Tabor fetes Chamber
Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce stepped away from its usual monthly luncheon venue Tuesday for the spacious lobby of Wohlgemuth Music Education Center and the hospitality of Tabor College.
About 70 members were present to receive a welcome from vice president of advancement Ron Braun, and President Jules Glanzer provided updates on several college initiatives.
Preparation and fundraising continue for the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts, a comprehensive fine arts facility and campus gathering place at the center of the college’s $16.2 million Signature Campaign.
“Gifts continue to come in and we continue to call on people,” Glanzer said.
Tabor students Marin Robson, Ruth Sprainer, and Zach Neumann entertained members with music selections for voice and piano.
Members discussed a new upcoming event, a community block party Sept. 22 on Main St., as well as the annual Arts and Crafts Fair.
Last modified Sept. 10, 2015