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April 2001


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Phil Lord <[log in to unmask]>
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MAY 17, 2001 - SAVE THE DATE & spread the word!

For Our Children:
Celebrating The Past ~ Shaping Our Future
New York's Preservation & Revitalization Summit
May 17, 18 & 19, 2001

Opening Day - May 17 - The Egg,Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY
9 A.M. Registration - 9:45 A.M. Daylong Program Begins
Registration Fee: $50 (incl. resource binder, video, lunch & reception)

Summary Agenda

Panel Discussions (including question & answer periods) on a variety of topics, including:
Using preservation as a tool for economic development * experts share practical
approaches and successful examples.
How to make the most of historic resources in heritage tourism and community
revitalization efforts, with urban, rural and regional perspectives. Some of the most recent, effective and resourceful historic rehabilitation projects in the
state * presented by experts in redevelopment, business and banking.
The latest news on New York's state preservation and quality communities initiatives.
Debut of a new short film highlighting the State & National Registers of Historic Places * all
attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the video! The 2001 New York State Historic Preservation Awards
Special Reception at the New York State Capitol

George E. Pataki, Governor
State of New York

Questions? Contact the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation
   and Historic Preservation at (518) 486-1868

Philip Lord, Jr.
Director, Division of Museum Services
New York State Museum
Albany, NY
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Website: http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/services.html