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Twin Lights to Host Annual Volunteer Day on May 11th, 2024

The Twin Lights Historical Society will host its annual Volunteer Day on Saturday, May 11th

from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at Twin Lights State Historic Site in the South Side Auditorium.

This highly anticipated event celebrates the Society’s current volunteers for their dedication, and

provides an opportunity for individuals interested in joining as volunteers to learn more about the

Society’s missions and initiatives at Twin Lights Historic Site. This includes events like the

beloved Full Moon Climb, and site restoration projects. Most recently, the Twin Lights

Historical Society has secured funding through grants awarded by the New Jersey Historic Trust

and the New Jersey Lighthouse Society to aid in the Twin Light Historic Site’s native plants

reforestation project.

The day begins with a light breakfast, featuring a recap of the past year’s events and activities and a preview of the 2024 season. Society members will be on hand to answer questions and sign up volunteers, who typically work a weekly four-hour shift in the museum gift shop.

“The return on this modest time commitment is extraordinary,” says Twin Lights Historical Society president Jeff Tyler. “Come and ask the folks who are on the team now. Whether you enjoy interacting with the public or working in the background, I encourage you to come experience the sense of community that exists here. It’s unbeatable. ”

In addition to the information sessions, Volunteer Day offers ample time for attendees to explore the historic site, expand their knowledge and learn something new, and meet current volunteers. A lunch will be held to conclude the event.

This event is free and open to the public. For those unable to attend but interested in learning

more about the Twin Lights Historical Society and its mission at Twin Lights State Historic Site,

please visit, or connect with the Society on Facebook.


The Twin Lights Historical Society is a non-profit organization formed by volunteers in 1955.

Today, the Society partners with the New Jersey State Park Service, which owns and operates

Twin Lights State Historic Site, to share its illustrious history.

Twin Lights Historical Society

2 Lighthouse Rd.

Highlands, NJ 07732

(732) 872-1814


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