The American Museum of Science and Energy and the K-25 History Center is very excited to announce today the debut of The 117 Society. Named in honor of Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s key role in the creation of element 117, Tennessine, The 117 Society is our highest membership level, designed to provide unique access to a range of AMSE and K-25 History Center programs and resources. In turn, members of The 117 Society provide vital support to our museums.
We have always appreciated the amazing support given to our museums by those in our community and beyond. What we do at AMSE and the K-25 History Center is important – as we teach about the history of Oak Ridge, the vital work done here since, and the promise of tomorrow, we are an engine of STEM education. Helping to educate and inspire this and future generations is what we are all about, and by joining The 117 Society, you give us the support we need by becoming a vital part of our team.
We appreciate your considering this opportunity, and I hope you will join – just let us know if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much and come see us soon at AMSE and the K-25 History Center.