Time to volunteer in the New Year? Log House Museum needs you

December 30, 2012 at 5:04 pm | In How to help, West Seattle history, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

On the brink of a new year, many are looking to the future – including those who help others explore West Seattle’s past. The Log House Museum has a volunteer-training session coming up January 5th and needs “more helpers, as many as we can get!” according to museum manager Sarah Baylinson. She says that longtime volunteer Carol Vincent will lead the training at 11 am on the 5th (next Saturday), including a “brief historical tutorial” as well as the basics of being a docent. The museum’s in Alki, at 61st and Stevens.

4 Comments

  1. What type of volunteer work needs to be done? This would be a great opportunity for the residents of Nickelsville to help out the community.

    Comment by West Seattle Hipster — 6:55 pm December 30, 2012 #

  2. Is there anything an elementary school girl can do to help? I am interested in helping the Log House Museum and also in saving the Homestead Restaurant. Thank you.

    Comment by Lucy — 8:26 pm December 30, 2012 #

  3. Hello Everyone,
    We are so excited to report that we had 9 people show up for our docent training! We are looking forward to having more people and more activity in museum. If you missed this training it’s not to late we will be having another training the first Saturday in February, anyone and everyone is welcome. Thank you again to everyone interested in supporting us.

    Comment by Sarah Baylinson — 1:54 pm January 5, 2013 #

  4. Glad to hear it – same time of day for the training? – TR

    Comment by WSB — 2:29 pm January 5, 2013 #

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