You are the preservers of your family and community history. Although your photographs and papers may not have high monetary value, the worth they have for you, your family, and your community is great. Preserving these items not only helps you safeguard family memories – how often do you find that photographs are the one thing that can’t be replaced after a fire or flood loss, or that no one can remember who that person next to Great Aunt June is in the photo – but also makes these items and memories available to your children, grandchildren, and the community. Come learn how to take care of your family documents and photographs in this workshop!
Presented by East Central Regional Library Assistant Director, Rachel Howell.
Registration is required.