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2018 Centennial Plaques and Preservation Awards Photos

Plaques were presented on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the Lucie Stern Ballroom. The afternoon started off with a salute to Paly High which will celetrate the 100th anniversary of the Tower Building later this year. Following that, centennial plaques were presented to homes built in 1918 and also to 459 Channing, which was built in1896. The final plaque presented was to the 1918 Julia Morgan Hostess House from Camp Fremont. Barbara Wilcox and Steve Staiger shared the early (Barbara) and more recent (Steve) history of what we now know as MacArthur Park Restaurant.

Preservation awards were given to three very worthy projects: 1027 Bryant Street, Kingscote Gardens and Roble Gym.

Doug Debs and Rich Green Steve Staiger, Bo Crane and Brian George Saxton family, 610 Melville
guests, Beth Bunnenburg and Nancy Huber Luana Staiger distributing programs 1020 High owners, Alan Peterson & Janis Stevenson
Bob French and Janet Peacock WoodLauingKelly CAWand Brian Kelly
Carol Mitchell PAHA members Janet & Guy Dijulio
award winners hamming it up! Verna and Doug Graham
centennial home owners Laura Jones Paly  reps
Miriam Palm David Bower & Lee Lippert Faz and wife
1020 High Street owners Chris and Jane Botsford Molly Tinney at book table
Jerry Tinney man start of program
people audience Luana and Rachel
David Bower Paly Paly
Brian George Paly Paly
Paly 1020 High 1020 High
1020 High 610 Melville 1435 Tasso
640 Tennyson 110 Waverley 1400 Webster
459 Channing 459 Channing Hostess House
Hostess House Barbara Wilcox audience
1027 Bryant award Bryant award Kingscote Gardens award
Kingscote Laura Jones Deborah Cooper
Roblem Gym Chris Bet of Devcon and Laura Jones roses

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