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Senior Center Invites All: Come and Share Your Stories

The Herald of Randolph (Randolph, VT) , February 4, 2010

Summary:

What's more enjoyable than sharing your stories?

And what's a better way to build community than to hear other people's stories?

That's the idea behind a new series of storytelling programs, called "Talking With," sponsored by the Randolph Senior Center for the general public.

"It's a live talk show," explained "Talking With" originator and Randolph native Sara Tucker. The first one will be held this Sunday.

"The program will celebrate the diversity of small-town life with a variety of guests," Tucker said, "including the many unsung heroes who make Randolph work: the people who fix our cars, report our news, deliver our babies, clean our streets, put out our fires, teach our children, grow our food, and groom our pets.".

Subjects Covered: diversity, personal storyelling


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