Diane Angermeier Organizes Volunteers at Macungie Memorial Park
Because the Macungie Park is self-supporting, volunteers are needed for its survival, she says.
Name: Diane Angermeier
Family: Diane and her husband, John, have been married for 43 years. They have one son and two grandsons, ages 7 and 11.
Occupation: She is retired from the East Penn School District after 45 years as a secretary.
Describe what you do: “I began volunteering for events at the park about 10 years ago through our church, Solomon’s UCC. When I saw the need for more park volunteers, I became more and more involved For the past two years I organize the volunteers and check to make sure everything runs smoothly. Our volunteers are excellent workers and save the borough a lot of money.
“Anything that can be done through volunteers is done. Recent projects include work on the pool, band shell and restrooms. Some work was done by professionals, but most by park volunteers.”
How can someone get involved with this group if they want? “Just contact the park office. Macungie Park is a self-supporting park. There are very few paid employees, therefore, volunteers are needed to survive. Help of any kind is always needed, whether for one event or many events. And help is especially needed by younger people.”
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