Representatives from the Florida Redevelopment Association will present the award on Monday, October 13.
The A. Quinn Jones Museum & Cultural Center was selected to receive the Florida Redevelopment Association’s (FRA) Roy F. Kenzie award for Cultural Enhancement. Each year the FRA recognizes outstanding efforts by redevelopment agencies throughout the state. Winners demonstrate innovation and positive impact on their communities and inspire other Florida Communities. Representatives from FRA will be presenting the award to the CRA Board and the community at the museum on Monday November 13th at 3:00 pm. All are welcome to attend.
The A. Quinn Jones Museum and Cultural Center is open Sunday through Thursday from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm and by appointment on Friday and Saturdays.
Desmon Duncan-Walker is the new Museum Coordinator for the A. Quinn Jones
Museum and Cultural Center. She is the daughter of Iris Duncan and George Walker,
Jr. and the granddaughter of Collins and the late Gloria Chestnut Duncan and the late
George, Sr. and Alma McDonald Walker. With a local family history that points back to
pioneer citizens of Gainesville, her roots in Alachua County run deep.
Featuring the A. Quinn Jones Museum and the Historic Depot Building at Depot Park
Check out this great new resouce featuring two CRA projects!