Three volunteers presented with keys to museum

Volunteers at the Aviation Museum of N.H. attend this year’s ‘Volunteer Appreciation Barbecue’ on Thursday, May 16.

Three Aviation Museum volunteers were recently recognized for service above and beyond the call of duty.

Glenda Fischer, Steve Heffelfinger, and Chris Lippincott were each presented a “Key to the Museum” by the Aviation Museum’s board of directors.

The keys were presented at the Aviation Museum’s annual ‘Volunteer Appreciate Barbecue,’ held on Thursday, May 16 at the Aviation Museum.

Glenda Fischer accepts her ‘Key to the Aviation Museum’ from Bob DiMeo, president of the Aviation Museum’s board of directors.

“Volunteers are key to the Aviation Museum’s success,” said Bob DiMeo, president of the board of directors. “In recognition of that, we present these keys to the museum to volunteers who give tirelessly of their time and talent all year long.”

Chris Lippincott (right) accepts his Key to the Museum from long-time volunteer Tom Maxwell.
Volunteer Steve Heffelfinger is presented his Key to the Aviation Museum from Associate Director Leah Dearborn.

All volunteers present at the event were awarded certificates celebrating their unique and individual contributions.

The Aviation Museum of N.H., a 501(c)3 non-profit, has about 80 active volunteers who greet the public, give tours, participate in education programs, operate the museum’s archive, collection, and library, and perform a wide range of other tasks.

Interested in volunteering at the Aviation Museum of N.H.? You’re invited attend our next open house, which is on Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. at the Aviation Museum.

For more information, visit our Volunteers page.

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