The CCCC was awarded a 2009 Keystone grant of $72,781. The CCCC already has the required matching funds in hand, so projects approved for this grant have already begun. First priority goes to upgrading Calvary’s electrical capacity to three phase electrical, and related necessary electrical work will be done. New electrical capacity can ensure both a full compliment of theater lights and main auditorium lights, and connections for the planned elevator. After that, we will begin work on restoration of the deep relief Victorian plastering in the sanctuary ceiling. The Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission has been continually supportive of the Calvary restoration project because of the architectural and artistic value of the building, and we also believe because of the innovative redevelopment and creative uses of the building’s space.
The CCCC was awarded a 2009 Keystone grant of $72,781.