Museum welcomes volunteers
The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, 27 Navigator Road, welcomes those who may want to learn more about volunteering at the museum.
The museum, based in the 1937 art deco passenger terminal at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, is dedicated to preserving the state's rich aviation past and also inspiring today's students to become the aerospace pioneers of tomorrow.
Volunteers can learn all about helping with the museum's IT systems, or support and help manage the museum's Elite Flight Simulator. Others can support the museum's student plane-build partnership with the Manchester School of Technology.
Volunteers are also needed to help with museum events like the annual car show, fundraising gala and more.
Jeff Rapsis, museum executive director, said the museum depends on its volunteers for a lot of support.
"As a side benefit, volunteers become part of a family that can lead to new friendships and opportunities," Rapsis said.
Anyone interested in learning more can contact the museum at 603-669-4820 or visit aviationmuseumofnh.org.