Seniors share tales

THE 12th annual Priceless Past Exhibition is set to open at the Gladstone Art Gallery and Museum today with stories from our elders told by the students of today.

This year Tannum Sands State High School had the pleasure of chatting to many of the region's more elderly residents and telling their stories to the rest of the community.

The message of Our Priceless Past is moving forward without forgetting where we've been and the exhibition will be a journey back through time to learn just that. The Observer partnered with the art gallery and Ergon Energy will print a special 16-page liftout of all the photos and stories written by the high school students.

This is a special occasion and a wonderful coming together or new and old generations collaborating to remember times gone by.

To be apart of this year's milestone grab a copy of Wednesday's Observer for your special keepsake of this year's Our Priceless Past liftout.



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