A 100-year-old building that housed sets, props, and costume pieces for the Flat River Community Players in Greenville, Michigan, burned to the ground, destroying everything inside. According to an article from MLive, the fire started just after 2:00am, Tuesday, December 3rd. In a matter of hours the fire reduced the makings of over 45 productions to a smoking pile of ash.

According to a GoFundMe page, "The Flat River Community Players is a non-profit organization with the purpose of the production of quality live theatre for the creative enlightenment of local communities and cities, which are for educational and/or for the public welfare. The vision is to enrich the community by celebrating the human experience through artistic expression and dramatic presentation." If you would like to help the the Flat River Community Players rebuild, click on this link to contribute to their fundraising campaign.

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