An Afternoon at Rockland
On Sunday, September 30, 2012, the Loudoun Preservation Society will host a fund raiser at Rockland to benefit its grants program. Neil W. Horstman, President of the White House Historical Association, will be the keynote speaker. Attendees will enjoy the historic home and lovely gardens. Hors d’oeuvres catered by Savoir Fare.
Thank you to our sponsors for supporting An Afternoon at Rockland. Event sponsors as of September 17:
Judy and Chris Gerow
Lori and John Kimball
Mrs. Eeda Dennis
Jane and Robert Kirchner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shuey
Sponsorship opportunities are available.
The Loudoun Preservation Society’s grants program provides funding to Loudoun County non-profit organizations and government entities for preservation, conservation, and restoration projects. Funds raised for the program go back into our community for these worthy projects. Over $830,000 has been awarded since the Grants Program’s inception. Please help us to continue this respected and much-needed program to preserve our precious heritage resources.
Rockland first came into the Rust family in 1817. The property and house were purchased by General George Rust from the estate of George Washington Ball. General Rust was a member of the Virginia legislature from 1819-1824 and Superintendent of the Arsenal and Arms Factory in Harper’s Ferry from 1830-1837. Rockland descended through the Rust family to the present-day owners.
Tickets are $75 per person. Limited tickets are available and advance reservations are required.
For information about the event, tickets, and sponsorships, e-mail email@example.com