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Cargill committee donates to ACT

Published 10:07am Tuesday, June 25, 2013

 

The Cargill Cares Committee of Albert Lea’s Cargill Value Added Meats facility recently donated $500 to the Albert Lea Community Theatre board of directors to further enhance their educational abilities using their digital system. Besides four live performances ACT presents each season, they manage the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center and host the Met Live in HD simulcasts with Albert Lea Civic Music. ACT hopes to expand the use of the new digital projection and satellite system by scheduling more live simulcasts from organizations like the National Theatre and starting a program of film showings at the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center. Pictured are Co-Presidents of ACT Rosalie Truax and Tony Segura receiving a check from Deb Schatz of the Cargill Cares Committee. --Submitted
The Cargill Cares Committee of Albert Lea’s Cargill Value Added Meats facility recently donated $500 to the Albert Lea Community Theatre board of directors to further enhance their educational abilities using their digital system. Besides four live performances ACT presents each season, they manage the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center and host the Met Live in HD simulcasts with Albert Lea Civic Music. ACT hopes to expand the use of the new digital projection and satellite system by scheduling more live simulcasts from organizations like the National Theatre and starting a program of film showings at the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center. Pictured are Co-Presidents of ACT Rosalie Truax and Tony Segura receiving a check from Deb Schatz of the Cargill Cares Committee. –Submitted