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She found that the old traditional songs that tell stories (ballads) often tell the story of our ancestors and how their trials and their endurance shaped life on the Plains.Pat began writing her own ballads, knowing that her stories will also help contribute to keeping our heritage alive.Bill Behmer is a founder of LAFTA, the Lincoln Association for Traditional Arts.
He received the Sower Award from the NHC in 2001 for his long-time activities and commitment to the cultural programs of the state. Y., a master’s degree in sociology and a doctorate in sociology and social psychology from Utah State University.
The award made it possible for her to write and publish “Sharpie: The Life Story of Evelyn Sharp, Nebraska’s Aviatrix.” Diane belongs to several aviation organizations, has been published in journals and periodicals and has presented at national conferences.
She served as principal consultant for the NETV documentary film “Sharpie: Born To Fly.” Cherrie Beam-Callaway doesn’t lack for stories as she has spent nearly 25 years gathering and recording historic tales from Nebraska families.
Cherrie boasts of being a “true Nebraskan,” as she has lived in both ends of the state and is a fourth generation farm girl.
The pioneer stories are factual and reflect the diversity of the people and land from western to eastern Nebraska.
Jack Campbell has served two terms on the Nebraska Humanities Council and, thereafter, the Nebraska Foundation for the Humanities, and was president of the foundation from 1993 to 1995.