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Charles Doggett and Virginia Lora

Charles Doggett (71) talks with facilitator Virginia Lora (26) about growing up in Arkansas and Oklahoma, studying religious education and doing missionary work. He also talks about his relationships with his two children and his ex-wife.

Ed Pedi and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Award-winning professional photographer Ed Pedi shares his life story, from growing up in Chelsea with his 7 siblings to his passion for photography, traveling the globe by motorcycle, and the lessons that he learned.

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Claire Robinett and Sophia Hamilton

Friends and colleagues Claire Robinett (15) and Sophia Hamilton (16) reflect on their time leading young scouts at the National Youth Leadership Training. The two express their appreciation for one another as they remember how they pushed each other to...

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Bernadine Manning and Liam Manning

Liam Manning (27) and his mom Bernadine “Bernie” Manning (58) come together to talk about parenting, particularly what it was like for Bernie to raise a queer child and Liam’s journey of self-discovery. They also reflect on their relationship and...

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Stephen Demarest and Daniel Smith

One Small Step conversation partners Stephen Demarest (41) and Daniel "Dan" Smith (55) have a conversation about their experiences as fathers of older kids, influential experiences with scout masters, and the complexities of participating in the pledge of allegiance.

How the Boy Scouts made me learn to swim.
December 14, 2021 App Interview

Mr. Bennett tell us how was his childhood on the Boy Scouts and how that made him learn how to swim.

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Laura Cattani and Jack Thomson

Laura Cattani (38) talks with her grandfather Jack G. Thomson (97) about his long life as a farmworker in the Central Valley of California. Jack recounts joining the Navy, meeting his wife, and starting a rice co-op in a nearby...

Childhood Adventures with Jack Herther

Jack (88) tells some tales of his youth. He discussing moving around the country as a child, growing-up in the family business, participating in youth sports, and a broken arm that was set by a chiropractor.

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Myra Sands and Tim Watson

Tim Watson (57) speaks to his mother Myra Sands (76) about celebrating Mardi Gras as a kid, working in the media industry, and the great Southern tradition of storytelling.

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Hunter Kappelman and Katherine Kappelman

Katherine Kappelman (66) and her son Hunter Kappelman (20) share a conversation about their family, those who have lived with them, and Hunter's Eagle Scout service project.

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Linda Hasty and Lester Phillips

Linda Hasty [no age given] talks with her friend Lester E. Phillips (95) about his childhood in South Carolina during the 1930s, being the first Black Eagle Scout in South Carolina, and serving in the military.

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Christine May and Louis Eaton

Christine May (51) interviews her husband Louis "Scott" Eaton (55) about his life. They discuss his greatest joys, life wisdom, their children, and advice he'd like to give others.

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Leslie Boettcher and Art Boettcher

Leslie Boettcher (82) talks with he husband Art Boettcher (93) about his childhood, family, volunteer work and career.

James McNair and Stephanie Louie

James (24) and his sister, Stephanie (32), talk about their shared experience of Type 1 Diabetes. They talk about day to day life, summer camp (Camp EDI), and the future of the disease.

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Alden Wright, Sally Wright, Kevin Wright, and Eric Wright

Spouses Alden Wright [no age given] and Sally Wright (78), speak to their two sons, Eric Wright (49) and Kevin Wright (47), about their grandparents, vacationing in Montana, and a commitment to curiosity, science, and the outdoors.

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Kurt Opprecht and Bruce Broman

Friends Kurt Opprecht (60) and Bruce Broman (60) recount some of their favorite memories of the outdoors in their long and storied friendship.