The Preservation Society of Loudoun County presented its sixth biennial Historic Preservation Awards Program Saturday at the Shelburne Glebe, a former parish of the Church of England. The 774-acre estate southwest of Leesburg will be developed into nine 50- to 88-acre sites and a 230-acre colonial estate that includes the 18th-century manor.

PRESERVATION THROUGH RESTORATION AND RECONSTRUCTION

Merit Award: The Janney House, Purcellville. Keith and Shaileen Backman, owners.

Merit Award: The Smallwood House, Waterford. Edward P. and Elizabeth L. Davis, owners.

PRESERVATION THROUGH STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION

First Award: Column Restoration, Oatlands. The National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Merit Award: Log Cabin, Upperville. William and Hildegarde Klene, owners.

PRESERVATION THROUGH REHABILITATION AND ADAPTATION

First Award: Ford Store, Round Hill. Ford's Store Committee, Town of Round Hill.

Merit Award: Janney's Store, Lincoln. John F. Janney, owner.

Merit Award: North Fork Primitive Baptist Church, North Fork. William and Donna Miner, owners.

Merit Award: 29 North King St., Leesburg. Caro Elise Luhrs, owner.

PRESERVATION THROUGH HISTORIC DEPENDENCIES

First Award: 1780 Log Cabin, Purcellville. John D. Marsh, owner.

Merit Award: Spring House, Round Hill. Russell Parks Jr., owner.

COMMUNITY PROJECTS

First Award: Mountain Gap School, Oatlands. The National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Merit Award: Paeonian Springs Community Project, Paeonian Springs. Paeonian Springs Council.

Merit Award: Bluemont Community Center, Bluemont. Bluemont Community Center.

LANDSCAPING PROJECTS

First Award: Retaining Wall, Lincoln. Goose Creek Meeting of Friends.

Merit Award: Daydream Farm, Lucketts. Peter and Mary Gustafsen, owners.