GA Trust Spring Ramble Visits Thomasville
ABOUT THE RAMBLE
Georgia Trust Rambles feature exclusive tours and social events in historic properties not usually open to the public. Tours of historic homes and buildings are self-guided, and guests provide their own transportation. Maps and programs are provided at packet pick-up. These trips attract hundreds of participants per Ramble and are offered two weekends each year (fall and spring). Thomasville is hosting the 2019 Spring Ramble April 12-14 and we need your help!
Greeter: A Greeter will be stationed at the entry of each home and will monitor the entry and exit of guests. Greeters will act as each home’s host and must be must be welcoming, friendly, and hospitable. Greeters should be comfortable interacting with the public, providing guidance on Ramble destinations and promoting Thomasville’s attractions.
Docent: Docents will be stationed throughout the homes and available to answer questions about the house and community. Docents must be welcoming, friendly, and hospitable.
Sales/Registration: Volunteers will be responsible for completing sales transactions so they must be comfortable handling money. Technology skills are a plus for operating payment processing software!
Behind the Scenes: Help us keep the Ramble running smoothly! Behind the Scenes helpers must be able to lift or carry heavy items (like cases of water and tables) and willing to move between locations.
Thomasville Landmarks & the Thomasville History Center are teaming up to coordinate the many volunteers needed to help make this event a success. Volunteers can request a location but final assignments will be at the discretion of the volunteer coordinators.
Dates to Know:
Volunteer applications will continue to be accepted until late March.
Volunteer Training: March 21, 6-8pm or March 26, 2-4pm. Both trainings will be held at the Thomasville History Center. Volunteers are encouraged to attend one training that best fits your schedule to receive information about your assigned task, location, and the Ramble in general. If you are unable to attend a training, we are happy to speak with you individually at your convenience.
Volunteers working at Pebble Hill on 4/14, your primary contact will be Lori Curtis.
Thomasville Landmarks Contact: Sophia Latz
Thomasville History Center Contact: Amelia Gallo
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