Doreen McGraw, Ginny Hirai, Lynn Townsend, Laura Mayer, Marilyn Pulis, Leslie Ramsden, Dan Beich

We asked the Columbia Basin Allied Arts Board members a question...

“What would you want to be doing if you were asked to give a performance of a lifetime?”

V Gallery Posted on Jan 8, 2019
Laura Mayer, Secretary –“That’s easy, I’d be doing a ballet dance - a prima ballerina, spinning, in a really pretty tutu!”

Leslie Ramsden, Vice President – “Singing, musical instrument or dancing… I just want to do all of them!”

Lynn Townsend, Treasurer – “I don’t know how to play the piano, never had a lesson… but that would be cool - I love music!”

Dan Beich, President – “A dream of mine would be to conduct a Broadway musical because it’s been so much fun to do school and other types of shows.”

Shawn Cardwell, Executive Director – “I’d be a rockin’ country singer with lights, dancers and a full band behind me!”

Doreen McGraw, Board Member – “Comedy.”

Steve Czimbal, Board Member – “I would be a musician - a trumpet player - part of an orchestra.”

Ginny Hirai, Board Member– “Someone who could dance – ballroom maybe.”

Marilyn Pulis, Board Member – “If I was onstage, I would like to be an opera singer, I’ve always wanted to be one.”

Friday, February 8th, 2019 is a date to put on your calendar! Columbia Basin Allied Arts presents RED/ SOIREE/ FUNDRAISER 4 THE ARTS. An evening of dinner, wine, local entertainment, dancing, and live auction focused on EXPERIENCES rather than things. Bring your fun friends. We'll see you there!

For more information on SOIREE event please visit website.
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