I’m really glad the Muscogee County School Board voted to renovate the Jordan Vocational High School auditorium. It is an important piece of Columbus history. I wrote a post about it 2010. it follows.
The architectural firm that will handle the renovation of the Jordan Vocational High School auditorium hasn’t been selected yet. (It’s in the last 7 of the 15 SPLOST construction projects. Architects for the first 9 projects were chosen Saturday.) When it is selected, I am sure somebody will let its leader know just how important their project will be. That’s not to say the other projects are unimportant, but we are talking some real history here.
That Jordan auditorium, which, in my view, is probably still the most impressive of all of the high school auditoriums in Columbus, not only served the Jordan student body, but was used by the Three Arts League and other organizations. For Columbus newcomers, or those not old enough to remember, the Three Arts League was an organization made up of Columbus cultural leaders who brought in world-class symphony orchestras, solo performers, and roadshow Broadway plays and musicals from the 1930’s…
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