Arts Council Community Spotlight: Laura Caley, Proud Parent

Saturday, December 20, 2014


Community Spotlight: Laura Caley, Proud Parent


In Celebration of 25 years of doing good in our community, the Arts Council would like to take some time and highlight some of our fantastic members who are doing great things in our community. 

Laura Caley - Lake Forest Park    

Shoreline School District Parent and August Arts Camp Nurse

How have you been involved with the Arts Council, and for how long?

I’ve been the camp nurse for August Arts for going on seven years. 
(Her son Drew went to August Arts Camp for six years and has been a camp counselor for two now!)

What do you love most about our community?

I like it because it’s small and everyone knows what you’re talking about

How does August Arts Camp make an impact in your life?

For me, the Arts Camp is seeing a lot of young kids coming in not knowing anything about their hidden creative talents and leaving masters.

In one word, describe the Arts Council...

Vital.

Join Laura and become a member of the Arts Council. We’re preserving creative opportunities for our kids, and over the last 25 years, have invested over $3 million in arts and arts education right here in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. Family memberships start at just $100, and you’ll not only receive great member perks, you’ll also get to bask in the warm glow that comes with knowing you’ve helped foster creativity right where you live. 

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to nurture and support the arts in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park



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