LCHS Thanks Volunteers with Appreciation Party

On Thursday, January 22nd, the LCHS staff and Board of Directors hosted an appreciation party event at the 145 West Avenue building to celebrate and offer a proper thanks to our devoted and tireless volunteers. The event, which included food, drink, entertainment and a lot of wonderful visiting, was a grand success.  

Volunteers enjoy a meal at the volunteer appreciation party.

Volunteers enjoy a meal at the volunteer appreciation party.

Volunteer and historian George Italiano offered a sincere thanks to our volunteers and Board President Candace Brown made some brief announcements. Entertainment included a presentation by Richard Frost about the tragedy of the steamboat War Eagle. 

There are not words to describe how much we cherish our volunteers. Without them we would not be the organization we are.

The gallery below showcases a few candid images from this special night. If you're interested in getting involved as a volunteer with LCHS, please get in touch. We assure you ... you'll have fun!

We'll say it again ... local historical societies are kept alive by the generosity and dedication of volunteers. And, because our volunteers are the absolute best ... we want to be sure and proclaim publicly:

We love you LCHS volunteers! Thank you all so very much!