Dungeons & Dragons, Fisher-Price Little People, and Swing named 2016 National Toy Hall of Fame inductees.

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    Brookhaven National Laboratory loans a re-creation of Tennis for Two—created in 1958 by William Higinbotham and one of the first video games the general public could play—to The Strong for display in its eGameRevolution exhibit.
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    The Strong welcomes Steve Dubnik, entrepreneur and 16-year veteran of its Board of Trustees, as its new president and CEO.
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    G. Rollie Adams retires as president and CEO of The Strong after nearly 30 years of service that oversaw sustained and exponential growth of the museum's programs, attendance, and physical footprint.
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    Representatives from LCL Travel Pack of Boston tour The Strong with Chinese journalists in an effort to generate more leisure travel to Western New York from China.
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    A recent episode of Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum filmed at The Strong features Vice President for Collections Chris Bensch and the origin story of the Pet Rock. 
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    Democrat and Chronicle readers name The Strong museum Rochester’s Choice for best museum for the 15th consecutive year.
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    The National Toy Hall of Fame names the inductees for 2016: swing, Dungeons & Dragons, and Fisher-Price Little People.