While John McClelland was visiting Troy he stopped at the museum and thought it would abe nice if there was an artificial horse in the carriage house. While traveling around Pennsylvania, he found one.
Joie Brasington donated money from the quilt raffle the museum is conducting, and along with donations from John McClelland and Terry and Debbie Lutz, the museum was able to purchase the horse.
Terry and Debbie Lutz also went downstate to pick the horse up and deliver it to the museum.
Stop by the carriage house and see the new addition and help to name him. Drop your choice in the box with a donation. The name will be chosen after the festival by a committee from the museum.
Joie Brasington made a 1930’s quilt to raffle off at the festival. It is made from feedbag fabric reproduction prints. The pattern is Snowball and Nine-Square Patch. Be sure to take a chance on winning this beautiful quilt.