CT River Museum Board of Trustees Chair Joanne Masin,
Sen. Art Linares and Trustee Eileen Angelini.
Historical societies and preservationists from across the state gathered at the State
Capitol last month to raise awareness about their organizations’ dedication to promoting Connecticut’s heritage for present and future generations.
The Connecticut River Museum (www.ctrivermuseum.org) was among the groups that travelled to Hartford to speak with Sen. Art Linares and other state lawmakers.
The museum’s mission is to lead in the study, preservation and celebration of the cultural and natural heritage of the Connecticut River and its valley. By deepening understanding of the River’s importance to past generations, the Museum aims to inspire the stewardship of future generations.
The museum maintains its National Registered buildings on Steamboat Dock in Essex, and provides a spectacular waterfront park as a venue for museum functions, community events and quiet reflection.
Sen. Linares (www.senatorlinares.com) represents Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Deep River, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Lyme, Old Saybrook, Portland, and Westbrook.
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