I remember going to this theater as a kid very vividly. They are great
memories. I used to drive by it a lot, sad to see it come to an end. Thanks
for keeping it running for so long.
This is just one of many example of what loving and caring people can do to
enrich a community without government mandates or funding. Good, clean,
wholesome family fun.And, Mr. Keith Renstrom has done a lot more for
his country and community that just what appears in this story. THANK YOU for
all of your services!
My family was involved in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever one year. My kids
wanted to try out and landing a few parts. I ended up being talked into a part
as well. That was an enjoyable and memorable experience. Thanks to the
Renstroms and their dedication!
I first met the Renstroms after moving into their neighborhood a few years ago.
Both were well into the sunset of their lives even then, with Keith not quite 90
years of age. We have since moved out of state, but I have
reflected on their examples of devoted service many many times since, and the
influence they have had on me and my family. They are a living testament to all
who know them that love and giving and blessing others can happen at literally
EVERY stage and time of life, for Keith was 52 when I was BORN, and their impact
on me was felt when first meeting them nearly 40(!) years later.God
bless you and thank you for your legacy of love.
It would have been nice to read something in the two pages of this article about
why they're closing the theatre. I'm sure it wasn't just an
arbitrary decision based on a fleeting whim.
My Mother Ruth Blair loved this grand Theater. We had many fun memories. Thanks
for the great times. We will miss you.john