Sandra Momyer to be Honored at the
13th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award Presentation
National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
50 S 1st Avenue, Coatesville
May 15, 2019, 5:30 pm
Each year the National Iron & Stell Heritage Museum (NISHM) presents the Rebecca Lukens Award to a regional individual that exhibits the same qualities as our nation’s first female industrialist Rebecca Lukens: resilience, leadership, courage, and strategic outlook. This year’s recipient is Sandra Momyer, former Executive Director and present Archivist at Historic Yellow Springs, a village with 300 years of history. She is also vice president of the Schuylkill River Heritage Center.
Sandra Momyer will be honored at the 13th Annual Award Presentation Ceremony on May 15, 5:30 p.m. at the National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum in Coatesville. Tickets to the event are $50 per person. Appetizers and beverages will be served.
Past recipients include: Mary Sullivan(2007), Jane Davidson(2008), Barbara Travaglini(2009), Gladys Flamer(2010), Nancy Penn Hannum(2011), Tammy Cansler(2012), Regina Horton Lewis(2013), Molly Morrison(2014), Mary Ann Rossi(2015), Barbara Cohen(2016), Francis Sheehan (2017), and Janet Klein (2018).
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum is located on the campus of the Lukens National Historic District, at 50 S. 1st Avenue in Coatesville, PA. Easily accessible in the heart of Coatesville and adjacent to the River Walk, NISHM is open six days a week for tours, lectures and educational programs. It draws international visitors to its facilities, which educates the public on the people, places, products, and processes of steel making, as well as the importance of educating children in the STEAM discipline (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math).
For event information and reservations, please contact The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum at 610-384-9282 or visit https://www.steelmuseum.org.