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Landmarks Illinois Announces 2018 Preservation Award Recipients, Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Annual Awards Program

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CHICAGO - Landmarks Illinois has announced the recipients of the 2018 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards – an annual program that calls attention to exceptional historic preservation projects in the state now celebrating its 25th anniversary. Award recipients will be recognized at an awards ceremony in Chicago on Sept. 15, 2018, which will include special programming to commemorate a quarter century of honoring people saving places in Illinois.

"Celebrating the risk-takers that preserve what is most unique about our communities is a privilege, and Landmarks Illinois is proud to partner annually with the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation to elevate our honorees' achievements," said Bonnie McDonald, President and CEO of Landmarks Illinois. "The nine extraordinary 2018 award recipients model what is possible with vision, perseverance and a good dose of moxie. Twenty-five years is only the beginning of the revitalization they will inspire."

The Landmarks Illinois 2018 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Award recipients are listed below. Visit our website here for additional information on each award recipient and project.

Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities, Edwardsville: Project of the Year Award for Leadership

The project transformed the former Lincoln School, built in 1912, into a vibrant meeting space and cultural center in the Edwardsville community. The project was made possible through the unique private/public partnership of Mannie Jackson, a successful local businessman, and Lewis and Clark Community College.

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