October 07, 2016

Rededicating a Timeless Treasure

Thanks to a generous donation by Thomas J.’65 and Cecelia M. Toth ’66, the Toshiko Takaezu Bell has a newly rededicated permanent home on the Bloosmburg University campus in front of Harvey A. Andruss Library.

Thomas and Cecelia have a long history of supporting the arts and a sense of community at BU. Click here to read more about the significance of the Toshiko Takaezu Bell and the talented artist whose vision resulted in this timeless piece.

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