Session Tuesday on preserving life stories

A free session on preserving the legacy of your life story is being offered at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Mill Race Center.

Ron May, chaplain at Hoosier Village and author of “Our Service, Our Stories,” will speak about the value and importance of preserving life stories.

May’s book features 36 Indiana World War II veterans recalling their experiences in military service. May has been a Navy reserve chaplain for 22 years and a Lutheran pastor for 25 years.

Mill Race Center is partnering with Columbus North senior Trenton Klein, whose senior project is preserving life stories for local families. Individuals may sign up at the session or call the Mill Race Center business office at 812-376-9241 to work with Klein.