The CNY Living History Center announced the hiring of its new Executive Director on Thursday (November 1).
Cindy Stoker will now hold the post, bringing over twenty-five years of experience in the fields of travel, tourism and hospitality.
From the official press release:
“A graduate of Homer High School, she has fond memories of each of the components of the CNY Living History Center. Walking through The Homeville Museum brings back memories of field trips to the original location of the Ken Eaton Collection during its early days. The Brockway Museum sparks memories of shiny new trucks rolling through the town streets and visits to the Brockway Truck Plant during their open house events. Lastly, the T.O.Y.S. Museum reminds her of time spent driving her dad’s 1948 Farmall tractor and exploring antique shops and tractor shows with her family.
Stoker brings with her over twenty-five years of experience in the fields of travel, tourism and hospitality. She plans to use her experience in these fields to increase awareness and visibility of the CNY Living History Center and the three museums that make up this unique and interesting facility.
She is looking forward to being back in the local community and sharing her love of history with those visiting the Living History Center.”
The CNY Living History Center is located halfway between Homer and Cortland at 4386 US Route 11.
It’s open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
You can also visit them online at www.cnylivinghistory.org.