Where Would We Be Without Our Volunteers?

Every year we are in awe at the hard work of our Keepers of the Patos Light volunteers. From docents who open the lighthouse,to day trippers who clear the trails and clean the beaches, (among other things), we would not be able to function without them. And let us not forget members of Keepers as well. We do all of the above in addition to producing newsletters, writing grants, newspaper articles and, yes, this Blog!

Right now, we are looking for more summer Docent volunteers and KOPL Board members. Drop us a line or give us a call if you are interested.   360-468-3518    patoslightkeepers@hotmail.com

Erin, Christina and Linda at the lighthouse door

Erin, Christina and Linda at the lighthouse door

Erin, Christina and Steve (State Parks Ranger)

Erin, Christina and Steve (State Parks Ranger)

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Docent Kyra and Rose welcome lighthouse visitors

Docent Kyra and Rose welcome lighthouse visitors

Docents explain a map of the area

Docents explain a map of the area

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Docents leaving for Patos Island

Docents leaving for Patos Island

Super Docent Barb talks to a visiting family

Super Docent Barb talks to a visiting family

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Leaving from Minnie's Beach, Active Cove

Leaving from Minnie’s Beach, Active Cove

Come one, come all!

Come one, come all!

New docents, Barb abd Buzz, watch porpoises off the bow of the Sea Bass.

New docents, Barb abd Buzz, watch porpoises off the bow of the Sea Bass.

Pat & Pete in their KOPL life Jackets

Pat & Pete in their KOPL life Jackets

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