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Partners & Sponsors

Our sponsors and volunteers deserve special recognition for their support.
We would not have come this far without your help. 

Grants Received

The National Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR, has recently awarded a $10,000 grant to help stabilize and repair Cumberland's roof.

Santiam Chapter Regent Esther Hillary, with the support of State Regent Donna Dial, was a key player in the process.

Thank you!

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Restore Oregon

$3,500 to be used to Complete architectural concept design


Linn County Cultural Coalition

$730 to be used for Community event programs


Kinsman Foundation

$10,000 to be used for  preparation & new foundation


Pacific Power Foundation

$3,500 to be used for Window restoration


Special Thanks - Friends of the Cumberland

 South Albany H.S. Ascend

May Yih

Bill Ryals

Sharon Konopa


West Albany Rhythmix Capella

Katy Allaback

Calapooia Celtic Connection

Emma Downtown

Calapooia M.S. A Capella

String Therapy 

Monteith House 

Jeff McMahon

Linda Modrell

Maple Lawn School

Athena Nofziger RDN, LD

Waverly Preschool

Circle Celebrations 

Oregon Old Time Fiddlers

The Natty Dresser

We would love to include you on this page!

Thanks to a group of hard-working, determined volunteers, the Cumberland was prepared for its move to the new site.  They contributed more than 200 hours over five plus weeks,  clearing the basement, installing protection on the windows and removing peeling paint from the exterior.

 Debris from the basement filled three 30-yard dumpsters. Salvaged items were donated to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore (the Cumberland’s new neighbor).


Pictured left to right: Greg Ashbeck, Rich Catlin, Dave Smith.
(Not pictured: Gail Ashbeck, Camron Settlemier and project coordinator, Joel Orton)

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