Volunteers

Volunteers

The Palatine Historical Society is always looking for talented people who are willing to donate time for projects, fundraisers and events that we schedule throughout the year.

Most of the people who volunteer are dedicated, generous and interested in preserving Palatine history. The Historical Society could not function without these gifted people. Everybody has a special talent. Maybe your talent is organizing, you could help out with the library indexing pictures, cards and letters. Maybe you enjoy talking to people, you might be able to help with oral interviews. Our museum is always looking for people to help with tours on the weekends. If you are an actor, you would love our cemetery walk where we have actors portray people who are buried at Hillside Cemetery. If you have helped in the past and are looking to get involved again we would love to see you. If this is your first time, please come down to the museum, walk around and get involved.

Thank you

Joe Petykowski

President

Volunteer Alice Rosenberg

April Tea Volunteers

Volunteers Build the 4th of July Float

Preparing and Serving Tea

Tea Volunteers Always Needed

Volunteer Brad Simms

Volunteers at the Open House

Clayson House Ice Cream Social

Quilters

Donna Kavanaugh Volunteering 2001

Making Sandwiches 1997

Wonderful Greeters: Amanda Stanczuk and Jillian Landeck

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Carol Berry

Carol Berry

IN MEMORIAM

Carol Berry, a volunteer of the Palatine Historical Society for many, many years, passed away on June 6th at Northwest Community Hospital.  She held a few different board positions as well as helping out with any project or event that needed help.   She helped decorate the museum for Christmas and put in a lot of hours working at the teas, among other things.  In addition she was active in her church, belonged to a book club and liked to travel,  She baked lots and lots of cookies and made soup for friends who were not well.  Carol, we already miss you!

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