First to 1,000
In my job as curator of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, usually when I’m talking about the first to 1,000, it involves statistics. For instance, most times I’m talking about how Chicago Bears rookie running back Beattie Feathers became the National Football League’s first 1,000-yard rusher in 1934.
But, today, I’m pleased to share news about another “1,000” milestone. I oversee the Hall of Fame’s volunteer program and am proud to announce that we recently had our first volunteer to record 1,000 hours of service to the museum.
I offer my sincere congratulations to Dan Thatcher who is our “Beattie Feathers” of the volunteer program.
You can read about Dan’s great accomplishment. Story>>>
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