"Friends of Concord Point" wins Preservationist Award

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Postby Grover » Sat May 22, 2010 4:30 am

From The Dagger
The final award of the day, the Preservationist Honor Award, went to The Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse. The Preservationist Honor Award is given to individuals, museums, organizations or businesses whose work and vision over a prolonged period have sustained the richness of the county’s heritage and promoted the cause of historic preservation in Harford County. The 2010 award pays tribute to the Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse for their devotion to restoring, protecting, and maintaining Havre de Grace’s 1827 Lighthouse and the nearby Lighthouse Keeper’s dwelling. The Friends group has labored for over 30 years as stewards of these irreplaceable structures, and has lobbied for open space and preservation of the Havre deGrace historic waterfront. Mrs. Marsha Jacksteit, daughter of one of the group’s founding members, and several current members of the Friends, accepted the award.
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