Adoption Stories

“The barn is the jewel of the Colby-Curtis Museum. We adopted the Stagecoach to honour Harry Isbrucker who did so much to bring it alive.”

 

— Claude Lagacé & Paul Bannerman (Bannerman Foundation)

“Both Penny and John have always lived in homes with impressive clocks and they are delighted to keep up this tradition with the adoption of the Porter Kimball clock.”

 

— Penny Packard & John Logan

“On June 1, 1963, Terri Harrison’s parents, Sandra Harrison (née Wallace) and Homer Harrison, crossed the Narrows Bridge on their way to be married. The Narrows Bridge remains strong and true and symbolizes exceptional work, highly valued by the co-founders and team at tap Strategy & HR Consulting.”

 

— Terri (Theresa) Harrison & Bruce Weippert from tap Strategy & HR Consulting

“The members of Golden Rule Lodge No. 5, a Stanstead institution since 1803, are pleased to support the work and mission of the Stanstead Historical Society and the Colby-Curtis Museum. We salute your efforts to preserve and promote our local history!”

 

— Golden Rule Lodge No. 5, Stanstead

“Terence Hawes Financial Services Inc. is pleased to support the cultural, historical, and charitable organizations of the Three Villages, a community he has been a part of for over forty years.”

 

— Terence Hawes Financial Services Inc.

“This ledger belonged to our 7th Great-Grandfather Daniel Curtis who came to Canada in 1800 with his wife Mary Aikin and settled in Stanstead East, Quebec.”

 

— Keira & Rya Curtis