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 - amazingly your act is to be restored to serve...
amazingly your act is to be restored to serve meetings of the up original state as nearly as Academy will be neld in the possible when it was one of Greene Acade my, and folding the earliest institutions of chairs are nee( f ed {or meet . higher learning west of the . d the art classes Any Alleghenies in the early cl f urch or person wisning to mL S- . j ·*. j ·* contribute chairs should con- The Academy committed it- t t Mrs Peccon ^.gooo, or self to engage Miles Davm of Mrs j h Vuknic Jr m . Waynesburg to restore the ex This will terior. This will include repairing or replacing defective brick and stones, sand blasting and repointing the brick and stone walls, and spraying w i t h s i l i c o n e f o r preservation. The work will begin next fall, and Mr. Davin, an expert in this field, will provide the service for the low cost of $4,000 as his contribution to the restoration. Academy president Alvin Laidley appointed Mrs. S. J. Peccon, Mrs. Arthur Biddle and Mrs. Walter Atalski to Membership dues cards will be mailed this week; annual dues from April to April are $5 ?25 sustaining, and $100 patron. The Academy had 215 members in 1973 plus a l a r g e n u m b e r o contributing financially to the restoration. All funds are used to purchase materials for the building. Contributions of materials are welcomed by the Academy. In the past two years donations of needed materials have'served to speed IN

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 15 May 1974, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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