Preserving history is commitment to remembering the past and a stepping stone for our future generations. How can we know where we are going if we don’t know where we came from?
One important piece of history is it’s old homes and buildings. By preserving historic structures, we are able to share the very spaces and environments in which the generations before us lived or conducted business. A snapshot of their daily lives.
These buildings change with us, thus recording a piece of each generation’s story. We have an obligation to respect this community resource and preserve it for future generations.
In addition to solidifying a community’s past, documenting stories and memories, preserving buildings and memorializing a way of life can help strengthen a community’s future.
The more the community is involved, the more attractive and effective an area will become for locals and visitors.
Always keep “The Son” in your eyes.