Museum trustees Chuck Copeland (left) and John McLaughlin (right) flank Andy Masich, CEO of the Heinz History Center
VIP guests mingle and study the Smithsonian quality exhibit.
Rob Griffin (left) and Jack Bechdel of local corporate sponsor Eaton Corporation, with Andy Masich of the Heinz History Center (right).
Members of the 63rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry re-enactor group with the exhibit honoring Martin Delaney, the highest ranking black officer in the Union Army during the war.
Heinz History Center CEO Andy Masich explains details of the Strong Vincent display to Geneva College history majors who are interns at the Heritage Museum
Longtime Heritage Foundation leader and former museum chair Bob Smith with Andy Masich
Museum trustee and education chair Dennis Pittman with refreshments volunteer Joan High
Bobbi and David O’Leary with the Kate McBride/Allegheny Arsenal display — Dave is the immediate past president of the Heritage Foundation and chair of its Beaver StationSteering Committee
Heinz History Center CEO Andy Masich in remarks to the audience
Dozens of dedicated museum volunteers, corporate members and donors listening to remarks by Andy Masich, as he expresses his appreciation for this exhibition effort, with hope for future collaboration together.
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This exhibit has been created by the Senator John Heinz History Center and sponsored by Peoples Natural Gas and Institute for Museum and Library Services, in partnership with Pennsylvania Civil War 150.

Eaton Corporation is local corporate sponsor of the display.