Friends of the Tybee Theater Names New 2010 Board of Directors

March 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Tybee Post Theater

The Friends of the Tybee Theater held its 2nd annual “Membership Meeting” at the American Legion Hall Post 156 on Tybee Island, Tuesday evening, March 2nd. Retiring Past President, Pamela Lappin acknowledged 2009 board accomplishments, and thanked outgoing board treasurer Bill Blakey for his service, then turned the meeting over to incoming President, Gordon Mathews who introduced new and returning board members. Mathews also discussed the plan of action for 2010 and beyond, and stressed a renewed sense of vision which began earlier this year with the installation of the building facade’s new windows and doors.

(2010 Slate of Officers and Directors of the Board of the Friends of the Tybee Theater. Left to right bottom row: New board member/V.P Sarah Jones; new board member, Camille Searcy; returning board member, Kenneth Carter; returning board member/Secretary, Jane Bridges; returning board member/ Bricks & Stars, Terry Spatz; new board member, Carrie Efird; returning board member/PR Chair, Cynthia Kinkel; retiring board member/Past President, Pamela Lappin – Left to right, top row: returning board member/President, Gordon Mathews; new board member, Keith Gay; new board member, Michael Hosti; new board member/Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer Jim Kluttz. Photo by Nancy Heffernan – copyright 2010, The Tybee Times)

1st Dinner for the Theater Event!

The ‘Friends’ were just awarded a certificate of occupancy on February 26th that will allow them to actually host limited functions inside the building. A small fundraiser was held the following evening on Sat., Feb. 27th to commemorate the occasion. “Dinner for the Theater” parties were hosted by Bonnie Gaster, Janet Rutledge, Cindy Meyer, and Pamela Lappin, and after dinner the guests enjoyed deserts, and coffees compliments of All Point Cafe on site at the theater.  Next fundraising event for the Tybee Post Theater is the Tybee Wine Festival, Apr. 17th at the Tybee Light House.

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