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Oregonians Reflect On Changes In Their Lives In 2012

OPB | Dec. 28, 2012 11:11 a.m.

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Rex Armstrong has adopted 12 of his children from China. His biggest change in 2012 was the addition of two newly adopted daughters.

Rex Armstrong has adopted 12 of his children from China. His biggest change in 2012 was the addition of two newly adopted daughters.

Courtesy Rex Armstrong

History will remember 2012 for major events like Hurricane Sandy, the re-election of President Obama, and the tragic shootings in Connecticut.  But many of us will remember this year for changes, big or small, in our own lives.

We asked sources in OPB’s Public Insight Network to share what their biggest change was in 2012. Click “play” above to hear from Alex Schay, Sarah Gilbert, Denise Fuller and Rex Armstrong as they discuss the biggest change in their lives in 2012.

This audio postcard was produced by Amanda Peacher with help from Meredith Lawrence. You can share your story, and learn how you can become a source for OPB, at OPB.org/publicinsight.

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