Saturday, December 14 | 7-9pm | 124 W Chestnut Hill Avenue
The Architectural Hall of Fame Gala, a festive black-tie fundraiser for the Chestnut Hill Conservancy, is less than 2 weeks away!
Enjoy cocktails, dining, and an exceptional silent auction (sneak peeks coming soon!), all while supporting the Conservancy’s work to preserve and celebrate the history, architecture and open space that define our community. Tickets are close to sold out, so please do not wait!
The Gala is where we celebrate and reveal the winners of the publicly-chosen Hall of Fame. Find a list of nominees HERE (voting is now closed, but you can still read all about them).
Why We Support The Conservancy
It has been with great pride that my team, Nottingham, Walsh, Goodman Assoc. of Merrill Lynch, has fulfilled our 3-year commitment as the lead sponsor of the Chestnut Hill Conservancy. As someone who has lived and worked in Chestnut Hill for over 30 years, I am proud to support an organization that can have such a meaningful impact with preserving the beautiful community that we all love and hold dear, not only for our benefit today but also for the benefit of our children and the generations that follow.
The Nottingham-Walsh-Goodman Group of Merrill Lynch manages $1.4 billion in client assets. Just as The Conservancy is working to preserve a special heritage and legacy for Chestnut Hill, so too do we work for our clients to manage their assets for use today as well as for generations to come. Our mission and vision for our client’s wealth planning success is similar to the mission and vision of the Conservancy has for preserving the very valuable assets of our community.
Your neighbor,
Nottingham, Walsh, Goodman & Associates
We share common ground…
Since 1967, the Chestnut Hill Conservancy has served as an educational center and leading advocate for the history, architecture, and open space of Chestnut Hill and surrounding communities in the Wissahickon watershed.
Choose your community this Giving Tuesday with a tax-deductible gift to the Conservancy. Join the world, from your chair, in a global celebration of giving.
Chestnut Hill Center For Enrichment Collection
New to our Archives!
In 2017, the Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment (CHCE) closed its doors for good, after being a valued member of our community for 39 years. Upon closing, the CHCE gave our Archives several boxes of its materials, including board meeting minutes, program information, calendars, and over 100 photographs of people and activities held at and in association with the CHCE during that time.
Archivist Alex Bartlett just completed the processing of the collection. This involved organizing the materials (which was a small job, as the CHCE donated them to us already well organized!), rehousing the collection into archivally-stable folders and boxes, and then cataloging the records into PastPerfect, our cataloging software. This cataloging included the digitization of the photographs; these will be available on our online collection soon.
All of this would not have been possible without the kind donation of $1,000 from the CHCE, forwarded to us by its last Executive Director, Marilyn Paucker. Thank you so much for helping to protect this important part of our history!
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