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MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS . MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS — Several individuals were recognized for their volunteer work and contributions to the Hoard Historical Museum during the Fort Atkinson Historical Society’s annual volunteer recognition program Wednesday night. Highlights of the event included recognition of Mary Narkis as 2017 Volunteer of the Year. The criteria for nomination for the Volunteer of the Year includes, but is not limited to, a volunteer who displays: reliability, a team-player attitude, flexibility, diversity of service, membership in the Fort Atkinson Historical Society,... Pictured above are some of the other volunteers who were recognized Wednesday. Mary Narkis, Volunteer of the Year. Deb Lundy, 2017 Program Support Volunteer. Amy Heine, 2017 Program Support Volunteer. Not present were Brian Juarez, 2017 Program Support Volunteer. Dianne Bowker, 2017 Garden Volunteer of the Year. The event is held annual as a thank-you to all the volunteers. “I don’t know if you know this, but volunteers work in everything that the museum does, from helping visitors to working in the archives and collections, to dusting, to helping maintain our buildings, to serving treats at events to delivering... “Every aspect, every event, every program is dependent on you, so thank you so much for all of your help. Many organizations in Fort Atkinson and throughout the country are struggling with shrinking volunteer corps, she noted. However, the museum’s volunteer list continues to grow. Currently, the historical society has a list of more than 200 volunteers that are involved throughout the year. “Some of you help once a year or once a month, and a few others serve multiple times a month, but you help as you can where you can, and for that we are grateful,” Lee said. As a group, the director said in 2015 volunteers tallied a total of 473 hours a month for a total of 5,686 hours of work, equivalent to approximately three full-time positions. “Generally we fall into the category of a very large, “small” museum,” she said. “Your gifts of time, energy, passion, knowledge, baked goods and labor are an invaluable asset to the museum and community, and we as the staff and board are so very thankful for each of you. Recognizing the honorees Wednesday, museum volunteer coordinator Tammy. Source: www.dailyunion.com
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Recreational cast net shrimping continues to be red hot at selected spots in the lower St. Johns River. Day and night shrimping have been good, with daylight netters working deep ledges and drop-offs where shrimp are concentrated in 15 to 25 feet of water.
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Pat Fischer; No. 37; Position: Cornerback: Personal information; Date of birth: (1940-01-02) January 2, 1940 (age 76) Place of birth: St. Edward, Nebraska