PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR WITH THE NEW DATE FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING
The Water Works Conservancy's ANNUAL MEETING
WWC Members, guests and the general public are invited to WWC's Annual Meeting on Thursday May 15, 7:30 PM in the beautiful Atrium of the United Water HaworthPlant, 200 Lakeshore Drive, Haworth, NJ
Please RSVP if you plan to attend with your name, phone number, organizational affiliation (if you are associated with an organization) and the number in your party to: InfoHWWC@aol.com
WWC's Guest Speaker will be John Seitter, former Board Member of Preservation NJ and currently Executive Director of the Roebling Museum in Trenton. John will be speaking about cultural and historical tourism and historic preservation.
John Reid Seitter has returned to New Jersey after working as the Project Manager of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s PA Civil War 150 program; commemorating the Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War. In that role he worked with a wide variety of cultural and heritage organizations to utilize this historic anniversary as a tool to develop new models of collaboration and communication at the local, regional and state level and address the rapidly changing nature of their work to meet 21st century audience needs.
John is the Executive Director of the Roebling Museum, located in historic Roebling NJ. Formerly he has been the President of South Jersey Tourism Corporation and Executive Director of the Camden County Historical Society.
John is also an adjunct history instructor at Rutgers University. He is a former board member of Preservation New Jersey, the New Jersey Travel Industry Association and the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission. As Vice-Chairman of the New Jersey Heritage Tourism Task Force he worked extensively on the creation of an inventory of heritage tourism resources throughout the state.
John has also directed the research and development of a variety of heritage tourism products including: audio podcasts in Camden, Gloucester and Union Counties, and a guided tour of Camden through the eyes of ‘America’s Poet” Walt Whitman. He has a BA in Political Science from Montclair State University and an MA in Public History from Rutgers University.
WWC will look forward to seeing you at the Annual Meeting. Wine and Cheese will be served.
If you have any questions, please contact WWC at: InfoHWWC@aol.com
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