Membership Drive Launched for the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County

Lancaster, PA – Individuals and companies are encouraged to become members of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County to support the organization’s on-going mission to preserve and protect Lancaster County’s rich historic and architectural character.

Historic Preservation Trust Installs Officers for 2012

Lancaster, PA – Steve Dietrich, the president and owner of Ville Painters, will begin serving his second year as president of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County in 2012. The Preservation Trust is the only volunteer organization in Lancaster County dedicated to protecting the county’s historically significant structures.

Trust Holds Annual Meeting, Awards Ceremony

On Wednesday evening, about 120 supporters of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County gathered at the Lancaster Country Club for the group’s annual meeting and awards ceremony. Two volunteer awards and five preservation awards were presented. Husband and wife Ron Funk and Nancy Bell received the Elvin N. Heisey Award for their leadership of…

“Preserve Our Past” Campaign to Protect Lancaster County Historic Landmarks

Lancaster, PA – Ten historically significant properties in Lancaster County have been identified by the Historic Preservation Trust as properties to watch and protect during 2012. Included among the properties is a 258 year-old farmstead with a direct connection to Pennsylvania founding father William Penn.

Historic Preservation Trust Releases Watch List for 2012

Lancaster, PA – Ten historically significant properties in Lancaster County have been identified by the Historic Preservation Trust as properties to watch and protect during 2012. Included among the properties is a 258 year-old farmstead with a direct connection to Pennsylvania founding father William Penn