New Disposal and Conex Trailer to house Recycle and Disposable broken and surplus telecommunication equipment. These items will have their FMSS, FBMS and Property records updated to be disposed and then will be picked by a recycle organization.He also continues to work as a volunteer, working with other volunteers and park staff to write stories about the battlefield history for the park’s Facebook page, doing Facebook live video interpretation work about particular battles, and creating content for the park’s YouTube channel. Moving interpretation work to social media in these times when visitor access to parks is somewhat restricted is a fantastic way to keep the public in touch with their parks. Doing this work allows Bob to meet people from all over the world and create a memorable experience that they will carry with them the rest of their lives. Bob feels very proud to be wearing the National Park Service arrowhead logo on his shirt and hat every day when he arrives at the Park. He says that the best part of the Experienced Services Program is that it has given him the opportunity to fulfill a goal he had more than 40 years ago, to contribute to the mission of his particular park and the NPS as a whole, to continue the legacy, and tell our American story in so many different ways.
So much has been de-cluttered and recycled!