Here's the roundup:
Preservation Craftsman Award: Given to a building industry craftsman who has exhibited a strong commitment to quality craftsmanship for historic buildings.
Awarded to: Patrick Kennedy
Public Service to Preservation Award: Given to a government agency or official for service to preservation movement or to a specific project.
Awarded to: Chris Ford
Clay Lancaster Heritage Education Award: Given to an individual or group for service in researching and disseminating information about the Central Kentucky region. Larry Isenhour, Awarded to: Collecting Kentucky (Gigi Lacer/Libby Howard)
Community Preservation Award: Given to a non-governmental group or individual for service to the preservation movement or to a special preservation project.
Awarded to: St. Peter Claver and Chad Needham
Barbara Hulette Award: For efforts in preservation of Central Kentucky's history, heritage, built environment, landscape, archaeological resources, sense of community or significant endeavors. Awarded to: Fielding and Nancy Turner
Lucy Shropshire Crump Volunteer Award: Given to an individual or group who has provided exemplary service to the Blue Grass Trust throughout the year.
Awarded to: Hunt-Morgan House Docents
Lucy Graves Advocacy Award: Given to an individual or group who has exhibited advocacy leadership in supporting the historic preservation movement in Central Kentucky.
Awarded to: Chuck Pittenger and Hayward Wilkirson
|Skulker's Clock, winner of 2015 BGT Landscape Preservation Award.|
Betty Hoopes Volunteer Service Award: Given to a volunteer or volunteers from the Antique and Garden Show Committee.
Awarded to: Kathy Chopra and Faith Harders
John Wesley Hunt Award: Given to an individual for lifetime service to the preservation movement in Central Kentucky.
Awarded to: Wendell Berry
Landscape Preservation Award: Given to an individual or group for the preservation, design, stewardship, restoration or enhancement of an historic cultural landscape in the Bluegrass.
Awarded to: Skuller’s Clock and the Legacy Trail
The Kaintuckeean was honored to receive the Lucy Graves Advocacy Award in 2013.