Vistabeam Supports its Extraordinary Community through the Legacy of the Plains Museum
Extraordinary Community Campaign: Legacy of the Plains Museum
Vistabeam is proud to present a $2500 donation to the Legacy of the Plains Museum. This donation will go towards enhancing the Museum's various sites to continue promoting the story of the human and agricultural history in the North Platte Valley and High Plains.
As a company headquartered in Gering, Nebraska, Vistabeam is fortunate to be situated in this historic area and proud to take part in prolonging and upholding that history with this sponsorship to the Legacy of the Plains Museum.
The Legacy of the Plains Museum is located in Gering, Nebraska, on the Oregon Trail. It was founded in 2013 through the merger of the North Platte Valley Museum and the Farm and Ranch Museum. The Museum features an impressive collection of pioneer and early community artifacts, antique tractors, farm implements, an 80-acre working farm, historic farmstead structures, and striking views of Scotts Bluff National Monument.
Vistabeam’s donation is part of the Museum’s Phase 2 funding round. It will help to expand multiple sites, including the entrance, Family Fun Area, Japanese Hall Site, Maintenance Shop, Industrial Area, Second Equipment Building, Homesteads, Farmsteads, Equipment Display, Parade Grounds, and Railhead Exhibit. Phase one was completed earlier this year and included the merger of the museums, additions to the main building, the exhibit design, and more.
Vistabeam’s sponsorship of the Legacy of the Plains Museum is part of its Extraordinary Community Campaign, which gifts funding to non-profit organizations for the communities in its service areas. Through the Extraordinary Community Campaign, Vistabeam hopes to empower the people and communities it serves, just as it does through internet services.