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All monies generated by fundraising efforts through the Save the Palace Theatre Committee, and/or the website and/or are received in the “Save the Palace Theatre” bank account at Elmwood Community Bank are for the restoration and rebuilding of the Palace Theatre in Elmwood, IL. If Reynolds Theatres is not able or willing to restore or rebuild the Palace Theatre in Elmwood , IL , all monies through this effort will be donated to the tornado restoration efforts for the City of Elmwood , IL through the Elmwood Community Foundation.

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Mail In Donations

Make the check payable to:

Save The Palace Theater

And mail the check to:

Elmwood Community Bank

P.O. Box 717

Elmwood, IL 61529

Save The Palace!


Linda Matsui  on June 9th, 2010

Can you set up a paypal account for online donations? I live overseas and it is impossible to send a check or money order. I think there will be others like me who would like to donate by will need to do it online.

I saw my first movie at The Palace in 1963 — “Son of Flubber”.

You are doing a great job!

Linda Matsui

blfrd  on June 9th, 2010

Will have paypal set up hopefully tomorrow. Thank you and please spread the word.

Online Donations Now Available! | Save The Palace Theater  on June 11th, 2010

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mp67  on June 11th, 2010

What happens to the donations if not enough $ is raised and the repairs don’t occur? I am willing to donate to a strong cause like this, but am always apprehensive that the money goes towards something other than what I intended it for.

blfrd  on June 11th, 2010

I will have an answer to this soon. There’s still a lot up in the air right now and I know where you’re coming from.

The first order of business is getting a roof on the building. That’s what it needs now. In ‘disaster areas’, building codes are able to be bent a little because the county(?) officials know that businesses need to secure the buildings first, then, if need be, address other areas of code.

Committee Formed And Other Updates | Save The Palace Theater  on June 18th, 2010

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