Seneca Museum Receives Local Support

The Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry, in Seneca Falls, announced today that Scepter New York, Inc. became a Bronze Sponsor of the Museum with a contribution of $500. This generous gift will go toward operational costs, allowing the Seneca Museum to continue its mission of educating tourists and community members about the rich industrial history of Seneca Falls.  Scepter New York, located at 11 Lamb Street in Seneca Falls, is a state-of-the-art aluminum processing facility.  With their innovative use of technology, strong commitment to an environmentally safe workplace, and quality products, Scepter has become a recognized leader in aluminum dross and scrap recycling.The Seneca Museum, located on 89 Fall Street, is open daily, and offers tours, a gift shop and family and children’s programming. Along with the Heritage Area Visitor Center, also located at 89 Fall Street, the Museum services thousands of tourists each year with its unique historical exhibits. To learn more about the Seneca Museum, log onto www.senecamuseum.com.

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