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This is the largest room of the old Formit Rogers building with 52,000 square feet. The room is still full of old machinery that’s expected to be removed in the next month. The room also needs a new roof.

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Warren Arts Foundation is hitting the ground running with hopes of someday offering a wide range of arts education and presentation opportunities for all ages in Warren and surrounding counties with a comprehensive arts center. “About two-and-a-half months ago, we started the groundwork for Warren Arts Foundation,” said Chad McGee, who is the chair-elect of Warren Arts Foundation board of directors. “I had been driving for years with my daughters to the Arts Center in Cannon County. We had gotten used to carpooling with other parents who were taking their children there to do theater work and some of the adults.”

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