The society, a non-profit organization founded in 1997, was also credited by the council for its achievement in getting the Republican Club, which was going to be demolished, recognized as a landmark in 2003, according to the society's president, Nancy Cataldi. The council also commended the society at the ceremony for including five institutions in the National Register of Historical Places: P.S. 66, the RKO Keith's theater, the Church of the Resurrection, Maple Grove Cemetery and the Forest Park carousel. By being on the register, grants may be provided to those places for restoration work, Cataldi said, noting that the Church of the Resurrection is currently undergoing restoratio
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