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- No One Dies Alone (NODA) Program 131
- volunteering 131
- Family 17
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- memories of growing up 7
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- Providence 9
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 6
- Innisfree Village 4
- 2023 Mobile Tour 3
- Taos, NM 3
- City of Decatur, Georgia 2
- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 2
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Andover Center for History and Culture 5
- Hear Me Now Providence 5
- Providence 2
- William Sonoma 2
- BudgIT 1
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This interview talks about what my moms life. She talks about important people in her life. She also talks about important times in her life.
Cohort-mates Madeline Blyveis (31) and Tessa Fenstermaker (24) discuss their love of the North Country Trail (NCT) and the lessons they have learned as young women who love the outdoors.
I had the pleasure of interviewing the volunteer coordinator at my school, Auggie. We discussed many topics such as positivity, volunteering, and his own personal experiences with volunteering.
Long time volunteer at The Mount and board member talks about years of volunteering as well as her experience with her son with Down Syndrome at The Mount
Charlie is an older gentlemen who has been volunteering with the Fort Collins Natural Areas as a Master Naturalist for several years. We chat briefly about generational use of recreation spaces and the joys of educating the public on local...
Zachary "Zach" Hottel (31) shares a conversation with his wife, Ayla Hottel (29). They discuss Ayla's work in healthcare and Zach's job as a library archivist, as well as Zach's experiences as a volunteer with the fire department.
Denise Keegan (71) and her friend Duane Nycz (62) share a conversation about their bartending and restaurant careers, their families, the COVID-19 pandemic, and Soap Lake, WA, the city that they both call home.
Spouses, Tom Moberg (79) and Mary Moberg (77), talk about their shared interests in travel and the outdoors, and their connection to the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Friends and former coworkers Eve Tovino (47) and Mike Flaherty (55) share a conversation about their work with the Shared Table Food Pantry, their upbringings, and the difficulties people face in the United States.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Caren Fishman, born in Portland, Maine, talks about her childhood growing up Jewish, and how she eventually settled in Andover with her family. Through volunteer work, she found a way to give back to the...
Friends Mark "MK" Getz (61) and Phil Hottel (65) share a conversation about their upbringings, their friendship, and their work as volunteers with their local fire departments.
Friends Richard Teals (81) and Louis Logan (79) share a conversation about the Trails Planning Team in Moses Lake, WA.
One Small Step partners Sharon Powell Quincy (74) and Damon Ward (47) connect over their desire to help their community and those in need from opposite sides of the aisle.
Kathy Sartori Hankard (50) talks with her dad, James “Jim” Anthony Sartori (86, almost 87). Dad shares stories of growing up outside of Chicago, and taking the bus into the city as a young boy (age 12) for a day...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: John Hess shares his story growing up in West Virginia, where his family valued traveling and spending time with relatives. After going to graduate school at Cornell, he moved to Andover with his family. He...
Colleagues Gabriela Cadena [no age given] and Mark Dubay (51) discuss their volunteer work in San Antonio, Texas. They reflect on small businesses strengthening the community, tips for event planning, and the vitality of San Antonio's Southside neighborhood.
Friends Don Hamlin (72) and Win Harper (76) discuss their upbringings, their military and volunteer service, and the importance of their friendship with one another.
Larry Kundert (72) reminiscences with his wife Pamela Kundert (69) about softball and the effort it took to finally pitch some games. He also talked about volleyball and volunteer work.
Kevin and Jennifer Trapani talk about their respective upbringings and what they mean to one another.
Longtime friends and Innisfree Village residents Marnie Diamond (67) and Carolyn Ohley (71) recall memories of their time together, discuss Marnie's work and volunteer experiences, and reflect on the friends and family that they've loved and lost.
Kelly Davis (43) has a conversation with her mother, Kathy Ross (71), about her education and career, family, relocating to Wisconsin, and the joys of retirement.
Aimee Shaffer (62) interviews her friend Brandi Winkleman (37) about her work at A HOPE for Santa Rosa County. They also discuss the importance of working together as a community, as well as the joy animal-human bonds can bring to...