MHS Volunteers

 A few of our loyal volunteers

Community spirit and a belief in what’s possible were the ingredients needed to revive a dilapidated old country schoohouse back in 1999. That’s exactly what brought the Missouri Heights Schoolhouse back to life.

People who care and who understand the importance of preserving the mesa’s farming and ranching history send a powerful message to all who pass through this area: our future is unquestionably connected to our past. And our past creates a focal point for our future direction.

A heartfelt "thank you" to the following who currently give, or gave in the past, their time and labor to renovate, repair, and update, so we can keep our schoolhouse going.


  • Lesley Rameil
  • Jo Ashton
  • Julie Hazard
  • Our countless past volunteers who generously gave of their time to make sure the schoolhouse is the best it can be

Business Support through In-Kind Donations:

  • Greg Peters, GN Peters Construction
  • TJ Concrete, located in Carbondale
  • Tim Dyer, Dyer Electric, maintenance
  • Ann Hodges Graphics, website design
  • Valerie Miller, Dolomite Designs, website maintenance
  • Rick Holub, water supply
  • Marty Schlein, Blue Sky Woodworking, finish carpentry
  • Glen Sloop, Glen Sloop Painting & Snowplowing
  • Tim Whitsitt, Whitsitt & Gross, P.C., general civil practice law firm
  • Diana Mundinger, Eagle Crest Nursery
  • The UPS Store in El Jebel, donation of our mailbox
  • Dan Rosenthal Painting, paint for our 2020 painting project

Temporary help is always needed

Should you wish to participate in preserving our history, or add your name to our list of temporary volunteers, please e-mail Lesley Rameil or call her at numbers listed on our Contacts page. We'd be pleased to have you!


If you would like to volunteer for the MHCL
click here

or on the hands above, and let us know.

Or call 970.963.3477