Nominate outstanding historic preservation projects for honor

January 25, 2011

By Staff

The people responsible for preserving the past could receive some recognition in the near future.

The state Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation seeks notable people, organizations and projects for the 21st Annual Awards for Outstanding Achievements in Historic Preservation.

The agency recognizes recipients during a ceremony in May — National Historic Preservation Month.

Participants can nominate people, organizations and projects in one of the following categories: historic preservation planning, historic property rehabilitation projects, career achievement, public education, stewardship, special achievement and media.

Nominations must be postmarked or submitted to the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation by 5 p.m. March 4.

Find the nomination form at the agency website. Or call Russell Holter at 360-586-3533 or e-mail to learn more.

The awards ceremony — sponsored by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation — is May 3. The event takes place at the Capitol.

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