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Welcome – or welcome back – to park’s new full-timers

A couple of familiar faces will be with us more often at Historic Yates Mill County Park. YMA is pleased to join the park’s leadership in welcoming Jennifer Miller and Amy Dombrowski to new full-time positions as Park Technicians-Programming for both Historic Yates Mill County Park and Crowder District Park.

Jennifer Miller

Jennifer, who has been coordinating tours and other volunteer activities as a part-time employee, will continue to lead that program. From her base at Yates Mill, she’ll also help with the event and program planning and implementation, provide visitor services, and assist with the daily park operations.

Jennifer is from San Diego and holds a BA in History from California State University San Marcos. She just completed her Masters Degree in Public History at N.C. State University. As part of her Masters degree, she completed internships at Bentonville Battlefield and Bennett Place State Historic Site.

Amy Dombrowski

Amy will be based at Crowder District Park and will lead environmental education and event planning efforts at Crowder as well as providing natural resource management, visitor services and assisting with the daily operations at Crowder. She will also assist with programming efforts at Yates Mill.

Amy, an Apex native, holds a BS in Animal Science from Clemson University and a Masters Degree in Natural Resources from N.C. State University. She is currently working on her Environmental Education Certification.

Congratulations to Amy and Jennifer! Be sure to stop by the parks’ offices to say hello.

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