Annual Meeting & Legacy Society Induction

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Dumbarton House - 2715 Q Street NW

CAG’s annual awards and elections meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 23. Councilmember Jack Evans and Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity Courtney Snowden will attend.

The meeting will include the presentation of CAG’s awards to outstanding community leaders for 2017. The reception and annual meeting will be hosted at Dumbarton House, 2715 Q Street. This year we are also having a special reception at 6pm for new members of CAG.

AWARD RECIPIENTS

The prestigious Belin Award will be presented to Jennifer Romm for her expert and dedicated work in preserving the historic character of Georgetown. the Georgetown Garden Club will be honored with the William A. Cochran Award for exceptional efforts to protect and enhance the community’s parkland and architectural resources.

The Martin-Davidson Award to businesses that have contributed significantly to the community will be presented to Michael Rankin of TTR/Sotheby’s.

The Charles Atherton Award for exceptional service by a dedicated public-sector professional for outstanding work preserving and protecting historic Georgetown will be presented to Kevin Brandt of the National Park Service.

There will be a special appreciation award presented to Appalachian Spring for their 25 years serving Georgetown retail and the CAG Block Captains will also be given special recognition.

Election of CAG officers and four directors for 2017-2018 will also take place. Treasurer John Richardson will report on the financial condition of the organization. Please join us to welcome new members and honor people in our community who have made Georgetown a better place.

LEGACY SOCIETY INDUCTION
One highlight of our Annual Meeting will be the presentation of Legacy Society pins to members who have promised to remember CAG by leaving a bequest in their wills. The pins will be presented by President Bob vom Eigen with remarks by Planned Giving and Gifts Chair Victoria Rixey. If you have recognized CAG in your will, please let us hear from you so we may include you in this special ceremony.

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