CHESTERLAND–State Representative Marlene Anielski (R–Walton Hills) commended local volunteer Katie Martin for her years of work for the Moreland Hills Historical Society and the Chagrin Valley Historical Societies Consortium. Martin, a founding member of the consortium, has worked tirelessly to preserve the history of Moreland Hills, especially the replica cabin near the birth site of the nation’s 20th President, James A. Garfield.


“Ms. Martin’s dedication to the history of Moreland Hills is truly commendable,” said Rep. Anielski. “Her efforts have allowed the Chagrin Valley’s unique history to be preserved for many generations to come.”


“For the past 17 years it has been my honor and pleasure to be associated with the Chagrin Valley Historical Societies Consortium, whose members bring local history to life,” said Martin. “The original six societies have grown to 15 and are thriving. Thank you for taking the time and making the effort to honor not only me but the many volunteers that make the Valley Consortium a significant contributor to the history of our State.”


Martin, the aunt of the late Congressman Steve LaTourette and great-aunt of State Representative Sarah LaTourette, also served as the President of the Moreland Hills Historical Society.

 
 
 
  
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