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The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is pleased to announce its 2015 conference, Wisconsin: Frank Lloyd Wrightâ€™s Laboratory, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the five recipients of this yearâ€™s Wright Spirit Awards:
Â· Eugene Szymczak, owner, Thomas Hardy House (1905), Racine, Wisconsin â€“ Private category
Â· SC Johnson, Racine, Wisconsin â€“ Public category
Â· Joseph M. Siry, Middletown, Connecticut, professor, Wesleyan University â€“ Professional category
Â· Glenn and Mary Schnadt, Richland Center, Wisconsin â€“ Special Honors
Â· Robert and Bonnie McCoy, Mason City, Iowa â€“ Special Honors
The Wright Spirit Awards will be presented during the gala dinner at the conference on Saturday, Oct. 3 at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee. Two dozen speakers will make educational presentations, and 15 Wright buildings will be toured during the five-day event.