Portland, May 1st, 2015. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) hosted its 2015 gala and hundreds of supporters celebrated the pioneering programs of Northwest innovators. OMSI Board Chair Trond Ingvaldsen, Marcia Randall, Gary Maffei, Janet Webster, and Marc Lintner enjoy the OMSI Gala Cocktail Hour. The benefit raised over $713,000.

Gala Co-chair Cheri Cooley-Hick (Co-chair Ken Hick not pictured) and Ann Thompson

Gala Co-chair Cheri Cooley-Hick (Co-chair Ken Hick not pictured) and Ann Thompson

Bruce Pettet, Tracey Kwietniak, Toni Stevens, and Marie Torrillo

Bruce Pettet, Tracey Kwietniak, Toni Stevens, and Marie Torrillo

Katie and Mike Erickson, Gala Co-chairs

Katie and Mike Erickson, Gala Co-chairs

Ken Stedman, Brian Hopkins, Karen Marrongelle, Christine and David Vernier

Ken Stedman, Brian Hopkins, Karen Marrongelle, Christine and David Vernier

The OMSI Gala was attended by over 400 people and raised important funds supporting inquiry-based learning experiences that enrich the lives of over one million community members annually. The OMSI 2015 Gala raised more than $713,000.

The OMSI Gala was attended by over 400 people and raised important funds supporting inquiry-based learning experiences that enrich the lives of over one million community members annually. The OMSI 2015 Gala raised more than $713,000.

From OMSI:

Our Mission
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) inspires curiosity through engaging science learning experiences, foster experimentation and the exchange of ideas, and stimulate informed action.

OMSI is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and relies on admissions, memberships, and donations to continue our educational mission, programs, and exhibits.

 

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