2013 Preservation Awards Event

Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Eureka Heritage Society held its 2013 Historic Preservation Awards at
the Eureka Woman’s Club, 1531 J Street.

Four historical properties and a College of the Redwoods Professor are this year’s recipients of the Eureka Heritage Society’s annual preservation awards.


For a PDF of the Awards Ceremony Invitation, click here:

Click on the highlighted award recipient to visit a gallery of photos taken at the ceremony:

  • Preservationist of the Year: Bill Hole. College of the Redwoods Professor and creator of that institution's Historic Preservation and Restoration Technology Program
  • The Adaptive Reuse Award was presented Picky Picky Picky, 304 Sixth Street.
  • The Commercial Preservation Award honors the Healy Brothers Building and the work done on its restoration by Kurt Kramer following the near loss of the structure to earthquake damage.
  • The Residential Award goes to the family home at 1432 L St.
  • The Community Award for 2013 is given to Christ Episcopal Chuch and Rectory in recogition of the restoration of the Rectory chimney.

  • “The Preservation Awards,” explains EHS Past-President Ron Kuhnel, “are an incentive to building owners to restore and maintain the buildings that are Eureka’s important heritage.”

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