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Baker: Volunteerism made country great

September 10, 2012

Photo by Victoria Stanish - Sandra Baker, volunteer program director at the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, said the long history of volunteerism in America is what has made the country great.

MT. ZION - At last week’s dedication of the Bucktail Civil War monument, Sandra Baker, volunteer program director at the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, said she was there to make “connections.”
“And the way that human beings do that is by swapping their stories. We need you. We need your stories,” Baker said.
She said the Heinz History Center is the largest history museum in Pennsylvania, and the oldest volunteer organization in Pittsburgh.

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