Directory of Members


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Pam Dawson

Pam began her storytelling as a parent, then as a special education teacher in middle school. She uses stories to connect and spark the imagination. Her tales may share age old wisdom, remind us of a lost memory, or just let everyone have a good time in a fun, heartfelt, old fashioned way. She has a variety of historical stories, folktales and personal stories to delight audiences of all ages. Email: padawsonusa (at) hughes.net, Phone: 248-684-7426


 

Jack Ferguson

 
J.D. Ferguson is 'The Scout." J.D. uses Tall Tales,Cowboy Poetry, and Range Camp Humor to teach the contribution of the American Cowboy. Often J.D. is riding with his partner T.R. Mansell as the "Campfire Compadres".  Songs and stories are woven into a classic cowboy experience. Saddle Up.  Email: thunderisle (at) yahoo.com, Phone: 248-338-9389 or 248-860-2307

Carolyn Graves


"Aunt Carole"  to  my  Storytelling  Listeners
Come with me  to  The  World  of  "Once  Upon  A  Time"
Email: gravesccr (at) aol.com, Phone: 248-363-6149

Ron Hinman

Ron has a love of people, history and children. He enjoys using stories to entertain all ages from preschool to senior citizens. His love of history is included in many of his stories. Ron has shared stories in Michigan, California, and Alaska and in many places including festivals, schools, parks and on cable television. Ron brings the world of storytelling to you through legends, folktales, fables and historical pieces. Email: ronaldhinman (at) sbcglobal.net, Phone: 248-698-9279
 
 
Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS)

LoiS enriches her large repertoire of international folklore & Michigan tales. Programs often are participatory & may include music, sign language, or puppetry. LoiS also re-enacts various historical figures, including herself in the 1950s; a "hired girl"; an old-time schoolteacher; & Liberetta Lerich Green, who grew up on a Shelby Township Underground Railroad Station & aided Civil War homefront efforts. Websites: www.LoiS-sez.com, www.michiganhumanities.org, and www.hsmichigan.org/people/Keel.php, Email: LoiS-sez (at) LoiS-sez.com, Phone: 248-625-5848

 
Susan Mullholland

Susan spins stories and brings characters to life with vibrant voice & dramatic energy, weaving a vivid world inviting and involving listeners. Her captivating repertoire of characters, folk & literary tales, poetry & rhyme, and creative interaction captivates and engages audiences of all ages. Programs may be geared around specialty themes (Underground Railroad, inspirational, historical, holiday, tall tales, etc.). Workshops available. Email: susan (at) dfmchurch.org, Phone: 810-658-0988


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Loretta Vitek

Loretta comes from an Italian family of wonderful storytellers. She has always loved the folktales, myths and legends that make up our human heritage. She especially loves stories about dragons and personal tales, “For I see stories everywhere and in the people and events that populate our everyday life.” Therefore Loretta tells stories whenever she can because *There is always a story, it would be a shame not to share it!* Email: dragonstory (at) hotmail.com, Phone: 586-808-0372. www.dragon-story.com