PNJ to host workshop for Endangered Historic Sites Advocates
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Join PNJ at a workshop for advocates for Endangered historic places: Tips to Persist, Persevere and Preserve, on Sat. June 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. We’ll meet at the historic 1st Presbyterian Church of Trenton, 120 E. State St. The Workshop includes sessions and speakers from a variety of preservation-related arenas, sharing tips and strategies for successful preservation advocacy and action.
- Using non-traditional media – Michael Willman, WMSH Marketing Communications
- Technical Assistance – Richard Southwick, FAIA; Beyer Blinder Belle Architects
- Finding funding: a case study – Numa Sisselin, CEO; Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank
- Grassroots Advocacy – Michael Shakarjian; the John C. Evans Project, Milltown
$5 registration fee at the door | Light refreshments served.
Contact PNJ at 609.392.6409 for more information