Over the past 16 years, JSI has worked directly with Three Rivers Kiwanis Milo-Brownville Foundation to help raise money for the Three Rivers Community, primarily through the annual Clayton Johndro Memorial Golf Tournament. So when the Harrigan Learning Center and Museum needed a platform designed and constructed for its new exhibit, JSI jumped at the opportunity to help.
Located across the street from JSI’s Milo facility, the Harrigan Learning Center and Museum is owned and operated by the Three Rivers Kiwanis through a generous donation made by Museum Director, Tom Harrigan and his wife, Nancy. The Learning Center and Museum offer a curated collection of fossils, minerals and Native American artifacts, and serve as a community hub for education and entertainment.
Following a meeting with the Museum Director to discuss what was needed, JSI special project managers went straight to work creating what would soon be the exhibit’s foundation. The resulting donation is now home to the museum’s first animatronic dinosaur, further engaging visitors both young and old and nurturing the community’s fascination with history.