A most delightful time awaited me the morning of March 2, 2016, when I was a guest on A Dialogue with VOICE (Volunteers Organized In Community Engagement) show on WPRK, 91.5 FM, in Winter Park.
Cohosts Janine Lee and William Lee Jones along with show producer Eric Tanyhill, VOICE coordinator Holly Tanyhill, and I discussed the importance of writing your life story before it is too late and went over a few ways to get started.
If you missed the lively discussion, you can listen to a replay by following this link: A Dialogue with Voice Featuring Patricia Charpentier. The actual interview begins about ninety seconds into the audio. Click past it or enjoy the nice jazz music.
Tune in to A Dialogue with VOICE every Wednesday morning at nine o’clock to learn more about what you need to know.
Rollins College Lifelong Learning’s VOICE (Volunteers Organized In Community Engagement) “is a unique educational and service program that utilizes the special talents of older adult volunteers in Central Florida to address local community issues… Volunteers serve as trained mentors and use their expertise to assist children, teens, and adults in a variety of areas including health and education.”