Opportunities and Visions For Dance Theatre Northwest

Dance Theatre Northwest's recent Annual Meeting presentations and highlights from Saturday, February 23, 2013.

Dance Theatre Northwest's Annual Meeting was held Sat., Feb. 23 at the University Place Library. Following the “Welcome and Introductions” by Board President, Teresa Neumann, presentations included "Our Year In Review" by Board Member, Deb Main, Treasurer's Report by Treasurer, Chris Morgan, "Family Involvement & Opportunity" by Board Member, Nathan Trodahl, "Why DTN" by Associate Artistic Director, Vadne Domeika, an Election of Board Members with Board Member, Laurie Dodsworth, and "Opportunities & Visions for Dance Theatre Northwest" and the “Five Year Plan 2013-2018” by Artistic Director
and Founder, Melanie Kirk-Stauffer who was assisted by several Jr. dance
Ensemble members who helped to complete the presentation.

Evidence of our success, focus on goals, using our creativity-staying in a solution mode. Our 2013 Performance Line-up for Arts Are Education and community outreach performances, formal concerts and the next New York education trip were presented. Fundraising, marketing, facility improvement and service goals, as well as the importance of taking time to congratulate ourselves for a job well done even as we set more goals and look to the future.

The upcoming "Goals & Dreams" speaking competition, where students have the opportunity to compete for dance tuition scholarships and the search for help with an on-line auction, were also discussed. Also talked about were updated membership manuals, new company dancewear, and how important it is for each of us to “show up and do community service with a good heart.”

More information is available at www.dancetheatrenorthwest.org.

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