Saturday, March 3, 2012

SRAC Welcomes Mike Sisto to Board of Trustees

Mike Sisto, latest addition to SRAC Board of Directors
(WAVERLY, NY) The Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) recently announced the recent addition of Waverly resident, Michael Sisto to the SRAC Board of Directors.

Sisto is a 2007 graduate of Waverly High School, and gained his B.A. degree in History from Mansfield University.  He is currently enrolled in John's Hopkins University in pursuit of a Master's degree in Museum Studies. He has been volunteering at SRAC for the past two years and has been involved with many projects at the Center in that time. He explained, "On Saturdays I spend my day at SRAC where I help with whatever I can. I am truly honored to be a part of such a wonderful organization as SRAC, and to work with such wonderful people."

SRAC's cofounder and executive director, Deb Twigg added, "SRAC is honored to add Mike as our newest board member. His interest and education are a perfect fit for this leadership position, and the board voted unanimously to add him to our board which is very active. Our directors are continuously learning and researching as well as volunteering regularly at the Center. In that respect, we are all like family here and Mike has become part of that family as well. We look forward to the opportunity to infuse SRAC with insights from the next generation coming up."

SRAC is located at 345 Broad Street in Waverly, NY and includes a large exhibit hall filled with thousands of local Native American artifacts, lecture hall and gift shop. to learn more about SRAC, visit

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