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Lila Hill honored by Ada County with 2017 Making History Award

Pictured here (l-r) are Commissioners Rick Visser, Jim Tibbs and Dave Case; Lila Hill; Historical Preservation Council Members Sharon Fisher, Dave Davies and Forrest Hunter and Ada County Development Services Planner Brent Danielson. Photo courtesy of Ada County.

Pictured here (l-r) are Commissioners Rick Visser, Jim Tibbs and Dave Case; Lila Hill; Historical Preservation Council Members Sharon Fisher, Dave Davies and Forrest Hunter and Ada County Development Services Planner Brent Danielson. Photo courtesy of Ada County.

In April, the Ada County Commissioners along with the Ada County Historic Preservation Council awarded Lila Hill with the 2017 Making History Award, honoring people whose activities today are creating our future history.

Hill is the author of two books about Meridian-area history: They Came to Build a Community and Before the Times. Hill is also a volunteer at the Meridian History Center and a driving force to preserve and share Meridian’s history for future generations.

 

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