Volunteers: The heart of archaeology


This post is dedicated to the people without whom we could not function: our hard working, talented, dedicated and loyal volunteers.

These behind the scenes members of our OHS family work on various types of projects and provide valuable support to the staff. For instance, Melanie Pratt (picture one) is entering in collection information into the database. And (picture two from bottom right, clockwise) John Stottlemyer, Joe Dunn, Don Gehlbach, Tim Johnson, Michael Dion and James Keane) are enjoying their time cleaning artifacts.

Volunteer opportunities are available Tuesday and Saturday mornings from 830-12. Of particular need at the prent time are data entry operators. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, please contact Martha Otto at motto@ohiohistory.org or 614-297-2641. You also can go the the OHS on-line application form at http://www.ohiohistory.org/about/vo/vo-rf.html

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One Response to Volunteers: The heart of archaeology

  1. Bren Pevler says:

    Hi guys! You are all as handsome as ever! You keep up the good work! We are working over at the “big house” for the time being in the library until Austin’s classes are done. Take care! We miss you all!

    Bren (and Austin)

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