Helen Wetherbee, Manchester

<img height="225" hspace="5" width="400" align="left" src="http://www.trbimg.com/img-54183726/turbine/hc-itowns-artmugs-en-ec" /> Helen Wetherbee created the artwork on this week's cover, a painting of Millicent Greenhouse on Bolton Road in Bolton. Wetherbee, 89, is a resident of Arbors Independent Retirement Community in Manchester, where her work is on display.<br>
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A longtime Manchester resident before moving to the retirement community, Wetherbee was a high school biology teacher for 20 years. She minored in art while attending Mount Holyoke College and the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HOE33" title="University of Hartford" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/university-of-hartford-HOE33.topic">University of Hartford</a>.<br>
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She has three children &#8212; two sons and a daughter &#8212; and has traveled extensively to Europe, Israel, Alaska, Southeast Asia and Bermuda. Her hobbies are painting, choral music, concerts and singing.

( June 29, 2008 )

Helen Wetherbee created the artwork on this week's cover, a painting of Millicent Greenhouse on Bolton Road in Bolton. Wetherbee, 89, is a resident of Arbors Independent Retirement Community in Manchester, where her work is on display.

A longtime Manchester resident before moving to the retirement community, Wetherbee was a high school biology teacher for 20 years. She minored in art while attending Mount Holyoke College and the University of Hartford.

She has three children — two sons and a daughter — and has traveled extensively to Europe, Israel, Alaska, Southeast Asia and Bermuda. Her hobbies are painting, choral music, concerts and singing.

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