022, http://worcestercovid19.org/items/show/416.