Press RoomDinosaurs Outfitted with Party Hats
December 23, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Neville Museum Dinosaurs Outfitted with Centennial Party Hats
Green Bay, WI---December 23, 2014---On Monday, December 22, the Neville dinosaurs were outfitted with party hats to celebrate the Neville Museum’s Centennial year, 2015!
Visitors to downtown Green Bay in the past twelve years are well familiar with the sight of two Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur sculptures at the entrance of the Neville Public Museum. Known as Big Mama and Baby Bones, these two iconic metal sculptures were created by local artist Don DeBaker in 2002.
To help kick off the Neville Public Museum’s centennial next year, the Neville Museum, DeBaker, and Renco Machine Company, Inc. are partnering to make sure Big Mama and Baby Bones are prepared for the party by outfitting each dinosaur with custom party hats! “We love helping the Neville,” says Alex Renard of Renco Machine Company, Inc. “The Neville is a cornerstone of the community and celebrating 100 years is a huge accomplishment.”
A special thanks to Don DeBaker and Renco Machine Company, Inc. for making this project possible!
Beth Lemke, Director
Neville Public Museum
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI 54303
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