TROY, Ohio (WDTN) – The Miami Valley’s new performing arts center is one step closer to its fundraising goal.
Troy Christian Schools announced that Emerson, a technology and engineering company, has donated $500,000 for the incoming Arbogast Performing Arts Center.
Our friends at the Dayton Business Journal report that so far, $4.3 million has been raised for the art center’s $5.5 million fundraising campaign.
Fundraising is expected to be completed in December, with groundbreaking expected in Spring or Summer of 2019.
Emerson, Dave and Linda Arbogast, and Premier Health’s Upper Valley Medical Center have all been major donors for the project.
The Arbogasts, partnered with Troy residents, donated $2 million to the campaign, while Premier Health’s $1 million contribution will allow Premier’s name to be on the auditorium forever.
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