Dear Jane and ESSLA Board & Members:
On behalf of the Town of Horicon Historical Society and the Adirondack Shindig Committee, please accept our heartfelt gratitude for your efforts, contributions and support as we work to raise funds needed to restore the 1881 Union Church as the new Historical Museum annex in Adirondack.
Adirondack Shindig 2015 was a success because of you and folks like you who care so deeply about our North Country’s heritage: small communities – rich in the history of our Region and our Nation.
Attendees at Shindig 2015 really enjoyed themselves: as City Lights band played into the sunset; as neighbors got to say hello again, and visitors experienced the strength of small town community life.
We still have a long way to go in our fundraising efforts; we will keep you informed of our progress.
Please let your friends and neighbors – near and far – know of our exciting historical Museum project in the wonderful Hamlet of Adirondack and the urgent fundraising efforts now underway to bring it to reality soon – and that contributions can be made online at www.adirondackgives.org.
This new 1881 Historical Museum facility in Adirondack will be a much-needed annex to the Society’s existing venerable Historical Museum in the wonderful Hamlet of Brant Lake.
Yes, Adirondack and Brant Lake, two little gems in the remarkable Town of Horicon.
Because of efforts of you and others, the wonderful Museum facility in Adirondack will be achieved!
Again, we simply offer you our heartfelt, home town gratitude,
Tom Johansen, President Town of Horicon Historical Society
Kathy Hill, Chairperson Adirondack Shindig Committee