Katherine Eugenia Malone-France on National Treasures Program

Posted June 26, 2012

The club's June 13 meeting featured Katherine Eugenia Malone-France, director of outreach, education and support for Washington, D.C.-based National Trust for Historic Preservation. Malone-France shared with the club the National Trust's mission as a privately funded nonprofit organization to save America's historic places as a means of enriching our future. She offered an overview of the its new program called National Treasures, through which the organization will identify significant threatened places across the United States, and take direct action to save them. National Treasures are part of a new and focused effort to bring more Americans into the preservation movement, and demonstrate the relevance of preserving the nation's historic places. Pictured with Malone-France is program host and uncle Dr. Harold Zallen (left) and Club President David Reaves (right). For more information about the National Trust, please visit www.PreservationNation.org


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