Participants in MayDay 2015

Please tell us how you plan to spread the word or participate at some level in MayDay 2015 activities by posting a note below or sending an email to Thanks for helping to save our archives!

  • Greene County (Ohio) Records Center and Archives 
  • Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Maine State Archives: Showing on continuous loop on MayDay, in the conference room at the Archives, is the film Field Guide to Emergency Response. This film has segments pertaining to water, mold, mud, bleeding dyes, corrosion, soot and ash, broken objects, pests and hazardous materials. The film was produced by Heritage Preservation in support of the Heritage Emergency National Task Force and was made possible by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The public is welcome to drop-in to view part or all of this educational film. [photo 1photo 2]
  • Georgetown County Library (South Carolina) plans to review and modify the current disaster plan and will continue with a second meeting to inform other branch managers of important policies and procedures. "This is our first MayDay but living on the coast of SC, we can’t ever be too prepared!"
  • National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio. Disaster Response Team (DRT) Chair Lonna McKinley reports that this year the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force's DRT is preparing and distributing two different wallet-size cards:  phone tree cards for DRT members and disaster information cards for all staff.  The disaster information cards include contact information for DRT members in case of an incident.