Meet the Plainsman staff
Megan Sharp has been the director of the Plainsman since June of 2004. She is still considered a newcomer to this wonderful community. Her enthusiasm and dedication to her volunteers make the museum a great place to visit. She will always find time to make a visitor feel at home.
Tina Larsen is the assistant director. She has 15 years of experience with the Plainsman Museum and is an invaluable asset to the organization.
With over 45 Hamilton County citizens donating their time and talents, the Plainsman Volunteers are the backbone of the Museum. These dedicated individuals do everything from Agricultural Building Hosts to Zinnia Planting! A few of the museum's 45 volunteers, seen above, were on their way to the Aurora town celebration parade. The Volunteers' float won 1st prize in the organizational division. Volunteers put in over 75 hours of work preparing the float for the parade. This was just one of the many projects that volunteers work on throughout the year.