The Junior Museum of Bay County announces that “Life Begins at 40” and invites you to celebrate their 40 years of service to the community while they reflect on the past and look toward the future.
Fortunately, even during the current economic downturn, their future is bright thanks to a generous donation from the St. Joe Community Foundation.
During the celebration, the Foundation will present a $100,000 check to the Museum, which will assist with the construction of an educational and cultural center to serve as the focal point of the Museum.
The significant donation is in honor of Pam Selton Ingram, former executive director of the Foundation, and her dedicated service to the Bay County community during her tenure.
When: Saturday, November 22, 2008
2:00 PM – press conference
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM – event
Where: Junior Museum of Bay County
1731 Jenks Avenue
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