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Sedona Historic Preservation Commission News

Sedona AZ (August 25, 2010) – Jane Grams and Michael Pierce have been recently appointed to the Historic Preservation Commission by the Sedona City Council.

Ms. Grams has a background in television and was President and General Manager of WTVC-ABC Channel 9 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Later, Grams worked as Vice-President of the Gaylord Entertainment Company where she managed the production companies and world-wide syndication until her retirement in 2001. Since moving to Sedona, Grams has been involved with Meals on Wheels, Sedona Women and Keep Sedona Beautiful. She is also a certified Master Gardener.

Michael Pierce has a Masters Degree in Public Administration and work experience with diverse non-profit organizations in northwest locales such as the Independent Order of Foresters in Oregon, Children of the World in Juneau Alaska, and ALHIV, an organization that advocates for people living with HIV and AIDS. Michael has a passion for educational documentaries and has produced videos for the purpose of education and marketing.

The Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for preserving historic sites, buildings and unique features of the community. The commission also hosts special events to help educate residents and celebrate local history such as National Historic Preservation Month. In anticipation of the Arizona’s 100th birthday, the commission is planning activities and events leading up to the anniversary date of statehood on February 14, 2012.

For more information about the Commission, contact 928-203-5035 or Klevin@SedonaAZ.gov and visit the city website at www.Sedonaaz.gov.

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