Mennonite Heritage and
MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS WE LOVE and NEED
4-H kids made quick work of a lot of leaves April 22, 2019
Volunteers Sara H. and Joyce W. make New Years cookies for Threshing Days Aug. 2017
Janett W. volunteer's to keep the museum flower beds under control 2017
Goessel 4-H Service Day in April 2017. Members volunteered to help get grounds ready for summer at the Museum.
The Goessel area has received alot of rain this summer. We owe a debt of gratitude to the volunteer crew that keeps the Museum grounds looking well kept.
Mowing Crew :
In the month of July, John Janzen took on the big project to scrape and paint the South Bloomfield one-room school house.
The Museum can only survive if we have volunteers to help. " Thank You John ! ! ! " And " Thank You " to any others that lent a hand here and there for this project.
John Janzen (Museum board member) seen painting during the month of July 2016
Aileen does the food coordinating for most of the events at the Museum
January's Museum Annual meeting faspa food and food for other planned faspas during the year
Biking Across Kansas baked potato bar supper (this was an enormous job planning for a possible 300 meals)
Car Show food
Wednesday Pizza Night at the churches - workers and food
Country Threshing Days (plans food, finds and coordinates workers)
And if that isn't enough - she cleans up after all these events
Plus : Aileen is the Museum Treasurer
(this is not a volunteer position)
For all that you do for the Museum, we want to say "Thank you, Aileen".
Anna Beth Birky
Thank you, Anna Beth, so very much, for all the work you do that is seen and unseen at the Museum.
Nelson Voth has many talents
Museum Board member for several years
Country Threshing Days set up, frying verenika for Low-German meal at Elementry School, and Threshing Days clean up
Ground maintenance, such as leveling the parking lot and has made framework for new Museum signs
Any Museum event sound hook up
Museum web site
Any Museum work day projects
Museum pizza night at the Alexanderwohl and Tabor Churches
A real musical treat is had when he brings out the harmonica
For all that you do for the Museum, we want to say "Thank you, Nelson".
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and Agricultural Museum
Created by Fern Bartel nee Schmidt