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Randolph Street United Methodist Church
Falling Spring Presbyterian Church  ​
ODK headquarters old train station
Christmas tree
Sigma Nu Meeting
Henry Street Church

Past Events

HLF Restoration Work — HLF's Lyle-Simpson fund recently provided a matching grant for repairs and restoration of an original, historic stained glass window at the Randolph Street United Methodist Church. The work, by Lynchburg Stained Glass Company, will take approximately two months.





Saturday, May 6, 2023  

Cemetery Conservation Event at Falling Spring Presbyterian Church

Saturday, May 27, 2023

Walking tour of the railroad in Lexington — HLF board member Byron Faidley will guide a walking tour of the railroad in Lexington, starting at the old train station, now ODK headquarters, at 224 McLaughlin Street. Wear walking shoes!

Historic Lexington Foundation decorated a beautiful Christmas tree in 2022 and 2023 for Natural Bridge State Park’s Festival of Trees, replete with past president Beverly Tucker’s hand-painted ornaments. Board members Susan Minor and Margaret Samdahl assisted in decorating the tree.

In September, Historic Lexington Foundation said "Thank you!" to our major donors at a reception in the Sigma Nu national headquarters in Lexington. The event also celebrated the life and generosity of the late Margaret Cole Davis, a steadfast HLF supporter and donor who died in 2020 at the age of 99.

A bequest from Ms. Davis enabled HLF to restore the roof and steeple as well as upgrade systems at the Gospel Way Church of God in Christ on Henry Street , which 150 years ago had been the town's first Roman Catholic church building. The Gospel Way church runs an important food bank, which is why the HLF-sponsored electrical upgrade was essential.

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