FLORENCE–Heritage Preservation, Inc. (HPI), a community-based organization dedicated to the preservation of local historical structures, sites, and documents, will host its annual meeting for all citizens at 2pm Sunday, January 19. The meeting will take place in the beautifully-restored Gunrunner Boutique Hotel on East Tennessee Street in downtown Florence.
The program will feature a panel discussion chaired by Libby Jordan, Superintendent of Florence’s Department of Arts and Museums. Panelists will be Brian Murphy, Chairman of the Florence Historical Board; Jeff Ford, Curator of the Frank Lloyd Wright/Rosenbaum House Museum; Katie Randall, noted local preservationist
and a member of the Florence Historical Board; and Nadene Mairesse, Program Coordinator at Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts. It will be a lively, informative discussion!
Admission is free. Refreshments will be served.