May is Preservation Month and the Bristol, Virginia Historic District Preservation Award Committee will be hosting a ceremony and award presentation for this year’s preservation award winners on Thursday, May 28 at 1:00 p.m. in the Performance Theater of the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. The mission of the the committee is to encourage excellence in preservation and thereby decrease blight in the city by recognizing and honoring property owners and developers who engage in high-quality preservation projects within the city’s five historic districts. The five historic districts are Euclid Avenue, Solar Hill, Bristol Downtown Commercial, Bristol Warehouse, and Virginia Hill, and nominations were received in three of the five districts. The award will be presented annually in May, and homes and buildings are nominated by members of the public. The public is invited to attend the May 28th awards ceremony; refreshments will be served afterwards. For additional information, contact Catherin Brillhart, Mayor of Bristol, Virginia, and chair of the Historic District Preservation Award Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (276) 466-9541.