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HCOA says thanks
The Mission of the Homer Council on the Arts -- "to make the performing, visual and literary arts an integral part of life in the Homer area" -- would be almost impossible to reach were it not for the generous support from local community and business members. HCOA would like to thank Mike and Molly Warburton from Ocean Shores Motel for their donation of accommodations for both John McCutcheon and ETHOS Percussion Group, Two Sisters Bakery, Joan Terrell, Lynn Roff's Stage Craft students, and Mark Robinson, the Homer High School Choir and Karl Stolzfus for their beautiful voices in performing the Missa Luba with ETHOS Percussion Group. As always, The Homer Bookstore, Etude Studio and Solstice Music volunteer as ticket outlets, and thanks to all the volunteers that continue to bring treats to our events.

Integral to presenting high-caliber talent such as ETHOS Percussion Group is the major support we receive from the WESTAF TourWest grant program. HCOA extends its thanks and appreciation to the WESTAF organization for its continued financial support.

Janet Bowen, director

Homer Council on the Arts