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Preserving history: Sustainable feast set for Oct. 3

Pike County’s 1870 Society and Pike Historic Preservation will host their annual Sustainable Feast on Sunday, Oct. 3 as they continue their mission of preserving local brick-and-mortar treasures.

“We hope to share the 2021 Sustainable Feast with everyone – we have missed you! Now, with the proper precautions, we want to catch up and celebrate a brighter tomorrow at our feast this year,” said Chris Curry. “We want to say ‘thank you’ for your continued support of our nonprofit’s mission of saving our historic buildings and landscapes. We’ll be dining in Molena at the corner gallery on Main Street. We’ll give you updates on our on-going projects and, we’ll honor our 2021 Pike Preservation Award winner that evening–this year, we’ve chosen an inspiring “can-do” recipient who has made a great contribution to saving our historic buildings. Join us for cocktails beginning at 6 p.m. with dinner to follow.”

RSVP for the dinner by Sept. 26 by calling or texting 770-841-9268. Annual dues for the 1870 Society Membership are $100 per individual and $175 per couple. Those interested in attending the dinner can bring a check or credit card to the Sustainable Feast, send it to Pike Preservation, P.O. Box 489, Zebulon, GA 30295 or drop it by the bookstore in Zebulon. 

“Thank you so much. Your support means the world to us. We use our funding to save historic buildings in Pike, get out the word on the “how-to’s, sponsor SlowExposures and honor our community’s historic building champions,” said Curry. 

Pike Historic Preservation is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to the preservation of Pike County’s historic buildings and landscapes. Pike Historic Preservation board members include Anna Evans, Chris Curry, Joy Whisenhunt, Elsie Anderson Bell, Tammy Lindsay, Jessica Butler and Ace Amerson.

“Donations are tax-deductible and always appreciated! We hope that you will join us throughout the year to support the exciting and rewarding projects that honor our past and insure the future of these wonderful resources,” said Curry. 

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