Cathedral Pines exhibit will blow you away

Artist and Cornwall native Paper Buck has created an exhibit about the 1989 tornado that destroyed the Cathedral Pines for the Cornwall Historical Society. Buck joined curator Suzanne Fateh, center, and society President Lisa Simont at the opening reception on June 21. Photo by Leila Hawken

CORNWALL — It is an ill wind that blows no good, or so the saying goes. Visitors to the Cornwall Historical Society can decide for themselves, when they view a new exhibit marking the 30th anniversary of a destructive tornado that ripped through Cornwall on July 10, 1989, destroying the stand of trees known as the Cathedral Pines. 

A reception opened the exhibit on Friday, June 21.

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