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Supporters of Shirley Meeting House appreciate your help!

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On behalf of the Shirley Meeting House, I would like to thank the following local businesses for contributing to the preservation of the Meeting House by making generous donations during our 2016-2017 Business Partners Fund Raising Campaign:

Ampac Enterprises, Law Office of Thomas A. Gibbons, Anderson Family Funeral Homes, Majestic Painting, Arthur F. Eddy, DMD, Mitrano Removal Services, Bemis Associates, My Mechanic, Bigelow Plumbing and Heating, Nikopoulos Insurance, Bill’s Auto Repair, North Middlesex Savings Bank, Bull Run Restaurant, NorthStar Construction, Closets by Design, Noyes Insurance Agencies, DNA Construction, Phoenix Bar and Grill, Electrology and Laser by June Allen, Phoenix Park, Fidelity Bank, Piccolino Restaurant, GMP Piping , Quality Graphics, H.M. Flagg Tree Service, Shin’s Shirley Cleaners, Hyde, Poor and Associates, Shirley Animal Clinic, Keystone Properties Real Estate, Shirley Package Store, Krauchune and Associates, Shirley Rod and Gun Club.

Recent preservation projects have included extensive work on the Meeting House exterior including restoration of the bell tower with installation of a new cupola roof, balustrade and reproduction weathervane to replace the original.

Our next project is handicapped-accessibility, to bring the Meeting House into compliance with state and federal requirements while preserving its historic character. Included will be access to the front entrance and main hall and a handicapped-accessible bathroom. Due to begin in 2017, this project is supported by matching grants received from the Massachusetts Cultural Council Facilities Fund and Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area.

In addition to our business partners, we also wish to thank all of our members and the many individual donors whose support makes our work possible. With your help, we will continue to maintain and preserve this wonderful building to ensure it remains a vibrant part of the Shirley community for generations to come.

Ron Banay

resident

Shirley Meeting House