Eve Herrington, HTTM Board Member--Secretary and Volunteer-- in the doorway of the Threshing Barn before opening to public and ribbon before being cut.
Bob Veleker--First President of HTTM Board, currently the Director of Endless Mountains Heritage Region
Richard Swenson of Ulster, PA our Blacksmith
Pam Mawhiney, HTTM Board President Greeting, Thanking everyone and introducing one of the speakers PA State Rep. Tina Picket.
Ribbon Cutting--1--(Bob Veleker behind Lorraine Lewis and Clint Fudge was taking pictures.)
Ribbon Cutting--Final--In this picture Ruth Harvey in the back right of Dale seems to be hidden.
A State Rep. Tina Picket sharing about Bill Ralph and his visits to her office to discuss the starting of HTTM.
left to right front row...Eve Herrington, Pam Mawhiney, PA State Rep. and HTTM board member Tina Picket Lorraine Lewis, Esther Welden, Pat Hilts, Nancy Schrader Bradford Co Commisioner.
Back row, Lynn Priestner, Frank Rowe, Clint Fudge Dale Dunn, Ruth Harvey,
taking picture was Bob Veleker--first President of HTTM
Original Board Members present were: Frank Rowe, Tina Picket, Lynn Preistner, Bob Veleker, Patricia Hilts.
Absent Current Board Members were: Kimberly Brown and Tom Knisely..
Display of the Hand Spun and Natural Dyed Yarns of Esther Welden
Pat Hilts at loom
Bob Veleker Speaking
Group in the new area of the Threshing Barn after the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
with Rug weavers Ed and Muriel Watts of Owego, NY
Note from the President:
It is with overwhelming appreciation I give thanks to all who spent thousands of hours working behind the scenes and on the Home Textile Tool Museum proper to prepare for our 7th season in 2006. We thank the Volunteers, Craftspeople*, Donors, Patrons, Contractors who have give generously to support HTTM.
Our gift Corner is generously supplied with appropriate items that are 100% by donated crafts, books by authors, Interweave Press, HGA, and local Craftspeople. All monies go directly to support HTTM. If you have any questions contact Lorraine Lewis -- email@example.com or mail information to the Home Textile Tool Museum, P O Box 153, Rome, PA 18837 --Attn: Lorraine Lewis