“Where there is no vision, the people perish”

Welcome to the Tehachapi Performing Arts Center Foundation; An organization supporting the "vision" of a place where the community of Tehachapi, and the world, could come together to celebrate the arts and history of Tehachapi. And so it began. A "vision" of a place where the community of Tehachapi, and the world, could come together to celebrate the arts and history of Tehachapi.  Tehachapi is a rapidly growing community and is now home to more than 30,000 residents. In the past, Tehachapi was known as a small agricultural community with few public buildings among which was a small building that housed the Heritage League museum. Today, with a rapidly growing population, those few small public buildings remain as the center of the city. The funds to build this Center are coming from grants, the donations from Community members and businesses, and government agencies. The Center is a collaborative effort of the following organizations as the funds to build this center are coming from grants, donations from community members and businesses, government agencies and maybe, special new friends, like you! In addition, numerous social and service organizations have donated funds and pledged volunteer labor to assist in the creation of this center. The entire community is excited and involved. Former Congressman Bill Thomas expressed his support early in the process by obtaining a $125,000 grant for the project from the U.S. Congress.
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The Tehachapi Performing Arts Center Foundation's directors and donors toast the close of escrow on 19415 Red Apple Ave., their chosen building site. On the left are Amanda Carroll, Winnie Diggs, Matt VoVilla, Leslie VoVilla, Kay Young and Dick Young. On the right are William Fletcher, Myra Fletcher, Gayel Pitchford, Alexis Milton and B.J. Mitchell. Photo by Nick Smirnoff
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