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Keeping Victorians’ family stories alive

17 Nov 2016

Cherished things

Teagan and John, Castlemaine

A day she’ll never forget, Tegan’s grandad became her hero. Now she knows the real story of that cricket ball and the day he made history. And so will her kids and their kids.

Ella and Colin, Keilor

Ella always wondered what that shiny badge was in Pop’s shed. Then one day he told her and he asked her to look after that cherished badge forever more. Now Ella can tell the real story of the bravest man she ever met.

Harry and Giovanna, Mount Waverley

Harry never really knew his grandfather, but when his Nonna gave him that watch, he learned a lot about the man who made living in Australia possible. It’s a story he’ll never forget.

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