Archive for April, 2017

Thank You to our new and renewing members of the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum

April 18, 2017 |  by  |  Comments Off on Thank You to our new and renewing members of the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum

Our thanks to our new and renewing members (since 1/17) in the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum.  Your financial support provides events, programming, and logistical support to the staff of the Eric Sloane Museum.  Your commitment underscores your support of Eric Sloane and the museum he founded.  Thank you.

Volunteer Membership ($20 annually)

Spencer Parrish

Individual Membership ($35 annually)

Anne Gallagher, Anne Gallagher Catering

Hattie Mauch

Bruce H. Perry

Clayton Preston

Scott Sheldon

George Stickels

Gayle Waterman

Dayna Wenzel

Family Membership ($50 annually)

William and Karen Kovacs

Alice and Richard Mandel

Ted and Jeanne Storb

Robert and Susan Vincent

Sponsor Membership ($100 or more annually)

Robin Dill, House of Books

Peter and Carol Kern

James and Rebecca Mauch

David and Allison Shelby

Harold H. Stewart

Thank You To Our Contributors to the Noah Blake Cabin Restoration Fund

April 17, 2017 |  by  |  Comments Off on Thank You To Our Contributors to the Noah Blake Cabin Restoration Fund

We thank the following people for their generous financial support for our Noah Blake Cabin Restoration Fund:

Robin Dill (Robin owns Kent’s House of Books and has been a steadfast supporter of the Friends group for years).

Carol Fenner, in memory of her husband Robert Fenner.  Bob was a great admirer of Eric Sloane and worked tirelessly on several projects related to commemorating Eric, one of the most significant being  the Eric Sloane Commemoratives Committee.  Bob organized and ran the committee, with the stated purpose of working to ensure that Eric Sloane was honored on a United States postage stamp.  Bob was of critical help during the formation of the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum, and his wisdom was sought on many occasions.  Specifically, Bob was instrumental in assisting with the onerous task of filing for 501c3 non-profit status with the IRS.  Bob shared with Friends founder James Mauch copies of his work related to forming the Eric Sloane Commemoratives Committee so that the Friends group would have a model from which to work for their own application.  It can be stated that it is doubtful that the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum would have ever achieved non-profit status without Bob’s help.  We’ll all miss his insight, wisdom, and guidance.

Anne Gallagher, Chef extraordinaire, who provided her talents to the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum during our dedication of the traditional New England dry laid stone wall,  Chef Anne became a member, supporter, and friend.

Arthur C. Hastings

Peter and Carol Kern, long time supporters who knew Eric Sloane.

William and Karen Kovacs

James and Rebecca Mauch, parents of founder James Mauch.

Bruce H. Perry, who has graciously offered some early American tools from his collection to help outfit the cabin.

Clayton Preston, talented artist and supporter, who has shown his art at our annual show since it’s inception.

David and Allison Shelby

Harold Stewart, our friend from the other side of the country, who has supported us generously for many years.

Ted and Jeanne Storb

Dayna Wenzel, another talented artist who joins us annually for our art exhibit and sale.  You can see her art here.

Thank You!