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Boys Scouts of America at the Whittier Museum

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Boys Scouts of America at the Whittier Museum S3productions 

           

Special Guest will be Tim Traeger, Executive Director of the Whittier Museum

 

Highlighting the Special BSA Exhibit at the museum

 

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S3Productions is delighted to have been invited once again to the Whittier Museum and speak to the knowledge able and wonderful staff and share some stories about the Boy Scouts of America exhibit that is on display there  


The 15,000-square-foot Whittier Museum opened its doors in 1983 after the Whittier Historical Society rallied the community to support a Museum that preserves, protects and displays items of cultural and historic significance to Whittier and its neighboring communities.

The Museum has an operating budget of $100,000 annually and maintains itself through donations, grants and memberships. Its latest rotating exhibit tells the complete story of the Boy Scouts of America on the Museum’s second floor.

For more information on the Historical Society & Museum, call 562-945-3871.

 

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