FBH

Friends of the Blue Hills Annual Celebration
Thursday, October 4, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Canton Town Club, 300 Bailey Street, Canton

Please join us for the Annual Celebration of the Friends of the Blue Hills on Thursday, October 4.  This is the best opportunity all year to support the Friends of the Blue Hills – and the Blue Hills!  You’ll have a wonderful time celebrating the Blue Hills with others who love the park.  Join us and hear all that we’ve accomplished together over the past year!

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Our Keynote Speaker will be Ellen Berkland, Staff Archaeologist for the Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Blue Hills Reservation

Your rivers guard our ancient names. Your mountains are our monuments. (Lincoln Newton Kinnicutt, 1905)

Ellen P. Berkland, M.A., R.P.A., has been a practicing professional archaeologist in New England for over 30 years.  Before joining the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) as staff archaeologist, Ellen served as the Boston City Archaeologist for 15 years, and prior to that tenure, worked on almost all of the Big Dig archaeological campaigns. Ellen helps the public understand the rich history of people who lived before us.  She helps protect evidence of these people – and other cultural resources – that lie buried beneath half a million acres of land in the Commonwealth.

Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, silent auction and much more! Tickets are $35 each if purchased by October 1 and $40 each at the door.
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Help acknowledge and honor our Community Partner Awardees!

Ben Houston and Jessica Baumgart

Jeremy Comeau

Melissa Nelson

John Erickson/Sunrise Erectors

 

Please consider becoming a sponsor of the Friends of the Blue Hills Annual Celebration… your donation will help underwrite the cost of the event – and Support the Blue Hills!

Sponsorship Levels 

  • $3,500-$5,000 Blue Hills Champion: At this level, you will receive (i) six tickets to the Annual Celebration; (ii) name or company logo on the FBH website and on all four newsletters; (iii) name or company logo on promotional materials displayed prior to the event; (iv) recognition at the event; and (v) company “Community Service Day” for up to 25 employees, guided hike, trail maintenance, and lunch included.
  • $1,000-$3,499 Skyline Trail Supporter:  At this level, you will receive (i) four  tickets to the Annual Celebration; (ii) name or company logo on the FBH website and on all four newsletters; (iii) name or company logo on promotional materials displayed prior to the event; and (iv) recognition at the event.
  • $350-$999 Great Blue Hill Guardian:  At this level, you will receive (i)  two tickets to the Annual  Celebration; (ii) name on the website and on all four newsletters; and (iii) recognition at the event.
  • $100-$349 Buck Hill Benefactor: At this level, you will receive (i) one ticket to the Annual Celebration; (ii) name in the newsletter; and (iii) recognition at the event.

Image courtesy of Robert Peters Jr., Mashpee Wampanoag Artist

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