Upper Dublin Dedicates Studio To Greenfield Foundation
The School District of Upper Dublin dedicated the new production studio to the Greenfield Foundation, prior to the start of Monday’s school board meeting.
Prior to the start of Monday night’s school board meeting, the School District of Upper Dublin honored the Greenfield Foundation by naming their new television studio the Greenfield Production Studio.
“Jill Greenfield-Feldman, and her husband, Ron Feldman, have been instrumental in helping to improve arts, culture and education here at the School District of Upper Dublin,” said Pam Ryan, director of development for the UDSD.
“We are thrilled that they are a part of our community,” said Ryan. “Their impact has been immeasurable”
Over recent years, the Greenfield Foundation has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the school district and community organizations, in an effort to facilitate growth in the fields of art and education. Additionally, they created the Greenfield Youth Film Festival, which showcases the works of students from 26 different high schools.
Ryan stated that since the foundation was kind enough to donate the funds to equip the studio, it was only fitting to recognize their generosity by naming the studio in their honor.
A sign outside of the studio now bears the Greenfield moniker, and inside the studio, a plaque reads:
In recognition of your generosity, and commitment to arts and culture, the school district of Upper Dublin dedicates this production studio in honor of the Greenfield Foundation. Their support has allowed countless students to have their voices heard through the art of television and film production, and has given the next generation of story tellers a medium for their creative expression.