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- Archive Oologah 12
- Oologah Historical Society 8
- Guilford Run 3
- Boise Public Library 2
- Boy Scouts of America 2 11 more
I asked my grandmother about her childhood and how she wants to affect the world. I generated an understanding of how our major family tradition is to to good in the world.
Archive Oologah interviews our very own Jamie Marrara to ask her about the significance of being a valedictorian of the OHS Class of 2018 and her high school experience.
We talk about Adams Eagle Scout project and how it helps the homeless community in Green Bay
A cop’s story about training young children to be community leaders
Archive Oologah interviews Thomas Wolters, a valedictorian for Oologah High School class of 2018 about his high school experience and the significance of being named valedictorian.
She is very passionate about preversing the environment, both in community service with Scholars in Action and in her studies as an Environmental Science and Policy major. Her AP Environmental class in high school and her experience of one of...
Her experiences were motivating. I admire her views and the way she see life
This interview we’ve talked about how it is important to step up for yourself, for your, race, and for your own family and how certain family members can make a big difference and in a way can be bonds to...
Archive Oologah interviews Logan Carter, an OHS Class of 2018 valedictorian. He discusses his plans for the future and his favorite Oologah memories.
Carolyn Stewart presents a speech written by her aunt Maureen Denny to Archive Oologah. The speech outlines the history of the Oologah Historical Society.
I interviewed my mom and Lauren because I wanted to learn more about both of them. I feel like I learned a lot about them and it made me closer with both of them.
Story of a college senior about how community service helped him built confidence
Nicholas “Nicky” Weinstock had jumped headfirst into an entirely new civilization, with no knowledge of the language or culture. Nicky’s son, Lincoln Weinstock, interviews him about his experience in Africa. Nicky tells about his near-death malaria experience, what it was...
Laila Deffenbaugh was interviewed by Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara for Archive Oologah. She discusses the importance of asking questions and the benefits of a small town.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library branch library system.
Student’s story about doing community service
An interview with my retired parents in our backyard….we cover retirement, following your passions, a new concept of time, a new bond with each other, the burdens of home ownership, the differences between Western & tribal cultures, and future plans.
Cheryl’s experience with the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center and the impact of the recent fire on the community and her organization.
Archive Oologah interviews Chance Dietz, the OHS 2018 Senior Class President. He discusses his role in the school and his thoughts about the town.