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CCAC to Hold Annual Meeting and Elections January 22

The Colleton County Arts Council (CCAC) will hold their Annual meeting and Board of Director elections on Monday, January 22, 2018. In a letter mailed to their membership, the meeting is announced to take place at 6:30 pm on the CCAC campus located at 334 Wichman street. All members of the CCAC in good standing are encouraged to participate in the elections. A proposed Slate was included in the letter as the following:

President- Erik Lindstrom
Vice-President- Andrew McConnell
Treasurer- Rocki Hovenga
Secretary- Becki Rhodi
Board Member at Large #1- Dawlin Poland
Board Member at Large #2- Ladson Fishburne
Board Member at Large #3- Heather Berry
Board Member at Large #4- Diane Cavazzoni
Board Member at Large #5- David Smalls

The letter also states after the slate is presented to the membership the floor will be open for nominations. Nominations from the floor will be accepted as long as the nominee is a member of the CCAC and are willing and able to carry out the duties of the office. If the nominee is not present at the meeting, written consent must be provided. The vote will take place by secret ballot and the results will be made available immediately. Members may also vote by proxy. A proxy voting ballot was also mailed to members of the CCAC.

The Colleton County Arts Council strives to promote appreciation of the arts by educating, exposing and inspiring the people in our community. Founded by a task force of community volunteers in 1993, the Arts Council was created to fill a void in the community of accessible arts opportunities and arts education for the public. After nearly two decades, the Arts Council has seen many changes in location, staff, availability of resources, and mission but has continued to consistently provide artistic opportunities in a variety of arts disciplines to the people of Colleton County. Settled into a new campus in historic downtown Walterboro, the Arts Council is excited to celebrate 25 years as Colleton County’s public source of artistic opportunities and continue to provide the best possible arts experiences for children and adults alike throughout Colleton County.

For more information on how to join the CCAC and make your voice heard, please contact Kim Bridge, Executive Director for the CCAC, at 843-549-1922.

Christie Slocum (494 Posts)