2011 Dana Crawford Awards Dinner


Join us for the Colorado Preservation, Inc. 21st Annual Dana Crawford Award’s Dinner to honor

Ruth Falkenberg and Larry Nelson, Recipients of The 2011 Dana Crawford Award for Excellence in Preservation and to present the 2011 State Honor Awards.

Thursday, May 12, 2011
5:30 – 9:00 p.m. Mitchell Hall,
Denver Botanic Gardens
Enjoy Native Roots | Modern Form: the Art of Allan Houser
Opens May 1, 2011

Join us to honor Ruth Falkenberg and Larry Nelson for setting a standard of civic engagement, intelligent development and historic preservation for decades in Colorado. Their successful partnership with Colorado Preservation, Inc. and the State Historic Fund resulted in preservation and adaptive use of the iconic Hanger 61 at Stapleton – an act of foresight and courage during a time of economic insecurity.

The evening will also feature the recipients of the 2011 State Honor Awards:

Nan and Dave Anderson, Cara Fisher, Nan Rickey, Colorado Chautauqua, and Great Sands Dunes National Park and Preserve

Please call Blair Gawthrop Miller 303.877.4018 Or email barebonzevents@gmail.com for information.

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