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Community members honored by Truckee Meadows Tomorrow



truckeemeadowstomorrowlogoTruckee Meadows Tomorrow announced the next round of honorees to be recognized through its “Caught in the Act” program. The individuals and organizations honored were “caught in the act” of improving the quality of life in the Truckee Meadows by positively impacting one or more of the community’s 33 Quality of Life Indicators.

Caught in the Act Honorees:

  • Margaret Boroughf and Richard Lee with MasterWorks Chorale for improving the participation in the arts and cultural activities indicator by encouraging people to participate in music. Their work includes outreach initiatives and free concerts by volunteer vocalists for more than 30 years.
  • Clint Neuerburg and Van Pham with the Holland Project’s three-Minute Film Competition for improving the technology infrastructure & engagement and participation in the arts and cultural activities indicators by hosting a competition that was accessible to everyone since short films can be shot on digital cameras, hand-held video cameras, or high-tech equipment, and edited on any personal computer.
  • Nevada Interactive Media’s Tracy Viselli, Interactive Media Specialist and Ed Lenart, Reynolds School of Journalism Professor, for improving the technology infrastructure & engagement indicator by organizing the first Nevada Interactive Media Summit to help entrepreneurs, small businesses and innovators explore interactive media and technology.

These individuals will be honored at TMT’s annual membership meeting on Thursday, Dec. 10 from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m., at the Artisans (previously Remedees) meeting room in the Renown Health/Advance Medicine Health Building. For more information, visit www.truckeemeadowstomorrow.org or call (775) 323-1518.

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