A Washington Post feature highlights some of the great tales of lesser known Loudouners.
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Four distinguished honorees work to preserve Loudoun's history
Thomas Balch Library held its 20th annual Loudoun History Awards on Sunday. The awards honored four individuals who have selflessly dedicated their time and energy to preserve local history in Loudoun county. This year’s honorees included Kenneth Flemming, James Hanna, Louis Jett and James Lucier, Sr. “This is one of the special things that the Advisory Commission does,” said James Hershman, Jr, vice chair of the Thomas Balch Library Advisory Committee. “We have quite a distinguished group of people and these awards are a way of honoring people in Loudoun who work to preserve history," he added. "It is also a great way to call attention to this area and the need to understand the history here." Kenneth Flemming was honored for his work…