DISCOVERING OUR TREASURES!

Welcome to 7th Ward Oral History

Welcome to 7th Ward Oral History

Welcome to 7th Ward Oral History Welcome to 7th Ward Oral History Welcome to 7th Ward Oral History

DO YOU REMEMBER?

The Hamboners from the 7 th Ward on Ted Mack Amateur Hour – 1954. Joseph

“Joe” Jackson, Warren “Warrenie” Hyson, Lewis “Candino” Wilson and Charles

“Chuckie” Simms.

About Us

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Our Mission Leaders

Our Mission Leaders

Our Mission Leaders

Our mission leaders are made up of a group of retired professionals, including a senior pastor, a school district administrator, a retired professor, a retired police officer, and others.

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Our Mission

Our Mission Leaders

Our Mission Leaders

To establish historical pathways to the future by building our connections to the past. Focusing on the years from 1930 - 1980, current and former residents of this culturally diverse section of Lancaster city will have an opportunity to share their stories and experiences which contributed to this rich and vibrant community during this time frame.

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Our History

Our Mission Leaders

Our History

Our purpose through the Discovering Our Treasures project is to share actual stories from people who have overcome many challenges to lead responsible and productive lives. Our goal is to provide our audience with potential role models and realistic strategies for a meaningful and purpose driven life. 

Have A Story To Share?