LISTENING PROJECT: The Legacy of Amy Hallingstad

In this Listening Project conversation Jonas Hallingstad, Skip Hallingstad, Colyn Lyons and Brenda Louise discuss the legacy of Amy Hallingstad

To learn more about Amy Hallingstad, click here to listen to the commentary that Skip Hallingstad submitted to KFSK Public Radio  honoring his grandmother’s efforts in the civil rights movement. To read the article about Amy Hallingstad that he refers to in his commentary, visit the Seaalaska Heritage Institute website.

LISTENING PROJECT: Gloria Ohmer

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Gloria Ohmer came to Petersburg as a young woman and has been involved with St Catherine's Catholic Church since her early days in town. In this interview she speaks with Joe Stratman about the history of the church and the ways she and her friend Fran Lund worked to raise money one bake sale at a time.

The Listening Project is Back!

The Listening Project is back! It’s is another precious opportunity to collect stories in our community and learn more about the people in our town and what they have to offer. The project helps define who we are in this community, expresses our diversity and identifies our resources of courage and imagination.  Everyone is welcome to participate!

To schedule an interview contact:  

Petersburg Public Library at 772-3349/library@petersburgak.gov or Listening Project Coordinator Julie Hursey.