Where We've Worked - Dec '16Submitted by NRGCO on Fri, 01/13/2017 - 10:43
Hello and welcome to the December 2016 edition of Where We’ve Worked.
Up on our plate this month is Toledo, Ohio; Newark, New Jersey; and Davenport, Iowa. See all the different places that our court reporters have traveled to, and why you should consider a visit there as well.
Toledo is located at the western end of Lake Erie, and is a major producer of auto parts and glass. It’s home to the National Museum of the Great Lakes, which is a maritime museum dedicated to the Great Lakes. It contains six exhibit galleries, an outdoor maritime park, and a large ship in the water for viewers to walk into and observe.
Newark is the largest city in New Jersey, and is one of the nation’s major air, shipping, and rail hub. Newark is located just 8 miles from New York City, but it has its own fun and history to offer. The Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a church built in 1859. It’s the 5th largest cathedral in North America, and its art and architectural wonders are awe-inspiring to both the secular and religious alike.
Davenport is a bustling metropolitan area on the border of Iowa and Illinois. Its location on the Mississippi River means the city is prone to frequent flooding. One of the main attractions of Davenport is the Vander Veer Botanical Park. Established in 1885, this 33-acre park is home to an extensive collection of gardens and trees, including many planted in the early 1890’s.
Let us know on our Facebook or Twitter whether you’ve been to these places, and share your experiences with us. Tune in next month for the first edition of 2017’s Where We’ve Worked!