Rincon Views will soon be publishing profiles of our residents to help us get to know each other better. Our Views editor Bonnie Gonzales is working as hard as Lois Lane and Clark Kent combined, to help share our personal stories.
Later this year, the top Stories from Rincon Country will be published in a book of about 200 pages, the size of a short novel. RCMHP manager Sam Harrell is handling the executive details. Printed with a full-color cover in bookstore quality, our book will be sold both within the park and by Tucson merchants. The proceeds will be used for worthy causes and will benefit our community.
ACTION—all you need to do is talk to us. If you will tell us your story while we tape-record your own words, then we will take it from there. Volunteers like Sandy Cooper, Cheryl Cooper, and Bonnie Loftus (we could use more typists, hint hint) will put the history of you on paper. Park resident Bill Warriner, who is a published author and professional editor, will polish up the grammar and put the book and photos together. We’re trying to accomplish all this before the 2013 Christmas season.
C’mon storytellers—give Rincon Park an hour or two of your time. Be part of The Biography of a Community. Just call Bill at 290-7047 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. He’ll ask you where your home town is, and get together to talk when and where you choose. He’s an easy guy to get along with.