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Brian Wildes, Marcella Wildes, hosts

Members and guests of the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society (PCHPS) joined together to celebrate the holidays at the Highland Park home of Marcella and Brian Wildes a few weeks ago.       

PCHPS president Venise Stuart welcomed guests along with her husband, Larry, including event organizer Tish Key, Marla and Mike Boone, Lucinda and Barry Buford, Glenda Cotner, Betsy Crousen, Joan Clark, Erin and Bobby Geary and more.
       

Membership in PCHPS is open to the public and includes such benefits as educational meetings in private homes, opportunities to become involved in the events each spring including the Distinguished Speaker Luncheon happening on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, chaired by Shelby Fuqua and Julia Fuqua and featuring Candace “Candy” Evans as the keynote speaker; the Historic Home Tour on Saturday, April 13, 2019 chaired by Suzie Curnes, and the Classic and Antique Car Show, on Saturday, April 27, 2019 chaired by Polly and Dan McKeithen; participate in the annual July 4th parade and more. Visit the website at pchps.org for tickets, underwriting opportunities and more information.

           

Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society’s mission, the central purpose and mission of the Society, is to preserve and promote the history, architecture, aesthetics and cultural traditions of the Park Cities, “Shaping the Future of Our Past.”  PCHPS vision, the desired future vision for the Society, is to inspire passionate community support for the preservation of historic homes, buildings, parks, landmarks and traditions of the Park Cities.   

 

Photos by Rob Wythe/Gittings.

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