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Historic Crofton House Lands $10,000 Donation

The Greater Crofton Council gave funds to support the preservation of Historic Linthicum Walks.

Katie Dentler of the Friends of Historic Linthicum Walks, with Torrey Jacobsen of the Greater Crofton Council (Credit: Friends of Historic Linthicum Walks)
Katie Dentler of the Friends of Historic Linthicum Walks, with Torrey Jacobsen of the Greater Crofton Council (Credit: Friends of Historic Linthicum Walks)
The Greater Crofton Council recently donated $10,000 toward the preservation of one of the area's most historic homes.

The money will go toward the upkeep and promotion of the Historic Linthicum Walks house and its grounds, located near Crofton Middle School. 

Volunteers have recently bolstered their efforts to preserve the house, which was built in the 1700s. Recent plans have called for using the house as an arts center. The Friends of Historic Linthicum Walks was recently incorporated and has obtained non-profit status.

Linthicum Walks is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Maryland Historic Trust.  

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