Country singer and songwriter Troy Olsen performs an intimate acoustic concert after the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Marana Health Center. Olsen is a graduate of Marana High School.
Marana town officials and local dignitaries were all smiles after cutting the ribbon to open the Marana Health Center.
Friday night, during a small ceremony, the Ora Mae Harn Community Fountain was dedicated. Sometimes referred to as the “Matriarch of Marana,” the late Harn served on the town council from 1985 to 2001 and was as mayor on two occasions (1989-93 and 1997-99).
Posted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 3:00 am
MHC Healthcare and Marana officials cut the ceremonial red
ribbon on the new Marana Health Center Main Clinic May 21.
The 74,656-square-foot, tri-level, state-of- the-art, primary
care health facility at 13395 N. Marana Main St. was celebrated
with a concert by rising country star Troy Olsen and a private
dinner. The event was named “Lasso the Moon.” It boasted a colorful
country-western theme to reflect the rich and diverse culture of
Marana and its surrounding communities.
Construction is still under way within the facility, and there
is no official date when the building will be operational.
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