Gettysburg National Military Park Honors Employees
Contact: Katie Lawhon, (717) 334-1124
Gettysburg National Military Park recently recognized three individuals with incentive awards. Chris Gwinn, acting supervisory park ranger, was recognized for planning interpretive programs for the 151stbattle anniversary. Matt Housch, park volunteer, received an award for filming the park’s summer programs and putting them online. Jim Flook, park ranger/interpreter, was recognized for assisting in multiple projects and boosting morale. Ed W. Clark,Gettysburg National Military Park superintendent, presented the awards at a parkwide staff meeting earlier this month.
Did You Know?
The tiny home of widow Lydia Leister was used by Union General George G. Meade for his headquarters during the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.