People and groups who have preserved Watertown’s history will be honored in June.
Several awards will be handed out at the Historical Commission Awards Ceremony will be held on June 5 at 7 p.m. at the Commander’s Mansion, 440 Talcott Ave., in Watertown. The event is free and open to the public.
The Richard E. Mastrangelo Memorial Award will go to the Watertown Community Mural Committee for the creation of the mural in Linear Park (the path between Waverley and Whites avenues.
Pam Piantedosi will be presented the Citizenship Award for her work on the documentary “150 on Main Street – The History of the Watertown Police Department DVD.”
Two awards will be handed out for the restoration of the Civil War era Soldier Monument in Saltonstall Park. John Spector will receive a Citizenship Award for his work, and David LaRocca will receive the Architectural Preservation Award for his work on the project.
The Environmental Preservation Award will be given to the Perkins School for the Blind for the restoration of a pond at the school.