We are so excited about the donations to date -- thank you!
The Strong City Preservation Alliance is having its monthly meeting next week, and the group will be finalizing some exciting engagement and fundraising events to be held later this month -- including some special guests that will be hanging out at the theater for a few days before Christmas and an opportunity for a sneak peak inside the building to watch a classic Christmas movie!
More details coming soon!
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Updated 320 days ago
PROJECT UPDATE #1
Thank you to the many people who contributed to the fund online to date and during our mini-launch at the fantastic Chase County Country Christmas this past weekend – here are a few photos from the event and of the theater – have a great weekend!
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