From Finksburg to the Stage: CJM Helps Theater Students

Photo of Set Designer Lindsey Harford

“Pride In Our Community” comes in many forms at CJ Miller LLC. Last week, Manchester Valley High School junior Lindsey Harford reached out to CJM to inquire if we could donate sand that her Honors Theater Production Class could use onstage in their performance of an adaptation of “Lord of the Flies.”

Lindsey is the set designer for the production, which will feature 7 p.m. performances at the high school May 18 and 19. The shows are free to the public (donations will be accepted).

This was a unique opportunity in which CJM was able to support an enthusiastic student leader and her classmates by donating 1.73 tons of mason sand from our Finksburg Asphalt Plant to create a beach area on their set.

We wish this hard-working group well in their production!

And high school seniors who are at least 18 years of age – If as you approach graduation you are unsure of your next step and you think you might be interested in building a hands-on career with our company, please check out our job openings at https://cjmillerllc.com/our-careers/.

Lindsey and her dad pick up the sand from our Finksburg Asphalt Plant.

 Photo of Lindsey Harford

Lindsey Harford is the set designer for her theater class’ production of “Lord of the Flies.”

Photo of the students rehearsing

Photo of students rehearsing