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MAPS Air Museum received an operational grant from the McAlonan Fund of the Akron Community Foundation. This grant will be designated for our education program in Summit County and will help bring summit county high schools to our US History Program. Last year Green, Manchester, Hoban, Barberton, Cuyahoga Falls, and Norton. This grant fully funded 1,224 students and 43 teachers on a field trip to MAPS where they were treated to a briefing from Colonel Kimball and a tour that focused on Ohio US History Standards. We want to thank the McAlonan Foundation and Akron Community Foundation for their support and generosity. 

Diebold's pointing stick is designed to be donned and doffed with a shrug of the user's chin. He came up with the approach after spending time with then law-student Jonathan Ko, who has quadriplegia. Diebold said, "I saw that to Jonathan, the pointing stick was his arms and hands, and he had to ask somebody every time he wanted to use his hands - that seemed absurd to me." By attaching the pointing stick to a cup which is in turn attached to a strap that loops around the user"s neck, the user is able to freely engage the pointer as he wishes.

Wired Magazine reported in 2007 that an editor using a Diebold IP address had removed negative information from the Diebold Wikipedia page, with the information later moved to a more appropriate location . [39] Diebold was increasingly focusing on technology related to mobile banking as of 2008, [40] incorporating mobile banking into many of its products. That year Diebold was selected to be the sole ATM provider at certain Beijing Olympics venues. [7] In March 2008, United Technologies Corporation (UTC), a large engineering and defense conglomerate, announced it had made a $ billion bid to buy Diebold, which was later rejected as too low. [5] In October 2008, UTC announced it was breaking off acquisition talks after Diebold rejected the offer. [41] The company had 17,000 workers worldwide by April 2009. [14] In 2009 Bank Technology News ranked Diebold as No. 1 on its FINTECH 100 list of ATM providers. [7]

CAMA's own extensive collection of antique machinery will be highlighted at the Spring Power-Up.  In our recently improved Industrial Hall, our stationary steam engines spring to life, including our large . Brown steam engine with a massive 14 foot diameter flywheel .  Come see our recently restored Nagle-Corliss engine run.  Come to the Industrial Hall and see the progress.    In our 5-bay shed and oilfield power buildings, our large one-lunger "hit and miss" engines  will be fired up.  Over in the Diebold Hall, our museum- and member-owned tractors will see the light of day after a long hard winter. On our narrow gauge railroad tracks, our 1925 Hawaii Railway Co. #5 Baldwin steam locomotive will steam up for a few trips up and down our track. Our 1922 Plymouth Diesel locomotive will be out and about.  Visit the Mining Museum and see what new exhibits have been created over the winter as well as progress to the new addition. 

Diebold hall

diebold hall

CAMA's own extensive collection of antique machinery will be highlighted at the Spring Power-Up.  In our recently improved Industrial Hall, our stationary steam engines spring to life, including our large . Brown steam engine with a massive 14 foot diameter flywheel .  Come see our recently restored Nagle-Corliss engine run.  Come to the Industrial Hall and see the progress.    In our 5-bay shed and oilfield power buildings, our large one-lunger "hit and miss" engines  will be fired up.  Over in the Diebold Hall, our museum- and member-owned tractors will see the light of day after a long hard winter. On our narrow gauge railroad tracks, our 1925 Hawaii Railway Co. #5 Baldwin steam locomotive will steam up for a few trips up and down our track. Our 1922 Plymouth Diesel locomotive will be out and about.  Visit the Mining Museum and see what new exhibits have been created over the winter as well as progress to the new addition. 

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