National Mining Hall Of Fame To Induct 3 New PA-Related Members

The National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum will be inducting five individuals, 3 related to Pennsylvania, into the National Mining Hall of Fame and presenting the Prazen Award at its 28th Annual Induction Banquet October 23 at the Omni William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh.

The NMHFM in honoring Penn State Professor Frank F. Aplan, former CEO of Conoco for whom the Bailey mine is named Ralph E. Bailey and the late Penn State Professor and former head of CONSOL Edward Steidle from Pennsylvania.  

Mike Korb from DEP’s Bureau of Abandoned Mine Reclamation will be the master of ceremonies.

This prestigious gala event supports the efforts of the only federally chartered National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum whose mission is to "tell the story of mining, its people, and its importance to the American public."

Join your colleagues in celebrating the mineral and mining industry and those individuals who have significantly advanced America's quality of life through their contributions in the areas of education, workplace safety, technology, environmental stewardship, reclamation, policy, and scientific discovery.

For more information on programs and activities, visit the National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum website.


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