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VOLUNTEERS

Katie Waldren fiddlers Edwards porch

“Never doubt that a small group of enthusiastic citizens can change the world...indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  –Margaret Mead

The magic of the Stringalong Weekend is the result of the dedication and hard work of the following volunteers, and many more, who give generously of their time to support our mission:

Annemarie Adsen, Ken Biggers, Ralph Bronner, Carroll Brown, Tom Buresh, Darlene Chiappetta, TerriLynn Doucette, Judy Figi, Amy Gavin-Zachek, Karie Greidanus, Connie Herbon, Cathie Hulder, Shirley Johnson, Paul Kamikawa, Jackie Keltner, Carolyn Kiley, Mary Kirkpatrick, Marialyce Kornkven, Mary Kruse, Paul & Linda Kucharski, Peter Lee, Christa Marlowe, Dan & Marlene Mundell, Katie O’Brien, Phyllis Peterson, Dave Rendall,  Kurt Risch, Mark Russert, Ann Schmid, Alan Shucard, Sam Sibley,Vicky Smith,  Janet Swartz, Dave Ullenberg, Bobbie Vail, Cliff Whall, Jessica Wirth, Sandy Wright, Steve Yeo, Mark Young, Emily Zachek, Tom Zachek.

The Folk Center understands that all our volunteers are different—some can help a little, others a lot. Some prefer certain times of the year, others can pitch in only at the Stringalong itself. Some enjoy working with computers and others like working with people. With this in mind, we’d like to learn more about you and your interests...

If you would like to find out more about becoming a Stringalong volunteer, please complete and send the Volunteer Form (below). You will need Microsoft Word.

Volunteer Form
Download the form (Microsoft Word document)

We greatly appreciate your help and look forward to working with you!

Ann Schmid, Director
annschmid@mac.com
414-339-3655