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December 13 2012

Press Release: Keystone Gleaners Donation


Barbara Corrigan, President of the Keystone Gleaners presenting a check to Sally Talaga, Executive Director of the Wayne County Historical Society. Left to right: Ann Wiedenman, Rachel Bakots, Sally Soden, Sheila Vaswani, Sally Talaga, Joan Lonsdorf, Barbara Corrigan, Betty Sweeney, Maureen Clift, and Jeanette Dresing of the Keystone Gleaners, a local chapter of The Questers International Organisation.

The Wayne County Historical Society recently received a generous donation from the Keystone Gleaners, the local chapter of the Pennsylvania Questers. The local donation was matched by their national organization and both gifts funded the professional conservation of a certificate awarded to Dorflinger & Sons at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876. The certificate was awarded in the category "Glass Tableware." The restored document, which is owned by the historical society, will be included in the museum's updated "Wayne County Glass" exhibit, scheduled to reopen on Saturday, April 21.