Recordings preserve adventures long past
Santa Cruz Sentinal story by Claudia Sternbach
May 9, 2004
SANTA CRUZ — Santa Cruz residents Janet Herman and Lisa Noble know family stories are important but often are lost as the years go by, along with heirloom quilts and a grandmother’s recipe for raspberry jam.
So the two women, who run an oral history and audio recording service called Lasting Voices, decided to volunteer some time recording the stories of seniors who take classes and meet for lunch at Louden Nelson Community Center
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This site explores how to use digital tools and media to record and preserve spoken memories of family members.
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