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Profiles: Giving Time 48 National Museum of Wildlife Art | WildlifeArt.org arol Schneebeck has volunteered at the Museum for more than 15 years, mainly working on special projects in the curatorial department and in the library. “I’m a retired English teacher, so working in the library is really a good fit,” she says. Carol has always enjoyed going to natural places and remembers with fondness fishing trips with her father. This year, she and her husband, Chuck, received the Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund’s Conservation Award in recognition of their volunteer work with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation. A major achievement was coordinating (with agencies, private land owners and volunteers) the removal of more than 100 miles of barbedwire fence that, in some cases, was no longer needed and in other cases was replaced with wildlife-friendly fencing. PROFILES C arsha Wackerly is a computer scientist who worked for many years with both hardware and software before retiring to Jackson. Since 2011, she has worked “behind the scenes” at the Museum in data management, maintaining photo archives, and organizing books and periodicals. Marsha also writes the Volunteer Newsletter and coordinates the volunteer Internet site. For the past year, she has worked in the Museum library, entering newly acquired books into the Wyoming Library Catalog Database (WYLD). To celebrate her contributions to the Museum, she has been named Volunteer of the Year 2014–2015. “The volunteers are a great group of very talented people. I’m proud to be a part of the group, and I’m happy to donate my expertise to the Museum to help it be a better place for all,” she says. M A major achievement was coordinating the removal of more than 100 miles of barbed-wire fence that was no longer needed and was replaced with wildlifefriendly fencing. “The volunteers are a great group of very talented people. I’m proud to be a part of the group, and I’m happy to donate my expertise to the Museum to help it be a better place for all.” Interior shot of the National Museum of Wildlife Art


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