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Links: You may download all the documents for the Annual General Membership Meeting
- 2019 Budget vs Actual to date 6/26/20
- WFA Proposed Budget 2020-2021
- By-Laws_FY2019_ revisions June 2020 Proposed (1)revised 5-27-2020
- Slate of Officers and Board Members for 2020
Ballot for Windmore Members only: You may complete and submit the ballot online.
StageWorks is proud to announce Scenes in the Park: A Play on Words.
Join us for an evening of three scenes Sure Thing by David Ives, Jerry Finnegan’s Sister by Jack Neary, and Who’s on First by Abbott and Costello.
Dates: Friday, August 7 & Saturday, August 8
Rain Dates: Friday, August 14 &Saturday, August 15
Time: 6:30 PM
Where: Lenn Park, 19206 Edwin Way, Culpeper, VA 22701
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StageWorks is committed to providing a safe and entertaining atmosphere for Scenes in the Park. For the performances, Masks will be highly encouraged and markers for seating will be spaced out, per CDC guidelines.
Bring a chair or a blanket. A picnic snack would be nice.
Don’t forget the bug spray!
Meet the Playwrights. Click here
Meet the Cast: Click here
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2020-2021
Fran Cecere, President is a retired Master’s prepared Oncology Nurse originally from the Central New York area. Fifteen years ago she moved to Culpeper with her husband. For many years she has enjoyed writing for her family and friends. She has been the editor of the three different newsletters for her professional organizations. In addition, she has written nursing research articles. Since joining Windmore, she has continued to write fiction, poems, short stories, and memoirs. She is the facilitator for the Pen-to-Paper writers’ group, and she chaired several committees to publish anthologies for Windmore Foundation. She is a beta reader for several authors and is an editor for a romance author. Fran is also an active member of StageWorks Theatre Group of Windmore. She wrote one play that was performed by StageWorks featuring children and adults as actors. In addition, she directed one play performed at a dinner theater. She was a past member of the Board 2010-2016. Ms.Cecere has served on several boards of Directors including two hospice groups, two different oncology nursing societies, and a sports group. firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Amanda Reck, Vice President, is currently serving her first year on the Board of Directors. She was involved in the Summer Musical Theater Camp in 2019 and planned to be the leader of the 2020 summer camp until it was postponed. She was the producer for the StageWorks production of The First Leon. She has been married to Patrick for 20 years. They have 5 children (4 girls and the youngest is a boy.) She worked for a large telecommunications company before becoming a stay at home parent and active volunteer. Locally, she has organized numerous kids’ art & craft events. For the past 10 years, she has coordinated large craft shows for local schools and churches as a fundraiser. She is most proud of the two free clothing drives she organized and planned for those in need in Culpeper county. She brings over 20 years of experience to the board with her vast expertise volunteering for many organizations and nonprofits, serving as a board member, a coordinator, and a president. firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Laurel Van Horn, Secretary is a retired English teacher from Rappahannock County High School in Washington, Virginia. She has loved reading and writing and then teaching others to love reading and writing almost her whole life. She has been so grateful to discover Windmore’s wonderful activities over the past two years, after her husband, Dee, passed away in 2015. Since that time, all the great people she has met and worked within both Pen-to-Paper and StageWorks have been an inspiring comfort to her and continue to be so. Laurel enjoys writing poetry, short stories, and non-fiction articles, and she was thrilled to be the stage manager/stagehand for the popular StageWorks play Salt & Pepper recently. firstname.lastname@example.org
Roy Carter, Treasurer retired after a 34-year career with Exxon-Mobil. He served as the treasurer of the Credit Union for the Syracuse Terminal, and as the treasurer for the Onondaga Ski Club. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Onondaga Ski Club for many years. He joined the Windmore Board eight years ago and was the treasurer for three years. He is currently serving his second term on the Board. He is a community supporter of the arts and has volunteered for all the divisions of Windmore Foundation. email@example.com
Lynn Gore, Executive Director grew up in Culpeper and was excited to have the opportunity to move back to the community ten years ago. She has a Master of Music Composition degree from Middle Tennessee State University and an MBA in Marketing from the University of Memphis. Lynn has most recently been the General Manager and Advertising Director for the Culpeper Star-Exponent. She has worked for several large companies as a Marketing Executive leading database, production, and creative teams. Lynn is an active member of the Culpeper Baptist Church and sings with the Blue Ridge Chorale. Exec@windmorefoundation.org
