TOU, Lisa Essetera interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen
Record Group — Box: 30
This interview is part of the "Discovering Glengarry’s Community Spirit" project. In this interview, Lisa recalls early memories of growing up in Glengarry, games and activities played with other children, travelling to London and the changes she noticed to Glengarry on her return. She always had an enjoyment of school and remembers some of her memorable teachers, and going on to become a teacher herself. She talks of the inception of ‘PolyFest’ and her Cook Island culture.
- Amundsen, Rebecca (Interviewer, Person)
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- TOU, Lisa Essetera
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