Preservation Maryland staff after the Six-to-Fix benefit, 2017.

Six-to-Fix Update: New Major Projects Revealed at Benefit Event

10/20/2017
By Nicholas A. Redding

On Thursday, October 19, 2017, Preservation Maryland hosted its annual Six-to-Fix Benefit to support the award winning program. Now in its third year, the program has amassed a collection of over 18 distinct and unique projects – each with their own set of challenges and opportunities.

Since the program’s launch in 2015, Preservation Maryland has leveraged an unparalleled $5 of support for these threatened sites for every $1 the organization has spent on the program. That 5:1 ratio is one of the reasons the effort is extremely popular with Preservation Maryland donors who also helped to fill the newly transformed historic Parker Metal Building into the place to be for the Benefit.

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Before the big announcement, Preservation Maryland elected five new board members and watched the premiere of a short video documentary showcasing the impact of the first two year’s of the Six-to-Fix program.

NEW MAJOR PROJECTS

The new class of Six-to-Fix projects represent the next step for the program and are one of the broadest, most diverse and inclusive collection of projects we have ever tackled. From documenting Maryland’s sites associated with Women’s Suffrage to taking a stand for our state parks’ cultural resources we are accepting big, bold and complex challenges.

Save the Crane
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Baltimore City & Statewide

Women’s Suffrage
Maryland Historical Trust
Statewide

The Dielman Inn
Town of New Windsor
Carroll County

Maryland’s State Parks
Friends of Maryland State Parks
Statewide

Tubman’s Legacy on the Eastern Shore
Malone’s Episcopal Church & Cemetery
Dorchester County

History of the Jones Falls Mills
Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance
Baltimore City

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THANK YOU TO OUR SIX-TO-FIX EVENT AND PROGRAM SPONSORS:

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Nicholas A. Redding · Executive Director

Nicholas A. Redding is Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director and between announcing major organizational updates, he often blogs about Maryland and Civil War history.

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