Spend Your Day of Service Cleaning the Hornet

On Monday, Jan. 15, The USS Hornet Museum is holding a special day of service onboard the ship for Martin Luther King Day. The museum invites members of the community, local students, businesses and other landlubbers ages 8 and older to come aboard for a covert mission affectionately called Operation Deep Clean. Participants will swab the decks and dust exhibits to get the Hornet shipshape with a deep spring cleaning.

The mission will run 9 a.m. to noon with an 8:30 a.m. arrival and check in time. The first 50 people to register will get a free boxed lunch. Lunch will also be available for purchase, so the more the merrier! Afterwards, admission to the museum is free to all volunteers for the rest of the afternoon so they can tour and explore the museum as a special “thank you” for participating in Operation Deep Clean. Community service hours will be approved for all those needing them. Please bring any forms needed for signatures. Visit usshornet.org for more information.

The Hornet will make this fulfilling service opportunity a fun and exciting event full of community spirit.

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