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2012 BARN QUILT CALENDARS

Neversink Renaissance Releases Fourth Annual Calendar

November 14, 2011

[GRAHAMSVILLE] – Neversink Renaissance has released its Barn Quilts of Neversink 2012 Calendar depicting historic barns during the various seasons of the year.  This is the fourth year in a row that Town of Neversink residents have photographed barn quilts placed on the town’s barns by local volunteers. 

 

This year’s calendar also celebrates the grand opening of the new addition to the Daniel Pierce Library and the Time in the Valleys Museum.  This is the culmination of the efforts of hundreds of volunteers, the support of countless area businesses and contractors, and the enthusiasm of a community that had a dream ten years ago to construct a state-of-the-art library and museum. 

 

Calendars are available at the NeversinkTown Hall, the Daniel Pierce Library and the Time in the Valley’s Museum at a cost of $7.00.  Proceeds will go the Tri-Valley Little League and future town beautification projects.  As a special incentive, those purchasing three calendars at these locations will get one free. 

 

Calendars may also be ordered by mail at: Neversink Renaissance, PO Box 307, Grahamsville, NY 12740.  With shipping, the cost is $9.00 for one; or $17.00 for two.  Checks should be made payable to Neversink Renaissance. 

 

To download the order form, go to www.townofneversink.org.  For more information call the town hall at 845-985-7685.

 

Neversink Renaissance is one of the projects supported by Sullivan Renaissance, a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation.  For information about Sullivan Renaissance, go to www.sullivanrenaissance.org.