Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Nominees Sought For Historic Preservation Awards

AARCH color logo IIAdirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) seeks nominations for its 2013 Historic Preservation awards. The organization looks to recognize sensitive restoration and rehabilitative efforts consistent with its mission of longterm stewardship. Projects, large and small, completed in the Adirondack region during the past two years are eligible for consideration.

AARCH is a nonprofit historic preservation organization that was formed in 1990 with a mission to promote better public understanding, appreciation and stewardship of the Adirondacks’ unique and diverse architectural heritage. This year’s award ceremony will be held September 30, 2013, at the Lake Clear Lodge and Retreat, at Lake Clear, New York.

Last year’s honorees included:

Larry Marnes, for the Mooers Junction Train Station
R. Peter Clarke and the Community Association, for the Paradox Community Center (former Paradox Schoolhouse)
Town of Brighton, for Brighton Town Hall
Willsboro Heritage Society, for Willsboro Heritage Center (former Champlain National Bank)
Save Our Schoolhouse, for Adirondack Exhibit Center (former Star Lake Schoolhouse)
Alexander Michael, for Lewis Missile Silo

To nominate a project, or for more information on the program and a list of additional past winners, go to the AARCH website, or call AARCH at 834-9328.


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