Lone Tree Arts Center Guild President Susan Stiff, DCPA CEO Janice Sinden, gala emcee and auctioneer Doug Tisdale, Luella D’Angelo Chavez, vice chancellor for enterprise development, University of Colorado South Denver and Dr. Becky Takeda-Tinker, CSU Global President.
Scottie Iverson, The Villager’s fashion and lifestyle editor
If you haven’t heard of The Company Men, you have missed an exceptional uplifting experience. Under the leadership of Lone Tree Arts Center Guild President Susan Stiff, gala chair Tonya Fallows and Lone Tree Arts Center Executive Director Lisa Rigsby Peterson, an inspirational and creative, multi-faceted gala was staged. Featured entertainment was by The Company Men, who began as a corporate entertainment group and exploded in popularity, bringing a signature throwback sound and a contemporary look, giving them one of the widest demographic appeals of any touring act in the nation today.
In 90 minutes, they brought 70-plus classic and current songs from what they call “A Night of Hits,” culminating with a patriotic segment that brought the audience to its feet.
“Our Lone Tree Arts Center Guild exists to raise money for the Lone Tree Arts Center,” said loyal supporter of the arts Susan Stiff.
Lone Tree City Councilmember Cathie Brunnick, City Manager Seth Hoffman, Mayor Jackie Millet and Councilmember Wynn Shaw.
Incoming Guild President Tonya Fallows, who chaired the gala with Pamela Schenk-Kelly, senior manager at Park Meadows.
Lone Tree Arts Center Executive Director Lisa Rigsby Peterson surrounded by The Company Men. Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson
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