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Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteers in the Gamma Ray

Congratulations to the following volunteers!

Brad Herrington- Volunteer of the year

Brad comes every Thursday with a positive attitude that reminds of all of why we are here!  Thank you for being so dedicated to ensuring that everyone who passes through you at the Fleet has a great morning. 

Carson Timar- Intern of the year

Carson has been an awesome intern at the Tinkering Studio.  His enthusiasm and creativity will be missed now that his internship at the Fleet has ended.  We wish you the best in your new internship Carson! 

Megan Williams- Teen volunteer of the year

Megan is a great camp counselor!  The campers and educators alike love working with Megan because she makes an extra effort to become familiar with the material in order to be a better mentor to the campers.  










What is a gamma ray?

Gamma rays have the smallest wavelengths and the most energy of any wave in the electromagnetic spectrum. They are produced by the hottest and most energetic objects in the universe, such as neutron stars and pulsars, supernova explosions, and regions around black holes. The volunteers we will highlight on this page have put so much energy and so much of themselves into their service at the Fleet; we figured if we were going to shine a light on them, it had better be a really awesome light. Learn more about gamma rays.