The Georgia Music Hall of Fame in Macon must raise $225,000 by Oct. 27 to avoid being forced to close by the end of the year, according to the AJC:
The announcement came Thursday as the Hall of Fames authority met in Atlanta to discuss the facilitys future. The museum has taken several cost-cutting measures recently to address cuts in state funding and earned income during fiscal 2009.
Full-time staff was reduced from nine to four positions, furloughs went into effect this month and the museum began closing on Sundays and Mondays for the first time last Sunday.
Georgia's rich musical legacy is well-represented at the state hall of fame with 100-plus inductees representing nearly every genre, including James Brown, R.E.M., Ludacris, Alan Jackson, Usher and Johnny Mercer.
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