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Centre’s First Lady on the Community Arts Center

December 30, 2013

John and Susie Roush in Lisi's Lab with their grandaughter“I believe the Community Arts Center is one of the prime resources available to people of ALL ages and economic backgrounds in our community. With its ever-changing exhibits, class offerings and guest lecturers, it seems there is something for everyone in the area of the visual and performing arts. In addition to its programs, it might be the best example I’ve seen of an old, unused building adapted for reuse. And, it’s been adapted so beautifully that it’s become a very popular venue to rent. My husband and I love going to the Community Arts Center, and try not to miss an exhibit. We have taken our grandchildren, adult family members, friends, and guests of Centre College – it’s a permanent fixture on our list of things to do!”

-Susie Roush
Pictured with husband Dr. John Roush and their grandaughter in Lisi’s Art Lab

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GoodGiving Guide Challenge 2013To support the Community Arts Center and the families that participate in exhibits and programs, please donate online via our GoodGiving Guide Challenge page through Dec. 31.

We are now in the middle of the Lottie Ellis Match Challenge, which means the Boyle County Community Fund is matching $.50 for every dollar donated! This means $10 gifts become $15, $50 gifts become $75, and so on through gifts of $1,000! Donors ages 21 – 36 are also eligible for the Golden Ticket Challenge.

As an added bonus for YOU, every $10 gift made until the Lottie Ellis match is over will enter you for a chance to win a free, private Starry Night Studio for up to 10 people! A $50 gift earns you five chances, a $100 gift earns you 10… you get the idea 🙂

Thank you for your support of the Community Arts Center!