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In 1994, an innovative group of Three Lakes residents formed an organization devoted to bringing outstanding performance artists to their town. For twenty-two years, the Three Lakes School/Community Arts Association has fulfilled this vision, presenting four to five events each year. An important part of it’s mission is to foster arts education in the Three Lakes School: all series performers showcase their extraordinary talents in a special presentation for our school students.
The TLS/CCA is run by a small and hard-working board of volunteers, with the generous cooperation of the Three Lakes School.
2014 TLSCAA Board of Directors (Back Row, Left to Right) Catherine Marshall, Vicki Reuling (Treasurer), Robert Peterman, Dianna Blicharz, Jan Hintz.(Front Row, Left to Right) Mary Meier (Secretary), Mary Ann McCloskey (President), Pam Cira and Monica Godfread (Vice-President).
The TLSCAA said goodbye to Catherine Marshall, Lisa Smetna, Monica Godfread and Bob Peterman who have chosen to step down from their posts on the Board during the 2015-16 season. We thank them for many years of faithful service. They will be greatly missed, but we are sure that we will see them at many of the upcoming performances!
Mary Ann McCloskey graciously agreed to continue on as President, through the 2016-17 season, while Pam Cira will serve as Vice President and as Head of Publicity. Jan Hinz took over Catherine Marshall's duties as Grant Writer and Vicki Rueling's duties as Treasurer. TLSCAA thanks Mary Meier who faithfully served as secretary for this organization, but felt it necessary to retire after the 2015- 2016. season. New Board Members include Steve Gruszynski and Mark Pipelow, who join Dianna Blicharz as school representatives. Three Lakes High School student representatives on the Board are Alex Metzger and Grace Kleceski. The Board's 2016-17 schedule of performances is listed to the left. As we head to 2017-18, the Board and its focus will see some changes...stay tuned!
Three Lakes School & Community Arts productions are brought to the Three Lakes stage in part by the Wisconsin Arts Board and Arts Midwest. Presentations are supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of the Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Wisconsin Arts Board, the Crane group and General MIlls Foundation.
November 18, 2016 performance by Corky Siegel's Chamber Blues is brought to you, in part, by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund.
The Three Lakes School & Community Arts Association is extremely grateful for the continued support of Arts Midwest.