Maryland Historical Trust Presents Annual Preservation Awards

May 3, 2022
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As part of Preservation Month (May 2022), the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) will present 10 awards for noteworthy accomplishments in the preservation field, recognizing outstanding education, restoration, and revitalization projects, as well as organizational and individual leadership.

The Chesapeake Crossroads Heritage Area congratulates the Preservation Award Winners from Anne Arundel County:

Calvert Prize Theodore “Ted” H. Mack (Anne Arundel County) – Recipient of MHT’s most prestigious award, Ted Mack has a lifetime of service in promoting Maryland’s African American heritage and has made a tremendous statewide impact in Maryland, particularly in his eight years as chair of the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture.

Excellence in Public Programming Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park for “Our Changing Waterfront” (Anne Arundel County)- This new permanent exhibit connects residents and visitors with Annapolis’ maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay. Exhibit highlights include high-tech digital interactives, virtual reality experiences, aquarium and outdoor habitats, and hands-on discovery.

The 47th annual Maryland Preservation Awards, selected by MHT’s Board of Trustees, will be live streamed to MHT’s Facebook page throughout May. For a list of the events, go to

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