The Woburn Public Library (45 Pleasant St.) is once again putting together an intriguing presentation for the community. Come learn about the history of women in the Boston Police Department on Sunday, March 10th!
This presentation will feature guest speakers including Dr. Kim L. Gaddy, a Sergeant Detective with the Boston P.D. and Margaret R. Sullivan, the Records Manager and Archivist for the Boston P.D.
They will address the first 50 years of women in the police force starting with the history of women gaining the right to vote followed by how the Boston Police Department was rebuilt after the strike of 1919.
Doors will open at 1:45 pm and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm. Light refreshments will also be served.