Isaac, co-founder At a Christmas party in 2003, several of us who were involved in the arts first discussed the idea of forming a Cherry Valley arts council.
The first meeting to assess interest in this idea was held at the house of Pam Livingston, a local artist and writer, in January 2004.
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She later became the Executive Director when this was established as a paid position.
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I drafted proposed by-laws, and Dennis Laughlin, a local attorney, initiated the legal process with New York State and the Internal Revenue Service to obtain our 501©(3) status as a tax-exempt, not-for-profit, community-based organization.
I served as interim president until we elected regular officers.