Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Write Your Family Stories



Leave a Written Legacy,
Write Your Family Stories
February 21-27, 2010 -- Instructor: Glenda C. Beall

Recover old memories using family photos and keepsakes. Write stories and personal essays about your unique life experiences for your children and grandchildren, and then fine-tune your work by sharing with classmates in a safe, comfortable atmosphere. Beginners to intermediate writers - join us to get your start or for motivation and ideas to organize your work.

Contact John C. Campbell Folk School for registration information.
Ask for local discount if you live in Clay, Cherokee, Towns, Union, Graham counties

3 comments:

Lisa Gioia-Acres said...

Hi Glenda. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for commenting. I am thrilled to see your blogs and your interests! I look forward to spending some quality time perusing them. I especially like what you do - family stories. I specialize in oral histories, which is the most rewarding job. Please stay in touch.

Life-memo said...

Hi Glenda,
I am very interested in Life memories. After reading my grandmothers life stories, which they both wrote when they reached 80, I discovered I knew so little about their life- in spite of the fact we spoke often. I think everyone should take the time and write about his grandparents. It's a part of ones history. I am a webdesigner, so I created a site where people can post thier life stories for free. www.life-memo.com
Tanya

Glenda Council Beall said...

Lisa, So glad you visited my blog.We both have similar interests in recording history. I enjoyed reading your blog, also and I'll be back.