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Board:

Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum is governed by a Board of Trustees. Community members apply for open positions and are selected by vote of the board. Officers of the Board are elected by members of the board. Members are elected to serve two-year terms.

The volunteer Board of Trustees plays an essential role in our organization's leadership. Members bring skills, experience and talents to assist in achieving our vision and mission.

President: Michelle Hyde
Vice President: Chet Williams
Treasurer: Elizabeth Ross
Secretary: Kathleen Williams
Peter Belyea
Jane Graham
Ken Mangine
Ted Perry
Douglas Rainbow
Elsie Smith
Pamela Vittorio

EMERITUS

Isable Bracy
William S. Cole
Paul J. Cotter
Barabara E. DeAngelo
Gordon C. DeAngelo
Joan E. DiChristina
Dr. Robert E. Hager Sr.

David R. Peil
Ralph (Bud) Penner
Barbara H. Richardson
Gilles J. Roy
Theresa Vincelette
James Vittorio

 Our Team:

Executive Director: Joseph Treglia, Ph.D.

Dr. Treglia is the Executive Director of the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum. He provides leadership in all programs and services from day-to-day operations to strategic initiatives, public-relations, fundraising and development.

Program Director: Derrick Pratt

Facilities Coordinator: Kristin Dominic

Folk Arts and Trades Coordinator: Kenny Harris

Blacksmiths:
Ken Cameron
Kenny Harris
Mark Teece
Stephen Ruger
Steve Law


Museum Clerk(s):
Courtney Coates
Joanne Almanzi


MISSION

“Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum interprets the broad and deep history of Chittenango Landing: the land, air, water and people by engaging the public through educational and recreational programming. While preserving and interpreting the recreated 19th century dry dock complex, the museum fosters connections between the past and present in the Old Erie Canal State Historic Park.”

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CHARTER

Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum was granted an absolute charter by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York, for and on behalf of the State Education Department.

The museum is not-for-profit 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, and a Charitable Organization recognized by the State of New York, Department of Law, Charities Bureau.