Stanislaus County Supervisor Bill O'Brien, shown here unveiling a plaque during Monday's dedication of the Gallo Center for the Arts, said the county's investment in the venue was a 'great business decision.' More than 2,000 people helped celebrate the launch of the center at the free ribbon cutting ceremony.
Stanislaus County Supervisor Bill O'Brien, shown here unveiling a plaque during Monday's dedication of the Gallo Center for the Arts, said the county's investment in the venue was a 'great business decision.' More than 2,000 people helped celebrate the launch of the center at the free ribbon cutting ceremony. Modesto Bee
Stanislaus County Supervisor Bill O'Brien, shown here unveiling a plaque during Monday's dedication of the Gallo Center for the Arts, said the county's investment in the venue was a 'great business decision.' More than 2,000 people helped celebrate the launch of the center at the free ribbon cutting ceremony. Modesto Bee

'Grand' response from crowd as center dedicated

September 11, 2007 12:00 AM

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