Dec 122014
 
Roberta Spencer, President of the Key West Woman's Club, receives a check from John Johnson and Kelly Friend of the OIRF.  Funds were needed to improve storm protection for the Hellings House, home of the KWWC since 1940.

Roberta Spencer, President of the Key West Woman’s Club, receives a check from John Johnson and
Kelly Friend of the OIRF. Funds were needed to improve storm protection for the Hellings House, home
of the KWWC since 1940.

Old Island earns funds for grants to support preservation of Key West cultural history and maintain the Oldest House through their annual series of House Tours; the first of four monthly tours is scheduled for December 27th and 28th.

The deadline for the next round of grants will be announced shortly. Information on the House Tours and the grant program will be found on www.oirf.org.

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