In the fall of 2014, the American Association for State and Local History honored the Pennsylvania College of Technology with an Award of Merit for their History Trail that is located throughout the campus.
Located near Valparaiso, Indiana, sits Taltree Arboretum and Gardens. Recently voted 2014 Best of the Region by The Times of Northwest Indiana, Taltree is a dog friendly preserve of woodlands, wetlands, prairies and formal gardens. It also offers a variety of events, classes and exhibits though out the year. From its unique Railway Garden, to the Children’s Adventure Garden, Taltree has something for every age.
Pannier Graphics, the industry leader in Fiberglass Embedded panels, Gel Coat Laminate panels and Exhibit Bases, has once again been awarded Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts with the National Park Service. In October, Pannier was awarded a three-year contract for Wayside Exhibit Panels and this past week was awarded a three-year contract for Wayside Exhibit Bases.
Located between Philadelphia, PA and New Jersey lies Petty’s Island, an area of rich history tracing back to the 16th century. In April 2009, CITGO donated the island and former site of CITGO operations to the New Jersey Natural Lands Trust through a conservation easement for use as an ecological preserve and educational facility.
In 1985, the state of North Carolina purchased land in the town of Manteo on Roanoke Island. Originally known as the “Marine Resources Center”, the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island was the first of the state Aquarium Division. Located in the Outer Banks, the aquarium sees over 300,000 visitors each year.
After a close race to the finish, Pannier is pleased to announce Alexis Faust from Taltree Arboretum as the winner of it’s Second Annual Photo Contest!
The Historical Society of Crawford County was formed September 23, 1940 by Mrs. O.P. Dellinger. Dellinger was the State Historian for the Daughters of the American Revolution and was urged by the Kansas State Historical Society to organize a County Historical Society.
On April 27th Lower Merion Township held a unveiling of their newly installed Cynwyd Heritage trail interpretive signage. The signage was part of a Preserve America grant to develop trailhead and interpretive signage promoting the railroad industry heritage of the Cynwyd Heritage trail.
On Saturday, May 3rd, employees of Pannier Graphics donated supplies and time to Light of Life Mission in downtown Pittsburgh to help remodel one of their multipurpose rooms.
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