Volunteers Lauded for Efforts
Author: Doris Milliman
The responses to the annual clean-up day in March brought the good workers, Billie Zolkosky and Bill Ealy who did a fine job. When it came time to set out the Petunias along the curb, the same two loyal Society members did that, too. Their efforts are appreciated.
While writing about the Museum yard, we hope you notice the professional work that is being done each week by Lois and Roger Katon when they mow the grass, do the edging and the raking. Roger also trimmed and shaped all the bushes in front of the house. This all adds to the attractiveness of our Museum and we heartily thank Lois and Roger.
A note of thanks goes also to Bill Zolkosky who is always available to do those little, but important jobs for which he has the ability and which he does so well.
Many others give of their time and effort: Those who helped with Mayor's Exchange Day when we hosted the Mayor from Wyoming and his entourage, the arranging of exhibits, the general upkeep of the house, the scheduling of group visits, the many docents who give of their time and talent, those who are organizing the clothing collection, the care of the plants in the solarium and all of the other duties connected with the Museum. The Ypsilanti Historical Society members are grateful for all of these dedicated people.