Sen. Yaw’s Television Program: Experience Automotive History at the Eagles Mere Auto Museum

HARRISBURG – This month, “A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw (R-23)” visits the Eagles Mere Auto Museum, showcasing the ultimate private collection of American made cars and trucks from the 1950s and 1960s.

With two floors of over 75 classic vehicles, the museum represents an era when the United States dominated the auto manufacturing industry.  In addition to the vehicles, there is an expansive collection of neon signs, bicycles, and other automobile-related memorabilia.

“This museum is a must-see for any ‘motor head’ or car enthusiast,” said Sen. Yaw.  “As you stroll through the museum, you travel back in time to see one of man’s greatest inventions.”

The Senator’s television report will air on: Blue Ridge Communications/Mansfield – Channel 13; Service Electric Cablevision – SECV Productions – Channel 8; Time Warner, Sayre; Adams Cable Service, Channel 7; Comcast/Williamsport – Click On Demand/Get Local/Local Government/State Senate/A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw. Please check local listings for air times.

“A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw” is intended to keep residents of the 23rd Senatorial District informed about state and local issues and to showcase the people, places, communities and businesses that make this region so unique.

Senator Yaw’s television report is available online at, click ‘Newsroom’ and ‘A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw’.

Sen. Yaw talks with Bob Heisman, Manager of the Eagles Mere Auto Museum, during his recent visit.


Rita Zielonis, Chief of Staff
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