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History

ARTISTS LEAGUE OF THE SANDHILLS
COMMITTEE LISTING - 2021


​Jan Garber
​Carol Gradwohl
Pam Griner
Jennie Acklin
Nancy Allen
Linda Bruening
Adele Buytenhuys

KC Sorvari
Courtney Herndon
Janet Burdick
Catherine Church
Sarah Clatworthy
Lynn Goldhammer
Pam Griner



STANDING COMMITTEES:CHAIRPERSON 


  Building & Grounds
  Education
  Newsletterer
  Public Relations
  Artists of the Month
  Founders Gallery
  Aberdeen Liason
  Community Outreach
  Library  
  Membership 
  Scrapbooks 
  Sunshine 
  Studios
  Volunteers
  Website 

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President
Leigh Lassiter

1st Vice President
Lois Pollard

2nd Vice President
Kathy Petz

Secretary 
Pam Griner

Treasurer
Barbara Ainsley

Members
Pam Clark
Dan Conrad
Jan Garber
Jane Maloy
Meredith Markfield
Paula Spinner

The League has a nine member Board of Directors, who are selected by the membership. Board members each serve three year terms on a stagered basis. Their active leadership inspires the participation of the members in the daily operations of the League.
Board of Directors
 In the early 1990-'s, a group of artists worked diligently to create a place and environment where they and others could pursue their artistic goals and realize their dreams of a community of artists. Classes and workshops are open to all and are regularly listed in local publications. Chuck Lunney and Mike D'Andrea led the way. The city of Aberdeen generously provided the place, an old railroad storage terminal, and the work of many artists and local business persons created and shaped the atmosphere. The Artists League developed deep roots, grew vigorously, and is now composed of over 200 members who are housed in the "terminal" that now contains studio space for artists, two large classrooms, two galleries, and a library. The League is now self-sustaining, relying on membership dues, class and workshop income, and donations.

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