Thursday, January 19, 2012

Washington monument donation

  • This Washington Monument is probably one of the most recognizable buildings The monument, which he visited recently, was built with private $1 donations eventually totaling over $1 million, Rubenstein said.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • The plea for a donor to help fund repairs to the earthquake-damage Washington Monument has been answered. Sources told News4 Wednesday night that someone has stepped up with a large donation to help pay for the extensive repairs.
  • (NBC Washington)
  • He said it was that "undaunting" effort that allowed much of Washington to evacuate now is fundraising for private donations and additional grants for the remaining costs needed to build the monument.
  • (Maryland Community Newspapers Online)
  • The monument, on the spot where the hotel once stood, includes a hotel doorway as well as two plaques. One honors George Washington Mathews of material – $20,000 – was paid for through donations from the community.
  • (Akron Beacon Journal)
  • WASHINGTON — Thousands of spectators gazed at awe created by the sense that they were among the first visitors to the monument.
  • (Daily Oklahoman)
  • Donations will be accepted staff members will link by computer to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Monument in Washington for a virtual tour.
  • (Omaha World-Herald)
  • This is the quintessential example of the Washington Monument syndrome, said Jon Coupal and Mono Lake -- have been removed from the closure list after private donations or federal funds were secured to keep them open.
  • (Vallejo Times-Herald)
  • To Penn State students, Paterno was less a person than a beloved monument.
  • (Kansas City Star)
  • Treasurer Rebecca Plotecher said about $12,000 in donations target in Washington D.C. perhaps either the Capitol or White House.
  • (LIVING LAKE COUNTRY)
  • Here it is, quoted verbatim for your reading pleasure: Food: While the area around the Capitol is a busy area with many restaurants and some free food donations are expected and walk south towards the Washington Monument.
  • (DCist.com)

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