Article Date: May 1st, 2012
Category: Heritage Briefs
On May 15, 2012, Historic Seattle hosts its fourth Annual Historic Preservation Awards ceremony at Good Shepherd Center, a community asset saved, preserved and renovated by Historic Seattle.
University of Washington Architecture Professor Jeffrey Ochsner will introduce the 2012 Preservation Award recipients, who include: Mary Olson Farm/Best Restoration Project, Christ Our Hope Church/Best Rehabilitation Project, Pacific Science Center/Exemplary Steardship; Voluntee Park Seattle Landmark Designation/Community Advocacy, Michael Malone/Community Investment; Red Mill Totem ;House/Preserving Neighborhood Character; The Future Remembered/Heritage Education Publication; and Paul Dorpat/Living Landmark. The event will include music, refreshments, and a presentation by former Historic Seattle Executive Director (and current AKCHO board president) John Chaney on the stewardship challenges and successes over 35 years of ownership. To make your reservation for this evening, register here or call 206-622-6952.