Who We Are & What we do
MPF serves to preserve, protect and promote the integrity and character of Mariemont.
Mariemont Preservation Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving the residents and friends of Mariemont, Ohio.
MPF Areas of Focus
- Ensure continuation of National Historic Landmark Status
- Defend Mariemont’s Boundaries
- Safeguard Native American Archeological Sites
- Serve as stewards of the Eliphalet Ferris House
- Ensure longevity of historic features distinctive to our Village
- Support Mariemont’s national “Tree City” designation
- Foster a supportive working relationship with Village Administration
- Maintain public access to our archives
- Provide educational programs for children and adults
- Offer architectural/historical tours
- Present lecture series
- Create permanent exhibits and portable displays
- Record oral histories
- Organize community events
- Support local organizations
- Loan collections to other museums
- Publish Mariemont Directory & Village Guide
- Support Mariemont Centennial Projects
2023-2024 MPF Board of Trustees
President: Paul Mace
Vice President: Doug Manzler
Secretary: Cindy Chalfonte
Treasurer: William “Biff” Black, Sr.
President Emeritus: Rex Bevis
The President Emeritus is a new Officer Position to be be filled by the outgoing President, created to offer continuity and aid the transference of duties to the incoming President (adopted by the MPF Board of Trustees at the April 23, 2020 meeting)
Mayor, Ex-Officio: Bill Brown
Executive Secretary: Amanda Conners
Archivist: Linda Bartlett
Mary Ann Schwartz
Bob Van Stone
Mary Beth York
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