NHS Says ‘Thanks’
On behalf of The Newton Historical Society, I would like to thank the Merrimac Savings Bank for their ongoing support including graciously hosting our recent 2013 Fall Festival fund raising event. This was our seventh annual Fall Festival and the bank lobby was filled to capacity. It was a wonderful evening that helped increase awareness about the Newton Historical Society and provided an opportunity to share a bit of Newton’s history and artifacts with the community. This year we had several new residents in attendance who had the opportunity to meet their neighbors as well as a number of elected town and state officials.
In addition to the support of Merrimac Savings Bank, I would also like to recognize and thank the residents of Newton and surrounding towns who attended and the following businesses that also provided sponsorship support of the event including: 108 General Store –First Payroll Inc. - Acio’s Family Takeout - Acorn Recording Solutions - Avon Products, Tess Moulaison –Bump & Grind Auto Body - Merrill Bartlett Group Inc. - Clean-Right Janitorial Svc. - Desjardins Landscaping – Dingo Creative - Doggett Jewelry - Estabrook’s Garage - Father & Son Construction - Fiorello & Migliori - Folsom Promotions - Ganz Law Office –Gibbs Construction –Hamel Law Firm - Haverhill Bank - Healey, Deshaies, Gagliardi & Woefel –Highland Family Dental -James F. Mullen Co. –Journeay Insurance –ICBA Securities –Koch Architects –Lisa’s Prime Painting - LPO Marketing Communications –Lowell Five Cents Savings –McDougall & Duval - McInnis Auctions –Merrimac Fam! ily Chiropractic - Moulaison Auto Repair –NewBama Steel - Newburyport Five Cent Savings - Newton Greenhouse –Newton Glass & Garage Door –Northern Essex Fuel Corp. -Pentucket Bank - Regnante, Serio & Osborne LLP –Rhythm Café- Stark & Cronk Heating –S. & R. Construction - Atty. Sumner Kalman –Trisha & Bill McCarthy –Victory Fuel.
For more information about the Newton Historical Society, we encourage people to visit www.newton-nh.gov and click on “Useful Links”.
Bill Landry, President
Newton Historical Society