Anne Arundel County has contribution $15,000 toward the $1 million goal of its current restoration campaign, the Charles Carroll House ofAnnapolis Inc. announced.

County support for all phases of the Carroll House project totals $45,000, which has been designated for restoration of the main parlor, where permanent recognition of the county's commitment to historical preservation will be displayed.

Robert Agee, representing the county executive's office, presented the check to Robert L. Worden in a Nov. 7 ceremony at the Carroll House. In addition to Worden, president of the Charles Carroll House of Annapolis Inc., Joan Abel and the Rev. Dennis Foley, representing the Carroll House Board of Directors, project architect James Wollon, campaign director H. Martin Moore and Carroll House staff and volunteers were in attendance.

The total restoration project will includecomprehensive, authentic restoration of the Carroll House and its 18th-century gardens for adaptive reuse for public meetings, receptions, tours and educational and cultural programs.

For more details about the Campaign to Restore the Charles Carroll House, or visitor information, call (301) 263-2969.

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