We won!! I’m honored to have received the Lucy Graves Advocacy Award yesterday evening at The Blue Grass Trust’s Annual Preservation Awards Dinner!
The full list of recipients follows:
Preservation Craftsman Awards: Given to a building industry craftsman who has exhibited a strong commitment to quality craftsmanship for historic buildings.
To: George Neel; Prajna Design (Garry Murphy and David Wittmer)
Public Service to Preservation Awards: Given to a government agency or official for service to preservation movement or to a specific project.
To: Dr. Derek Paulsen, LFCUG Commissioner of Planning; Janet Graham, LFUCG Commissioner of Law.
Clay Lancaster Heritage Education Award: Given to an individual or group for service in researching and disseminating information about the Central Kentucky region.
To: Bluegrass Renaissance: The History and Culture of Central Kentucky, 1792-1852; accepting: Daniel Rowland and James Klotter, editors, and the essayists
Community Preservation Award: Given to a non-governmental organization or individual for service to the preservation movement or to a specific project.
To: North Limestone Neighborhood Association.
Barbara Hulette Award: For efforts in the preservation of central Kentucky’s history, heritage, built environment, landscape, archaeological resources, sense of community or significant endeavors. To: Ashland Park Neighborhood Association; accepting: Rev. Bob Sessum, Wanda Jaquith, Tony Chamblin
Lucy Shropshire Crump Award: Given to an individual who has provided exemplary service to the Blue Grass Trust throughout the year.
To: Estill Curtis Pennington
Lucy Graves Advocacy Award: Given to an individual or group that has exhibited advocacy leadership in supporting the historic preservation movement in central Kentucky.
To: Peter Brackney for Kaintuckeean blog
Betty Hoopes Volunteer Service Award: Given to a volunteer from the Antiques and Garden Show Committee.
To: Brenda Pettit
Clyde Reynolds Carpenter Adaptive Re-use Award: Given to an individual or group for outstanding efforts towards the rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of a building or buildings within Central Kentucky.
To: The Bread Box; accepting: Ben Self, Brady Barlow and Joe Kuosman
Landscape Preservation Awards: This new award is given to an individual or group for the preservation, design, stewardship, restoration or enhancement of an historic cultural landscape in the Bluegrass.
To: Vaucluse (Clay Hancock); Botherum (Jon Carloftis and Dale Fisher); The Garden of Dorothy Crutcher Cordray (Joseph Hillenmeyer Garden Design)
John Wesley Hunt Award: Given to an individual for lifetime service to the preservation movement in Central Kentucky.
To: H. Foster Pettit
Congratulations to all these great recipients!