Over the years there are several local companies that have played a major role in our lives. RCA is one of those local companies.
Tonight’s Social features a captivating presentation by Fred Barnum on the “History of RCA Victor.”
Fred worked at RCA for 34 years. During that time, he developed an interest in RCA’s amazing history and took steps to preserve it. He uncovered the “lost archives” and gradually reconstructed RCA’s story.
Fred wrote and published “His Master’s Voice in America” and has written articles for local and national media. He has appeared in several television and film documentaries and has entertained audiences throughout the Delaware Valley and beyond with his RCA presentation.
At this presentation, we'll serve coffee (regular & decaf) and dessert, plus apple cider, spiced wafers, and water.
Due to Covid 19 precautions, we are requiring all those in attendance
Send copy a Covid 19 shot record before attending the Social. If your shot record was sent in previously for the picnic, then you're all set.
We have maximum seating for 40 in our meeting room, so you'll need to make a reservation.
If you are planning to attend, please contact Tom Cusack by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (856.722.7008).
From the parking lot, after entering the main door, turn left at the hallway and go to the amphitheater room on the right.