Kinsey presents $100,000 check to Grumblethorpe

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6 – Today, state Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Phila., presented a $100,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission to Grumblethorpe.

Grumblethorpe is a historic landmark in the Germantown section of Philadelphia (part of the 201st Legislative District, which Kinsey represents) and part of the Colonial Germantown Historic District.

“Grumblethorpe is an iconic landmark here in Germantown that does such a great job representing our community’s history, traditions and culture,” Kinsey said. “I was proud to present them this check today, and I can’t wait to see how they use these funds to better this wonderful establishment.”

Kinsey was joined by Kayla Anthony, executive director of the Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks; Tuomi Forrest, executive director of Historic Germantown; and Norman Marcus, Grumblethorpe House committee chair, PhilaLandmarks Board, Historic Germantown Consortium Board.