Prince William Symphony Orchestra Receives $10,000 Grant From KSI Services, Inc.
October 15, 2005
The Prince William Symphony Orchestra (PWSO) announced today that it has received a $10,000 gift from KSI Services, Inc. one of the DC metro areas largest developers of award winning mixed-use residential and commercial properties.
“We are so pleased with this gift,” stated Karin Hendrickson, Executive Director of the Orchestra. “It is rewarding to have the continued support of a quality organization such as KSI.”
KSI and the Prince William Symphony Orchestra have had a strong relationship for the last five years. This year, one of their Executives, Cassie Cataline, Vice President of Marketing, has joined the board.
“We are pleased to honor the 10th Anniversary of Conductor Carl Long’s leadership of the Prince William Symphony Orchestra with this gift,” stated Richard Haulser, President of KSI Services, Inc. “We know that cultural institutions are part of the fabric of a great community.”
The Prince William Symphony Orchestra was started in 1972 as a volunteer organization and has evolved into a first-rate, professional institution. For information about their 2005-2006 season, visit our web site at www.pwso.org.