East Greenwich Historic Preservation Society

Mission / Purpose

The long range purposes of the East Greenwich Historic Preservation Society are:
  • The preservation of the heritage of East Greenwich, its history, its customs
  • The promotion, through education, of an interest and appreciation of this heritage 
  • The recognition, promotion of, preservation and aiding in the restoration of buildings and sites of historical significance
  • The preservation of buildings to serve a useful purpose in the Town
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We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an all volunteer staff.


Operating Year: June 2018 - May 2019


Board of Directors
President: Virginia Schmidt Parker
Vice President: Eugene Dumas
Secretary: Gloria DePaola
Treasurer: Susan Curado
Historian/Archives: Rachel Peirce
 
Officers/Committees
Programs & Publicity: Gloria DePaola
Membership: Rachel Peirce
Property Management: Joyce McGinn
Hospitality: Susan Curado
Newsletter: Marion Helwig
Obituary Files: KarenLu LaPolice
Fire Safety: Karin Pierson Lukowicz
 
Members at Large
Member at Large: Mark Bennett
Member at Large: Karin Pierson Lukowicz
Member at Large: Marlene Haglund-Hatch
Member at Large: Joseph Coduri
 

Meeting Info


 
Meetings are generally held in conjunction with a pot luck dinner at our headquarters at the old Jail (110 King Street).
  • 6:30 PM
  • The 3rd Monday of the month
  • September through June
Always check the newsletter for special meetings or change of date or location.  Due to accessibility problems (steep stairs, limited parking, ice and snow) that impact some of our long term members, we have several winter meetings on Sunday afternoons at the East Greenwich Police Department Community Room.