Preble County Community:We want to reach out and share with you the exciting news regarding the future of our non-profit theatre. What was once named The Star Theatre at Eagles Point is now Preble Players!As is evident to all, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted The Arts in a devastating way. All across the United States, theatres and other Arts venues have been closed since March of 2020. Whether a for-profit or non-profit business, the losses have continued an exponential growth.The Star Theatre/ Preble
Productivity is always a big push at the beginning of the year. Everyone wants to do more with less, less money, less time, and fewer resources. This article will show you four ways to structure your day for greater success in achieving your goals. The one that best works for you is a personal decision but trying several of these can give you some good insights into how you (and your employees) work best. Time Segmenting The first way to think about your day is the organization framework. Most
The Board of Directors of Preble Arts (also known as Preble County Art Association) has named Claudia Edwards as its new executive director effective immediately. Edwards comes to Preble Arts from the position of Director of Operations and Events at Amigos, the Richmond (IN) Latino Center. She brings artistic talents in painting, photography, and interior design to Preble Arts as well as extensive experience as an event organizer and fundraiser. Edwards managed the Richmond International Food Fest and
Recognizing Preble County's Young Professionals
Congratulations, February 2021 Young Professional of the Month, Greg Eley!
Congratulations, January 2021 Young Professional of the Month Landen O'Banion! (Pictured: Preble Connect Steering Committee members Kate Duskey, Todd Appledown, O'Banion, Alexa Little)