We all know the feeling of sadness when a beloved local landmark loses its battle with the wrecking ball. Preserve Orange County was founded to raise awareness and advocate the preservation of our architectural heritage, so that in the future, we won’t have to look back and say with regret, “Why didn’t someone save that wonderful old building?”
The county’s non-profit historic preservation organization- Preserve Orange County- is now in its second year. The young, volunteer-run organization has done some advocacy, some outreach and education, and some organization building.
Our guest speaker will be Krista Nicholds, who will discuss Preserve Orange County’s accomplishments to date, and goals for 2018. Krista will also share the organization’s point of view about the state of preservation in the county. This will be a bit of a Homecoming for Krista since POC’s roots are in the Orange County Historical Society.
Krista is founding president of the Board of Directors of Preserve Orange County. She’s a former business executive now studying toward a Master of Heritage Conservation at the University of Southern California. Krista also serves as preservation consultant for Kelly Sutherlin McLeod Architects in Long Beach.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear about this important local preservation group and to find out how you can join.
Our meeting will be held on Thursday, May 10th beginning at 7:30 pm at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 2400 N. Canal St., Orange. As always, members and the general public are cordially invited to attend.