A Night on the Town: Upper Bay Museum Honors Its Founders on May 19

Here’s a note we received from the Upper Bay Museum about an upcoming event to honor museum founders.  Since our readers will find the message of interest, we’re posting it as a regular piece.  Thanks Upper Bay Museum for letting us know and keep up the good work.

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Hello All,     I am contacting you to inform you about an event the Upper Bay Museum, North East, MD, is hosting a dinner benefit to honor their past founders and supporters Nick DeMond, Stewart DeMond, Gene Howell, and Allan Purner. As you may know, the museum has been preserving the life style of our local heritage since 1975. I was hoping you would be interested in writing an article about these men and their contributions to the community.   The Upper Bay Museum hosts,  ” A Night on the Town” a fine dinner/auction/dance at the North East Banquet Hall (VFW) on May 19th to honor past founders and supporters Nick DeMond, Stewart DeMond, Gene Howell, and Allan Purner.    5:00 P.M Cocktail hour begins.   $20 ahead of time $30 at the door.   Questions? info@upperbaymuseum.org   Thank you for your time.

Nichole B. Gillis

Secretary of the Upper Bay Museum.

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2 responses to “A Night on the Town: Upper Bay Museum Honors Its Founders on May 19

  1. Thank you so much for the help. We have received so much community support for this event. Get your tickets soon – we are looking to sell out.

    Thank you again.

  2. Certainly Nichole. Pleased to be of help. Anytime you have press releases or news you want to get out about activities at the museum, we’re more than happy to put them up here. Keep up the good work down there in North East.

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