The Chamber had the opportunity to take part in the Danville Area School District’s Homecoming festivities on Friday, Oct. 5, specifically by helping cut the ribbon on the high school’s new performing arts center. The ribbon cutting for the new facility, which opened in August, was held in between the Homecoming parade and the football game.
Prior to the ribbon cutting, district superintendent Dr. Jason Bendle, as well as high school principal Jeremy Winn and director of student activities and services Chris Johns delivered brief remarks and acknowledgements, while noting that this project had been discussed and planned for years before finally being set in motion. Overall, from concept to completion, the project spanned several superintendents, administrators and school board members. The event was also attended by representatives from Montour County and the Borough of Danville, as well as several members of the public. Following the ribbon cutting, attendees were able to take a tour of the facility and check out the spacious new auditorium.