National Volunteer Week: Our Contributors

A magazine just can’t happen by itself. Well, I suppose it could happen with just me, but it really wouldn’t be nearly as interesting. It would look a little something like this:

Table of Contents
These Days at Them Days – Aimee Chaulk…………………….2
The Time I Ran Over My Best Friend At Toboggan Hill – Aimee Chaulk……4
My First Day at Them Days – Aimee Chaulk……………………..7
What I Ate For Supper – Aimee Chaulk…………………………..10
Labrador Gallery: Aimee and her Crackie Dog Chance……………32
The Day We Couldn’t Find Lobstick – Aimee Chaulk……………….37
Fishing at Lobstick – Aimee Chaulk……………………………………40
The Pike That Wouldn’t Die – Aimee Chaulk…………………………….53
Then & Now: Aimee Chaulk………………………………………….64

…you get the idea.

All of our contributors are unpaid. That includes the people we interview and the people who do the interviews for us (unless, of course, they are employees of Them Days). So when I say that this organization counts on volunteers, that the magazine is built on the shoulders of its volunteers, believe me, it is.

We have contributors who write their own memories to share in the magazine. We have contributors who dig cool things out of archives and write about them and send them in. We have contributors who will take a tape recorder with them on a trip and record a story about Labrador and send it in. We have volunteers who will translate into English from Inuttitut and vice-versa. They have all made Them Days what it is, and for that, this editor is truly thankful. THANK YOU!

Aimee

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