Preservation

Preservation In Action

The Ewing-Bordeaux home, located at 405 N. Lumina Ave., is one of few historically designated Wrightsville Beach homes.

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http://www.luminanews.com/article.asp?aid=13492&iid=421&sud=49

Staff photo by Joshua Curry 

Article by Marimar McNaughton
Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Building Maintenance Project:  Repair of the porch railing was made possible by donations from Special Wood, F&S Marine Construction, and USCG Station, Wrightsville Beach.


Great article in Lumina News, September 26, 2012

Timbers salvaged from partial pier demolitionClick here to read article


Many thanks to Josh Rickards, Creative Cascades, for donating the wonderful fish pond!  Stop by soon to see it!  The plantings made possible by the grant from Cape Fear Garden Club were used as part of the landscaping.www.creativecascades.com


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Volunteers organized by the Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Wilmington class for
Work on Wilmington
landscaped the museum site!
More info…


The Little Cottage That Could
Wrightsville Beach Magazine
by Gretchen Nash


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