PRESERVATIONIST OF THE YEAR
Preservation Howard County's officers and Board of Directors select the annual Preservationists of the Year from nominations made by it's officers and board of directors, local organizations, and the general public. The awards recognize individuals, organizations or corporations who have made significant contributions to preserve the history, heritage and culture of Howard County or have demonstrated significant achievement in projects that restore, preserve, and/or find adaptive use of historic sites contributing to the protection of Howard County's historic and rural landscapes. Awards are also given in recognition of the vision of government officials or employees who have supported preservation projects and legislation. Not all categories are recognized each year and there may be multiple awards in a given category.
The 2016 Preservationist of the Year Awards was held on Sunday, September 18th at Historic Waverly Mansion. These award recipients are recognized for their significant contributions to the preservation of Howard County's history and heritage. Each recipient offers inspiration to all Howard County residents to appreciate and care for our local history and heritage.
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