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Can you ID these faces from the past?


Each week in The Wilson Times, we will run a couple or three old photos of Wilson Recreation Department teams, players or events. Today’s photos are the 1951 women’s softball team from Denny’s Jewelers and the 1986 7th-8th g rade boys basketball tournament champion Blazers.

If you recognize the people in the photos, you can call us at 252-265-7808, email us at sports@wilsontimes.com or just leave a comment on the online story at www.wilsontimes.com.

We will compile all the responses and post them on the comments section online.

If you would like a digital copy of one of the photos, drop by the office at Recreation Park Community Center on Sunset Road.

For a $2 donation to Wilson Recreation Department athletics programs, you can get an copy emailed to you.

For more information, contact the Rec at 252-399-2266.
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Robin Bass said...

The woman on the bottom row second from the right is Mrs. Joyce Bass Lamm. She is my grandmother. She recently passed away on Aug. 29th.

Friday, October 11, 2013 at 8:27 PM
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