Founded 1972 - 206 School St., Putnam CT 06260 - tel: 860-963-0092
2018-2019 Annual Appeal Brochure
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Cady Copp Cottage Restoration Project
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The Aspinock Historical Society would like to thank The Last Green Valley for their assistance in securing a grant and also all those who donated to our Annual Appeal fund raising drive!
Aspinock Seeks $15k for Cady Copp and Boxcar
PUTNAM TOWN CRIER - August 23, 2018
PUTNAM - The Aspinock Historical Society of Putnam recently announced its Annual Appeal campaign, “Preserving the Past and Planning for the Future.”
The goal is to raise $15,000. Proceeds will be used to continue Phase 2 of renovating the Cady Copp cottage to make it safe for the public to view and a step in creating a museum of Putnam’s oldest home. Continual maintenance of the Gertrude Warner Boxcar Children’s Museum is also a goal of the Appeal.
With the new David McCullough book, The Pioneers, now flying off the shelves, the importance of a few of Putnam's many influential historical figures is spreading worldwide!
Come, see and hear what these folks who grew up in East Putnam and who were tutored in the Cady-Copp Cottage did to influence the United States of America's history.
Look for the signs and balloons on Route 21 (aka Liberty Highway),
just north of the Hurry Hill Rd/Aspinock Rd intersection, or
just south of the Heritage Rd/5 Mile River Rd intersection