Golden Landmarks Association Announces 2020 Living Landmark Honorees GOLDEN, CO — Golden Landmarks Association (GLA) is proud to announce our Living Landmark honorees for 2020. GLA (www.goldenlandmarks.com) has selected three outstanding honorees as this year’s recipients; each has a long history of commitment to Golden. GLA is hosting its nineteenth Living Landmarks Dinner this year. The event recognizes individuals and organizations whose dedication and support of Golden has had a positive impact on the City and greater community. This year Golden Landmarks Association will honor Pat & Judy Madison the Greater Golden Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club of Golden. The Greater Golden Chamber of Commerce—Celebrating 100 Years! The Golden Chamber of Commerce strives to enhance and promote a healthy economic environment in the Greater Golden Area. Through their support of chamber members and businesses, through their collaboration with community partners, the city, county and state, they aim to enhance the quality of life for the community at large. We are proud to name Pat and Judy Madison as 2020 Living Landmarks. Judy and Pat both arrived in Golden in the 1970’s and it didn’t take long before they both became deeply involved in the community. Over time they have been involved with the Golden Civic Foundation, Golden Public Schools, Foothills Arts Center, Rotary Club of Golden, the Golden Fine Arts Festival and public art projects that can be seen along Clear Creek and in front of the Foothills Animal Shelter. Judy retired as a teacher of Ceramics and Sculpture from Golden High School. Pat is past owner of Golden Software. Rotary Club of Golden was chartered on March 24, 1986. After 32 years of service, Golden Rotary continues to attract leaders, share ideas, and take action on projects important to our community such as spawning the Golden Backpack Program to feed hungry kids, encouraging strong academics and leadership through scholarships, supporting strong ethics through the Ethics in Business awards program, and encouraging service by youth in Middle/High School, and the School of Mines. About Golden Landmarks Association: As the second oldest historic preservation organization in Colorado and a qualified 501(c)3 not-for-profit, GLA is dedicated to preserving Golden’s history and educating both residents and visitors about the Golden area. Our efforts to preserve Golden’s rich history have helped achieve the restoration and preservation of many local landmarks. These include the Astor House Museum, Burgess House and buildings within Golden’s Clear Creek History Park. GLA was also instrumental in the establishment of Golden’s three current historic districts and GLA continues its collaboration with Golden’s Historic Preservation Board and private citizens towards the designation of future historic districts. Our current projects include the restoration of the Brickyard House, curating the Ronzio photographic collection and the Pete Morrison collection.
2020 Living Landmarks Awards Dinner a...
Date and Time
Friday May 1, 2020 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM MDT
May 1st, 2020 Silent Auction begins at 5:30 pm Dinner and Awards begin at 7:00 pm
Mount Vernon Canyon Club 24933 Club House Cir, Golden, CO 80401
Individual Tickets: $95 Early Bird (Before April 10th): $85 Table of Ten: $850