This program encourages everyone, especially senior citizens to preserve their family's history. It gives examples including how some people dealt with situations that they didn't care to discuss. It covers: Documenting the basic facts; Identifying those important documents that your future descendants will appreciate; Showing the importance of family photographs and telling how to properly identify everyone; and then Preserving it all for future generations to enjoy. The final step is to record and preserve the stories that make your family "Your Family!" It uses examples to show the importance of certain events to a family and how the description of a single event can give great insight into a particular person.
"Don't wait for the young wipper-snappers to come and ask for the information"
These programs can be directed to or used by a variety of audiences:
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13 March 2012 - Benedictine University - Center for Lifelong Learning
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