Read and click links below to learn about The Cedars, Cates-Gaither House, how to make tax-deductible donations to the CREATE Gaither House Project Fund and when and where the next meetings of the Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage are scheduled.
A benefit for the preservation, relocation, and restoration of The Cedars (Cates-Gaither House), Fulton, Mississippi
Sunday afternoon, October 18, 2009 2:00 pm - 5:pm
Tours, history, music, food, games and more!
All proceeds to benefit the Create Gaither House Project Fund, the first project of Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage an affiliate of the Create Foundation of Northeast Mississippi.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
CREATE GAITHER HOUSE FUND
This fund is a special project of CREATE Foundation, Inc., Tupelo, MS, Northeast Mississippi's Community Foundation.
Your tax-deductible donations to help preserve and relocate the Cates-Gaither House are needed. Please consider making a donation to this important project. Send checks to
CREATE Gaither House Project Fund CREATE FOUNDATION P.O. Box 1053 Tupelo, MS 38802
Please indicate on your check that the donation is for the Create Gaither House Project Fund.
Individual and corporate sponsors are most welcomed in helping to save for the future this important house from Itawamba County's past.
Donations may be mailed directly to the Create Gaither House Project Fund or made online at CREATE Foundation Donate Online (provide special instructions that the donation is for the Gaither House Project Fund).
For additional information contact any member of Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage or send an email to Terry Thornton at
Photographs of Cates-Gaither House, September 2009
The Cedars, Cates-Gaither House, Fulton, Mississippi, is the first preservation project of the newly formed group, Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage. You are invited to join in this effort to relocated and restore one of Fulton's oldest surviving houses.
I absolutely love the photos of the Gaither House. I also enjoyed the video tour of downtown Fulton and ICC. Thanks for all you are doing to help preserve the history of our great town.ReplyDelete