Shell Lake Arts Center Hosts Area Legislators
SHELL LAKE -- The Shell Lake Arts Center, as part of the organization’s ongoing Capital Campaign, hosted an on-site tour of their facility with Representative Nick Milroy of Wisconsin's 73rd Assembly District last week. The Arts Center discussed their mission and community impact, as well as future plans for facility improvement. SLAC recently hosted tours with Representative Romaine Quinn of Wisconsin Assembly District 75, and Senator Janet Bewley of Wisconsin Senate District 75 as well.
In its first 50 years, the Arts Center served over 32,000 students through its seasonal residential arts programs as well as hundreds of youth from over 40 area schools who participate in the honors programs and workshops offered during the school year. The Center remains committed to continuing its mission to provide quality creative arts education and experiences for a diverse population of youth and adult learners. For more information about the programming the Arts Center offers, please visit their website at www.shelllakeartscenter.org, call (715) 468-2414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo: Tara Burns (SLAC Executive Director), members of the SLAC Board of Directors Bill Taubman (President) and Mary Dosch (Secretary), along with Joel McReynolds (Capital Campaign Coordinator), Steve Carlson (Capital Campaign Co-Chair), and Representative Nick Milroy.
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