May 2011: “It was a pleasure to have Ellouise visit the Anderson County Library (SC) and present her “Flesh on Old Bones” program. There wasn’t an empty seat at the workshop she conducted on using facts gleaned from genealogical searches to create stories. Several commented upon leaving that they found it very valuable and that they learned techniques they hadn’t thought of.” Mary Beth Evans, Community Services Co-ordinator, Anderson County Public Library, Anderson, SC

March 2011:Virginia Storytelling Alliance Annual Gathering,
Harrisonburg, VA
“Ellouise gave participants fresh ideas to help us find that rabbit hole down which we discover treasures from our family histories. Engaging stories, useful information…a good, solid workshop.” Megan Hicks.

February 2011: Olde Mecklenburg Genealogical Society, Charlotte, NC
“Rosemary Lands was correct in introducing Ellouise as a rare individual. Her storytelling talent and personality held us spellbound during the February program.”

March 2010, The Mountain State Storytelling Institute, Fairmont State Univ., Fairmont, WVA
“This was something I did not know much about and Ellouise presented the material through stories that demonstrated the craft beautifully.”
“Ties in beautifully with my Family Story Project and my storytelling.”
“interesting and helpful.” “Very good.” “This was a wonderful workshop.”

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