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    Video of donors Bernard Barmann, Sr. and his wife Bee Barmann, of Bakersfield, speak about what it means to have the Barmann and Chaney Performance Studio at KVPR's new broadcast center on Thursday, November 5, 2015 in Clovis, California. Donors and contributors were invited to sign the last steel beam, tour the building and listen to a surprise musical performance inside the Barmann and Chaney Performance Studio.

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