Our Hometown Colebrook

No one knows your hometown like you.

Established: 1762 or 1796 (disputed)
Location: Coos County, North Country
Population: 2,300
Name: Originally named Dryden, after the English poet; renamed for chair of East India Company
Notable: Great North Woods, The Tillotson Center for Visual & Performing Arts
Try it: Starting from Colebrook, you can visit Maine, Vermont and Canada all in the same day

Major funding for OUR HOMETOWN: COLEBROOK provided by Tillotson North Country Foundation, Inc. & Samuel P. Hunt Foundation Challenge Grant

Additional Support Provided by: AutoNorth, Granite Bank, Daniel Hebert, Inc., Colebrook Country Club, LaPerle's IGA, L.L. Cote,  Kheops International, Inc., North Country Chamber of Commerce, Bear Rock Suites, Cité Écologique Learning Center, Lancaster Eye Care, North Country Health Consortium, Sunny Valley Creations, White Mountain Distributors, Tuckerman Brewing Company, and Waystack Frizzell Trial Lawyers

Colebrook Community Partners: Elizabeth Ball, Nancy Biron, Stephen Brooks, Richard Adams Carey, Julie Colby, Lorna Colquhoun, Bonnie Gifford Stevenson, Sylvia Goodrum, Dan Gorham, Bud Hulse, Sean Hurley, Aline "Ginger" Jannenga, Charlie Jordan, Rob Maxwell, Becky Merrow, Lori Morann, Jimmy & Vicki Salonia, Anne Sullivan, Edith Tucker, Susan Zizza, Colebrook Area Historical Society, Tillotson Center for the Arts, The Colebrook Chronicle, Coos County Democrat, The News & Sentinel


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