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Preservation Greensboro’s Golden Jubilee 50th Annual Meeting
February 10, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The keynote speaker for Preservation Greensboro’s 50th Annual Meeting will be James Perry, president and CEO of the Winston-Salem Urban League. Perry, a Greensboro native, manages a 200 person team across the state of North Carolina, advocating for employment opportunities, affordable housing, voting rights and food security.
Before returning to the Triad, Perry served at the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans where he played a key role in their award winning Operation Comeback program, helping to acquire and renovate vacant blighted historic homes. He served on New Orleans’ Historic District Landmark Commission, and served as the CEO of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center.
Perry is a political science graduate of the University of New Orleans and a graduate of the Loyola University School of Law. Perry, his wife Melissa, and their two daughters split their time between New Orleans, New York City and Winston-Salem.
Join us to to hear James Perry’s perspectives on the future of the preservation movement, and to recognize individuals and organizations who demonstrate best practices in the field and learn more about these fascinating restoration projects through our awards ceremony.This event will serve as the General Membership Meeting of Preservation Greensboro and will include the election of Officers and Trustees.
RSVP by February 5th. Visit our website for more information.
5:30PM COCKTAILS (CASH BAR), 7;00 PM DINNER
624 GREEN VALLEY ROAD, GREENSBORO
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED BY FEBRUARY 5th*
Preservation Greensboro Leadership Level ($100+ Member) Ticket $49 per person before February 5th; $69 after.
Individual Non-Leadership Level Ticket $100 per person per person before February 5th; $120 after.
To purchase a ticket, contact our office at 336-272-5003 ext 101 or email.
To learn about sponsorship, download our Annual Meeting Sponsorship Packages 2016 or email or call 336-272-5003 for details.
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