THANK YOU to all of our sponsors who made our annual fundraiser a success!

Because of your contributions and support, we are able to serve over 90,000 people annually in our theater, visual arts center, and educational outreach programs.

BerganKDV, Ltd.
Stringline Motion Picture Company, LLC

Granite Equity Partners
Mahowald Insurance
Ms. Melinda’s Dance Studio
Northwestern Mutual
Times Media

Auto Parts Headquarters
Big River Consulting Group, LLC
D. J. Bitzan Jewelers
Borgert Products, Inc
Mike and Karel Helgeson
Louise Muggli
Quinlivan, Hughes
Warnert Commercial Real Estate
Bob and Penny White
Xcel Energy

AIS Planning
Apollo Insurance
Rebecca Billig
Bonnie and Stephen Bologna
Jerry and Elaine Bauerly
Robert Danahar
Jim and Jan Davis
GLT Architects
HMA Architects
Bob and Judy Johnson
Brian and Bonnie Kay
Gordy and Michelle Meyer
Dan and Cherrie Meyer
Microbiologics, Inc
Palmer Printing
Paul and Kim Thompson
Think Tourism
Stinson Leonard Street

Silent Auction Donors:

American National Bank
Apollo Insurance
Bachman Jewelers
Bailey Nurseries
Blackberry Ridge Golf Course
Boulder Tap House
Brookwood Farms
Chris Denn
Courtyard by Marriot
Cowboy Jack’s
D’Vine Pizza
Dan Mondloch
Dolsie’s Lunch Box Grille
Howie’s Food, Spirits, & Sports
Jack & Jim’s
Jerry & Elaine Bauerly
Jule’s Bistro
Kohinoor Bar & Grill
Lian Quan Zhen
Minser Chiropractic
Oak Ridge Hotel and Conference Center
Pickled Loon
Pioneer Place
RJ Stables
St Cloud Country Club
St Cloud State University
Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Wapicada Golf Club
White Horse
A special thanks to Merrill Printing, Peter Johnson and Clarke James Athman.

Melissa Gohman, Visual Arts Director at the Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center recently created and installed a six foot round sculpture in the City of New London. Melissa was joined by Kristin Allen, Artistic Director for the RiverSpace Project, Rebecca Sakry and many other community members who assisted with the project that happened between July 6 – Sept 16th, 2015. The cement and glass sculpture represents the three tenets of the project: History of space, Natural Resources of the area and community. The “Millstone Mosaic” was dedicated on Sept. 19th in New London.  

The RiverPlace project was funded by a grant from ArtPlace America.       

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