Tacoma museum seeks volunteers

May 10, 2017 by  

Tacoma’s Job Carr Cabin Museum is seeking volunteers to assist with its different programming and other areas as well, and it is hoping the public will be willing to lend a helping hand.

In an effort to provide people with information about the museum and the different positions available for volunteers, it will be hosting an open house and brown bag lunch. Those who attend will be given a free tour of the institution where they can learn more about the area’s history, and this will be followed by a presentation that will outline the important roles it has available for members of the public to fill.

Anyone who is interested in finding out more about becoming a volunteer at the museum is welcome to bring along their lunch to eat while they learn, and dessert will be served. All ages are welcome to attend, and according to the facility, it is looking for people of all different skill levels and interests. Custom T-shirts and other items for use by those who give their time to help out at a museum such as this can be supplied by a print company.

The open house and brown bag lunch will be held on May 20 in the Job Carr Museum. Those who plan on taking part or who have requests for additional information are asked to contact hstewart@jobcarrmuseum.org.

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