Keep on voting!
The Paragon Carousel in Hull, Mass., is currently tied for first place with Old Salem Town Hall, in the competition to win a $100,000 restoration grant.
As previously noted, Partners in Preservation will award ten $100,000 restoration grants. They’ve asked the general public to vote on which sites are the most deserving. Right now, the Carousel has 11% of the votes along with Old Salem Town Hall.
But don’t let this early surge in support die out. The competition for the grants runs through May 17th. Vote early and vote often!
4 thoughts on “Paragon Carousel leading the race toward $100,000 grant!”
I voted for the Pargon Carousel as I believe it is a treasure worth saving.
I don’t know if you were aware of this but you can vote as many times per day as you want. The Preservation website limits you to one vote per login per day. You can continue to register and vote as often as possible. The site didn’t even require a valid email address. Just put anything in there with aol.com, hotmail.com, yahoo.com, etc at the end and the site will accept it. I voted about 50 times today for the carousel before I got tired.
over and over and over again
I think the Salem Old Town Hall people are already doing this. Spread the word and good luck!
I wish to vote for the grant fo the carousel.It is a wonderful place for children and their parents, grandparents to ride a thrill from yesteryear.
Most of the people that are voting for the Salem Old Town Hall have never been to Salem!! Internet carpetbaggers! Read about what they are doing here…
Let’s organize and defeat them!