NRO thanks the Summit Arts Council |

NRO thanks the Summit Arts Council

Julie Chandler

The National Repertory Orchestra (NRO) would like to thank everyone who attended, supported and participated in the “Our World of Arts” event at the Arts Alive Gallery in Breckenridge on Feb. 20. This happening allowed attendees to mingle with Summit County Arts Council artists and learn about their art, passion, and inspiration while enjoying an extraordinary international culinary experience.

This fundraising event helped support the NRO’s summer music festival which has provided the highest level of musical experience for over 4,000 fine young musicians during our 50 years and over 20,000 Summit County audiences each summer.

A special thanks goes to the artist of the Summit County Arts Council who made this event possible: Valentina Alexeev, Vera Bloch, Nancy Branca, Sandi Bruns, Jenn Cram, Linda Dice, Lynel Gross, Joanne Hanson, Gigi Henry, Pam Hering, Bob Hoppin, Stan Horvath, Debra Irine, Michael Jackman, Vicky Jacobs, Diane Jaynes, Mary Lou Johns, Mark Johnson, Diane Johnston, Tom Kramer, Yvonne Kuennen, Tai Laech, Dale Montagne, Diane Nims, Todd Powell, Sascha Ripps, Cat Roberts, Lin Rosborough, Jim Rosborough, Katherine Sans, Susan Schmidt, Keats Scott, Richard Seeley, Sumi Von Dassow, Barry Westerland and June Wunder

Thanks also to Dina and Stacy Sanchez of Petal and Bean for their creative flower arrangements as well as City Market for their lovely flower arrangement.

We deeply appreciate all the creative efforts of Diane Jaynes and Sandi Bruns. They spearheaded and organized this event from beginning to end. It was a very successful fundraiser for the NRO; we all really enjoyed ourselves, and this wonderful collaboration in the arts. It was a great occasion for people to simultaneously support Arts Alive and the NRO. For more info about the NRO, contact Julie Chandler, director of development at (970) 453-5825 or Thank you,

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