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Citizen Volunteers Inspire at Gettysburg

This week for three days, June 4 through June 6, leaders from across the country have gathered in Gettysburg for a summit to promote large scale national service, either military or civilian.  The effort is known as the Franklin Project, … Continue reading

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Leaving a Legacy: Stewardship 150

In 2011 the Gettysburg Foundation launched Stewardship 150, a program to assist the National Park Service with preservation and education projects at Gettysburg National Military Park for this and future generations. Projects will help lay the groundwork for the commemoration … Continue reading

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Volunteers Make Gettysburg Click

On the morning of June 4,   326 volunteers descended on the Gettysburg battlefield for six and a half hours and they accomplished a HUGE amount of work.  The event was Gettysburg National Military Park’s biggest volunteer event of the year:  … Continue reading

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