The Monroe County Historical Association honored owners of historic buildings who have shown their dedication to preserving, enhancing, and promoting Monroe County’s wealth of historic structures at its annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon held on Feb. 23 at the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort, Shawnee-on-Delaware.
Three categories of buildings were judged: Commercial, Publicly Funded, and Private Residence. The 2020 winners in the three categories were: Commercial Property, 616 Main Street (currently occupied by RAW Urban Winery & Hard Cidery and Mackey Photo & Video), Borough of Stroudsburg; Publicly Funded, Fenner, Snyder, & Robacker Homestead, Hamilton Township; and Residential Property, "Abeloff-Lambert Home" owned by Pearse and Lindsey Lambert, Stroud Township. The Heritage Resource Award was given to the Old Mill at Sciota (also known as Brinker’s Mill), Hamilton Township.
The Monroe County Historical Association is a cultural and learning center that assists our diverse community of residents and visitors in connecting the county’s past with the present. For more information, visit monroehistorical.org.