Eight awards given for preservation
The following awards were presented Tuesday at the annual Winchester-Clark County Historic Preservation awards hosted at Leeds Center for the Arts.
— Friends of Holly Rood for Governor Clark Mansion, located at 28 Beckner St.: Special Project, historic building restoration, including window repair, brick repointing, roof replacement.
— Mount Folly Farm for Rash-Flynn Cabin and Homestead, located at 7132 Schollsville Road: Commercial Rehabilitation.
— Descendants of Hubbard Taylor for the Pioneer Cemetery Restoration on Colby Road: Site Rehabilitation.
— Joan Mayer for Turnpike Fence Restoration on Athens-Boonesboro Road, locatged at 3300 Jones Nursery Road: Special Project.
— Will and Sherry Richardson for 27 N. Main St. (Howard Overhead Door): Commercial & Residential Rehab for own home and business.
— Wayne and Karen Combs, Craftspersons award for interior rehab and window repair at multiple historic buildings, including Holly Rood, Dirty South Pottery, Leeds and Prissy Peach.
— Steve Atkins for 9 W. Lexington Ave.(Engine House Pizza Pub): Commercial Rehab.
— Wendy and Peggy McAllister for 9-11 S. Main St. (Bee & Clover Properties: Commercial and Residential Rehab.