Those Who Serve

Recently watching the PBS Series The Roosevelts has us thinking about service and those who lead us. Are we born with that drive or is it something learned. Here is a peek at one of our own political families.

The Hartley girls, Jeanne, Judy and Marcia standing with their grandparents, Roland and Nina Hartley.  Roland was the mayor of Everett and the governor of the state from 1925-1933.  His wife, Nina, was the daughter of David Clough, governor of Minnesota.

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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are

Friends of the Everett Museum – 
Join us in spreading the word, putting us on the map, and ensuring the future of our museum and its vast collection.   EMOH is a secret !  Let’s change that.
We have a golden opportunity to do all of the above every Friday afternoon at the Everett Mall through September 26th.   A tent has been loaned, we have lightweight folding tables, and tote tubs full of wonderful books by local writers about our rich Everett past.   Also a
Selection of wine glasses, mugs, and wonderful historic Everett image postcards.
To make this work, we really need your help.   Six Friday afternoons are
still ahead of us.   Please study your calendar and choose those table shifts which best 
Meet your needs and your calendar. 
Dates :
August 22 and 29September 5, 12, 19, and 26th.  
Everett Mall Farmers Market runs  3 – 7 PM.   We meet at 2pm to set up,
And we are gone by 7:30pm.  Two hour shifts are welcome, or full shifts from 3-7pm.
Two or three volunteers are necessary each shift.  Others with less time are welcome
To assist setup  at 2pm, and tear down at 7pm.
Everett Mall , near Sears and Famous Dave’s Barbecue.
Parking close by.    Choose the date that suits you best, then contact
Volunteer Coordinator Kim David with your commitment. 
Here’s her email address:
With much gratitude,
Everett Museum of History Volunteer Team



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