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Landmark Society celebrates Diamond Jubilee

The Landmark Society of Western New York will mark its 75 years with a Diamond Jubilee Celebration Sunday in Rochester.
The Landmark Society of Western New York will mark its 75 years with a Diamond Jubilee Celebration Sunday in Rochester.

Larry Francer, the Director of Preservation for the Landmark Society, discussed the anniversary celebration and the mission of the organization Friday morning on News 8 at Sunrise.

The Diamond Jubilee Celebration will be held at Max at High Falls Sunday from 5-8 p.m.  A brief meeting will take place at the start of the evening, followed by a celebration of food, drink, live music, art and a silent auction.

The Landmark Society of Western New York was formed in 1937 and is one of the oldest and most active preservation organizations in America.  It serves nine counties.  Through 75 years, it continues to protect the unique architectural heritage of the region and promote preservation and planning principles that foster healthy and sustainable communities.

Tickets remain for the Diamond Jubilee Celebration.  They're $25 for Landmark Society members and $35 for non-members.  To purchase tickets, or for more information about the Landmark Society, click here.
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