Big changes are in store for the Clark Center Performing Arts Association. Board President Frank Jarratt announced his plans to retire at the end of the year, and Executive Director Mychele Dee gave her two-week notice earlier this month.
'Mychele is leaving us in good hands," Jarratt said in a press release. 'The association is in the best financial shape since we began; our first four shows this season have made money and two of them were completely sold out."
Dee will be heading to Phoenix to assist her mother, who is recovering from surgery.
'It's been a pleasure to work with and meet so many wonderful people in the community," Dee said in a press release. 'I'm happy I could make a difference at the association."
Both Dee and Jarratt were unavailable for
Sandy Lubin, the association's current board treasurer, will take over Jarratt's role on Jan. 1, 2006. The association has not announced a replacement for Dee at this time.
The Clark Center's next show, The Peking Acrobats, is scheduled for Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m.