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McKENZIE (August 22) — During intermission of the Thursday performance of Southern Fried Funnies, Carroll Arts presented its annual Friend of the Arts Award to Christian Nunnery. Nunnery is a …
McKENZIE (August 22) — During intermission of the Thursday performance of Southern Fried Funnies, Carroll Arts presented its annual Friend of the Arts Award to Christian Nunnery. Nunnery is a McKenzie High School alum and Bethel University student.
He has provided sound, lighting and other support for countless events such as beauty revues, weddings and theatrical performances of high school, college and community theatres.
His nomination for the award was supported by two testimonial letters.
Matthew Holt, Executive Director of Bethel Renaissance wrote, in part, “He’s an extremely talented young man who works tirelessly to make sure the job gets done. The sky is truly the limit for him. I look forward to seeing what the future holds for his life, and all of the opportunities for his life, and all of the opportunities he will have to bless others with his gift.”
Keith Breeden, McKenzie High School band director, wrote, in part, “I assure you, this young man exceeds any criteria needed to receive this outstanding recognition. His devotion to helping the arts in Carroll County is beyond incredible. I’m proud and blessed to have his help in our music program at MHS, and at MHS in general. Simply put, he cares about people and I feel extremely blessed to know this outstanding young man.”