Fundraising efforts by the Rosewell Foundation Capital Campaign have surpassed $1 million in donations and pledges, Board of Directors’ president Clayton James announced to membership at the June 10 annual meeting.
James said the foundation will continue to employ “creative thinking and high-profile community participation” as it works to raise $3 million by the 300th anniversary of Rosewell’s construction.
“We are closer to implementing the Blue Print for the Preservation and Stabilization of the Ruins,” James said, as reported in a news release. “This is a plan that has languished over the past decade, but the 3D laser scanning project is almost completed, and this will give us more information than we’ve ever had about how to best preserve the Ruins.” James added that Rosewell’s future includes: “placing period appropriate permanent fencing around the Ruins and gravesite; implementation of the master garden and park...
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