Grand Opening of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum in the Galleria at Erieview



Mr. Elmer Meszaros, Program Emcee, introduces the Honorable Jane Campbell, Mayor of Cleveland, who prepares to read a Proclamation in honor of the Museum, and who will cut the red-white-green ribbon, officially opening the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum in the Galleria at Eriview in downtonw Cleveland. The Mayor stands underneath the “Székely Kapu” or Transylvanian Gate, hand carved by the Hungarian Boy Scouts of Troop 22, Cleveland, which forms the entrance to the Museum.



For Service “above and beyond the call of duty” Many thanks to the following individuals for exceptional help during the relocation of the Museum, and with the Grand Opening at the new location.

Maria Friedrich

Otto Friedrich

Kathy Gulden

Hajnal Kézdi

George Kozmon

Andrew Lázár

Elmer Mészaros

Magdalene Mészáros

Zoltán Mestrits

Klára Papp

Martha Pereszlényi-Pintér

Valerie Ratoni-Nagy

Thomas Ratoni-Nagy

Kori Smith

Éva Szabó

Steve Szappanos

Susan Szappanos

Andrew Temesváry

Mary Temesváry

Steve Tokar

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