Abraham Lincoln’s National Museum of Surveying Announces Exciting News About Its Future

Springfield, Illinois – On Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., Abraham Lincoln’s National Museum of Surveying will hold a press conference announcing exciting news that will help ensure the museum’s future. Jim Roth, president of the Board, and Bob Church, treasurer of the Board, will make the announcement.
"We are thrilled to make this announcement that will help the museum and in turn, enable it to continue to provide interesting, educational programs for the community, tourists, and area youth groups," says Jim Roth, president of the museum’s Board. "Our mission is to educate visitors about how land surveyors developed America and why land surveying is important to each of us. We also hope to encourage young people to consider land surveying as a career."
Bob Church, the museum Board’s treasurer, says: “Since the museum’s opened, thousands of visitors from around the world have enjoyed it. A financially secure future will allow us to expand our programs and further educate the community about land surveyors, such as Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other American heroes, and how they developed our country."