ENGLEWOOD, N.Y. -- The Englewood Historical Society will hold its 31st Annual Awards Dinner Thursday, April 14 at the Crowne Plaza, Englewood.
Each year the historical society honor one or more buildings, individuals or groups that exemplify its mission of "outstanding achievement in restoration or preservation."
This year's honorees are former Mayor Sandy Greenberg and former Councilman Norman Davis.
Both are longtime members of the historical society. Davis was President from 2011 to 2015.
Sandy Greenberg , Mayor from 1976 to 1982, was the first female mayor of Englewood and has been a civil and neighborhood rights activist. She was instrumental in planning and facilitating major community-wide Arts Festivals, paved the way for the John Harms Center (presently bergenPAC), and created a board to encourage design standards and good architecture for downtown, among achievement.
Norman Davis came to Englewood from New York City in 1963. He has taken a leadership roles in the Democratic Municipal Committee, the Community Chest, the PTO Council, the Social Service Federation, the Englewood Economic Development Corporation, the John Harms Center, the Flat Rock Brook Nature Association, Englewood Partners in Public Education, the Rotary Club of Englewood, and the Englewood Community Foundation, among achievements.
All are welcome to help celebrate.
The cost to attend the buffet dinner with cocktail hour is $75.
For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org , or send reservations and check to Natalie Beaumont, 68B Dwight Place, Englewood NJ 07631.
The dinner will be at 6 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, 401 S. Van Brunt St., Englewood.