Tellus recognized at annual conference
by Staff
07:58 PM, Thursday, January 29
Tellus Science Museum and some of its significant supporters were recognized with awards during the Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries annual conference in Statesboro Jan. 23. Tellus was honored with three distinguished awards. For its y...

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