Apr
30

Gini Robinson, Toni Alaimo, Paula Lantz and Fifi Chase

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Each day we will put one of our valued volunteers in the spotlight as a way of saying thank you! From left, American Art Museum docents Gini Robinson, Toni Alaimo, Paula Lantz and Fifi Chase on a field trip to the Visionary Arts Museum in Baltimore. (Photo courtesy of Carol Wilson) 

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Apr
29

David Gillum

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Each day we will put one of our valued volunteers in the spotlight as a way of saying thank you! David Gillum, a volunteer with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in Maryland, banding ospreys on the Patuxent River. (Photo courtesy of Karen McDonald)

Apr
28

Jan Augustine

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Each day we will put one of our valued volunteers in the spotlight as a way of saying thank you! Since 2001, Jan Augustine has worked as a “floating” Smithsonian volunteer at the Museum of Natural History, the Postal Museum, the Museum of American History and the Reynolds Center.  An inveterate traveler,… Continue reading Jan Augustine

Apr
27

Leslie Reed

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Each day we will put one of our valued volunteers in the spotlight as a way of saying thank you! Leslie Reed volunteers for a number of programs at the National Zoo. She is shown here in the Great Ape House, educating visitors about the Zoo’s primates. (Photo by Jessie Cohen)

Apr
26

Dan D.

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Each day we will put one of our valued volunteers in the spotlight as a way of saying thank you! Postal Museum volunteer Dan D. supervises the lively “colorful stamp collecting” activity at a festival for Capitol Hill families. (Photo courtesy of Erin Blasco)

Apr
25

Cindy Siegfried

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. Each day we will put one of our valued volunteers in the spotlight as a way of saying thank you! Cindy Siegfried, a volunteer with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in Maryland, conducts a Turtle and Terrapin public program. She is showing visitors a box turtle shell. (Photo courtesy of Karen… Continue reading Cindy Siegfried

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