Images from the Dedication
Ceremony for Phase 1-A of the New Arts Complex: Anderson Choral Building
and Feazel Instrumental
Hall on Oct. 10, 2002 at Centenary
See details in the news release
Centenary Brass Quintet performs in front
of the new
Instrumental Hall before the 11 a.m. dedication
Crowd gathers in front of new choral building.
Television news crews film President Kenneth
L. Schwab's introductory remarks at dedication.
President Kenneth L. Schwab thanks Dr.
Alberta E. Broyles for her longtime support of Centenary. The Broyles Choral Room is named in her honor and the Choral Lounge is named in honor
of Dr. Broyles and her late husband A. Harvey Broyles.
Photographer Neil Johnson captures the William G. Anderson family (left) and music faculty members (right) Dr.
Gale Odom, Dr. Will K. Andress, Dr. Julia Thorn and Dr. Horace English as they unveil the name of the Anderson Choral Building.
At the Anderson Choral Building Dedication
Thursday, Oct. 10, Brant, Tina and Bill Anderson are pictured with Centenary President Kenneth L. Schwab. The building is named in memory of G.M. "Jake" Anderson and Dr. Gertie Anderson, Bill Anderson's parents.
Cole, Frances and Hank Anderson are photographed with President Kenneth L. Schwab in front of the Feazel Instrumental Hall, named in memory of Cynthia Day Feazel and Lallage Feazel Wall.
Centenary Choir members pose with Dr. Nancy Mikell Carruth (front row, fourth from left) prior to singing especially for Dr. Carruth in the newly named Carruth Choir Room.
Award-winning Camerata Singers, directed by Dr. Julia Thorn, perform at the Board of Trustees luncheon, the first function held in the new Anderson Choral Building.
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