Furnace Town will continue to offer interpretive program
SNOW HILL— Harrison Senior Living, with locations in Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania, is supporting The Spinner’s House located at Furnace Town in Snow Hill.
Through supporters such as Harrison House of Snow Hill and John B. Parsons Assisted Living, Furnace Town is able to continue telling the story of the Nassawango Iron Furnace. The interpretive program allows the artisans to share their skills and provide an enjoyable educational experience for over 10,000 visitors a year. Without regional support the museum would not be able to continue to share the rich history and heritage of the area.
Harrison Senior Living is a family owned and operated healthcare community offering services for more than 40 years. The company serves approximately 500 residents and employs approximately 600 people.
Harrison House of Snow Hill has been serving the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia for over 30 years.The John B. Parsons Assisted Living Community is recognized as a pioneer of assisted living facilities on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The community has served seniors in the Salisbury area for over 100 years. As part of the Harrison Senior Living family, the John B. Parsons Assisted Living Community accommodates residents in a mansion on landscaped grounds. Visit www.harrisonseniorliving.com for more information.