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Interview with Earl Eugene Compton and Norma Jean Compton née Davis. Recorded on September 22nd 2019. The interview covers their life together.
I am interviewing Sharon Sexter, who is my grandmother, about her life. I learn how Sharon started a successful candy shop with no prior experience. I learn where she was born and why she moved. I also learn about her...
Covid has impacted how we live our lives, but it has had a mouse effect on the school system. Amanda Wright shared her insight on how the pandemic has effected school and teacher life.
We talked about growing up in Danville and Lexington. A little advice for the grandkids.
Joanne talks about growing up in the King family near Danville, KY in the 1940s and 50s. She covers sharecropping, tobacco farming, farm life, valuable lessons, hard work, and good and bad times in the process.
Ishaani and Camille attend a small college prep school in the Bay Area called Athenian. They met the first week of freshman year and this interview summarizes the journey that made up the past four years and where they are...
Margaret's childhood in Danville, CA
Spouses, Robert Marsh (70) and Sandra Marsh (66) have a conversation about their lives in Danville and their artistic careers.
Justin (26) and Ina (26) talk about their work at the Danville Regional Foundation and how they want to contribute in making Danville a better place to live.
Joshua Hearne (32) interviews his friend and colleague, Bruce Hopson (60) about overcoming being homeless and an alcoholic and their work together at Grace & Main.
One Small Step conversation partners Greta Harris (63) and Mackenzie Babichenko (40) have a conversation about their educational paths and the work that they now do In the political and non-profit worlds.
The quality in education and the history of education was mainly talked about in this interview.
My mom talks about her childhood memories and stories in the family.
Joanne adds on to our initial conversation and talks about stories growing up, life lessons, changes, and wisdom to pass on to the next generation.