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Owners of Silverton’s Palace Theatre retiring from business in October

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The Owners of Silverton’s Palace Theater have announced they will be stepping away from the business after their lease runs out on October 1.

Co-owners Stu Rasmussen and Roger Paulson have owned the theatre since 1974.

Rasmussen cited a lack of flexibility with landlord Marjorie Eng and the inability to open up due to the pandemic, forest fire smoke and a sewage leak. Eng couldn’t be reached for comment. 

The theatre has had its fair share of bad luck after having to close down for a short time in 2012 due to a fire. 

“The community has an investment in that space as a place for recreation,” Rasmussen said. “We were the heart and soul of that business, we built it up

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Adventure Theatre MTC Awarded $150K Compass Consultant Grant for 2021

The consulting project includes a team of eight business professionals who will identify opportunities, seek community input, test messaging and more.

Adventure Theatre MTC Awarded $150K Compass Consultant Grant for 2021

Adventure Theatre MTC has announced it is selected as a 2020-21 Classic Project Client of Compass. The year-long pro bono consulting service will help Adventure deepen and expand its funding strategy for individual giving. The consulting project, valued at $150,000, includes a team of eight business professionals who will work with Adventure to identify opportunities, seek community input, test messaging, and present a comprehensive strategy.

Providing over $55 million of pro bono consulting services since 2001, Compass Greater Washington serves the greater region including suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia. Each nonprofit client receives approximately $150,000 of strategic consulting services – free of charge from top volunteers who not only deliver focused analyses and recommendations, but also provide advice along the way, so nonprofits can internalize the most useful and

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