The 2014 winners of the Manchester Historic Association historic preservation awards

April 21. 2014 11:15PM

The Friends of Stark Park received the Restoration of a Historic Site Award for their Stark Family gravesite project. 

St. Mary's Bank's new headquarters building received the Design Award. 

The Saidel Family of Merrimack Street Volvo was honored for its “stewardship of a historic family business.” 

The Adaptive Reuse Award went to Brady Sullivan Properties for its residential conversion of the Lofts at Mill #1. 

Regis Chagnon and Kay Skilogianis were the winners of the Traditional Trade Award for their business, Kay's Bakery. 

The renovation of Dearborn Memorial/Odd Fellows Hall earned the Restoration of a Historic Building Award for the City of Manchester. 

The Renovation of a Historic Public Building Award went to the City of Manchester for the Bakersville Elementary School. 

David and Kim Hughes received the Homeowners Award for the restoration of their home on Oak Street. 

The work of individuals, businesses and public agencies in preserving Manchester's rich architectural and community history was recognized last week when the Manchester Historic Association presented its 22nd annual Historic Preservation Awards at a dinner ceremony at the Center of New Hampshire.

The recipients ranged from private homeowners to owners of a bakery and a landmark auto dealership to real estate developers and the city itself.

The awards, MHA Board of Trustees President Matt Kfoury said, are intended "to honor some of the historical value of some of the buildings in Manchester and to promote, preserve and ensure the history of Manchester."
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