Culture Arts Commission

November 17, 1991

Five new appointments and reappointments were recently announced forposts as commissioners to the Anne Arundel County Commission on Culture and the Arts by County Executive Robert Neall.

All members will serve a two year term ending Aug. 31, 1993.

Representing District 4 is Sally Shoemaker, president of the Greater Odenton Improvement Association and founder of the Odenton Heritage Society.

Wanda McVeigh will represent District 5. A resident ofArnold, McVeigh works as a free-lance wildlife artist, illustrator and childrens' writer.

George C. Shenk Jr., and Julian Glenwood Gibbs have been appointed as representatives of the Anne Arundel Arts Association for the Commission. Shenk is president of Whitmore Publishing in Annapolis. Gibbs is a retired member of the Anne Arundel CountyBoard of Appeals who lives in Edgewater. He is a member of the Anne Arundel County Republican Redistricting Committee.

Treeva Pippen of Linthicum has been reappointed to represent District 1.

The commission serves as a focal point for the government, public, and private support of the arts and other cultural programs in the county. The eleven commissioners serve as an advisory board to the county executive.

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