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Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park, thanks supporters for their efforts to restore the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the completion of the historically-sensitive renovation of the "White House," as it is known.
(Amy Davis)

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A ribbon cutting ceremony marks the completion of renovations of the Patterson Park Superintendent's House.
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park, thanks supporters for their efforts to restore the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the completion of the historically-sensitive renovation of the "White House," as it is known.
Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park, thanks supporters for their efforts to restore the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the completion of the historically-sensitive renovation of the "White House," as it is known. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
Tim Armaguer, left, and Nancy Supik, one of the founders of The Friends Patterson Park, enter the historic 1868 Superintendent's House to view the restoration. At the ceremony, keynote speaker Sen. Bill Ferguson announced that Phase 2, a new community programming building and courtyard, will be funded with $1 million in federal funds.
Tim Armaguer, left, and Nancy Supik, one of the founders of The Friends Patterson Park, enter the historic 1868 Superintendent's House to view the restoration. At the ceremony, keynote speaker Sen. Bill Ferguson announced that Phase 2, a new community programming building and courtyard, will be funded with $1 million in federal funds. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
Beth Braun snaps photos of the renovated kitchen, which is used by groups such as her Butchers Hill association, for events.
Beth Braun snaps photos of the renovated kitchen, which is used by groups such as her Butchers Hill association, for events. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
The historically-sensitive renovation includes the creation of a Visitors Center and a renovated meeting room (pictured) and offices for the Friends of Patterson Park organization in the "White House," as it is known, in the northwest corner of the park.
The historically-sensitive renovation includes the creation of a Visitors Center and a renovated meeting room (pictured) and offices for the Friends of Patterson Park organization in the "White House," as it is known, in the northwest corner of the park. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
Supporters of the efforts by The Friends of Patterson Park linger in front of the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House after celebrating the completion of the restoration project of the "White House," as it is known, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. At the ceremony, keynote speaker Sen. Bill Ferguson announced that Phase 2, a new community programming building and courtyard, will be funded with $1 million in federal funds.
Supporters of the efforts by The Friends of Patterson Park linger in front of the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House after celebrating the completion of the restoration project of the "White House," as it is known, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. At the ceremony, keynote speaker Sen. Bill Ferguson announced that Phase 2, a new community programming building and courtyard, will be funded with $1 million in federal funds. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
Supporters, including from left, Del. Brooke Lierman, Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park, Sen. Bill Ferguson, Councilman Zeke Cohen and Reginald Moore, director of Baltimore City Recreation and Parks, celebrate the completion of the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's House with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Supporters, including from left, Del. Brooke Lierman, Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park, Sen. Bill Ferguson, Councilman Zeke Cohen and Reginald Moore, director of Baltimore City Recreation and Parks, celebrate the completion of the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's House with a ribbon cutting ceremony. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
Councilman Zeke Cohen takes a photo of Sen. Bill Ferguson and Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park after a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the restoration of the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House.
Councilman Zeke Cohen takes a photo of Sen. Bill Ferguson and Jennifer Robinson, executive director of The Friends of Patterson Park after a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the restoration of the 1868 Patterson Park Superintendent's House. (Amy Davis)
Patterson Park Superintendent's House ribbon cutting
The historically-sensitive renovation includes a wheelchair accessible ramp in the rear of the "White House," as it is known, a Visitors Center and renovated offices for the Friends of Patterson Park organization.
The historically-sensitive renovation includes a wheelchair accessible ramp in the rear of the "White House," as it is known, a Visitors Center and renovated offices for the Friends of Patterson Park organization. (Amy Davis)
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