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Join Preservation Massachusetts on Thursday, November 8
for our annual fall event,
Believe in Preservation
at Tuckerman Hall in Worcester
The evening will feature the public presentation of the 2012 Massachusetts Most Endangered Historic Resources List, a program which brings more attention, inspiration and hopefully, movement toward preservation success for the properties.
The event will also feature the our annual Community Spirit Awards, honoring groups whose work, dedication and experience is a wonderful source of insipiraton for others taking preservation projects in their own communitiies.
Light refreshments and a cash bar will be available, along with a fabulous oppurtunity to network, socialize and connect with many preservationists from across the state.
RSVP today and we look forward to seeing you on November 8th!*
Preservation Massachusetts is pleased to host Believe in Preservation in partnership with:
Worcester County Mechanics Association
The Worcester Historical Commission
Historical Society of Watertown
*Please RSVP separately for each person attending, in order for us to have an accurate registration list and name tags. You do NOT need to print tickets, your name on the registration list is sufficient. If you encounter problems, please call us at 617-723-3383.
About Preservation Massachusetts: Founded in 1985, Preservation Massachusetts is the statewide non-profit organization that actively promotes the preservation of historic buildings and landscapes as a positive force for economic development and the retention of community character. Preservation Massachusetts leads the way for the Commonwealth through legislative initiatives, reaching out across the State, educating our partners, building partnerships, networking, and events.
Visit our website at www.preservationmass.org
For directions and parking information, please visit Tuckerman Hall's website.
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Preservation Massachusetts is the statewide non-profit historic preservation organization dedicated to preserving the Commonwealth's historic and cultural heritage. Preservation Massachusetts, originally called Historic Massachusetts, Inc., was established in 1985 by citizens concerned with preserving our heritage. In 1989, Preservation Massachusetts allied with the Architectural Conservation Trust and the Massachusetts Association of Olmsted Parks to strengthen advocacy for our state’s valuable historic resources: our neighborhoods, buildings and landscapes.
Today, Preservation Massachusetts works in partnership with national, state and local preservation organizations and individuals across the Commonwealth to preserve our heritage.