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The CTC Board voted this week to accept a 10-thosuand dollar no interest loan from someone in the theatrical community to get them by.

 

They have gotten rid of all the paid employees and are now an all volunteer organization.

 

There was considerable conflict between  the board and membership about whether to sell the building to raise cash.

 

Three members of the CTC Board have resigned in recent months, but current board member Keith Clinton says they're back on track.

 

"While this whole financial thing, personnel thing has been a lot of turmoil, it might be one of those things that it's a good thing it happened.  It took us back to our roots and reenergized our base.  It just worked  out the way it was supposed to."

 

Clinton says ticket sales of their latest production "Fox on the Fairway" have been great and they also are selling more memberships and season tickets.

 

He's much more optimistic about CTC's future than he was a couple months ago.

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