2014 is wrapping up, but our work is never done.
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Dear <<First Name>>,
This Thanksgiving, we're reflecting on what we have accomplished over the past year. We're thankful for our favorite historic places and spaces, our generous volunteers and donors, and YOU!

This year, we've spoken at conferences, hosted workshops, given tours, attended meetings, and gathered information about why preservation matters in Wyoming.  We stay busy at the Alliance for Historic Wyoming, but we want to make sure we take the time to thank you. 

People like you who are invested in protecting Wyoming’s places and spaces make this organization tick.  We appreciate your interest, your input, and your ideas, and always look forward to hearing from you.  Whether you need advice on a preservation project, are excited about a piece of Wyoming history, or are concerned with how to move forward with your preservation battle, we hope you think of us as a partner and advocate.

I hope that you will join us to ensure that AHW's projects continue in 2015.  Last year member donations represented nearly half of our annual income, making our supporters the most important part of our organization. Your membership strengthens our voice and supports the many preservation initiatives listed below. Thank you for joining or renewing your membership today

Happy Thanksgiving,

Carly-Ann Anderson
Executive Director
AHW's More than Mortar Campaign protects historic buildings.
The Historic Architecture Assistance Fund connects historic building owners with preservation architects.
Our Historic Landscape Initiative focuses on cultural resources on public lands.
"Rock Art, Ranches, Rails and Roughnecks in the Historic Red Desert" was our most popular Unbarred tour.  We're planning a repeat tour and others for 2015.
We now offer a printed quarterly newsletter as a membership benefit.  You can see past editions here.
This includes schools, libraries, downtowns, and neighborhoods.
We've awarded 20 HAAF grants to barns, houses, churches, and community buildings in 12 Wyoming counties. 
AHW's mitigation strategies have been praised for their innovation.
This summer we hosted a preservation workshop and tour at the Ucross Foundation and Rule Barn in Sheridan County.
Our nine-member board and volunteers like you provide thousands of hours of work toward the protection of Wyoming's historic places and spaces. Thank you!!!

#GivingTuesday is December 2!  We hope you keep AHW in mind when making your donations.

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