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Nomination Deadline Extended! 2019 Preservation Awards

The deadline to submit a nomination for Preservation Massachusetts' 2019 Preservation Awards has been extended! Nominations are now due by 5:00 PM on Thursday, February 28. Nomination forms can be downloaded here and please contact Erin Kelly with any questions.

Most Endangered Makes Boston Globe North Article

Copied from Boston.com Historic buildings across the state face challenges. This organization is sounding the alarm on them -Jennifer Fenn Lefferts February 8, 2019 The 2018 Most Endangered Historic Resources list included (l-r) the GAR Hall in Lynn, Echo Bridge railings in Newton/Needham and the Attleboro Switch Tower. When Wendy Joseph takes visitors inside the Grand Army of the Republic building in Lynn, she closely watches their expressions as they enter the main hall. And the reaction is always the same. “They lose their minds over the grandeur of it,’’ she said. “It’s so impressive. You’re breathing history in there. They say, ‘Are we in Lynn?’ " The General Frederick W. Lander Post 5

All You Need Is... Belief!

Membership Month 2019 When you believe in something, you start to make it a reality. Looking at a building, in dire need of repair, reuse and of course "love", believing it is possible is the first step. Though it is daunting, it is a critical step. Clinton Church Restoration, Inc. (CCR, Inc.) in Great Barrington has incredible and unwavering belief in the future of the Clinton A.M.E. Zion Church. This historic church was the center of the the town's African American community for over 130 years and the only extant building remaining associated with the childhood of W.E.B. Du Bois, often called the "architect of the civil rights movement". No longer actively used, the church was on the

All You Need Is... Membership Month!

February is Membership Month! Preservation is all about "the feels"; how you feel about your community, historic buildings, streetscapes, landscapes and history and stories they have to tell. It is emotional and personal to each and every one of us and collectively shapes how our Commonwealth reflects and interprets our past to make a better tomorrow. This month Preservation Massachusetts invites you to join us as a member and support our work statewide. Through us you advocate, educate and empower historic preservation efforts across the Commonwealth. All month long we will share the ways your membership dollars are making impacts and where there are future opportunities. If you h

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