Arts & Entertainment

Former NPHS Theatre Director, Skippack-Based Artist Join 311 Arts Board

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The founder and former director of the North Penn High School Theatre and the owner of Black Sheep Pottery in Skippack Township are the two newest members of the 311 Arts Board of Directors.

Cindy Louden and Nicole DuBrow, respectively, join Chantilly Floral Boutique owner and Discover Lansdale treasurer Charles Booz; Re/MAX Realty Group agent, Lansdale Economic Development Committee Vice Chairman, former Albright College theater manager, and Discover Lansdale board member Richard Strahm; Independence Blue Cross Vice President of Public Policy Scott Post, of Harleysville; Peter Becker Community Vice President of  Human Resources Harry McConnell; senior consultant at Bottom Line Impact Consulting Rege McKenzie; and Lansdale Parks and Recreation Director Carl Saldutti on the board overseeing the future development and operation of 311 W. Main St. in Lansdale Borough, a former Masonic Temple.

311 Arts Board is under the umbrella of nonprofit Discover Lansdale. Its purpose is to raise money and "launch the organization" required for operation of 311 Arts, according to its website. It is working alongside borough-contracted consultant Laura Burnham, the former director of the Abington Art Center.

311 Arts asks citizens to throw support behind the project and take action by signing up for email updates on its progress at this link.

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