Membership is open to any individual, family, or business interested in the preservation, protection and maintenance of our architectural heritage.
Benefits of Membership
- Preservation Awareness
- Tours and Rambles
- Workshops and Lectures
- Community Awareness
- Periodic Newsletter
- Preservation Grants Program
Opportunities for Giving
In addition to paying their annual dues, Landmark Association members can make tax-deductible donations to the following funds administered by the Landmark Board of Directors.
John C. Perkins Fund – Established in 1999, the Perkins Fund is used to help defray Landmark’s operational expenses. It was named for realtor John C. Perkins, Sr., who served on the Landmark Board of Directors for a number of years and restored several downtown buildings.
Irene Sumpter Fund – Established in 1997, the Sumpter Fund is utilized to publish materials related to preservation and local history as well as for educational programming. Irene Sumpter published several books on Bowling Green and Warren County’s historic architecture.
Historic Rehabilitation Grant Fund – This fund annually provides grants to Landmark Association members for preservation projects on the exteriors of houses and buildings located in Warren County and at least fifty years old.
Make checks payable to:
P.O. Box 1812
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102-1812
Level of Membership
Historic Rehabilitation Grant Fund