Heritage excellence for three Moose Jaw projects

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Three local projects will receive heritage awards.

On June 11, Lt.-Gov. of Saskatchewan Vaughn Solomon Schofield will present the 19th annual Heritage Architecture Excellence Awards at Government House. Three of the eight recipients are from Moose Jaw - Browns Socialhouse, Grant Hall and Ross School.

Browns Socialhouse is being recognized for sympathetic new construction, Grant Hall for rehabilitation and Ross School for adaptive reuse.

The other award recipients in Saskatchewan are:

• Affinity Campus and Stonebridge Special Use Park in Saskatoon, for adaptive reuse and landscape, engineering and agricultural works respectively;

• St. Elias Orthodox Church about 35 kilometers northeast of Yorkton for exterior restoration;

• “Original Humboldt project” for signage, monuments and interpretation; and

• Holy Trinity Church in Canora for long-term stewardship of a heritage property.

Check back to the website later today for the full story.

Organizations: Government House, Grant Hall and Ross School, Elias Orthodox Church Holy Trinity Church

Geographic location: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Stonebridge Special Use Park Saskatoon Yorkton Canora

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