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The Conococheague Institute Volunteers

2022 Living History Volunteer Overview

Saturday 5th February 6pm via Zoom

Welcome to History at C.I.

This Living History Overview will provide the orientation and training for our 2022 Interpretive season. For those who miss the date, it will be recorded and available as a video link.

During the session, CI's Programming Lead Jacob Davis, will present an overview of CI's Interpretive programs, historic themes we focus on, volunteer requirements, historic standards, and guides for further resources. 

The zoom link will be sent to everyone who RSVP's before Feburary 5th, along with additional documents for pre-reading.

For more information email [email protected] 

Date: 02/05/2022 (Sat.)

Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm EST

Location: Virtual

Created by:   Matthew Wedd
 
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RSVP for Living History Training (100)

 
23 of 100 slots filled
Matthew Wedd
English Immigrant Civilian. CI's Executive Director (moderating Zoom session)
Jacob Davis
I am the Historic Warden and Programming Lead at CI
Tim Ware
I'll do whatever I am able to do and I have not volunteered.
Keith Taber
Alcohol production, Hunting
Angela Taber
I eventually would love to do living history in period, but will help where needed.
Brian Engle
Muzzleloaders/shooting and taverns. I've not volunteered at CI before.
Emily Brantley
Enjoy coming out for special events!
Kori Taber
Women’s and children’s history. General volunteer wherever needed.
Tim McCown
Historic weapons safety officer/ civilian 18th century
Taylor Schmalz
I like women's history. I have not volunteered before
Scott Theurer
Just getting into living history, rearching A portrayal of John Bartram and his travels and scientific explorations
Robert Newmyer
Gardening, woodworking. New volunteer
Sharon Newmyer
Fiber arts. New volunteer
Carol Zehosky
Where needed
Betsey Lillard
VC, Hist Interpretation
Kateri Fikar
Clothing/Sewing/Food - I have 2 kids 11 & 8
Amelia Craven
Fabric dyes, have volunteered alot
Denise Ordway
Domestic arts, fiber arts, women's history. No I'm a new volunteer.
Jeff Semler
Farming and open hearth cooking. New
William Mooney
My main interpretation has been Maryland Provincial Soldier, French and Indian War, but I also do Sailor, Surgeon, and Civilian
Sandra Bloom
Not volunteered at CI before. I’m interested in gardening, cooking, heritage crafts, and the library, among others.
Sam Cathey
Period farming, cooking, race issues, politics etc
Will Royer
Persona in development. I have not vollied at CI yet.
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