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Sealy, Alice Gyldholm
Alice Gyldholm Sealy moved to Rochester in 1984 and worked at the Dinosaur Hill Nature Center, first as a volunteer and later as a naturalist. In an oral history recorded at the OPC Senior Center on May 27, 2010, Sealy shares her own history and memories about Dinosaur Hill, the Danish Village retirement community, and the OPC Senior Center as well as founding stories about Rochester she gathered as a part of a local history program. This interview was conducted by Oakland University students DJ Boyd and Alex Nardelli. Run time 20:42.
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Posted on 12/15/2010
/ People Miller Marye, Graham family
Braidwood, Jackie
Jackie Braidwood moved to Rochester when she was a young girl. She praises the community as a great place to raise her family, and talks about her work within the OPC outreach program. Jackie had always wanted to sing and dance and was able to try out for the first time through the OPC. She now sings and dances several times a week. Recorded by Timothy Briggs. Run time 7:53.
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Posted on 02/23/2011
/ People Montross Margie