Sunday, January 25, 2015
Spotlight Volunteer--Sandra Henrie
This week we would like to spotlight one of our dedicated volunteers, Sandra Henrie. Sandra was born in the old Provo Hospital, todays Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. She said she thought she was a normal child growing up. She stated that due to her father’s work her family moved every few years to a new city so she said she is from everywhere.
When she was a Junior attending high school in Panguitch, she met Don Henrie who would later become her husband. During her senior year, the family moved to Pleasant Grove and she graduated from Pleasant Grove High School in 1967.
Sandra and Don were married in December of 1967. They are the parents of four daughters and they had ten grandchildren. They lost two of their grandchildren so they new have eight living wonderful grandchildren left.
Sandra loves doing crafts in her spare time. She loves to sew and do embroidery. She also likes doing plastic canvas articles.
Sandra loves the association with the great volunteers she associates with every Tuesday afternoon at the Peteetneet. She enjoys the visitors and guiding the tours through the building. She said even though she is not a Payson native, she has grown to love the city and the historical items in the museum that are related to Payson and the surrounding area.
We really appreciate Sandra sharing her time and talents at the Peteetneet. Without the great volunteers like Sandra, the museum would not be able to operate.