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The Youth Theatre of Hardin County, at this time of Thanksgiving, would like to thank the Hardin County community for the success of its 39th anniversary season. It was a fantastic summer production of “Bye Bue Birdie” and a trip for our group performance at the State Fair Coca Cola Talent Classic. This year we are planning to have Christmas in July with our 2011 summer production of “White Christmas.”
Many thanks to all those in our community who support this performing arts program for our Hardin County youth and their audiences. Our immense gratitude goes to First Federal Savings Bank who was again our Corporate Sponsor. We appreciate all of our patrons and contributors, which are too numerous to list here, for without this support the success of the program would not be possible.
We appreciate the talents of director, Bart Lovins, choreographer, Carol Zagar, our musical director, Kimberly Strange and Asst. Director, Eric Pope. They brought us to the professional level that audiences cheered about.
Our gratitude goes to all the staff, orchestra, board members and volunteers that were necessary to achieve our goals.
We wish to thank the staff of the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center and the Hardin County Board of Education, who welcome us each summer into their great facility.
Thanks to all those who supported us by attending “Bye Bye Birdie” and we want you to know that you are the encouragement we need to continue providing Hardin County with quality performances and to promote the performing arts in our area. We are grateful for your enthusiastic compliments.
We appreciate the help of our local news media for the publicity.
We also want to praise the young people who attended the workshops, those who were in our cast of “Bye Bye Birdie” and those in “Salute”. We thank you for your dedication and hard work to make sure your performances were the very best that they could be.
Again we thank the Hardin County community for its continued support and look forward to sharing Christmas in July with all of Hardin County at our 2011 production of “White Christmas.”
Bill Marsee, president
Youth Theatre of Hardin County Board