Miracle Theatre announceed that the Production Sponsor for their upcoming comedy, “Halfway There” is Wood Wheaton Supercentre. Left to right Ted Price, Director Miracle Theatre, Al LeFebvre, Prince George Community Foundation President, Laurie Hannon, Controller Wood Wheaton, Mark Chester, Sales Manager and Anne Laughlin Producer Miracle Theatre.
Producer, Anne Laughlin explained that, “As the play’s senior sponsor, Wood Wheaton’s contribution of $5,000 is a real boost to the project during this stage of our preparations”.
Over the past 3 years Miracle Theatre productions have raised over $144,000 which has been donated to Prince George’s Salvation Army Food Bank/27 Million Voices, Spirit of the North, and United Way. Halfway There is being produced for the sole benefit of the Prince George Community Foundation who will receive 100% of the proceeds. The monies raised will establish a “Children of Prince George Fund” where the income earned will be granted back to children related charities in Prince George. The Prince George Community Foundation, established in 1995, is a registered charity committed to supporting our community. To date over $1.5million has been granted back to the community.
Wood Wheaton Supercentre is a long standing contributor to the Prince George Community Foundation and a new sponsor of Miracle Theatre’s fundraising efforts. General Sales Manager, Don Willimont stated, “It has been said that without a sense of caring there can be no sense of community. In this spirit of community, Wood Wheaton is proud to assist Miracle Theatre in its support of the Prince George Community Foundation.” Citizen photo by Brent Braaten