29 December 2010

OCHSA names new symphony hall after Mike F. Harrah

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When it comes to Santa Ana, I'm passionate about a lot of things. The other night I was able to see three things I love come together: the restoration of a beautiful historic building, the performing arts, and the enrichment of some of Orange County's most talented kids at OCHSA--the Orange County High School of the Arts. I turned over the building I restored and transformed into the OC Pavilion to the school and I am pleased to see it become a performance venue for the students. I've been involved with OCSHA for the last 11 years and, at the opening ceremony, I was presented with an award which read:

In honor of Michael F. Harrah for his unwavering devotion, vision and commitment to build, finance and continue to donate his time and resources to the success of the OCHSA campus and theater arts buildings.
LET IT BE KNOWN TO ALL THAT ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY - 11 DECEMBER 2010 - THAT THIS MICHAEL F. HARRAH RESTORED 1922 HISTORIC 250 SEAT PERFORMING ARTS THEATER LOCATED AT 920 NORTH MAIN STREET SHALL FOREVER BEAR THE NAME: MICHAEL F. HARRAH SYMPHONY HALL

Here's a video from that night:

All the Best,

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Mike F. Harrah

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