Volunteer Staff Member @ The Historic Trust - Marshall House
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The Marshall House is located on Officer's Row and was built in 1886 as the quarters for the Post Commander. This house was named for the first Five-Star General George C. Marshall who served as the commander of Vancouver Barracks from 1936 - 1938. This elegant Queen Anne Victorian style home is available for public tours as well as for private special events. Volunteers are currently needed to greet visitors, give tours around the main floor of this historic building, answer the phone, and decorate the house for different seasons.
The Marshall House is open to the public Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. unless a private event reserves the building for their use. Volunteers are scheduled depending on their availability. Typically, shifts are mornings 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or afternoons from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. once a week depending on demands.
Assigned things you might do on your shift here at the MH
- Direct people as they come to meet with tenants upstairs by offering directions.
- Answer the telephone
- Take a walk around the out-side exterior of the building to make sure that there is no litter or debris on the grounds at the beginning of your shift.
- Check restrooms and Windex any mirrors (if dirty) or remove any mess or garbage if the can is over-flowing.
- Make sure all fingerprints are removed from windows/doors, or display cases/bookcases.
- Make sure the Patio chairs are clean and all chairs and tables are pushed in and look neat and tidy. Use a damp towel to wipe off all cob-webs and any dirt/water marks from chair and table legs and underneath the table tops.
- Check all Chandeliers from burned out bulbs and report to Manager as needed.
Interested in this opportunity? Please contact 360-693-3103 TIM.MEAGHER@THEHISTORICTRUST.ORG
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