Enter in name, address, and email, and check off any volunteer opportunities that interest you.
The McHenry County Historical Society has a wide array of volunteer opportunities available for those who are interested, including data entry, indexing, filing, leading school tours, greeting visitors and demonstrating skills such as tatting, weaving and spinning.
In addition, there are special events, exhibit work, museum maintenance, community outreach programs and much more.
For further information, please contact Nancy Roozée, our Office Manager/Volunteer Coordinator at (815) 923-2267.
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Marengo H.S. volunteers working the Cider Press at Cider Fest.
Kim French volunteers at the Gannon Log Cabin at Heritage Fair.
Beth Puchmelter volunteers by doing the garden in front of the Gannon Log cabin.
Volunteers Carol Sek, Bev Fletcher & Sandy Schweitzer at Quilt Piecing Party.
Bill Dysart works on restoration of the Pringle School floor.
Volunteer Judy Eames acts as a school marm in West Harmony School.
Patrick Turner volunteers by indexing and working on special projects in the research library.
Elizabeth Fischer volunteers by filing in the research library and being a docent.
Rita Hagenbruch volunteers by demonstrating weaving during a museum tour.
Norma Anderson volunteers by accessioning artifacts.
Volunteers working on the Tracer, the Society's newsletter.
Jack Biesterfield helping to fabricate an exhibit.
Connie Meadie & Nancy Roozee, Board members volunteer at the Bake Sale.
Eric Oberhart imputs accession records into the computer as well as designing posters.
Nancy Roozee volunteers by being treasurer of MCHS.