The Earlville Opera House is the recipient of $15,000 from the Community Foundation for South Central New York to help pay for a heating system for its historic theater. This grant is in addition to nearly $40,000 received from other donors. According to a news release the EOH Multi Arts Center is one of the oldest cultural organizations in Chenango County and offers programs of cultural, educational and historical significance while preserving the architectural and historic integrity of its 126-year-old second-story theater.

Earlville Opera House President, Bruce Ward, accepts a $15,000 grant from the Community Foundation for South Central New York (CFSCNY) to assist with the EOH's theater heating project. Pictured with Bruce (right to left) are CFSCNY's Executive Director, Diane Brown; Program Officer, Tina Barber; and Grants Panelist Diane Hanafin-Cappellett.