Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Old Town Hall in Salem Needs Your Votes!

Salem’s Old Town Hall, home to History Alive’s Cry Innocent performances and now managed by the Gordon College Institute for Public History, is a finalist in a unique grant competition. After making it through two rounds of cuts, Old Town Hall is one of 25 sites competing for part of $1 million through the Partners in Preservation program. If Old Town Hall gets the most votes, it’s guaranteed to win $100,000, which will help preserve the building for future generations.
Please consider casting your vote for this worthy project. More information here on Salem Old Town Hall. And come to Time Travel Days at Old Town Hall, May 2 and 3!

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