Richard Moe, National Trust for Historic Preservation
...to attend our monthly meetings. We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month at Brooksville City Hall Council Chambers, located at 201 Howell Avenue. Meetings start at 6 pm. Guest speakers start at 7 pm.
...to get involved. As an all-volunteer organization, we can't function without you. Become a member. See our guest speakers. Learn about local history
... to get excited about history!
Archaeology: Vacant, Chair
Archaeological Site Identification & Preservation
Cemetery Documentation & Preservation
Hope Hill Archaeological Site
Historic Architecture: Jo-Anne Peck, Chair
Historical Signage & Plaques: Deborah Charlow, Chair
Florida State Markers
Outreach: Vickie Jimmerson, Chair
Coordination with other organizations
Oh Humble volunteer, where can you be,
Selling hot dogs in the shade of a tree?
Perhaps attending a lecture at City Hall,
How can you possibly juggle it all?
There were rumors that you were seen at the Raid,
Handing out leaflets in the afternoon shade.
Baking cookies, or driving a tram,
Giving home tours, Looking 1800’s glam.
Setting up tables, as well as large tents,
Wrestling with brochures, not making a cent.
Why do you do it, why work so hard?
Is it for a framed certificate or ‘thank you” card?
Why teach history to those who don’t care?
It’s something that drives you to make them aware.
It’s not about money or fame or being smart,
It’s about reaching someone straight from you heart.
So when you see all over town,
Teaching & working, never being down,
We’ll point and say, “honey look over there,”
There goes Hernando’s Best Volunteer.
-Written by MARY MOSES