Fall, 2022

Dear Friend of the Johnsville Centrifuge and Science Museum,

After two years of COVID seclusion we are really excited to be back and have successfully held several STEM events this year.

In April we hosted our long anticipated Titanic-A Night to Remember evening at Spring Mill Manor.  It was a fabulous event with 340 guests in attendance.  We were honored to have Township Supervisor Kim Rose, State Representative Wendy Thomas and Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick in attendance.  An elegant meal recreated the final evening aboard the R.M.S. Titanic.  Titanic expert Craig Sopin was kind enough to speak and display selected artifacts from his personal collection.  Many guests wore period attire and period music was provided by a four-piece piano quartet.

Astronaut Chris Ferguson arranged to have a museum owned watch flown on the first successful Starliner mission to the International Space Station on May 19th.  The watch spent six days in orbit.  The museum will be auctioning off this “space flown” artifact sometime soon.

With the momentum of a tremendously successful event, we can now set our sights forward.  We are weighing our options of developing land, or doing something more immediate such as leasing space, allowing us to bring to you our collection that much sooner.  Your contribution is essential to our continued success and is truly appreciated.

Please help us share the pioneering steps of our past and inspire our youth, by making a generous contribution today to reach our goal.

Your much needed gift can be made via this PAYPAL link or by mailing a check made payable to JCSM at P.O. Box 2014, Warminster, PA 18974.

Thank you for preserving our shared legacy for the future,

Michael P. Maguire