Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Libby Levy is a humble powerhouse and a tremendous advocate for preservation efforts in Rome, Georgia. A member of the Trust for more than a decade, Libby is another example of the diversity of talent that highlights the Trust's membership. It is a credit to Libby that the Trust's Ramble this past weekend was a successful venture and a delightful trip. With her expertise in preservation and her knowledge of her adopted city, we at the Trust were all too happy to bow to Libby's expertise, her enthusiasm, and her obvious skill.
A talented artist, Libby has done wonderful work on projects throughout Rome. Her activism in her community is extensive, and her committment to her Rome's preservation and revitalization is absolute. She and her husband, Ira, are real assets to their community, and we are delighted to have the opportunity to recognize their efforts on behalf of the Trust and Georgia's historic resources.
This fall, the Trust will Ramble where we have never Rambled before- Atlanta! We hope you will mark your calendar's for the weekend of September 11th. Day passes will be available, and this promises to be a can't-miss event. Hotlanta may be a big city, but the in-town streets are quiet on weekends. You'll discover charming historic neighborhoods and beautiful community landmarks.