With a new year comes some new, but familiar faces to the Friends of the Goss Board of Directors.
The board is excited to welcome Prudy Calvin. Calvin, recent recipient of the Ruth Ziolkowski Outstanding Hospitality & Customer Service Award will replace board member Missy Sinner whose term ended in December. Calvin brings a wealth of knowledge, not only of the history of the Goss Opera House, but Watertown’s history as a whole, as well as her experience leading other non-profits in the community.
The mission of the Friends of the Goss is to create exceptional experiences that strengthen and inspire the community of Watertown. “Our mission is driven by our board members who are all committed to enhancing quality of life in our community. The future looks bright for both the Goss and our community,” said Executive Director Jamie Mack.
The board also elected new officers at its January meeting. Milt Carter – Past President, Kristen Henderson – President, Michael Makens – Vice President of Finance, and Brad Johnson – Vice President of Friend and Fundraising.