Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Volunteer of the Month: Lily Van Osdol

For the past two years, Lily Van Osdol has been a helpful and delightful asset as one of the volunteers at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. She has assisted with several museum events, including the 75th Anniversary, where she helped paint pillars for our exhibit; the Epagomenal Festival, where she assisted with public booths and children’s activities; as well as many outreach events where she has aided in promoting the Museum in our community. She also assists with our Cooking and Armband Workshop on Saturdays. In her spare time, you’ll usually find her playing the ancient Egyptian game Sent with some guests. Lily began volunteering for the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum because of her great interest in history and ancient cultures. Her favorite part of the Museum is our Mesopotamia Room, located in the Daily Life Gallery (B) in the Museum, where she enjoys exploring the ancient cultures of the Near East. We have been very fortunate to have Lily as a volunteer here at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum as her positive and hard working nature have added a delightful experience for both the Museum and its guests.

If you are interesting in becoming a volunteer at Rosicrucian Park, please call (408) 947.3683 or email:


javier said...

Lily I think it's great that you do so much as a volunteer. I feel that there is no greater way to show one's appretiation for our past than to devote unselfishly your time so that others can better understand and enjoy the jewel we call Egypt. from

Gilberto. said...
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Gilberto. said...

"One sows what they reap"- one of the secrets least practiced in society. May many blessing overwhelm you. Your beauty in helping others shines far beyond your picture. Mote it be!

The Rev. G

2167a said...

bons fluidos saber que as pessoas conseguem tempo para voluntariar ainda hoje ...principalmente com a Ordem..obrigado por isso ..

Steven Armstrong said...

Dear Lily,

Thank you for your dedication and your volunteer service at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. Your work is very much appreciated!

Thank you,

Steven Armstrong

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