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WyAA Advocacy Invite
2014 Legislative Session

You do not want to miss Arts Advocacy Day!  Your elected officials need to know why the arts should be supported – and the Wyoming Arts Alliance gives you the opportunity to tell them.

Therefore, on behalf of the Wyoming Arts Alliance, we would like to welcome and invite you to Arts Advocacy Day at Wyoming's State Capitol on Friday, February 28th.
Once again WyAA will host a state Arts Advocacy Day where we will emphasize the impact of the arts in all 23 counties.  Combining the event with a personalized approach will help to influence legislation and to promote the economic, educational, social, and cultural power of the arts.

February 28th, noon-2pm – Herschler building west side atrium

  • Escort your legislator to lunch  
  • View art work from students in the tunnel
  • Hear the UW Singing Statesmen perform from 12:15-12:45

Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with your elected officials.  WyAA will work to schedule meetings with your legislators and provide you with talking points to get the conversation started.  Please contact Karmen at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to RSVP and please remember to include your address.

Thank you for joining us.

Together we ARE stronger!

 

Jo Crandall – Pinedale                         

Steve Schrepferman _ Cody

WyAA Co-Chairs

 

 

 

Karmen Rossi,  - Cheyenne

Shasta Wigginton, Secretary & Artists Representative – Evanston

Jennifer Lasik, Treasurer – Kemmerer

Debora Soule, Presenters Representative – Rock Springs

Bill Lindstrom - Cheyenne

Sheila McHattie - Casper

 

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Please give us your feedback on Artists and Presenters at this year's booking conference. Please mail your evaluations back to us at
PO Box 20993
Cheyenne, WY 82003.

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