The Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs has appointed Kaitlyn Dykes as the first site supervisor for Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site.
Ms. Dykes, currently lead interpreter at the Zwaanendael Museum in Lewes, will bring a wealth of experience and new ideas to the job.
She stood out from a strong pool of candidates as “the best choice to lead Cooch’s Bridge through the transition from private property to HCA’s sixth public historic site,” an HCA spokesperson said.
“It is truly a new era,” said Vince Watchorn, president of the Friends of Cooch’s Bridge.
Ms. Dykes will report to her new job next month.