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Annual Member Meeting
June 26 @ 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
NOTE: There will be an optional tour of the building starting at 5:30. The meeting will begin promptly at 6, ending at 6:30 so that those wanting to attend the Fair Park public meeting can do so.
Join us across the river in Oak Cliff at the former Winnetka Congregational Church. Designed by architect T.J. Galbraith, the 1929 church has been rehabilitated for use as an arts educational space. Reservations are required for this complimentary members only event and beverages will be provided. Thank you to Arts Mission Oak Cliff for hosting the meeting in their new space!
Please make a reservation by clicking here.
During the meeting a summary of Preservation Dallas’ work from the past year will be presented along with plans for the upcoming fiscal year. New board members will also be elected by the general membership present.
Below is the slate of nominees for consideration for the Preservation Dallas Board of Trustees:
Norm Alston – Norm is a preservation architect with his own practice and currently serves as Chair of AIA’s Historic Resources Committee. He is a longtime preservation advocate and has served as a Landmark Commission member. Recent projects include the Lakewood Theater and advocating against HB 3418. He is also an active participant on the Preservation Dallas Preservation Issues Committee.
Chris Bell – Chris is retired from public relations and marketing. She is an active participant and volunteer on Membership Committee.
John Brown – John is an architect with Selzer Associates where he has worked on such projects as the restoration of McFarlin Auditorium at SMU. He is a long time member of Preservation Dallas and is an active participant on the Preservation Issues Committee.
Dave Millheiser – Dave is a residential real estate broker with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate. He is an active Preservation Dallas member and graduate of Preservation Dallas’ Historic House Specialist program.
Ann Piper – Ann is a real estate appraiser and former Landmark Commissioner. She has been a longtime active member of Preservation Dallas and teaches one of the sessions during Preservation Dallas’ Historic House Specialist program.
Leigh Richter – Leigh is the Executive Vice President, Investment and Retail Services with Bradford, a commercial real estate broker. She is an active participant on Preservation Dallas’ Preservation Issues Committee and has been a member of Urban Armadillos since its inception.
As a courtesy to the neighborhood, do not park on Windomere Avenue. Some parking is available in the small lot north of the church. Additional parking is available directly behind the church at L.U.L.A.C., 345 South Edgefield Avenue.
Admission is free to the meeting for CURRENT members only and reservations are required. Please make a reservation by clicking here.