The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra will improve its computer system thanks to a grant of $8,000 from the Community Foundation of Henderson CountySymphony president Donna Hastie said the grant will be used for a new software system to improve the symphony's ability to process critical information in an efficient manner. Many of these functions are currently done manually to obtain the needed information.
"More importantly, the new software will allow staff and board to dedicate their energies to provide financial stability to fulfill the HSO mission," Hastie said.
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