Past Projects

and the foundations of CiviCure
Members of Civicure's board have been deeply involved in the community for decades.
The following are some of the many activities that served as precursors to establishing Civicure.

1976-1980 Civicure Co-founder, Rolf Sternberg is Chair of the Town of Hoosick Housing Authority, which obtains funding for Hoosac Meadows public housing and Wood Park Senior Housing. Also obtained Community Development Block Grant to renovate downtown public amenities including sidewalks and street lighting.

1978 Art in the Park exhibition in Wood Park, with works by internationally-renowned artists including Jules Olitski and sculpture by George Rickey and Isaac Witkin.

1980 Hoosick Falls Historic District is designated by the National

Register of Historic Places. Includes approximately 40 buildings on 8 acres in the central commercial district.

1983 Mural of Grandma Moses's painting The Blacksmith's Shop created to celebrate the close ties of this internationally-known artist to Hoosick Falls.

1976-1979 Successful Campaign to place the Guardian sculpture by artist José de Creeft in Wood Park in Hoosick Falls.

1999 Artists Carol Haerer and Philip Wofford gift works of art to CiviCure.

George Rickey:
Cluster of Four Cubes (stainless steel, 1992).
Washington, D.C.
National Gallery of Art

The Guardian by José de Creeft