Oral history project discovers everyday storytellers

veryone has a story. And local historians are hoping to capture as many of them as they can.

They want to learn about experiences serving in the military, growing up in the Great Depression and suffering through discrimination in the 1950s.

Tales of vacations, friendly hangouts and holiday traditions within families will be digitally recorded and preserved as well.

Even simple stories about neighbors down the street or a memorable grocery store are worthy to be kept for posterity.


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