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Emily Richards

June 26, 2017

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You'll find this license plate in Bluffton near the St. John's United Church of Christ. It belongs to the congregation's pastor, Rev. Carol Clements.

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Jimmy Wilson: "Memories, experiences, and impressions have value"

Think about recording them

By Monty Siekerman
Paul Logsdon (left) and Jimmy Wilson discussed digital history Friday at the business college.

About 50 students from Lima Senior High School learned the importance of recording history.

Paul served as director of Heterick Library for many years and now is archivist for ONU. He has helped with town and gown histories over the years.

Jimmy, a business prof, has instructed classes in how to research history and present and maintain the information for future generations.

He said memories, experiences, and impressions have value and should be recorded.