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Remuda Volunteer

"Catch the Jackass" by Gordon Snydow

"Catch the Jackass"
by Gordon Snidow

re•mu•da [ruh-moo-duh]
a group of saddle horses from which ranch hands choose mounts for the day

Official Hosts and Hostesses to one of the premiere
Western Art Museums in the United States.
Won't you join us?

Our Remuda Volunteer organization plays an important role in every aspect of Museum operations. Our primary areas where we seek volunteers are:

Admissions  Admissions volunteers welcome visitors, tally admissions and keep track of the number of guests during the day.

Docents  Our friendly docents welcome guests and tour groups to the main gallery and briefly explain basic facts about the Museum and current exhibits.

Store  Store volunteers chat with guests from all over the nation and the world. They also ring up purchases and assist in finding items of special interest.

Librarians  Our dedicated librarians provide research for educational projects and catalog books and periodicals.

These are only a few of the areas where volunteers are needed at the Museum.  Aside from the satisfaction of a job well done, Remuda Volunteers receive other benefits. Special educational outings are coordinated for those volunteer members who are interested in participating, along with the annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. The Museum awards service pins based on annual hours worked, and awards a very special gift to the Volunteer of the Year.  Volunteers receive a discount on their store purchases, and those who participate in Museum sponsored art workshops may also apply their discount toward tuition fees. 

If you live in the Kerrville area, like people, would enjoy working in a beautiful environment, and would be willing to assist the Museum for four hours a week, please contact the Museum office at (830) 896-2553. 

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