Last month KMXT partnered with the Kodiak Arts Council to put on a Sum’ Arts for Kids Radio Storytelling Camp. Students in 5th grade and higher came to the station each day for one week and learned the art of interviewing and collecting personal stories. Then, their skills were put the test as they interviewed community members about their lives and how they came to Kodiak.
Today we’ll hear one of those interviews, hosted and edited by camper Keith Bruce. Bruce spoke with long-time Kodiak resident Frances Sandin about what Kodiak was like in the 1960s.
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