Northwest NEWS

February 26, 2001

Local News

Duvall Arts Commission adds youth position

DUVALL Seeking to expand its representation of all sectors of the community, the Duvall Arts Commission (DAC) is creating its first youth position. With the Teen Center on the city's drawing boards, adding a youth position to the arts commission will give an official voice to young people who want to help plan arts-related programs that appeal to teens. The one-year position carries full voting privileges and offers interested teens a meaningful way to fulfill their community service requirements.
   In addition to the newly-created youth position, the arts commission seeks to fill vacancies in two regular positions.Volunteer Arts Commissioners, appointed by the mayor, serve three-year terms, attend regular monthly meetings and participate in specific projects of interest by serving on one or more of the commission's committees.
   Meetings are held on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Rose Room of the Duvall Library. Applications are available at the Duvall City Hall, Cedarcrest High School or at Friends of Youth office on Valley Street, or call 425-788-2983.