[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2012-12-20
heritage.info at state.or.us
Thu Dec 20 08:53:42 PST 2012
In this Issue:
1. Advisory Committee on Heritage Preservation to Meet in Beaverton
2. Collaborative Effort with Cultural Trust Creates Year-Long Gift
3. AHC Offers Window Repair and Weatherization Guidebook
4. Willamette Heritage Center Selects Interim Director
5. OHS Names Director of Museum Services and Education
ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON HERITAGE PRESERVATION TO MEET IN BEAVERTON
Oregon’s State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation (SACHP) will
consider nominations for the North Central Buckman Historic District and
Oak Hills Historic District to the National Register of Historic Places
in a two-day meeting on Feb. 14 – 15, 2013 at the Oak Hills Christian
Reformed Church, 2800 NW 153rd Ave., Beaverton.
The proposed North Central Buckman Historic District is located in
Portland within Multnomah County. It encompasses 94 acres with
boundaries of SE Ankeney St. to the north, SE 20th Avenue to the east,
SE Morrison St. to the south, and SE 12th Avenue to the west, with
portions of blocks outside these boundaries included.
The proposed Oak Hills Historic District encompasses approximately 240
acres with boundaries of NW West Union Road to the north, NW 143rd
Avenue to the east, NW Oak Hills Drive to the south and NW Perimeter
Drive to the west, with blocks outside these boundaries included.
The meeting site is accessible to people with disabilities. For
special accommodations, call (503) 986-0690. For additional information
about the National Register process and district boundary maps, visit
www.oregonheritage.org and click on “National Register” at left of
COLLABORATIVE EFFORT WITH CULTURAL TRUST CREATES YEAR-LONG GIFT
There are eleven days left for heritage organizations to collaborate
with the Cultural Trust in communicating about the rewards of cultural
philanthropy. When your donors bestow a gift, encourage them to match
it with a donation to the Trust. Remember, the Trust grows only if your
organization grows and heritage organizations that work with the Trust
help build cultural funding for Oregon. Forming a partnership with the
Trust enables year-long gift giving.
Displaying trust materials near your gift shop might encourage a
donation from someone doing some last minute shopping. Mail Trust
materials with your fundraising appeals. Include a Trust book mark as an
insert with your donor acknowledgement letters. Remind your donors that
their membership qualifies as a donation and that they can double their
support at no additional cost by matching it with a donation to the
Trust and claiming the tax credit. For more ideas, visit
AHC OFFERS WINDOW REPAIR AND WEATHERIZATION GUIDEBOOK
The Architectural Heritage Center recently completed a Window Repair
and Weatherization Guidebook (
http://www.visitahc.org/files/pdf/AHC_WindowRepairGUIDEBOOK.pdf ), which
is available for download from its website. The guidebook offers helpful
information for owners of vintage homes. It identifies repair and
maintenance solutions that sustain historic integrity while improving
energy efficiency. The booklet includes a bibliography and contact
information for contractors who work on wood windows and those that
offer other weatherization solutions, such as storm windows.
WILLAMETTE HERITAGE CENTER SELECTS INTERIM DIRECTOR
Willamette Heritage Center (WHC) Executive Director Peter M. Booth has
accepted a position as executive director of the Museum of Western
Colorado in Grand Junction and will be leaving the WHC after four and a
half years of service. The WHC Board of Directors has selected John R.
Hawkins as its interim executive director, effective January 2013. For
additional information, please contact Peter Booth at
peterb at willametteheritage.org or (503) 585-7012.
OHS NAMES DIRECTOR OF MUSEUM SERVICES AND EDUCATION
The Oregon Historical Society has named Brian J. Carter as Director of
Museum Services and Education. Carter, who is currently the Deputy
Director of the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle, will
succeed long-time OHS employee Marsha Matthews, who is retiring on Feb.
1. Carter will assume his new responsibilities on March 4.
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