We were thrilled to unveil the Cure Porch on Wheels in Saturday's Winter Carnival Gala Parade. Our thanks to our friend and driver who makes it all possible, Earl Gardner. And thanks to the many friends, including some of our founding members of Historic Saranac Lake who joined in the fun, riding and marching as cave people -- Andy Rawdon, Sarah Clarkin, Sunita Halasz, Alison Riley-Clark, Amy Jones, Melissa and Aine Kline, Jim Meade, Marty Rowley and his young helpers: Lake, Djuna, and Amelia, Betsy Minehan, Natalie Leduc, Caroline Welsh, Mary Hotaling, Dot Fobare, and Chris Brescia.
Be on the lookout for the Cure Porch on Wheels in the coming year. Not only will we be using it as our oral history booth, we will also share it with the community for a variety of creative purposes -- an art studio, a stage set, a radio broadcasting booth, an exhibit space, a workshop, a classroom...? How will you use the porch?
Visit cureporchonwheels.org to learn more about this project!
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THANK YOU Cure Porch on Wheels Supporters!
We want to give a HUGE thank you to everyone who made the Cure Porch on Wheels possible! Without your construction skills, design expertise, towing assistance, monetary support, and more, this project would not have been possible. We look forward to putting the final touches on the Porch and bringing it to a location near you soon!
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