"Life in Ho-Ho-Kus: Pandemic 2020" Submission Form
Ho-Ho-Kus, along with our country as a whole, is facing unprecedented times. In an effort to preserve this critical piece of our local history, Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library seeks residents' stories of how their lives are being reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Share your story using this form for a chance to be included in an upcoming local history book. The finished book will be available to residents in years to come so that our shared experiences are not forgotten. Responses may be edited for length and clarity, but we will reach out to you prior to publication so you can approve your final work.

Interested in sharing photos of Ho-Ho-Kus life during the quarantine? Please email your high-resolution files to Library Director Gretchen Corsillo at corsillo@hohokus.bccls.org. Images may contain local sites and scenery or residents, but all human subjects must consent to have their image in print.
Your full name: *
Your email: *
Are you 18 or older? *
If under 18, please share your parent or guardian's name and email address. He or she will be contacted to issue the final approval of your submission.
How long have you lived in Ho-Ho-Kus? *
Please share your pandemic story with us in 1,000 words or less. You may want to consider some of the following questions, but you are free to take any direction you wish. How has your daily life changed because of the quarantine? What has surprised you? What scares you? What have you learned from this? Have you observed any unexpected positive changes? What do you hope future generations learn from this experience? *
Please checking below, I agree to submit my story to Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library for use in the upcoming local history book "Life in Ho-Ho-Kus: Pandemic 2020". The library reserves the right to edit submissions for length and clarity, but authors will have the opportunity to review their final work prior to publication. I understand that not all submissions may make it into the final published work, depending on the volume received. *
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