Enid News & Eagle
New volunteer orientation at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center will be Wednesday.
The session will be 2-4 p.m. in the Heritage Center conference room, 507 S. 4th.
The Heritage Center is looking for enthusiastic people who enjoy helping others and have a passion for history, said Andi Holland, director.
“There are a variety of fun and meaningful volunteer opportunities to choose from,” she said. “At the present time, there is a special need for volunteers interested in working at the information desk and as weekend tour guides.”
Volunteers normally work one morning or afternoon shift per week. Shifts are available on weekdays and on weekends. Volunteer orientation provides an inside look at what being a member of the Heritage Center team is about before making a decision. Following orientation, individuals will complete an interview process, including a background check.
For information on becoming a Heritage Center volunteer, call Holland at (580) 237-1907, extension 223, or email email@example.com.