The Littleton 300th web site was a pro bono publico project coded, designed, and maintained by Rossman Art for the Littleton 300th Committee. The site was built one year prior to the 2014 celebration and maintained by Rossman Art into early 2016. The site served as a community information portal leading up to the town’s celebration, a point of reference during the celebration, and as an archive for photos, articles and documents after the tercentennial celebration. The site is still active at littleton300.org, and now maintained by the Littleton 300th legacy committee.
Jeff: In addition to building the Littleton 300th site, I was also involved with the Littleton 300th book project. I used skills I acquired from running a photo restoration business to give the Littleton Historical Society restored high resolution digital copies of historical maps of Littleton. Thee maps were used to lend visual reference to, and supplement writing in the book.