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Second Sunday in July
July 9th 2017
Noon to 4 pm
275 Church Rd
Medford NJ 08055
Volunteers Wanted for Dr. James Still Community Archaeology Project!
Friends of Dr. James Still,

We are excited to announce the start Year 2 of the Dr. James Still Community Archaeology Project!
HERE IS SOME IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

We are looking for full and part time volunteers (18 Years or older, unless accompanied by a parent/ guardian) to take part in the second year of excavations at the Dr. Still Historic Site. This year’s excavations will continue to explore the Victorian house that once stood on the property.

Free and open to the public.Training provided on-site.
Full-time volunteers are expected to arrive and excavate at regularly scheduled times.
Part-time volunteers can negotiate their availability.Those physically not able to excavate can help with processing artifacts in the laboratory at the Dr. James Still Historic Office and Education Center.

TO REGISTER AND FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Marc Lorenc, R.P.A.
(University of Massachusetts- Amherst)
 Email:
 MarcLorenc@gmail.com

Please forward the attached flyer to others who might be interested in volunteering.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone again real soon.
Have a great Summer!

Samuel Still
Dr. Still Historic Office and Educational Center
Mailing address
PO Box 362
Medford, NJ 08055

Physical Address
211 Church Road
Medford, NJ 08055
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Dr Still Center
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The mission of the Dr James Still Historic Site and Education Center is to preserve and interpret the legacy of Dr. James Still, known as the "Black Doctor of the Pines," and the town he called home. The site was the first African-American site purchased by the state for historic preservation and was leased to the Medford Historical Society in 2013.
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