The ten-year-old North Tonawanda History Museum, a not for profit organization that houses a treasure trove of artifacts and memorabilia bursting over 10,000 square
feet of display space at 54 Webster Street, in the heart of the historic downtown, is seeking new trustees to join the board.
Executive Director Donna Zellner Neal made her appeal for the type of person needed: "Are you looking to lend a hand in your community? Do you love North Tonawanda and
its history? Do you have knowledge and/or skills you can put to work helping us continue the development of the North Tonawanda History Museum and our Lumber City
History Center project?.... Do apply to become a Trustee at the North Tonawanda History Museum!"
North Tonawanda residents, former residents, and others interested in becoming active, take a role in maintaining policy, legal and financial matters, as well as
overseeing the operations.
Interested candidates may call Phone: 716-213-0554 or email email@example.com