Ribbon Cutting Photo (February 17, 2013)

Museum of the White Mountains Ceremonial Opening
February 17th, 2013

Local and national representatives cut the ribbon to open Plymouth State University’s Museum of the White Mountains.

Left to right

  • White Mountain National Forest Supervisor Tom Wagner,
  • University System of New Hampshire Chancellor Edward MacKay
  • Mike Scala, on behalf of U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte
  • Chuck Henderson, on behalf of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen
  • Catherine Amidon, Director, Museum of the White Mountains
  • U.S. Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster
  • Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen
  • New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan
  • Plymouth United Methodist Church Pastor Ed Charest (the Museum is housed in the church’s former home)
  • Nancy Barba of Barba + Wheelock Architecture (Project architects)


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