Full barn for Colby fundraiser
Harry Isbrucker’s barn in Ogden was the site of a very successful fundraiser for the Colby-Curtis Museum last Saturday evening. Over two hundred people attended the mechoui dinner and barn dance, most staying until the big bonfire at the end. “We served two hundred and twenty meals and people were dancing until midnight. I’d like to thank the
North Country Swingers for their square dancing demonstration, Classic Boulevard for the great music, Perry Hodge who cooked the mechoui, Bleu Lavande for their neighbourly help, and Harry Isbrucker for the use of his beautiful barn. Everyone was dancing and laughing, really having a lot of fun. It was a magical evening,” said Chloe Southam, the Director and Curator of the museum.
The Stanstead Historical Society welcomes new members and is looking for people who are interested in volunteering at the museum. For more information call 819 876-7322.
Ross Murray and Debbie Bishop, museum volunteers, tend the bar with Board member Paul Amos standing by.