On Friday September 20, Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation hosted a reception celebrating the 10th anniversary of Pathways of History and the restored farmhouse. The 3 founding members, Jennifer Coultas was recognized by Sheriff James Gannon, Gretchen Longo was recognized by Freeholder Director Doug Cabana, Gretchen Longo and Donna West and the publications team was recognized by the League of Historical Societies of New Jersey.
A Freeholders Resolution, Sherriff resolution, and a joint resolution from NJ Assembly were presented and Mayor Tom Andes welcomed all with Denville Proclamation.
“This was our first event in the farmhouse. Over 60 pathways participants and elected officials attended. The three founding members and the tenth anniversary were recognized and celebrated with Resolutions and Proclamations and the newly finished first level floors were a delight to our guests.” Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation President Sue Schmidt said.