At the SCKCC, each volunteer makes a difference.
Leo Rosten said, "The purpose of life is -- to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you have lived."
- Volunteers bring dedication and passion to their work and make the SCKCC shine!
- Volunteers are ambassadors for the SCKCC.
- Volunteers choose their hours, days and the tasks they do for the Cultural Center. For example, some cut obituaries, anniversaries, and births from the newspaper, some work with photos, organize documents, greet visitors, answer the phone, enter information into the database, assist with genealogy research requests, compile the archives for broadcast on WCLU, or help with special events in a variety of ways.
- Volunteer meetings are held for all to share ideas and plan programs for the Cultural Center.
Harvest of History requires a host of volunteers from reenactors, cemetery guides, script writers, researchers, people to assist with costumes and props, to set up and clean up in the cemetery, and more. It is VOLUNTEERS who bring every program at the museum to life.
In memory of volunteers who have passed away:
Faith Elaine Gonnsen Latin
Nancy Bertram Bush
Pamela Wood Hollinsworth
Theodore Winlock Simmons
James Milton Bolinger
Maj Robert Samuel "Bobby" Travis
Donna Jones Whitlow