During the last ten months, the Arvada Center staff has been comforted, encouraged, and humbled by the outpouring of generosity and support from our community.
As we think about how we will thrive post-pandemic, we begin to think about how creativity plays an essential role in recovery. It takes creativity to reimagine, rebuild and reunite. That is what we are doing at the Arvada Center. We have a long way to go to recoup the lost revenue we have experienced because of the pandemic, but we know we will be able to get through this with our loyal patrons and donors.
Today, we want you to meet some of our long-time supporters, Sandy and John Fraser. This couple has been coming to the Center for nearly 20 years. Their kids grew up playing on Squiggles and taking acting, dance and theatre classes at the Center. Knowing the positive role the Arvada Center played in the lives of their children, the Frasers have generously funded several programs at the Center, including scholarships in our education department.
We are so grateful to all of our donors who, like the Frasers, know the value of the arts in our community. Join us on our journey of recovery as we reimagine, rebuild and reunite the Arts.