Tammy Buckalew, Director, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from James Madison University. She is currently a second-grade teacher in Culpeper County Public Schools. Tammy is a musician who plays the flute for the Piedmont Community Band of Virginia. She is also the treasurer of the band. Tammy has served as the Chair of the Education Committee of her church including creating and balancing the annual committee budget, evaluating and selecting materials for education programs, organizing and advertising activities and programs, as well as long-term planning. firstname.lastname@example.org
Donna Chabot, Director, is a former Windmore Foundation for the Arts (WFA) Board member having served seven years ending in June 2019. She is interested in al Arts with the main interest in theater. She loves living in Culpeper since moving here in 1988. She wants to serve on the Board to help keep the Arts alive in the five counties served by WFA. Email: email@example.com
Dawnn Fletcher, Director has 20 years of experience playing music. She plays violin, viola, and cello. She has been teaching for 9 years. Dawnn has been the Director of the Crossroads Youth Orchestra for 2 years and currently teaches private lessons locally. Dawnn has a Bachelor’s degree in Instrumental Music and Music Theory from Bluefield College. She has performed with various symphonies in the Virginia area. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Mahr, Director, has a Master’s degree in Arts Management and a Bachelors’ degree in technical theater. Mahr was a founding member of StageWorks when it was started in 2009. Her experience includes working as a theater teacher at the Madeira School, and being a stage manager professionally at a number of theaters in the DC area, having over 20 years’ experience in theater production. Her passion for productions was reignited while working on The First Leon with Windmore. She believers her education and knowledge of marketing and how to run an arts organization will be beneficial for Windmore as they move forward in the upcoming years and work to become even more active in the community. Mahr looks forward to working with Windmore and StageWorks as they prepare for their next theater season. Stageworks@windmorefoundation.org
Gail Matthews, Director, a native South Carolinian, graduated from Winthrop College (presently Winthrop University) in Rock Hill and has a Master’s of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Technology from George Mason University. She moved to Virginia in the early 1980s. Gail retired from teaching in 2016 and now enjoys writing, painting, traveling, and working with the Windmore Foundation. email@example.com
About Windmore Foundation for the Arts
Windmore Foundation for the Arts promotes the visual, literary, and performing arts through awareness, participation, and education.
A culturally rich environment where artists, arts organizations, educators, and the community come together to create diverse artistic experiences and life-long learning.
A rewarding and memorable artistic experience is essential to understanding the contributions that art makes to the quality of our daily lives, our ability to solve problems, and achieve goals. Creating and experiencing art enhance the human spirit and are critical components of society.
Windmore Foundation for the Arts, Inc. was founded in the spring of 1987 under the working title of Culpeper Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. The name Windmore was chosen to honor the dairy farm that once operated at the site of Windmore’s amphitheater.
Windmore was created to promote the arts in the Northern Piedmont area, serving the counties of Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock, Orange, and Madison. Since its inception, Windmore has supported, presented, and provided education in many disciplines of the Arts including: theater, music, dance, literature, visual arts, and arts education.
It remains Windmore’s goal to maintain the diversity of the arts represented and increase the participation of people from all ethnic and economic backgrounds. Windmore was awarded the Governor’s Award for Community Service and Volunteerism in 1996.
WINDMORE FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY:
PRIMARY PARTNERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
OF WINDMORE FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS
Many Thanks to Windmore’s Partners, Sponsors, and Affiliates
National Endowment for the Arts
Virginia Commission for the Arts
Northern Piedmont Community Foundation
Nancy N. and Michael D. Baudhuin Foundation
The Patricia and Nicolaas Kortlandt Community Fund
The de Leon – Khanna Charitable Fund
Rappahannock Electric Company Power to Change Grant
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services
Mr. William Chase
Fountain Hall Bed & Breakfast, Culpeper
Culpeper County Parks & Recreation
Culpeper Chamber of Commerce
Culpeper Baptist Church
Culpeper Women’s Club
Wellspring Health Services
State Theatre Culpeper
Jewell Tone Music
Studio C. Photography
Jimni Custom Laser Engraving
Lignum Ruritan Club
Blue Ridge Chorale
The Town of Culpeper
Culpeper Ballet Theatre
James Madison Museum
Prince Michel Winery
Rose Hill Heritage Farm
Glory Days Grill, Culpeper
Roy Carter and Fran Cecere
Mary and Ben Allen
Robert L. Fajkowski
Deborah and John Schupp
Brian D. Hedges
Margaret Moon and John Davies
Charlene James and James Duguid of Touchstone Studio
This list is updated periodically. If you have contributed and would like your name listed here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-547-4333.