Membership / Donations

Donations to Quincy Valley Allied Arts are welcome from any individual, organization, business or corporation.

 

We have really grown since our first meeting in October of 1999.... We started out with a bang in the Spring of 2000 with our production of “Oklahoma!”, and we’ve been going strong ever since.

In addition to our annual spring productions, we have added Children’s Theatre, Summer Theatre, and a community Christmas Concert as well as providing numerous scholarships to Quincy high school graduates majoring in the arts.

 

QVAA’s operating expenses, such as insurance, spotlights, sound and equipment maintenance, are paid for by our patrons’ memberships, grants and donations. Actual production costs, like royalties, scripts, costumes & make-up are paid from the box office sales. Cost of production varies from show to show but an average musical production costs in the neighborhood of $3,000 just for royalties and scripts.

 

Quincy Valley Allied Arts exists because of your support, both physically and financially. Thank you for supporting the Arts in our community.

Friends

Amy Adams

Josh & Becky Buys

Larry Clark

Laura E. Hoyt, DVM

Reed Hyer Family

Jean Lindberg

Terry & Linzi Michel

Holly Petersen

Arlen & Dyanne Solders

Marlene Stone

Washington Trust Bank

Benefactor

Patric & Nancy Connelly

Shirley Dreher

Robert Duda

Elaine Elshoff

Jick & Helen Fancher

Lorin C & Gail Grigg

Keith & Sherri Kooy

James & Marylou Krautscheid

Dave & Allyson Lemon

Jackie Ovenell

James & Sandra Poldervart

Quincy Mini Storage

John & Marie Rylaarsdam

Louie & Joan Schuler

David & Chanin Street

Eric & Marcia Streich

Ann Trantow

Dave & Harriette Weber

Patron

Phil & Pam Anderson

Shirley Bergerud

Harvey & Judy Bryant

Jim & Marilyn Cobia

Jenny Hayes

Howard & Marilyn Hyer

Greg Klingel

Larry & Bonnie Kniveton

Clinton & Lorraine Kooy

Wes & Karen Kooy

Evan Landin

Dean & Gloria Ottley

Gary & Mandy Ottley

Quincy Hardware & Lumber

Royston Farms, INC

Carl Yeates

Corporate Sponsorships

Central Bean Co.

Kooy's Irrigation, INC

Martin Morris Agency

Ovenell Farms

Overcast Law Offices, PS

Paul & Jane Slager

 

Lifetime Members

Clifton Larson Allen

Dan Nielson

Lorraine Miller

Randy Brooks

Grants / Donations

2016 / 2017 Grants

All State Insurance

Columbia Basin Foundation

Microsoft

2016 / 2017 Donations

 

Clifton Larsen Allen

Kooy's Irrigation

Martin Morris

Yahoo

 

Scholarship Information

Dan Slater Memorial Performing Arts Scholarship

 

 After the death of Quincy High School choral director, Dan Slater, in December 2000,

Quincy Valley Allied Arts put together the “Dan Slater Memorial Performing Arts Scholarship”. Each year we invite graduating seniors from the Quincy community, who plan to continue their education in one of the Arts, to apply for the two $250.00 scholarships. 

 

Our Story

The Quincy Valley Allied Arts (QVAA) is a local nonprofit organization providing access to the arts with emphasis on theatrical & musical

experience for the greater Quincy Valley.

Founded in 1999, QVAA relies entirely on volunteered resources and grant funding. To conduct its activities, QVAA must coordinate and integrate the efforts of the many people, volunteers, and material resources available from throughout the community. Though the process may be tough, we take pride and have fun in the entertainment of Quincy!

The organization had its first regular meeting in October of 1999, quickly followed by its first actual production, “Oklahoma!” in the spring of 2000. We have since produced an all community musical each spring, a Christmas Community Concert, a children’s theater each fall, and a comedy or melodrama each summer with a few miscellaneous performances from neighboring communities thrown in. In addition to our productions, we award scholarships to area High School Seniors who are continuing their education in the Arts. As you can see, we are committed to providing the Quincy Valley with varied opportunities to enjoy the Arts.

 

In order to do this, we need and value the input of the Quincy Community. Obviously we cannot do the things we do without a budget. We therefore need monetary input. The money raised from memberships is used to cover overhead costs such as insurance, sound and lighting equipment, and general expenses. In addition to monetary support, we need physical support. By this we mean your attendance of our shows, as well as your reactions to them. We really appreciate your feedback! We also covet your help with set building, acquiring props, backstage help, and of course it just wouldn’t be a show without people who are willing to actually be on the stage!

 

Once again, thank you for your support!

 

- The Quincy Valley Allied Arts Board -

 

Quincy Valley Allied Art Members

 
 
 

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