We would also like to thank the following local restaurants for their generous time and effort for putting on what the drivers described as the best lunch in the history of this project.Of course, we will include Karen Cook and Rosie Werner for making the lunch area so beautiful and organized. They are: Ale House and Barking Dog, Cider Hill Farm, Amesbury Sports Park, Flatbread Company, Good Gracious! Goodies and more, Phat Cats, Restaurant Molise, Maggie Sundae, Cherry Bomb Ice Cream.
Thank you to our VIP’s for taking time out of their busy schedules to represent this community: Congressmen John Tierney; Mayor Thatcher Kezer; The Provident Bank President and CEO Charlie Cullen; former Mayor Nick Costello.
Thank you to Bart Bailey for providing his electric car and carriage.
The team at Amesbury Community Television, Russ Monroe, Tony Noon, Pat Clifford and special guest Andrew Ghezzi, you truly went above and beyond.
We were so happy to have the Molly Bish center from Anna Maria College be a part of this event performing their Child ID program.
We also want to express endless gratitude to all the city officials, the mayor, the Amesbury Police Department, the Department of Public Works and again the countless volunteers and blood, sweat and tears that went into this event being such a wonderful success.
A very heartfelt thank-you to Win Damon and Amesbury’s biggest cheerleader, Peter Hoyt. Thank you gentlemen for braving the elements and hosting such a wonderful day.
And last, but certainly not least, I want to thank the chamber staff and committee Chairman Matt Sherrill for their countless hours, dedication and hard work to make this happen.
There are truly not enough words in the thesaurus to express the amount of thanks required for all the people that came together for this. Amesbury truly showed what a wonderful community it is and we are so happy to be a part of it.
Executive director, Amesbury Chamber of Commerce