History in the Remaking – Five award-winning historical projects
Posted on December 8, 2011 by Sonoma Valley Sun
Each year, The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation honors projects that exemplify its goal of preserving and protecting the historic character of the town.
With its 2011 Preservation Awards, the league recognized five properties and two outstanding Sonoma residents for their efforts to maintain Sonoma’s architectural heritage.
In addition to the projects, two individuals were honored. Ann Teller received the Wylie Hartman Award for her many efforts throughout the community and for her stewardship of Oak Hill Farm for more than thirty years.
Ernestine Evans was given the Ellie Baker Award, which recognizes an outstanding volunteer League volunteer. Evans has served the League in many ways including managing the Vasquez House (now the General Joseph Hooker House) for more than 10 years.