Grant awarded for Marion Women’s Club Home repairs

Kennith Bogan

Marion Women’s Club Home gets state grant

Ohio History Connection representatives presented the check to Women's Club members Keily Cunningham, Sharol Herr, Deb Stark and Margaret Sumner on March 1 at the Statehouse. Also present was State Rep. Tracy Richardson.

Ohio History Link associates presented the check out to Women’s Club users Keily Cunningham, Sharol Herr, Deb Stark and Margaret Sumner on March 1 at the Statehouse. Also current was Point out Rep. Tracy Richardson.

The Marion Women’s Club Household is pleased to announce that it is a 2022 recipient of an Ohio History Fund grant award of $6,250. The award was offered March 1 throughout Statehood Day at the Ohio Condition Cash in Columbus.

The grant award, alongside with a match of $6,750 from the Women’s Club, will repair service inside plaster and paint ceilings on the home’s next and 3rd floors of the historic household. This phase will assist the Club in generating total development toward preserving the structure’s historic character. When finished, the perform will help the Club to showcase the work of girls to reform the local community all through its heritage, as very well as open extra place for the other companies and initiatives the group hosts. The residence is listed in the National Sign up of Historic Places.

For much more data about the Club and turning out to be a member, call 740-387-1366.

Marion Palace Theatre to host a few dwell occasions in April

The Palace Cultural Arts Association (PCAA) is delighted to announce 3 stay gatherings will acquire put during April at the Marion Palace Theatre.

“Clue on Stage” directed by Emily Yaksic and featuring a forged of community expertise usually takes the most important phase at 7:30 p.m. April 1-2. Primarily based on the cult basic film and preferred board sport, “Clue on Stage” is the need to-see dwell comedy that keeps audiences guessing until eventually the closing twist. Tickets to this household-helpful output are $22.

Tony Danza will be performing at the Marion Palace Theatre on April 23.

Tony Danza will be executing at the Marion Palace Theatre on April 23.

Beloved tv star Tony Danza provides his strike display “Standards & Stories” to the Palace at 7:30 p.m. on April 23. Danza will accomplish a selection of his favourite benchmarks from the Great American Songbook when interweaving tales about his life and own link to the tunes. Reserved seating is $54, $47, $39, $32.

The U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters brings their 2022 Countrywide Concert Tour to Marion at 3 p.m. on April 24. The team performs a selection of tunes including standard choral, sea chanteys, opera, Broadway, present-day tunes and patriotic selections. Absolutely free tickets are accessible at the Palace Box Business office or Pillar Credit Union spots. Up to 6 no cost tickets might be asked for by mailing a self-dealt with, stamped envelope to the Palace Theatre, 276 W. Middle St., Marion.

Tickets may possibly be obtained in person at the Palace Theatre Box Office or by cellular phone at 740-383-2101 in the course of box workplace several hours. Ticket purchases may also be manufactured on-line at marionpalace.org. There is a $5 ease rate for each ticket when obtaining tickets on-line. Tickets will also be obtainable at the door one particular hour ahead of each and every general performance.

Part of Cherry Street to close Monday

Cherry Street, amongst Bellefontaine Avenue and Columbia Road in Marion, will be shut from 7 a.m. Monday until eventually 3 p.m. on April 1. City of Marion crews will be performing on a sewer problem at this area.

This posting originally appeared on Marion Star: Briefs: Marion Women’s Club Residence awarded Ohio Background Fund grant

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