Volunteers Honored Oct. 11, 2012
October 18, 2012 12:53 am Leave your thoughts On October 11, 2012 the many volunteers of the museum were honored with a dinner served at the museum. Festivities included a walking tour of all of the major exhibits which included the newly created “Indian Forest Camp “, the recently covered “Caboose “, the changes at the “Steam Donkey” display, the enhanced site of the “Amphitheatre”, and the still in progress installation of machinery at the “Powerhouse.” At each site information was shared by the attending museum board members about the changes accomplished and those still planned. Finally, with the tours finished, everyone met in the museum for a showing of the future of the museum as created by the company Panagraphics . A word of appreciation to all volunteers was given by John Mount, president of the Board. This was followed by a dinner served by Shaver Lake Deli.For a list of the many volunteers who support the museum see below.
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