The Hutchinson County Historical Museum welcomes a new volunteer.
Sandra Hilbert is the newest volunteer at the museum.
Hilbert has been a part of the museum for many years and is now working at the front desk greeting visitors and helping to label artifacts on Mondays.
Born and raised in Borger, Sandra, her husband Harvey, their son Mark and daughter Christy were all born at North Plains Hospital in July.
Hilbert grew up in Borger and her husband grew up in Phillips. They met at Frank Phillips College, where she later graduated from and serves on the Board of Regents.
She and Harvey owned H&H Printing, Etc. for 25 years, retiring in 2008 when they sold the business to Shawnda Molinar. While they were in business, Hilbert was active with the Borger Chamber of Commerce and served on the Board of Directors.
After the couple retired, they began traveling around the world, from Alaska to New Zealand, to Germany to St. Petersburg, Munich, Ireland, Scotland and many points in between, meeting many different people and making new friends.
â€śSandra brings her love of the community, a lifetime of service and a warm smile that museum visitors really enjoy,â€ť says Lynn Hopkins, Museum Administrator.
Sandra has been a long time civic leader, volunteering on boards for the Borger area trying to improve life for citizens.
She was involved in the early days of the museum and served on the historical commission.
Come visit Hilbert at the Hutchinson County Museum â€“ open Monday through Saturday.