Posted on September 10, 2015 by Christopher Thrall

Wes and Corinne Campbell show their support for their community and the arts.

L to R: Dean Allen Berger, Wes and Corinne Campbell, Mayor Norm Mayer, Lougheed Centre's Nick Beach.

L to R: Dean Allen Berger, Wes and Corinne Campbell, Mayor Norm Mayer, Lougheed Centre’s Nick Beach.

Wes and Corinne Campbell have been a part of the Camrose community for over 20 years, and their daughter was raised dancing and performing among the city’s arts groups. When they were approached with an opportunity to show their support for the community, it was an easy decision to make.

“We’re here to support the Lougheed Centre,” says Wes. “We thought it was a good thing to do.” Campbell worked at Lamb Ford in Camrose for 22 years before opening Campbell McLellan dealerships in Killam and Vermilion.

“I have a fond heart for the arts and we love this community,” says Corinne.

A partnership between the City of Camrose and the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus, the Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre is home to the 584-seat, state of the art Cargill Theatre and the Mayer Family Community Hall. Among its many sustainability features are the largest integrated photovoltaic array in Canada and the largest second-generation LED stage lighting system in the world.

The Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre was built with community in mind and provides space for all types of performances and events – a facility we can all be proud of!


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