$2,000 grant supports Seneca County Museum

Kneeskern Family Fund grant supports renovation projects at Seneca County Museum

The Barnes-Deinzer Seneca County Museum (BDSCM) Foundation received a $2000 grant from the Kneeskern Family Fund of The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation.

The grant is specified for continued renovation projects at the Seneca County Museum. The museum has undertaken a number of restoration and renovations projects in the past three years and looks to continue more work in 2024.

“The Kneeskern Family’s continued support is greatly appreciated,” said BDSCM Foundation Vice President John Huss. “This grant will help us complete some special projects in 2024.”

Seneca County Museum Director Theresa Sullivan said she was very humbled by the continued generosity of the Kneeskern Family.

“They are truly kind and thoughtful people,” Sullivan said. “The Seneca County Museum is very fortunate to be the beneficiary of their gracious donations. We are honored to have their support.”

Sullivan said support such as this has allowed her and the Barnes-Deinzer Seneca County Museum Foundation to continue to improve the museum’s exhibit spaces in order to enhance the visitor experience.