The museum is packed with items from the 1954 Indiana State Basketball Championship and is home to the “Hoosiers Collection” which is the largest known collection of movie props and uniforms from the movie “Hoosiers.”Milan ’54 Inc. has been awarded a $12,000 grant from the Efroymson Family Fund for the historic film project at the Milan ’54 Hoosiers Museum.The film project will include individual interviews from all 11 surviving players from the 1954 Milan High School Boys Basketball State Championship Team. The new audio and film presentations will play in front of each player’s locker on demand in three separate 30-second presentations providing each player’s unique experiences about growing up in Milan, and of course basketball.In addition, a 15-20 minute film presentation will be produced that will play in the museum’s media room. Visitors will be able to view the new film sitting in school desks from the old Milan High School as the film “sets the table” for each person’s visit to the museum.“This is a project that we have wanted to do for a long time,” said Marianne Wiggers, president of Milan 54, Inc. “We want to get all this history recorded while all of these players are still with us. We would like to thank the Efroymson Family Fund for making these historically significant film projects possible. Future generations of historians and basketball enthusiasts will now always be able to hear first- hand from the players who did what was considered impossible.”The Efroymson Fund is a donor-advised fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation and continues a long legacy of charitable commitments by the Efroymson family. The fund was established in 1998 by Dan and Lori Efroymson to improve the quality of life for individuals and promote the vitality of communities. Since its inception, the fund has awarded more than $74 million in grants to non-profit organizations in central Indiana and beyond.