We think it's the first time it's ever been done. On Sunday, August 21 a couple pledged their eternal love for one another on the deck of the windmill. The audience was seated at the base of the windmill. The procession made it's way up the steps to the main entrance. The party then disappeared into the building and resurfaced on the deck.

The weather cooperated wonderfully including a gentle wind coming from the west which oriented the sales of the windmill almost perfectly. When I arrived at the museum in the morning the wind was clearly out of the north. I was told that the groom had sincerely asked God to provide a west wind to move the sales to the appropriate position.

The reception was held on picnic tables in the MHV "food court."

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Gary is responsible for the overall management of MHV. Guiding the staff, informing the board, and networking with officials, volunteers, corporate sponsors, individual donors and other guests. He has a business diploma and a MA in Global Studies from Providence Theological Seminary. With his family he did humanitarian work for 18 years in Asia, including being a CEO of a Compost Enterprise in China. He loves to discuss the Mennonite story and how it is relevant in our world. Learn more about the MHV.

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