Steven Raider Ginsburg, the new executive director of the Field Arts and Events Center in downtown Port Angeles, was introduced Sunday night during the Pillars of the Community fundraiser. The center, which has cost $30 million, needs an additional $10 million before it can be completed, project manager Chris Fidler said. Once the work restarts, Fidler said it will take about eight months to complete. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Steven Raider Ginsburg, the new executive director of the Field Arts and Events Center in downtown Port Angeles, was introduced Sunday night during the Pillars of the Community fundraiser. The center, which has cost $30 million, needs an additional $10 million before it can be completed, project manager Chris Fidler said. Once the work restarts, Fidler said it will take about eight months to complete. (Scott Gardinier/Peninsula Daily News)

Field Hall introduction

By Scott Gardinier

Peninsula Daily News

Steven Raider Ginsburg, the new executive director of the Field Arts and Events Center in downtown Port Angeles, was introduced Sunday night during the Pillars of the Community fundraiser.

The center, which has cost $30 million, needs an additional $10 million before it can be completed, project manager Chris Fidler said.

Once the work restarts, Fidler said it will take about eight months to complete.

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