White Spring Ranch Intl Women's Day Project (CCE Transportation Provided)
Organizational Information: White Spring Ranch is a Century Farm & National Historical site along Hwy. 95. The Farm house is a Museum of 130 years of artifacts saved by the Lorang family, many of whom were historians and photographers,and who also journaled life in the Palouse area for over 130 years. Discover true stories of the turn of the last century, WWI, Roaring Twenties, Depression, the New Deal, WWII, Space Race, Civil Rights, Cold War, through early magazines, newspapers, letters, postcards, pamphlets, books, comics, receipts and wonderful photographs. This setting is a beautiful spot for picnics in warm weather or photographs year round.
Opportunity Description:Student volunteers will assist with the restoration and archiving of articles related to Women's Civil Rights and other movements in that era.
Days/Times:Transportation will be provided. Please meet at CUB L45 at 12:30 PM to meet with your group. We plan to return to campus around 3:30 PM.
Requirements: Service hours are allocated based on amount of direct service participation and do not include meeting time and transportation to/from site. Students may receive up to 2.5 hours of service.Please dress appropriately for possibly working outdoors, warm clothing and closed toed required.
The CCE strives to sponsor activities that are accessible to all students. If you need accommodations to fully access the activities offered through the Center for Civic Engagement, please contact Jessica Perone, Community Programs Coordinator, at 509-335-4609 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the activity.