Wrapping Up "Shell and Tell"
As the National Shell Museum reaches the crucial stage of its post-Hurricane Ian reconstruction period and once again closes its doors to the visiting public, time has come to thank the volunteers that staffed the Shell and Tell presentation on the second floor of the Museum. Starting last February 1st, when the Museum reopened temporarily, Kathy Kenley, Linda Kramer, Angela Marsland, Ann Moeder, brothers Cabe and Holt Rieck, and Karen Turner took turns bringing the program to fruition with dedication and passion. Shell and Tell was conceived to introduce the natural history of mollusks to visitors of all ages, using attractive shells from the Museum collection. Thanks to all who ran the program, we’ll do it again soon!