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Visitors to AeroKnow Museum’s ground floor office find a “Whitman’s Sampler” of resources available in the rest of AKM’s rooms upstairs. The following pictures give you an idea of what these rooms are all about . . .
What I am paid by my current employer does not allow me to pay for this room out of my pockets. That’s why I’m asking for help. The room is secure, locked. The challenge is to purchase material for shelves like those in the downstairs office. The challenge is also to find and engage volunteers to help process materials here, serve as visitor escorts and more. Before August 1 I need to recruit $500 in financial contributions from you and your friends/associates. I also need to recruit volunteer help totaling SIX HOURS before August 1st. Time will be counted after you learn and understand what needs to be done and you begin to engage the task(s). I will be delighted if some one person wants to help six hours. I will be equally delighted if six people want to help an hour per person after initial training. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to contribute some dollars, some hours or both. I will keep you updated here at this blog and at Facebook regarding how things are going. If we don’t raise $500 by August 5, I will refund your contribution or use it for other work here at AKM. The choice is yours. If we don’t recruit volunteers to contribute six hours of time, by August 1, I will buy lunch for those who helped.
I will describe my ideas for the room in future posts here. In the meantime, your feedback is welcome via comments here or Facebook messaging to Job Conger, the guy in the P-38 cockpit. Your contributions are welcome too.
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