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DONORS to Restore Handsell Project
2006 – 2017

It take a Village to restore a house……

 WE WISH TO RECOGNIZE Individuals and Organizations WHO HAVE GIVEN  IN ANY SINGLE DONATION (as of April 1, 2017)

AT THE FOLLOWING LEVELS

TO THE RESTORE HANDSELL OR CHICONE VILLAGE PROJECT  (for foundation grant funding–scroll below)

Restorers Level  ($1000 and over)

Page Insley Austin

Jeanne and Bruce Bernard

John Bristow

Craig’s Drug Store, window sponsor 

Dorchester Ruritan Club

Hebron Savings Bank, Chicone Village Project Sponsor

Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Ingersoll

Robert and Mary Lou MacDonald

Bernard H. Panzenhagen and Jocelyn D. Panzenhagen

John T. Sener and Priscilla B. Morris

Robert W. Sweet and Karen Meyerhoff Sweet

Veterans of Foreign Wars # 7460

Margaret Webb

Patron Level  ($500 and up)

Lee Ellen Griffith

Ellen Q. and Robert L. Higgins

William H. Jennings

Stanley and Loretta Kowalsky

Beth Ann and James S. Lynch

Jill and Jack Meyerhoff

Tom Meyerhoff

Susan and Edward Middleton

Madeline and Alton Scavo

Dale and Michael Schrader

Jennifer Stanley

J.W. Thompson Webb

Cabin Creek Animal Hospital

Foundation Grants ($1000 plus)

   

DAR-General P. Benson Chapter

The Vaughan W. Brown Trust, Chicone Village Project

AON Foundation
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The National and Maryland Societies of Colonial Wars, Restoration Fund

Chesapeake Conservancy

William H. Hanks Trust, Landscape and Nature Fund

WE WISH TO ALSO THANK THOSE WHO HAVE DONATED SERVICES  or IN KIND PRODUCTS TO

THE EFFORT TO RESTORE HANDSELL:

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 Canvasback Restaurant     *     Harman Septic Care     *     Rob Davis, CPA     *     John W. Tieder, Inc.     *      The Copy Shoppe     *

Michael Bourne, architectural historian    *

NRG Energy    *    David Harp, photography    *    Gary Dodge of Dodge Doors     *  T’s Divine Sweets

Robert Collison, attorney    *      Seven Pines Forge – Ted Ferringer, Blacksmith

Bernie Dryden of Cambridge Wine and Spirits           

Margaret W. Ingersoll, artist

plus all our incredible volunteers for their valuable time and talent!

 

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