The community of volunteers participating in this historic project want to thank the following groups and organizations for their generous contributions. The progress made to date would not have been possible without funding and support from:
Stitchers, Large 18th Century Tapestry (Mary Ann, Sheryn, Debbie, Bettie, Eleanor, Sally and Joy) and individuals who stitched on the 18th Century individuals panels (Vicki Aube, Doris Muller-Burton, Janet Rotoli, Jean Russo, Renate Shelton and Katie Williams)
And a special thank you to
…Historic Annapolis Foundation for its support of, and partnership for, the 18th Century Tapestries 2012 Exhibit at the Historic Annapolis Museum, 99 Main Street, Annapolis MD;
…David Shelton, a native of Nova Scotia and then employee of the City of Annapolis, who helped facilitate the 2005 official City Delegation visit to Sister City Annapolis Royal for that city’s 400th Natal Day Celebration where we first saw, and learned about, the Heritage Tapestries of Annapolis Royal;
…former Mayor Ellen Moyer, under whose Administration this project began, for her encouragement and support during the early stages; and
…Pamela Cole Finlay, member of the 300 Charter Celebration Committee of Annapolis, for her help in securing the seed money to begin this project.