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  America's irreplaceable historic and cultural heritage is found in national symbols like the Star-Spangled Banner, Louis Armstrong's collection of recordings and Ellis Island. It is also found in communities across the country. A  local historic building or site, or a collection of historic books or artifacts that tell your community's story -- these are our treasures. From them, we can better understand who we are and where we come from.
  Whether by helping to save a treasure, offering financial support or by learning from the countless places and collections that need preservation, there are many ways to get involved:

  • Organize a group to save a historic or cultural treasure in your community.

  • Contact your state and/or local historical society, preservation organization, library or museum to find out about preservation projects in your area.

  • Hold a fundraising event to support the restoration or conservation of a local treasure.

  • Make a contribution a local preservation organization.

  • Volunteer to help with a preservation project.

  • Involve your school or youth organization in a project to save a community or national treasure.

  • Take your family to a local historic site or collection to learn about our past and inquire how you can help ensure its survival for the future.

Last Chance To Renew
Your Membership For 2002
Mary Neal, Membership Chairperson

  To those who do not have a Life Membership (which is $100 per person), this is a friendly reminder that your membership dues for 2002 are due in January.  The dues are $12 per person, or $20 for you and your spouse.  Please remit as soon as possible to stay on the mailing list.  A membership form is located on the last page of this newsletter.
  If you have any questions, please call me at (619) 443-2278.

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