As we face the new, and exciting year, let’s take a moment to look back at all that OCHS has accomplished in 2017. The year opened with the winding down of theBuster Kentontemporary exhibit and the introduction of Step in Time: Marching Bands of Osceola County. The exhibit opening featured a fascinating talk from retired band instructor, Larry O’Grady, and a scintillating performance from a portion of the Osceola High School drum core. OCHS was off to a great start!
Behind the scenes of the Osceola County Historical Society there are key players making sure we do a good job of keeping history alive in Osceola County. Today we are here to introduce the OCHS Marketing and Events Director, Rachel McIntee. We’ve put Rachel on the spot with a little question and answer session, giving you the inside scoop on one of our newest employees.
Let’s start at the beginning. Where did you grow up?
Well, I was born and raised in Osceola county. I even went to Osceola High School (and still have a hard time spelling kowboy without the ‘k’), so Osceola County is a big part of who I am.