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Duluth Preservation Alliance Centennial Homes Recognition

This May, the Duluth Preservation Alliance is recognizing Duluth homes which are turning 100 years old at its annual awards ceremony. The DPA is looking for applicants whose homes are turning 100 years old this year and that have retained their historic character.

If you would like to apply, or know someone who might qualify, you can download an application at duluthpreservation.org under the “Centennial Homes Recognition” tab. Applications are due April 18.

If you have any questions, please contact Bob Berg at 218-341-6143 or robert.berg @ duluth.k12.mn.ust.

11 Comment(s)

  1. I mean, I got the certificate for this when I bought my home, and….what happens next? Doesn’t pretty much every house in Duluth qualify? None of you has come forward yet with an excessive amount of fanfare and congratulations for my home being a part of this. I want more out of the DPA I guess is what I’m saying. Cake or something. A commemorative coin perhaps.

    Herzog | Mar 21, 2013 | New Comment
  2. H-dog,

    While I certainly appreciate your sense of writing-style, as well as your attempts at humor (as “dry” and/or “ironic” and/or “colorful” as it may be), I might recommend a slightly more restrained and parsed commenting presence, lest you become, well…

    vicarious | Mar 21, 2013 | New Comment
  3. Wigger please! Why do you suppose I do it? It’s the melba toast factor Victorious. I gotta be me. I recommend to you your days are numbered. Go back to your data processing or whatever, and breathe a sigh of relief, I’ll be gone soon enough and then you’ll miss poor Herzog.

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    Herzog | Mar 22, 2013 | New Comment
  4. *chirp* *chirp*

    baci | Mar 22, 2013 | New Comment
  5. I did this for my parent’s house. Got a wood plague to put outside, and some type of certificate (if I recall correctly).

    BadCat! | Mar 22, 2013 | New Comment
  6. “plaque” not “plague”, but given how sick I’ve been lately, plague is more appropriate…

    BadCat! | Mar 22, 2013 | New Comment
  7. You gotta be you, H, but do we all have to suffer while you’re (apparently) off your meds? You are starting to come off as a troll.

    If your house received a centennial certificate, then the fanfare came before you owned it.

    The DPA is a self-funded volunteer organization, not a city entity. If you want more out of them, become a member and ask “How can I help?”

    Tony D. | Mar 22, 2013 | New Comment
  8. To clarify, If the house came with a certificate when you bought it….

    And I realize that in the last two days, I may be coming off as a troll. Apologies.

    Tony D. | Mar 22, 2013 | New Comment
  9. The Baghdad Preservation Alliance

    During the shock and awe of Operation Iraqi Freedom, handing out commemorative stickers, coins and certificates from my organization the ‘Baghdad Preservation Alliance’ would’ve made all the difference.

    By endearing us to the locals with slogans like ‘Standing in the remains of where your home once stood is a valuable reminder it was just a material object preventing you from discovering the rest of the world’ or ‘Your once beautiful city in ruins doesn’t have to be a negative thing, go out and find yourself,’ they would’ve known the depth of our love.

    The official chocolate coin even had a beautiful golden wrapper with smiling portraits of George H.W. Bush Senior and George W Bush Junior on either side to help tell them apart, and commemorating our years of contributions to their prosperity. Eleven trillion dollars of hard earned tax payer dollars invested there? Priceless.

    Herzog | Mar 24, 2013 | New Comment
  10. Heh, data processing. If only my profession were that non-adventurous.

    vicarious | Mar 24, 2013 | New Comment
  11. Upon further thought, my job duties entail full-time processing of data in order to not die. So…yeah.

    vicarious | Mar 24, 2013 | New Comment

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