GREAT THINGS ARE AFLOAT WITH HISTORIC SHIPS!

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David Sharps and our friends at the Water Front Museum in Brooklyn could use your email vote to win a grant. The Water Front Museum and the Theatre Museum in New York City partnered with us for the 2011 THS Annual on show boats.

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=pm7f5vdab&v=001RTSvD7iYYABA2B4-OOfd3MiwZF-jtwRQHpACFz2gBEvIzEBZqzpwlJDuNcBZnj7AB5P8C2TozO06Vzfc9fgS8CW8SYWWoykMPr3YLfWAY80%3D

3 Comments

  1. Just Curious!
    What do ships have to do with THS? Probably a stupid question!

    • We were thrilled to partner with this group on our 2011 SHOWBOAT annual, which garnered high marks from THS members. And we’re happy to give a little kick to their bid for this funding.

      • Partnering is always a plus. PACS have learned that, or should have, years ago. Makes sense. The issue on showboats was interesting, but far from what THS has done in the past. But hey, a theatre is a theatre, even on water!

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