Volunteers ROCK!

Volunteer-in-trainingA HUGE Thank You to all of the volunteers for your help in making the 2012 Lincoln Arts Festival a huge success!  Over 50 volunteers helped to make this year's festival run smooth like butter! It was a fun and busy weekend and from all of the feedback we have received it was mostly with respect to the volunteers that made the weekend so enjoyable, not only for the public but for the artists. From the SetUp/TearDown crew, who used their strong muscles to set up and tear down tents and move totes to and fro, to the Boothsitters, who were willing and ready to give the artists a break from their booths at any point in time, to those of you who were being bombarded by kids ready to get creative in the kids tent....You all did a wonderful job!!! We love our volunteers and are grateful that you were willing to donate your time, with smiles on your faces, to help out with the Lincoln Arts Festival.

Thanks again you for your time.


To those of you who now realize that you missed out on the volunteering opportunity of a lifetime....No worries there is always next year! To be added to the list of names to contact for Lincoln Arts Council volunteer opportunities please email your contact information to the recruiter and coordinator of volunteers, the Lincoln Arts Council AmeriCorps member, Mollie Magnuson, at mollie@artscene.org.


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