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Since 1985, Preservation Maryland has presented awards to individuals and organizations recognizing their exemplary contributions to preserving Maryland’s rich and diverse heritage. We are excited to announce the recipients of this year’s Historic Preservation Awards to be presented at our Annual Program on November 9, 2011.
The President’s Award, which recognizes exceptional leadership and commitment to preservation, will be awarded to the Azola Companies for their numerous restoration and adaptive re-use projects. The Society for the Preservation of Fell’s Point and Federal Hill will receive the Stewardship Award for their commendable care of historic Fell’s Point properties. This year’s Volunteer Award will be presented to J.O.K. Walsh for his research, documentation, and preservation of historic properties on the Eastern Shore and the Phoenix Award will recognize the Frederick Visitor Center as an excellent example of community revitalization through historic preservation.
Individuals, non-profit and for-profit organizations, and government agencies are eligible to receive Preservation Maryland’s Historic Preservation Awards which are presented at our November Annual Program. Please start to think about potential nominees for our 2012 Awards. Click here to learn more about the program and access a nomination form.
Thanks to all who nominated people, places and projects that have been and are making a difference in the preservation of our state’s history. Please plan to join us torecognize these worthy Award winners at our Annual Program on November 9th at the Maryland Club in Baltimore. Please contact me if you have any questions about Preservation Maryland’s Awards Program at 410-685-2886, x. 303 or email@example.com.
Congratulations to all of Preservation Maryland’s 2011 Historic Preservation Award Winners!
Preservation Services Director