After 26 years at the Hull Lifesaving Museum, Lory Newmyer is sailing on. Through the Hull Lifesaving Museum, Lory touched the lives of every one of our Middle School students since our students began rowing and camping with HLM back in 1993. She taught them all how to think about “ship, shipmate, and self,” she safely guided each of them through Hull Gut as they learned to row those heavy lifesaving boats, and she shared many sunrises and sunsets with our students while camping on the Boston Harbor Islands every September.
We congratulate her on her amazing work at HLM and are grateful that Lory still serves as a trustee on the Inly Board (since 1995!) and is an active member of the Inly Council on Diversity and Equity.
To read Lory’s departure letter, click here.
To see a Patriot Ledger interview with Lory, click here.