June 15th marked Robin Krawitz’s last day as Southern Delaware Field Representative for Preservation Delaware. But, thankfully, her association with Preservation Delaware did not end on that date. Since her return to Delaware, Robin has felt that she would ultimately like to serve on the Board of Trustees. On June 16, that happened when the Trustees approved her nomination to the Board at their quarterly meeting in Lewes. Preservation Delaware looks forward to many years of Robin’s guidance. See Robin’s comments on her exciting transition in her blog post.
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