Gallery: 112 Musgrove Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


Mitchell Mercer

Dr. vandenBerg and Norizsan officially cut the ribbon to honor 112 Musgrove in downtown Clinton.

Mitchell Mercer, Editor-in-Chief

After a long and anticipated wait, both the Presbyterian College and Clinton communities got to be a part of an exciting new ceremony Tuesday evening.

112 Musgrove held a ribbon cutting ceremony to honor PC’s new presence in downtown Clinton. After being vacant for many years, the building was restored over the course of the past year to bring a new entertainment hub for PC students to utilize outside of campus.

Open to the public since March 6th, 112 Musgrove offers two near restaurant options for students: Freshens from 11:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m and Crave Town from 5:00 p.m to 11:00 p.m. Additionally, a brewery-style option called Scotty’s Pub will serve alcoholic drinks beginning at 4:00 p.m.

Members of PC’s 112 Student Advisory Council, a student organization that oversaw the development of the project, were in attendance to show guests around along with answering any questions regarding 112 Musgrove.