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Sat/Sun/MoiVTues, September 18-21, 2004 The Park Record A-12 r MARKETPLACE Projected "My for the week of Oct 27 - Nov. % 2004 Total Visitor Nights: 37,463 Family history saved in scrapbooks Consultant Lisa Harlig helps families keep memories safe E S T A T E MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT o § - Weekly High: o o o 6,735 (Fri.) 5,352 Year-To-Date: o s 2,182,001 Nightly Lodging Tally It took the passing of her mother for Lisa Harlig to realize how important family photographs could be. After the funeral, Harlig and her sister found 10 scrapbooks that their mother, a consultant for Creative Memories serapbooking company, had made. "It hit me that this was such an important thing and I wanted to help create these legacies for families," said Harlig. She had been a scrapbook hobbyist for years, and had even made scrapbooks for other people, but she look up her mothers vocation this spring. As an independent consultant for Creative Memories, Harlig teaches classes and workshops, sells supplies and occasionally creates scrapbooks for clients. "Creative Memories' mission is to preserve the past, enrich the present and inspire hope for the GRAYSON WESVPARK RECORD future." said Harlig. Serapbooking is part historical record and part art for Lisa Harlig, who teaches classes and 'Hie company has done extensive research to develop products that holds workshops. She offers Creative Memories supplies, which help to preserve photographs. are acid-free and will keep photographs intact longer. making her own scrapbooks and workshops, she has become 'The to add a few sticker enhancements. 1 The Gnal touch is one that makes then teaching her friends and Personal Scrapbooking Trainer to The most common ways photographs have been stored are in the scrapbooks more of a keepsake neighbors. She partnered with a wide variety of hobbyists looking boxes, in the developer's envelopes than ordinary photo albums - the Cheryl Lightle, vice president of to keep their albums up to date. or in 'magnetic' or pocket photo inclusion of journal entries. Usually Webway. who drove the business The business has proven so sucalbums. All three ways, but espe- short descriptions of what, when forward. Together they evolved cessful in the area that Harlig has cially the albums, cause pho- and where the photographs were Creative Memories into a business already become No. 6 in sales for tographs to fade, curl or otherwise taken, journaling adds a deeper that could be run out of women's the Southwest region during homes. sense of family history. deteriorate. August - her first month of busiHarlig has found the company's ness. "Somebody doesn't have to be "So many people have said, "I She plans to build on that suchave so many photographs and I very creative to do scrapbooking," research done on the papers, cutdon't know where to start," said but if they are creative, they can ting systems and special albums to cess with special events - including add even more elements, said be extensive and unique within the a 'Croptober' special. Harlig. growing serapbooking market. Hie Despite the high level of interest So she begins with small projects, Harlig. asking them to bring eight to 10 One of the most popular items company also offers a beginners she has received, she admits one of photographs to a beginner's work- she sells is the Power Sort organizer that includes enough the best parts of consulting has shop. She shows them some crop- Organization System, a storage box materials and tools for several been the ability to adjust her work schedule to her family schedule ping techniques that keep the focus that is constructed to hold" 2.400 scrapbooks. of the photograph while adding photographs without adding to Creative Memories guarantees and continue making more memoshape and interest to the pictures. their deterioration. She also offers the albums for life, and Harlig says ries that will find homes in future Their first page(s) may only have Power Layout sheets, that aid she has received support and train- scrapbooks. For more information, contact a couple non-photo elements: a pre- scrapbookers create multiple pages ing to run her business. cut border of contrast paper or tri- simultaneously. As a consultant, Harlig can help Lisa Harlig, at 615-1175 or log on to angles to mimic the mountains of The home-based business was people from all over the country, www.creativememories.com/lisa the camping trig depicted in-the founded by Montana housewife and she has worked with children harlig. Schedules and special events photograph. Nexttftey may decide : *~Rhonda Anderson who began by and adults. Through the classes and can be found on the website. R E A L S UN Nightly Average: By MONIKA GUENDMER Of the Record staff LewisWolcott Dornbush Nightly Lodging Tally and see us this summer.i call 435/6157110 <1 c c r v ;i 11 c y &' I w J p -i r I; c 11 y. c o m •B 25% SOURCE: PARK OTY ' • •1 I i p*/ eiftt.forih« vttk. Amd runb«r of owmjht vnton nu/ wy dui to tu-psrua >. XHAMBER/BUREAU MEETING AND CONVENTIONS Local convention properties have reported that the following groups will meet during the week of Oct. 27 - Nov. 2 in Park City. 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