History Center Director Steps Down

JAMESTOWN – The head of a Jamestown area history center is stepping down.

Noah Goodling, Executive Director of the Fenton History Center, has accepted a new job as Project Director for the “Capacity Lab”, a group to help support non-profits across Chautauqua County.

An open house to honor the Director for his work with the Fenton will take place on Friday.

During his tenure, Goodling is created with making the historic building more handicap accessible by opening its first ADA accessible entry in 2019.

Additionally, Goodling worked to make the historical institution more open to the community.

Specifically, he is credited with helping develop an exhibit on the local LGBTQ+ community, focusing on coming out stories and other related artifacts.


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