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PHOTOS: New SFCC Theatre Opens

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Maintenance staff place the finishing touches on the SFCC Theatre for the Performing Arts before the VIP Grand Opening and Dedication on Feb. 27.


Mollie Doctrow (left), David Hale, Susie Hale, Jim Futral, and Cathy Futral enjoy the VIP Grand Opening and Dedication social hour in the Catherine P. Cornelius Student Services Center.


R.L. Geiger, Mary Geiger, Dee Houseknecht, and Kelleigh Tanton


Anita Kovacs, Leah Little, and Glenn Little


Pat and Tim Backer


Jill and Bobby Sconyers


David and Deanne Shanklin


The ribbon is cut on the SFCC Theatre for the Performing Arts by (left) Dr. Norman L. Stephens Jr., SFCC president, Richard Maenpaa, SFCC trustee, Lisa and Bill Jarrett, capital campaign chairs, Tami Cullens, SFCC trustee, Bill Hanser, president, STH Architectural Group, Denise Grimsley, District 77 state representative, Anne Reynolds, SFCC trustee, David Oellerich, vice president and general manager, Mathews Construction, and trustees Tim Backer, David Leidel, Gary Delatorre, and Dr. Louis Kirschner.


Glenn Little, vice president, Administrative Services, explains the theatre’s development and points out some of its new features at a public open house on Feb. 28.


Anne Reynolds, SFCC trustee and volunteer tour guide, leads guests past student and faculty artwork in the the upper level lobby.


Bill Kovacs, Cultural Programs technical director, speaks to a group of guests at the public open house.


The Highlands County Concert Band showed off the theatre’s crystal clear acoustics with a performance of patriotic music.


A bird’s-eye view of the SFCC Theatre for the Performing Arts.

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