Carver Historical Commission Open House A Success

On Thursday, May 23rd, the Registry hosted the Town of Carver Historical Commission for the Opening Ceremony of an “Exhibit of Carver Historical Artifacts” from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The well attended event brought Carver town officials, Historical Commission members and members of the public together to see historical artifacts displayed in our “Settlements of Plymouth County” display case and many new additions to our Plymouth County Registry of Deeds Notable Land Record Collection.

Connie Shaw, Chairman; Peg Blackwell, Vice Chairman; Barbara Butler, Clerk; Jan Tracey, Treasurer and Members: Sylvia Best,  Jason Pecorelli and Russell Mazilli of the Carver Historical Commission organized the artifacts in the display case and contributed six new additions to our Notable Land Records Collection. These items remain on display at our Plymouth office at 50 Obery Street.

Congressional Aide Michael Jackman welcomed guests on behalf of Congressman Bill Keating and Connie Shaw, Historical Commission Chairman, Selectmen Richard Ward and Sarah Hewins spoke on behalf of the residents of Carver and were appreciative of the opportunity to provide employees, attorneys, title examiners and the public who visit the registry the chance to learn about Carver’s great and colorful history.

An operational tour of the registry was provided along with refreshments, including a punch spiked appropriately by cranberry juice.  Home made baked goods were provided by the members of the Carver Historical Commission.