Here we are already in November. I hope everyone has great plans with family and friends for Thanksgiving. It’s a wonderful time of the year to enjoy and appreciate all our blessings. As the Board President I would like to let you know a little of what I’m thankful for.
I am thankful we have such wonderful and dedicated ladies Hyla Lipson, Executive Director and Kirsten O’Neil, Administrative Assistance, working at the Museum. They are both great assets and I don’t know what we would do without them.
I am thankful we have such a great group of people on the Board of Directors. Michelle O’Brien, Vice President; Kate Huckert, Secretary; Janet Moret, Treasurer; Nancy Yonally Coleman, Past President; Cal Kenney, Ron Anderson, Amy King, Laura Acosta, and our newest member Kate Bortells. This is an amazing and dynamic team of people who love the Museum and who work together and volunteer their time to insure the Museum has the brightest future possible.
I am thankful for all the volunteers who give their time and energy to greet people as they come into the Museum, who help work on fundraising events, such as Black, White, and Blues and Art in the Garden. These volunteers are so very, very important to everything the Museum does. Please make sure you thank our volunteers every chance you get.
I am thankful for our generous Donors and Contributors, without whose help our beloved Museum wouldn’t be able to have such wonderful exhibitions and events such as the 5th Grade Field Trips.
I am also thankful for our Membership, who continue to support the Museum year after year.
I am very thankful that our small community has such a great Museum.
It is such a great gathering place for lovers of Art, Music, Poetry and Learning. How lucky we are that we have been blessed with this wonderful resource that allows us all to gain friendships and connections with others who share our passions.
Thank you all for whatever it is that you give to the Museum. I hope you all have a wonderful and bountiful Thanksgiving.
Thank you for being a valuable member of the Museum.
Take Care - Pam Geye