Lance Van Auken, a vice president and executive director with Little League International, oversees the day-to-day operations of the World of Little League Museum.
He directed every detail of the $4.4 million museum renovation project, from architectural and construction aspects to selection of graphics and artifact mounting. For more than a year, he collaborated with Cambridge Seven Associates of Cambridge, Mass., architect and designer of the new museum, as well as the media provider, Cortina Productions, and the exhibit fabricator, D&P Inc., to create the world-class museum. The World of Little League Museum project remained on schedule and under budget.
The newly renovated, 22,000-square foot museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the world’s largest organized youth sports program, and to providing a key educational asset to the children and families of Central Pennsylvania and visitors from around the world.
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