Foundation Announces Election of Officers for 2019
Updated: Feb 28, 2019
COFFEYVILLE, KAN., Thursday, January 10, 2019 — The Midland Theater Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the revitalization of the Midland Theater and Event Center (MTEC) in downtown Coffeyville has announced the annual election of its officers and board members.
On Jan. 8, the Foundation held a meeting of its Board of Directors to elect officers for the 2019 calendar year. The newly elected officers consist of the following:
President—Haylie Bagwell, Professional Vocalist/Songwriter; Community Leader
Vice President—Darrel Harbaugh, President, USD 445 Board of Education; Retired Teacher
Secretary—Nancy Wright, Retired Director of College Relations, Coffeyville Community College
Treasurer—Denise York, Retired Global IT Project Manager, Amazon
The Board of Directors also held a vote to formally induct two community leaders to the Foundation’s Board of Directors. The Midland Theater Foundation proudly welcomes new board members:
Ryan Schlotfelt, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Coffeyville Resources
Grant Hendrix, Product Manager, Coffeyville SEKTAM, Inc.
Rounding out the remainder of the Foundation’s Board of Directors are returning board members:
David Beck, English Instructor, Coffeyville Community College
Sharon Caulkins, Downtown Business Owner – Retired
Jim Criswell, Order Processing Manager, Acme Foundry; Retired Architect
Samantha Kudrick, Tourism Director, Visit Coffeyville
Crystal Sare, Partner, Centennial Restorations, LLC
Lisa Scheck, Marketing Manager, POSIM Software/Retail Success, LLC
Peggy Steele, Managing Partner, Baroness Properties—Neighborhood Revitalization; Retired CEO/President, Regis Company
“Our board members are dedicated community leaders and selfless volunteers who bring a wealth of expertise from various backgrounds,” said Foundation President Haylie Bagwell. “Their leadership will be of great benefit to the MTEC project and the revitalization of Coffeyville as a whole.”
The Midland Theater Foundation is comprised of a board of 15 elected members, including four elected officers. Terms are for one year and board members are asked to attend the majority of its regular board meetings held at 4 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. There are currently two vacant positions on the board. Individuals interested in serving on the Board of Directors or volunteering through the Foundation’s “Stage Hands” program are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org.