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Sylacauga Arts Council hosted annual Dinner Theater last night


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – Last night at the J. Craig Smith Recreation Center, the Sylacauga Arts Council hosted their annual Dinner Theater, which takes place every year during the first week of February.

The event featured food provided by Hickory Street Cafe, and also featured the Top Tier Band for musical entertainment. The tickets were $25 to participate.

“It is really like a thank you note to Sylacauga for supporting the arts council,” said Vice President of the Sylacauga Arts Council Teresa Offord.

The two big awards given out were the President’s Outstanding Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award. Mandi Cantrell was the recipient of the President’s Outstanding Award and Judy Maness received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

According to Offord, the Sylacauga Arts Council has donated over $9,000 in grants this year to 17 different schools in the area.

“The event is very important because it gives us a chance to thank all those who support the arts council, and they also get to enjoy a fun night of entertainment,” said Offord.

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