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Amy Hollander, Executive Director of the National Museum of Industrial History gave a fascinating overview of a treasure in our own backyard, the National Museum of Industrial History. She was introduced by Marianne AronsonNMIH is located in a 100 year old former Bethlehem Steel facility on the Southside near the Discovery Center.  The vision is to tell the story of America’s industrial achievements and the accomplishments of our workers, innovators, and entrepreneurs.  The NMIH forges a connection between America’s industrial past and the innovations of today, to inspire the next generations.  The museum explores the roles of industry in America’s growth, through the stories of people, machines and ideas.
The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm.  I am looking forward to visiting the Museum and suggest everyone adds this Bethlehem gem to their things to do list.
First Thursday, April 6th, we will be meeting at the Artisan Wine and Cheese Cellar. See you there!
John Oesmann's hip replacement went very well. Be sure to ask him about his stripes!
Motivational Quote:  
A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. 
Marcus Garvey
President Sharon, Rotary Serving Humanity