St. Lawrence Power and Equipment museum seeks donations for expansion
SLPEM vice president Reginald Chester; Myron Burns; SLPEM president Alan Garrand; SLPEM trustee Terry Billings and Scott Wilson.
MADRID -- The St. Lawrence Power and Equipment Museum (SLPEM), which evolved from the original twelve members of the St. Lawrence Gas and Steam Engine Association founded in 1976, is expanding.
Donations and fundraisers are underway to support the construction of the Antique Tractor Exhibit Building, with construction possibly starting in 2014. SeaComm Board chairman Myron Burns, along with SeaComm president and chief executive officer Scott A. Wilson, deliver a $3,000 donation to the project.