April Brochure Distribution Do you enjoy the scenery of the tri-state area? Do you like to visit other communities around the region? Then we have the gig for you! The Museums and the Platteville Community Arboretum are looking for one or more volunteers to help deliver our brochures to various venues in the tri-state area in Benton, Monroe, Dubuque, Galena, Darlington, Mount Horeb, Spring Green, Prairie du Chien, Viroqua, La Crosse, and many other communities. ( Check out the distribution list at the link below.) We would like brochures delivered in the month of April. Mileage is reimbursed at the IRS charitable organization rate of $0.14 per miles. If you are interested in helping deliver brochures, please call (608) 348-3301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Distribution List Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d7ePWGraHDUJRKyZPjWL-eS-5WrbxXpF/view?usp=sharing
About THE MINING & ROLLO JAMISION MUSEUMS - Friends of the Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums
405 E Main St., PO BOX 780, Platteville, WI 53818, US
The mission of The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums is to continue in the pursuit of excellence in the areas of regional and mining history. To achieve that purpose, the museums are commissioned to be a custodian of the past; to interpret the rich lead and zinc mining heritage of the region, as well as to preserve, interpret, and display the artifacts that define Southwest Wisconsin.
The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums are located on Main Street in Platteville, Wisconsin, in the heart of the historic Upper Mississippi Valley lead-zinc mining region. The Museums trace the development of culture in southwestern Wisconsin's Driftless Area starting with mineral mining, rural life, and the establishment of community. Galleries display fascinating and nostalgic models, dioramas, artifacts and photographs interpreting stories and music of home, school, farm and civic life in the Platteville region. Visitors tour exhibits of local history and mining, go underground and tour the 1845 Bevans Mine, and ride our 1931 mining train through the museum campus.