Quaker Hill Historic Preservation's
25th Anniversary Celebration

What:  Friends and supporters, please join the Quaker Hill Historic Preservation as we celebrate and honor 25 years of preservation and education initiatives and the people who have helped us achieve them. The evening will include a performance by Wilmington Concert Opera, silent auction items, and our keynote speaker Dr. David Ames and his captivating talk: "The 2nd Empire Invades Quaker Hill: the case for 401 Washington Street". We will also be honoring Lt. Dan Selekman with our auspicious Garrett Award. And in special memoriam of our beloved first Executive Director, Paula Chadis, we have created the inaugural Paula Chadis Historic Preservation Commendation to be bestowed upon some of Quaker Hill's most beautiful and lovingly restored edifices. We look forward to sharing this special evening with you.

When:  Thursday, November 8, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Where:  University and Whist Club, 805 N Broom Street, Wilmington, DE 19806

Who:  Dr. David Ames, Professor Emeritus University of Delaware School of Public Policy and Administration, Historic Preservation, Architecture

Info:  $75 per ticket, hors d'oeuvres and cash bar from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM followed by an elegant 3-course dinner and presentations

RSVP:  by October 26 to Ashley B. Cloud, Executive Director: ashley@quakerhillhistoric.org
302-388-7176 or Bayard Marin, President: bmarin@bayardmarinlaw.com 302-658-4200

The Quaker Hill Historic Preservation Foundation is an organization dedicated to preserving, restoring and promoting the history, social life and architecture of the Quaker Hill area, using a multi-faceted outreach effort, including historical research, educational presentations drawing upon academic, civic and community resources, guided tours and social events showcasing the area's cultural amenities. The Foundation's public outreach programs are intended to increase awareness of the area's multicultural history, and to support and promote viable housing and economic development. For more information, please visit www.quakerhillhistoric.org

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