April 7-13 is National Volunteer Week, a time when we are reminded to thank our volunteers, for surely the visitor experience at the Titan Missile Museum would not be the same without their selfless dedication and service. Our volunteers are the museum’s ambassadors to the world. They greet our visitors and make them feel welcome. They provide safety briefings to everyone before they go on the tour; they give all of our tours; they volunteer in the classroom to teach our visiting school groups; they work in the archive and in administration; and they help keep the missile silo clean and functioning in good order. They help the museum in so many different ways, and because of their enthusiasm, support and tireless efforts, the Titan Missile Museum is thriving. If you visit the museum this week, please take an extra moment to thank our volunteers for their service. If you’re a friend of the museum, please comment on this post and thank our volunteers. I have said this before, and I’ll say it again, the volunteers at the Titan Missile Museum are the best of the best. OUR VOLUNTEERS ROCK!!!