There are so many great things about living in our quad-city area, but among our favorites is the strong support of the arts. It's a wonderfully embracing, arts-loving community that comes out in force to back the performing and visual arts.
A perfect example is Ghost Talk 2012, the annual fundraiser for youth programs at the Prescott Center for the Arts and West Yavapai Guidance Clinic. This year's show was one for the record books with sold out crowds and record profits thanks to our enthusiastic audience members and great sponsors.
Hundreds of donated hours by a talented and selfless group of volunteer actors and crew made it possible to share with our audiences our state's historic ghostly folklore, all underwritten by a great group of individuals and businesses: the Daily Courier, the Walt Disney Company, Kohl's, Credit Union West, Yavapai and Bucky's Casinos, Prescott Area Arts and Humanities Council, Arizona State Credit Union, Big O Tire, Buss Stop Janitorial, CableOne, Costco, Eco 3 Oil, El Gato Azul, Frame & I, Hillyard Inc., Hotel Vendome, House Chilson Insurance, Kendall's Burgers, Kwik Kopy, New Frontiers, Poco Diablo Resort, Raven Cafe, Tender Hearts Senior Care, Tis' Gallery, Sun Pine Homes, Tastebuds Pizza, Terry Murphy, Linda Miller, Selmer Lutey and Jean Phillips.
To our fantastic volunteers, our generous sponsors, and the fabulous patrons who attended the shows Oct. 26 and 27 at the PCA, thank you for making Ghost Talk possible and so successful this year. We all can take pride in knowing that the proceeds are going to the PCA's Youth Scholarship Program and WYGC's youth programs. We all partnered to invest in our local youth, our future.
Cason and Karen Murphy
Ghost Talk 2012 Directors