Late music teacher honored

The late Dorothy Bronson, a local music teacher who taught over 50 years and had over 5,000 individual students was honored Friday afternoon with the dedication and unveiling of the Dorothy Bronson Memorial Rose Garden and Sculpture. It is located in parking lot just north of the West Nebraska Art Center at 18th and 1st Avenue in Scottsbluff.

The Sculpture, a large treble clef symbol, created by local artist Doug Hoevet is being paid for through the Dorothy Bronson Memorial Fund. The Parking Lot was a project done with the help of Greener Nebraska Towns Committee, Oregon Trail Community Foundation, and the City of Scottsbluff B.I.D. Board.

Greener Nebraska Towns grant funds are from the Nebraska Forest Service and the Nebraska Environmental Trust. It paid for the trees and plantings in the parking lot.

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