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Historic Salisbury Foundations 23rd annual Preservation Awards Luncheon will be held at noon Thursday at the Salisbury Station.
The event is open to the public, and reservations must be made by 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The cost per person is $10. Call 704-636-0103 for information.
Historic Salisbury Foundation presents the awards to individuals, organizations and businesses making a significant contribution to historic preservation in Salisbury, Rowan County and North Carolina.
The Clement Cup, named in honor of preservation leader Edward Clement, is Historic Salisbury Foundations highest honor and will be presented to Lib Taylor, who has shown a commitment and dedication to preservation for many years.
A formal presentation will illustrate her efforts as a preservation leader.
The other 2007 Historic Preservation Award categories and winners are:
Commercial Revitalization through Historic Preservation George Wilson IV and Geof Wilson; Michael and Connie Baker; and Syed Ahmad and Whitney Peckman.
Private Preservation and Neighborhood Revitalization Robert and Frances Taylor; and Brian Miller.
Long-time Preservation Leaders Randy Hemann and Michael Young.
Preservation Craftsmen and Professionals Tim Klaus.
Preservation Education and Publication Reginald Brown.
Volunteers of the Year Mary James, Barbara Senter and Jewel Ziprik.
Many other volunteers who work at the Josephus W. Hall House Museum as docents and tour guides will be honored for their commitment and dedication.
Historic Salisbury Foundation, a private nonprofit historic preservation organization charged with the mission of preserving, protecting and enhancing the historic architectural legacy of Salisbury and Rowan County, has saved and protected some 90 historic structures throughout the city over the last 30 years.
The Foundation owns and operates the Salisbury Railroad Station, Dr. Josephus Hall House and Grimes Mill, all landmark structures for Salisbury.
For more information please visit www.historicsalisbury.org.

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