The Ottumwa Courier

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June 27, 2014

Ottumwa Community Players elects officers

OTTUMWA — Ottumwa Community Players held its annual membership meeting and election of officers on Sunday June 22.

Officers for the 2014-15 season include: President Jeff Leonard, Vice-President Becky Ingle, Secretary Jim Clingman and Treasurer Jody Williams. In addition, Alice Richardson will serve as historian and Michael Stokes will chair the play reading committee.

Board members include Megan Bell, Lucy Gamon, Kami Millikin, Konnie Milder, Stephanie Maggio, and Jennifer Boyenga.

The organization will soon be launching its 61st season of community theater. For more information about OCP, call 641-777-3468 or visit its Facebook page.

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