AHC Volunteer Committees
Help increase awareness of the AHC + promotes it’s programs
The committee welcomes volunteers with expertise in public relations, communications, graphic design, database management, direct marketing, electronic/web marketing and promotion. Call or e-mail Barbara Pierce at the AHC for more information.
The Education Committee oversees an extensive roster of programs and neighborhood tours for which the AHC is best known. Upcoming initiatives include helping with historic district nominations, offering teacher credits and publishing. Call or e-mail Val Ballestrem for more information.
The Collections/Exhibits Committee reviews and decides on acquisitions, helps catalogue the collection, and works with the Curator to plan and install exhibits. Committee members should have a background or interest in Architecture, Art History, and/or Historic Preservation. Specialized skills or knowledge of specific artifact categories is also a plus. Call or e-mail Doug Magedanz for more information.
The Fund Development Committee oversees the fundraising activities of the AHC. The committee welcomes volunteers with expertise in grant writing, donor cultivation, event planning and other fund-raising skills. Call or e-mail Holly Chamberlain for more information.
The Heritage Auction Committee works year round on this gala fund raiser held each October. The Committee, led by a volunteer Auction Chair, oversees overall planning for the event. Opportunities are also available to volunteer for subcommittees that procure auction items, sell auction and raffle tickets, create decorations, organize set-up, supervise registration, and help with the silent and oral auctions. Call or e-mail Barbara Pierce for more information.