Lynden Pioneer Museum director stepping down
Published by KGMI
Authored by asmith
LYNDEN, Wash. – The long-time director and curator of the Lynden Pioneer Museum is stepping down.
Troy Luginbill says that, after 27 years, it’s time to hand the reins to a new generation.
“When I first started there was a promise that I made to myself that I would do everything possible to realize the view, the vision that the founding board members had back in 1976 when they started the museum,” says Luginbill. “And I’ve reached that point.”
He says museums help define a community’s identity.