Saving History Saturday: Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (CAMP) Launches Inaugural Newsletter

Just this week, the Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (CAMP) group launched their inaugural newsletter!

Established in 2014 to save the Cattaraugus County Memorial and Historical Building in Little Valley, New York, CAMP is built of passionate preservationists that we have featured before here on Emerging Civil War. For more information on their mission and work, please visit their website at: cattcomemorial.com.

This newsletter series, which will be issued quarterly, features the organization’s preservation work, volunteering and fundraising opportunities, as well as the history of the building itself. Some of the articles featured in the newsletter discuss their New York State Historic Roadside Marker, architectural Strategic Business Feasibility Report, triage work on the building’s cornice, new giving levels for their annual appeal, and much more!

There is no doubt that through CAMP’s new newsletter, there will be more updates on their incredible preservation work.

To receive the newsletter and support the organization, please visit their “Contact” page on their website at: http://cattcomemorial.com/contact-camp/.

 

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