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Heritage Outlook Spring Newsletter April 2018

Heritage Outlook Spring Newsletter April 2018 Gourmet Gala – May 6th 2018 Please join us for the 34th Annual Gourmet Gala on Sunday, May 6th from 4-7pm!   Held once again at the beautiful and restored Excelsior located in downtown Lancaster, the Gourmet Gala is the longest-running gourmet food fundraiser in Lancaster County. All proceeds from…

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2017 Extraordinary Give

The Countdown is On! Support the Trust through the Extraordinary Give Every dollar of your generous tax-deductible contribution helps preserve the architectural heritage of Lancaster County.Click the button below to support the Trust.Thank you!! Click Here to Show Your Support

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2017 C. Emlen Urban Awards & Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is a time to come together as a community to honor and celebrate those who have made a large commitment to preservation in Lancaster County. Thursday, November 9, 2017 6:00-6:30PM – Live Pianist6:45PM – Annual Meeting Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvresCash Bar Guest Speaker Gregg ScottSenior Partnerat RLPS and FAIA Venue Lancaster County…

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2017 Preservation Award Nominations

The Trust’s annual meeting and awards banquet is held in November to honor Lancaster’s pre-eminent architect – C. Emlen Urban (1863 – 1939). We encourage you to nominate for an award a project or person that have contributed to the preservation of Lancaster County’s historic architecture and sites. Please check the appropriate category box below…

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Part of the Places2040 Team

We have joined the PLACES2040 team!  If you have not heard about their plan for the future of Lancaster County, it is time.     Listen to leaders around Lancaster, including our President Gary P. Klinger, talk about what we all can do to help their mission. “The job can’t be done just through our…

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Membership

In 2016 the Historic Preservation Trust is celebrating our 50th anniversary of working to preserve the historic sites and buildings of Lancaster County. Our County is far more urban, more developed and more metropolitan then it was in 1966 when the Trust was founded. Historic sites and buildings have never been more threatened than they…

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Nominations for 2016 C. Emlen Urban Award Winners

Historic buildings are more than just buildings with character; they are reminders of Lancaster County’s place in American history. When we lose historic buildings, we lose a piece of history. Each year the Trust gives awards to individuals and businesses for their dedication to historic preservation. The Trust will soon begin accepting nominations of individuals…

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