Diamond (Gifts of at Least $10,000)
Emerald (Gifts of at least $5,000)
Ernie Gralia III
Woronoco Savings Bank
Ruby (Gifts of at least $2,500)
Sapphire (Gifts of at least $1,000)
East Longmeadow Chamber of Commerce
John and Cleta Norcross
$1,600 per year, $8,000 for five year total:
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Carr
Ernest Gralia III and Family
$535 per year, $2,675 five year total:
Peter and Sheryl Fessenden
Merle and Dean Safford
Judie and Connie Wiezbicki
$500 per year, $2,500 five year total:
Philip and Barbara Ernst
Karen Marsian and Kevin Sweeney
Mass Mutual matching grant
$400 per year, $2,000 five year total:
James and Sandra Davis
Ronald and Mary Turnberg
Michael and Teresa Potito
$270 per year, $1,350 five year total:
James and Ruth Connor
John and Jeane Connor
$250 per year, $1,250 five year total:
James and Cheryl Sheils
$200 per year, $1,000 five year total:
A. W. Brown
John and Ann Moulton
Big Wind Corp.
$100 per year, $500 five year total:
Matthew and Dana Bean
John L. Bonavita
Sandra and Peter Burns
Ralph and Ann Butler
Christine and Mark Callahan
John and Barbara Claffey
John and Dorothy Dineen
David and Joann Dirico
Richard J. Feffer
Albert and Susan Grimaldi
Richard and Gloria Hammond
H.G. and Marjorie Haunton
Donald and Nancy Heath
Willian and Bonnie Hill
Knights of Columbus, #4306
Thomas and Beth-Ann Latsko
Stephen and Gail Manning
Raymond and Foy Miller
Frank and Naomi Mitchell
Thelma Ratner Trust
Laura Failla Reilly
Norman and Marilyn Richards
Drs. Scannell and Hollinger
Alvin and Ellie Seligman
Sidney and Dawn Starks
Robert and Beverly Steele
Harry and Ruth Swanson
Chester and Edith Sweeney
Daniel and Mary Swords
Concetta and Michael Torcia
Richard and Gayle Turnberg
Sherry & Neil Williams
Donations of Service and Materials
Graziano Brothers Landscaping Service
John C. Otto Company
Rocky's Ace Hardware
Peter Fessenden II, Webmaster
Tom Connor and Hampden County Corrections Crew
Tony Fazio, construction equipment and labor
Ernie Gralia II, construction supervision
Sandra Burns, interior decoration
Threatened with demolition, the home was saved from demolition in 2003 by a non-profit preservation group. This united effort by many citizens of East Longmeadow and their friends continues today.
The Norcross Center, Inc. of East Longmeadow, a nonprofit corporation, has taken on the steps toward Restoration and Preservation. The ultimate goal is the creation of a historical research and education complex at the Norcross House, called the Norcross Center. It will complement the Museum and Commision Headquarters House, and nearby Library.
The Norcross Center today is used for a variety of events. Arts and crafts galleries, parties, historical education, and receptions are to name a few.
Saturday, Sept 22, 9:00am to 3:00pm, Flea Market/Barn Sale with crafters in the House and the sale of antiques and collectibles in the Carriage House.
Saturday, November 17, 9:00am to 3:00pm, Annual wreath and craft fair. The NORCROSS has a following because of the fresh wreaths and the selection of large beautiful Christmas bows. Cemetery boxes will also be available.
Having A Gathering?
Birthday Celebration, Special Anniversary, Baby or Bridal Shower, Family Reunion, Book Group Meeting, Graduation, Jack and Jill or any other special gathering of family, friends or business associates?
Our historical complex includes a spacious two-story home and a newly renovated Carriage House. Ample parking is located onsite or across the street.
Call 525-1122 to talk to our rental agent and schedule a preview of the Center.
Consider this unique space for your special event.