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KleinLife cuts ribbon on refurbished theater

KleinLife, 10100 Jamison Ave., last week cut a ribbon for the dedication of its refurbished theater.

Andre Krug, president and CEO of the agency, was joined by state Sen. John Sabatina Jr., state Rep. Martina White and Holly Lange, CEO of the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging.

Andre Krug, president and CEO of KleinLife, cuts the ribbon on the agency’s refurbished theater.
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There were performances by the Children’s Dance Factory, the Settlement Music School Fargenign Choir, pianist Anita Adelman Auerbach and vocalist Malaina Gallagher, who sang I Got Rhythm.

The renovations cost about $500,000. PCA provided a $200,000 grant. The rest of the money came from donations and a state grant. Krug presented Lange with a plaque of appreciation.

KleinLife president/CEO Andre Krug presents a plaque of appreciation to Holly Lange, CEO of the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging.

Krug explained that the theater was in real need of a facelift. It has new seating, carpeting, doors and sound and lighting systems.

More than 2,000 people visit KleinLife every day, and the theater is used for movies, concerts, community events and lifelong learning series classes. ••

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