HAGERSTOWN, Md. - The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts hit another milestone on Friday as they held a ground breaking ceremony for the second phase on their project.
Students, faculty, and elected officials joined Gov. Larry Hogan (R) as they broke ground of Washington County Public School's Urban Education Campus. The project is a part of the city of Hagerstown's Urban Improvement Project. The projects involved are being funded through the Governor, state, county, city and private funding efforts.
"I am very excited to see this happen... today's [Friday] event, when we were back and breaking ground on the theater. Hagerstown has got an incredible town with so much potential, so much history, and we are thrilled to just be playing a small part in revitalizing the downtown," said Hogan.
The project is expected to be completed sometime next year.