Warren J. and Margot Coville are known for their generosity throughout Sarasota. But it all started 13 years ago when they started contributing to FSU/Asolo Conservatory as board members and student sponsors.
They currently sponsor two students in the graduate acting program. There are just 12 students who are admitted to the program annually, and they receive full tuition and a monthly stipend, which is all donated by sponsors. But it doesn’t just stop at the dollar. Learn about the Covilles’ patronage and hear from Director of FSU/Asolo Conservatory Greg Leaming about how it helps at http://www.yourobserver.com/content/Patron-Saints-378.html.
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