The Boardman Performing Arts Center, a state-of-the-art facility showcasing music, arts and culture, was recently presented with a check for $2,000 from the Home Savings Charitable Foundation.
According to its supervisor Nick Opritza, the funds will be used to help purchase and install a new sound system, which well help improve the quality of their productions.
"There is a large volume of visitors coming to the Boardman Performing Arts Center enjoying the performances put on by our own children and community members. We, at the BPAC, are very interested in keeping our venue pristine for their benefit," he said. "That's why we are so grateful to the Home Savings Charitable Foundation for this generous gift, which will help us acquire a much-needed new sound system."
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Nick Opritiza, supervisor of the Boardman Performing Arts Center, left, and Boardman school Superintendent Frank Lazzeri, at right, receive a donation of $2,000 from Frank Constantino of Home Savings' Boardman office.
"We're proud to be able to support the Boardman Performing Arts Center," said Darlene Pavlock, executive director of Home Savings Charitable Foundation. "Working together, we can make a real difference for the arts in our community."