Monday, August 9, 2010

Corn Festival

We had a fun opening on Saturday for the Corn Festival. April Baxter, Dorothy Knox, and the great volunteers who came by and gave their time for your viewing pleasure did a wonderful job welcoming visitors.

We would especially like to thank Alison Burnett, our intern this year, for all the incredibly long hours she has donated working together with us on the exhibits. A HUGE thank you for your always-cheery disposition, your endless energy, and especially for coming back day after day after day as we worked hard to get projects done. We want to wish you all sorts of good times in San Francisco this Fall when you start on your master's degree in Museum Studies. In the meantime... we hope to see you back in the Main Room for a few more weeks...

A big 'Thank You' to the members of the Boys and Girls Club of La Habra who also donated time and energy to putting labels on our cans in the General Store. You were a big help and we hope you got to stop by and see the beautiful results of your labor.

The truth is that it takes many, many people many, many hours, to make a museum come together successfully. Thanks to everyone who has contributed, in so many different ways, to making our museum the best it can be.

Hope you can all join us for our Grand Opening in October when we will be featuring an extra special exhibit!

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