RevitalizeWA: Historic Preservation and Main Street Conference

By Washington, Our Home|February 10, 2014|Central Washington, History|0 comments

wenatcheeThe Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and the Washington Main Street Program invite you to join them for RevitalizeWA, the annual statewide Preservation and Main Street Conference, May 6-8, 2014 in Wenatchee.

The conference will feature a variety of sessions & tours relating to the revitalization of our state’s historic communities on May 7 and 8. They will also be offering additional pre-conference workshops on May 6. The conference will be held at the Wenatchee Convention Center with a room block reserved at the Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel. The special conference room rate is $83 single/$103 double; be sure to mention RevitalizeWA when you make your reservation. The room block expires April 4, so don’t wait! Contact the hotel at 509-662-1234 or via email at fom@wenatcheecenter.com.

Share your expertise.

Passionate about a topic? They are currently seeking session proposals for RevitalizeWA. Download a submission form, and return it to shansen@preservewa.org; proposals are due February 14.

Questions?

For any question about the conference or information about sponsorship, please contact Main Street Coordinator, Sarah Hansen at 206-624-9449 or shansen@preservewa.org.

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About Washington, Our Home

My name is Erich R. Ebel. I was born in Spokane and moved to Colville, Bothell, Tacoma, and back to Spokane again, all before I was 14. I attended Washington State University in Pullman, graduated and moved back to Spokane. In 2000, I enlisted in the United State Army Reserve and spent six months at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Then it was back to Spokane. After six years, it was time to get out and see the world. And what better place to start than Las Vegas, Nevada! I met my beautiful wife while working at KVBC-TV in Las Vegas, and after three years of suffering in the extreme heat and undeniably long nights, we were called back to Washington State. Landing first in Lakewood, we suffered for a year in an uncomfortably old and small apartment before a shooting and a kidnapping in our complex strongly urged us to leave town. After relocating to Lacey, we have now settled and spend as much time as we can exploring the fine facets of this beautiful state. From Tenino to Tonasket, Brewster to Blaine and Vader to Vancouver, I have enjoyed every moment of this great state.

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