My Wonderful Journey helps retrace family memories

July 23, 2013

By Staff

Families are encouraged to retrace the cherished memories of their parents and their ancestors during the presentation of My Wonderful Journey on July 25 at the Spiritwood Retirement Community near Pine Lake.

Every participant at the event will be given sample chapters at no charge to begin their own exploration of family history.

Pastoral Rabbi Paul Zohav is scheduled to lead the interactive presentation at the independent living facility, 3607 228th Ave. S.E., beginning at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Military veterans are encouraged to participate.

“There are people in our community who have experienced events that will never be repeated in our history,” Zohav said. “Those are the treasured memories we want to explore so families can pass them on to future generations.”

My Wonderful Journey was designed with memory triggers from past decades to re-create cherished stories and memories that are often forgotten. Journalist and storyteller Dan Aznoff will assist Zohav during the presentation.

Learn more by calling Sherrie Reed at 313-9100 or go to www.livinglegacylifebook.com.

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