2017 Annual Plant Sale
Thank You, Carolyn, Shelley & More
Yes, all our thanks must go to Carolyn Aubin & Shelley Neubauer for their unbelievable organizational abilities, work ethics, and fundraising accomplishments. They accepted responsibility for the Hebron Historical Society’s 2017 Plant and Tag Sales, respectively.
No, they didn’t do it alone; they also have many friends and relatives happy to assist them. Among our good friends are:
~~Master Gardeners Elaine Massa, Mary Collins and Karen Sexton, who were available to answer gardening questions and offer plant choice suggestions.
~~Chris Andrulitis, friend to both Shelley and the Douglas Library, who was there every step of the way with sorting, pricing, packing tag sale remainders and helping to deliver them to Savers.
~~Rich Marzi, a special Hebron volunteer, who procured a tent for our use, arranged to borrow tables, and lined up both food and other vendors to add interest to the “Hello Summer Faire”.
~~All the people who donated plants and tag sale items. Without your donations, we couldn’t have these sales!!
~~HHS Members and Directors who can always be counted on to help!!
Together, the plant and tag sales raised over $2,500.00. That income will go into our general account to be used for Historical Society expenses. Our regular expenses are for electricity, heat, internet & insurance – just like yours at home! In addition, we offer interesting programs through the year relating to Hebron and its history.
Unlike many organizations, the HHS owns two buildings. Many people are surprised to learn that the Hebron Historical Society owns both “Old Town Hall” and the Burrows Hill School. Back in 1971, the Town of Hebron transferred to the HHS the deeds for both buildings. It is The Society’s responsibility to maintain these buildings.
You have probably read about our “Raise the Roof” capital campaign that was organized to raise the needed funding for both a new roof as well as exterior painting of Old Town Hall. You’ll be pleased to hear that we’re more than half way there!
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.