Living History Exhibit
One of the new and exciting programs that will add to NOAC 2000 is
the Living History Exhibit at the NOAC Museum. This part of
the museum is for the purpose of sharing memories of interactions
with our founders, E. Urner Goodman and Carol A. Edson.
Today, the first generation of Arrowmen
that have never seen or interacted with the founders
are taking leadership roles in the Order.
The Living History Exhibit will provide them with background
and information on our founders and their impact on all of us.
If you are a person that has interacted with or has a story to
tell about the founders, then you would be perfect for this
What the museum is asking for is simply a forty-five to sixty minute
time slot during normal museum hours, where you share your experiences
with the rest of the nation. These time slots can be set before
If you are interested in participating in the Living History Exhibit,
or have any questions on it, please contact the
NOAC 2000 Museum Chairman,
or the NOAC 2000 Museum Co-Adviser,
[Special Events Committee]