Bethesda Academy hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday to celebrate their new William H. Ford Sr. Museum and Visitor Center.
The center is 2,200 square feet of new exhibition space and was built in honor of the Rev. William H. Ford Sr. and his 19 years of service as Bethesda's superintendent. The museum and visitor center will feature interactive exhibits, video and artifacts which tell the story of Bethesda's past - present and future.
The museum is expected to open by early March.
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