United Way of Sidney Supports the Arts
With Donation to Tri-Town Theatre

SIDNEY - The Tri-Town Theatre received a donation from the United Way of Sidney at the United Way's annual meeting Jan. 29. Scott Jerauld, ,president of Tri-Town Theatre, expressed their gratitude to the United Way of Sidney for their support throughout the years, Tri-Town Theatre had a very successful year in 2010. They produced. four shows starting with "The Voice of the Turtle" which was presented at the Sidney Masonic Temple. The summer production was "Always Patsy Cline" and Neil Simon's "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers," both performed at General Clinton Park. The last show for the 2010-year was Roald Dahl's "Willy Wonka".

Tri-Town Award
A DONATION to the Tri-Town Theatre from the United Way of Sidney
is presented by Nancy McLean, representing the United Way,
to Scott Jerauld, president of Tri-Town Theatre.

Scott noted how important it is to bring the arts to the community, and how the children grew through their experience with the theater.

In 2011, the Tri-Town Theatre will again present four shows. The first will be a comedy, "Vanities," directed by Jack Deuel and performed at the Sidney Masonic Temple. The next two productions will be staged at General Clinton Park. They are "Nunsense," a small scale comedy and "Moonlight and Magnolias," also a comedy.. The final production has not yet been decided.

While Tri-Town Theatre appreciates the support of the United Way of Sidney, they in turn have supported the organization's fund drive. The United Way of Sidney expressed their thanks to Tri-Town Theatre. "Due to your generosity the United Way of Sidney has been able to support the arts through the Tri-Town Theatre which adds to the quality of life in our communities."

Reprint from The Tri-Town News