On the 50th anniversary of its founding, Historic Lexington Foundation (HLF) announced the establishment of the Lyle-Simpson Preservation Fund. The fund encourages property owners to preserve architecturally and historically significant sites, structures and objects in Rockbridge County, Virginia, including the cities of Lexington and Buena Vista.
The fund honors the contributions in preservation made by Royster Lyle and Pamela Simpson, both of whom played seminal roles in HLF.
HLF is accepting tax deductible donations to the Preservation Fund. You can help to make this fund a long-term reality and help us to preserve the irreplaceable historic structures of Rockbridge County.
If you own or know of an important historic Rockbridge structure at risk, let us know. Please share the history and architectural construction of the structure, together with photos, a brief description of the restoration needs, and an address and directions to the at-risk structure.
Send your donations or information on an at-risk structure to HLF at P.O. Box 901, Lexington, Virginia 24450 or donate by clicking on the button below.
Click on the image below for a PDF with more information about this program.
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