Lakewood Theatre Company Annual Meeting 2018
Contributing members to Lakewood Theatre Company are invited to the corporation's annual meeting:
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2018, 5:30 - 6:00 PM - Headlee Mainstage
Click here to download a copy of the 2018 annual meeting notice
The Annual Meeting
The annual member meeting of the corporation will take place in the evening on Saturday June 30, 2018 from 5:30 - 6:00 PM at the Headlee Mainstage, Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State Street in Lake Oswego. Below is information regarding matters to be discussed.
Place: Headlee Mainstage at Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State St., Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Matters to be considered at the annual meeting of the corporation:
1. Selection of Officers for the Board of the corporation
2. Selection of Directors for the Board of the corporation
The following individuals are recommended by the Nominating Committee to serve on the Board of Directors. The expiration of their term is indicated in parenthesis after their name.
1. Selection of Officers:
For officers in the 2018-19 year the Nominating Committee recommends the membership elect current Board member Jeanne Denton as President of the Board for a one (1) year term for the year 2018-19. It is further recommended that current Board member, Joann Frankel be elected as Treasurer for a one (1) year term for the year 2018-19.
JEANNE DENTON - PRESIDENT (officer term expires 2019) a resident of Lake Oswego, was president of the Lakewood Center Associates for the 2010-11 year. For the Associates, Jeanne has served as Publicity Chair, Consignment Chair and ReRuns Manager. She co-chaired the annual auction fundraiser at Resurrection Catholic Church from 1997-2007. Jeanne has also worked with Jafco coordinating catalog, showroom and retail sales. She is now an owner, with husband Mike, of Denton Resources, Inc. Serving on the Lakewood Board continues a long tradition of family volunteering at Lakewood. She has been a board member since 2009 and Treasurer for two years. For the past two years she chaired the Lakewood in City Lights celebration and fundraising event.
JOANN FRANKEL - TREASURER (officer term expires 2019) served as President of the Lakewood Center Associates, a support auxiliary of Lakewood, from 2011-13, and chaired the Lakewood development committee and brick fundraising campaign. Joann has worked with the State of Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries and was a manager of civil rights field offices throughout the state of Oregon. In the private sector she has been a manager of family rental properties and the proprietor of an Indonesian furniture and accessories retail/export company. In volunteer service she has served as President of Surabaya Women's Association in Indonesia, President of the Jakarta American Women's Association and board member of the Singapore American Women's Association.
2. Selection of Directors:
For directors the Committee recommends the membership elect the following with terms to expire as marked in parenthesis.
HEATHER BOGATY (2019) a Dunthorpe resident, has had several non-profit board roles. Among them: Board member (including Secretary, Communications, President-Elect and President) of Riverdale Grade School Parent Teacher Club (2006–2012), co-chair Riverdale Bond Campaign raising $21.5 million (2007–2008), member of Riverdale Superintendent Fiscal Advisory Committee (2009), member of Riverdale Grade School Site Council (2013–2015), Board member of Riverdale School Foundation (2015–present), co-chair Riverdale Foundation Annual Campaign raising $1.2 million (2016–present), co-chair Riverdale Carnival (2011, 2015), member of Riverdale Strategic Planning Committee (2013), chair website for Riverdale Parent Teacher Club (designed 2013, webmaster 2013–present), and developed content/designed monthly Riverdale District Newsletter (2006–2009).
MIKE DOTTEN (2019) has been a Lakewood member since 2013 and subscriber for the past 20 years. His civic credits include: Founder and Board Member of Health Bridges International Inc. (2006–present) a non-profit international medical relief organization); Arlington Club (President), Toastmasters, 2006, Chair, Wine Committee 2006-2008, Chair, Entertainment Committee (2007–2008), Finance Committee (2010–11 and Board of Directors (2011–present); William Temple House President (1998–99), Vice President (1997–98) of the Board of Directors & Chair, Development Committee (1994–98; Christ Church Episcopal Parish—Vestry Member 2000–2003, Senior Warden 2001–2003, Steering Committee-Capital Campaign (1999), Co-chair, Stewardship Committee (1997–98); University of Oregon Law School Alumni Assoc. President, (1989–1992), Board Member (1985–92); Oregon Campaign for Equal Justice – Advisory Committee, 1992–present and service on numerous committees and sections of the American Bar Association and Oregon State Bar.
ELAINE FRANKLIN (2019) is a business consultant who now resides in Lake Oswego. She has taught biology, physical education and history and has coached girl's track, field hockey, gymnastics and tennis. Elaine has been involved with Junior League, Portland Parks Foundation, Broadway Rose Theatre Company and ChristieCare.
JOAN FREED (2019) is a professional actress living in Lake Oswego. She was a prior Managing Actuary with Sedgewick James of Oregon. Her non-profit experience includes board member of Lake Oswego Women's Coalition, site coordinator for SMART (Start Making a Reader Today), and the prior chair of Arts Downtown for the Lake Oswego Arts Commission. Joan has also served as Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, Vice President and President of the Lakewood Associates and will be their President in 2018–19.
DON IRVING (2021) a Lake Oswego resident, is a retired Engagement Partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Mr. Irving has been an Adjunct Instructor at OHSU teaching courses in health care finance, managerial accounting and corporate finance to graduate students in the health care and technology fields. His civic volunteer activities have included Saturday Academy, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and Lake Oswego Rotary. For Lakewood, he has served on the Festival of the Arts finance committee for several years, as Treasurer for four years, and as President for one year.
JOANNE KANTOR (2021) a supporter of Lakewood for the past 20 years works as director of recruiting for ComForCare. She will be Lakewood's chair of the annual 2018 Lakewood In City Lights event. Joanne also vounteers with Special Olympics, ALS Foundation, Meals on Wheels and the Certified Medical Assistant Advisory Group for the state of Oregon.
DR. RICKY KORACH (2021) is a retired English teacher/Department Chair from Lake Oswego High School. She has a Doctorate in Educational Leadership: Curriculum and Instruction. Her civic activities include 11 years with the Lake Oswego Reads steering committee member of the North End Library feasibility study; and volunteering with several fundraisers throughout the community such as phonathons for the LOSD Foundation and blood drives for the Red Cross. A resident of Lake Oswego for more than 53 years, she has a sense of the history both of the community and the theatre. For Lakewood she has worked on several major fundraisers and has been a board liaison for the Festival of Arts. She has been a Lakewood board member since 2012.
DON PLUMB (2021) a Lake Oswego resident, is a retired M.D., board certified in Ophthalmology. Don served as a U.S. Army flight surgeon, was President and board member of the Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology and was a board member of the Oregon Medical Association and President of the Multnomah County Medical Society. Don also served as a board member and partner at EyeHealth Northwest where he was an active participant in business and personnel decisions. He has been a Lakewood board member since 2012 and has served as Treasurer for two years and President for two years.
MARTHA SCHRADER (2021) a Lake Oswego resident, is a County Commissioner for Clackamas County. Martha has had many civic volunteer activities including library boards, American Leadership Forum, American Red Cross, Columbia Girl Scout Council, Metro Advisory Policy Committee, National Association of Counties, and the Oregon Association of Counties.
The board of directors wishes to express its appreciation to Chuck O'Leary
who will be retiring from the board this year. Their service is very much appreciated!
Click here to download a copy of the 2018 annual meeting notice
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