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Lake County Theatre Co. plans board election

LAKEPORT, Calif. – The Lake County Theatre Co. is preparing to have is yearly election for board of directors.

Interested persons should email a short introduction (approximately one paragraph) with contact information to ; this information also can be mailed to P.O. Box 802, Lakeport, CA 95464.

This short biography should be prepared and sent no later than May 10.

A board director is expected to attend every meeting of the board (currently monthly) as well as participate in some substantial part of every performance and/or production.

A board director must be a current LCTC member and more than 18 years of age.

The Lake County Theatre Co. is proud to have a diverse and strong board built of community members with a shared love of theater. They look forward to welcoming our new directors soon.

If there are any questions please email or call 707-355-2272.


American Life in Poetry: First Morel

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What might have been? I’d guess we’ve all asked that at one time or another.

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