Here are two examples of the beautiful and
historical construction found in Woodstock, GA

The Barbara G. Ingram Citizen of the Year Award presented annually by Preservation Woodstock, Inc., previously Woodstock Centennial Commission, to a Woodstock area citizen who has made notable contributions toward the preservation of the city’s heritage.


1997 Juanita Hughes 
1998 Smith Johnston
1999 Glenn Hubbard
2000 David Rogers (posthumously)
2001 Mary Lou Reece
2002 Claud Barnes
2003 Homer Hughes
2004 Denver Rainey
2005 Mary Johnston
2006 Millilcent Barnes Fox
2007 Christine Blight
2008 Raymond Dodson
2009 Elaine Hubbard
2010 Jo Marchildon
2011 Kim Jordy
2012 Bill Johnston

Preservation Woodstock places plaques on historic houses, churches, businesses, and sites located in Woodstock’s historic area. The first phase of the project began during the celebration of the city’s centennial in 1997. Plaques were installed on the older buildings on Main Street to be a permanent way to preserve the city’s heritage. In 2003, more plaques were installed in conjunction with Medical Heritage Day. Another phase began in 2004 to mark an additional 30 structures, including Woodstock Elementary School. The plaques provide visitors and residents with information about the history of each location and are visible evidence of the value that the community places on our heritage.