(Nome, ND) — A century old schoolhouse in rural North Dakota is being recognized with a preservation award. The Nome Schoolhouse has won the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The award honors preservation efforts for a building and its impact on a community. Chris Armrest and Teresa Perleberg bought the schoolhouse in 2018 and spent three years rebuilding it. The two other buildings receiving the award are located in Chicago and Los Angeles.
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