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Dear Friends,

Each year at our annual meeting, I share highlights from the past year. This year I reached out to the staff, the board and some of our volunteers for their thoughts. As our 30th anniversary year draws to a close and we look to the future, I would like to share some of these high points with you.

One of our new board members felt we have an incredibly talented, dedicated and passionate staff. They said, it was truly inspirational to watch our team in action on a day to day basis with our Museum visitors or at many of our events and programs.

A member of our staff felt the increase in educational programming and digital marketing brought both quantity and quality to each day.

Many observers felt our biggest accomplishment was our preservation work in our buildings and throughout the site. Our preservation work is one of the most tangible and visible things we are doing. 

Other staff members highlighted the improved quality of service we are providing to our visitors and the comradery and teamwork shared among the staff and volunteers. In 2017 we hosted over 6,000 visitors.

Over these last few years, we have worked to lay a solid foundation for the future through our dedicated staff, our exceptional programming, our continued preservation work and the high-quality experience we offer our visitors. We appreciate the many ways people support the Museum’s efforts, including our Annual Appeal. Without your support, we would not be able to continue sharing the very special history of the Enfield Shaker Village.

Please take a minute to submit your donation today. If you are donating to the United Way, you can earmark a portion of your donation to us.

Sincerely,

Dolores C. Struckhoff
Executive Director


Enfield Shaker Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational institution dedicated to interpreting and preserving the complex history of the Enfield Shaker Village and the Missionaries of La Salette.