Recognizing historic Eveleth structures since 1999.
Since 1999, the Eveleth Heritage Committee has presented a historic preservation award to the owners of a commercial, residential, or government building that has maintained its architectural integrity. The award was renamed after the National Trust for Historic Preservation launched “This Place Matters” in 2008, asking individuals to select and promote places that were significant to their lives and their community. This Place Matters highlights the important role that historic buildings and properties play in preserving our national heritage. Eveleth residents and visitors are invited to look at the buildings where the awards have been given and consider what stories these buildings have to tell about our past and about our future. Your input about our local treasures is important. If you feel that a building should be considered for the Eveleth Heritage Committee's This Place Matters Award, please contact us.
Past Historic Preservation / This Place Matters award winners: 1999: The Forte Family (101 S. Fayal Avenue) and The Karpen Family (107 S. Fayal Avenue) 2000: Joseph & Suzanne Meehan (507 Fayal Road) 2001: Guy Cuppoletti (719 Hayes Street) 2002: Kenneth & Delores Richards (520 McKinley Avenue) 2003: Daniel, Rondi & Maryssa Poderzay (100 South Elba Avenue) 2004: Jill, Tom & Tiffany Cossalter (117 Lincoln Avenue) 2005: Shari, Paul, Joshua, Matthew and Nathan Muhich (108 South Auburn Avenue) 2006: Lois Ferguson (610 Jackson Street) 2009: Tom Kallevig (200 McKinley Ave) 2010: Marge & Norm Olson (613 Pierce St.) 2011: Linda & Mark Davis (103 North Fayal Ave.) 2012: East Range Developmental Achievement Center (former Lincoln School) 2015: Miners National Bank of Eveleth
The Eveleth Heritage Committee presents Miners National Bank president Jerry Hoel (third from left) with their 2015 This Place Matters award.