Good morning Alumni!
We have had a volunteer opportunity arise at the old 911 building on Uhland. They are in the process of moving Margaret to ‘temporary housing’ until the old building can be cleaned up and restored.
The duty at hand is to disassemble, move, and reassemble metal shelving units to her temporary quarters; this will enable her to move out methodically as the shelving units would be in place prior to moving contents from her current office. If you know how to use a screwdriver and can operate a dolly; this task is for you! (I put one of these shelving units together and if I could do it, anyone can do it…and I’m certain it would take someone else much less time doing so 😉 I would say that for me, it took a bit longer because I was by myself and it was somewhat cumbersome to balance; however, not impossible and it’s still standing so that’s a good thing! May make it easier to have two people; it would certainly take less time. I’m glad there weren’t surveillance cameras or I’d be all over America’s Funniest Home Videos 😉
Margaret will place markers where the shelving is to be set up at the new location. There are quite a few shelves; if you have a couple of hours to spare, your assistance would be greatly appreciated!
Please let me know ASAP if you would be able to assist (Margaret is there from 8-4 M-F – the only day she won’t be available is Wednesday, Sept. 1st; any other day beginning today she will be available).
Cathy Gieselman, President
HCCSA Alumni Association
Phone: (512) 944-5569