As many of you know, the Andover Historical Society can not operate without the many dedicated and talented volunteers that contribute to every facet of the museum’s operations. The Life Long Learning Committee (LLLC) and its amazing committee members are some of those fabulous volunteers. This dynamic group goes above and beyond by committing to regular monthly meetings where they are charged with developing, monitoring, and overseeing life-long learning opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.
The group has the energy and talent that is needed to develop and produce such wonderful programs as: Andover at Work, The Magical History Tour, and numerous outreach programs at local schools.
Every month, the LLLC gathers to chat about current thoughts on educational programming, hot topics in town, or just to develop new strategies to better reach our audiences. Life Long Learning Committee members Jim Redmond, Jane Cairns, Jean Farrell, Steve Crockett, Joan Patrakis, and Susan Healey are truly exemplary volunteers who give so much to the Historical Society. To all of them, thank you!