Articles demonstrate the value that volunteers have brought to historic preservation efforts across the nation.
Carolyn Apple of Dover worked for more than 18 months to research and process photos for the collections of the state of Delaware.
Dover High School senior worked on the installation of the re-designed garden at Woodburn, the governor’s official residence.
By Rachel Wootten, volunteer coordinator, Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs.
Agency celebrates an award-winning year.
Redesigned gardens at the governor’s Dover residence accomplished through a public/private partnership between the state of Delaware and the non-profit Friends of Woodburn.
Delaware’s 2012 Week of Service, a set on Flickr. Via Flickr: On April 15th, Governor and Mrs. Markell joined volunteers from across the First State at Belmont Hall in Smyrna, DE to kick-off the third annual Delaware Week of Service. We’ve posted some photos in a new set on our Flickr Photostream (DelawareHistory) to show […]
Special thanks to all of the volunteers for joining Governor, First Lady, and Rue Markell this afternoon at historic Belmont Hall in Smyrna to kick off Delaware’s 2012 Week of Service! More pictures to come! How are you participating in this year’s Week of Service?
By: Lindsay McNinch In September of 2011, HCA launched a new Volunteer Program. As the Volunteer Program’s first appearance on the division’s blog, I wanted to take this opportunity to showcase some of the benefits you may receive from volunteering with us. Tying in with the Division’s mission to promote Delaware’s historical legacies, HCA’s Volunteer […]