Library invites you to participate in a community oral history project

The Irvin L. Young Memorial Library would like to invite you to participate in a community oral history project. You can share your experience during the COVID-19 Pandemic, or speak on another topic.
For more information on how to participate, please email tthomas@whitewater-wi.gov.

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