Friends of the Society
The Society would like to thank the following people and organizations for their support.
Debbie Kenny, Our Web Designer
We are immensely grateful to Ms. Debbie Kenny for the development of the prototype of this website. Ms. Kenny has both intensive and extensive electronic media experience and is the Director of Sales and Marketing at Virtual High School. Visit her at www.govhs.org and see her profile at http://www.linkedin.com/in/debbiekenny.
Our apple pies are become a tradition for our Harvest Fair and we would not be able to offer them without the generosity of the following farms who donated the apples this year:
Arcadian Farms, 200 Norfolk St. Holliston
Brookfield Orchards, 12 Lincoln Rd. North Brookfield
Dowse Orchards, 98 North Main St. Sherborn
Highland Farm, 635 Highland St. Holliston
Lanni Orchard, 294 Chase Rd. Lunenburg
Out Post Farm, 300 Prentice St. Holliston
Harvest Fair Donations
The Holliston Historical Society's 32nd Annual Harvest Fair was a tremendous success, thanks in no small part to the local businesses who contributed to our Silent Auction. Please join us in thanking them for their generous support:
Coastal Mountain Railroad
We'd like to extend our appreciation for their time and efforts for our Annual Train Show . Please take a moment to visit their website http://www.trainweb.org/coastalmountain/ .
The Holliston Newcomers Club
We are grateful to the Holliston Newcomer’ Club for their generosity in awarding several grants to our Society over the years. Please take a moment to see the other ways that the Newcomers invest in our community by visiting their website www.hollistonnewcomers.org
Waushakum Live Steamers
Live steam is the ultimate in model railroading, and the folks at Waushakum Live Steamers of Holliston will simply astound you. We thank them for their support and efforts for helping to make our Annual Train Show a success! Please take a moment to visit their website www.steamingpriest.com