One of the most special events of the year at the American Textile History Museum took place Friday evening March 28th at the Museum’s Gazebo Cafe, the 2008 President’s Dinner.
The evening was a celebration to honor those special supporters of the Museum who give so much because they deeply believe in the importance of textile history and what ATHM represents.
These caring people unselfishly give their time, their money and their spirit to perpetuate what began more than 200 years ago with revolutionary Americans.
They are in many respects the hearts and the souls of textiles. The Museum would not exist without them. We thank them and celebrate them.
Bill Gannett, Karl Spilhaus and Les Regenbogen
Sue Bunker, Fred Ward and Jane Dumais
Chris Rogers and Mary Stevens
Peggy Regenbogen and Connie Spilhaus
David Kroneberg, Bill Gannett and Craig Huff
John and Catherine Goodwin
Patrick & Kathleen Connerty
Nancy & Mike Oldershaw with Ruth Ward
Barbara Thun and Larry Ardito
Kim and Ted Anderson
Marisa Fagan Tescione, Linda Carpenter and Karen Herbaugh
Peg Coleman, Sue Bunker and Franki Kelly
Jim Coleman and Leonard Smith share a story
Michael & Anne Putziger
Win and Pauline Duke
Ed and Andy Stevens
Richard and Jane Dumais
Ann Huff and Nancy Gannett
David and Barbara Thun
Sam Rogers receives the Presidents Award for his long and unwavering support to the Museum
Jim Coleman a lighter moment
Nina Rogers, Sam Rogers, Chris Rogers and Jim Coleman celebrate Sam's award
THANK YOU SAM FOR YOUR MORE THAN 39 YEARS OF ENTHUSIASM, LEADERSHIP AND GENEROSITY.
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR UNWAVERING SUPPORT.