WCW December 2014

In This Issue
West Coast Woman

Our area is a magnet for professionals from the business, education, arts, technology, and sports fields. Some live in the spotlight; others live quietly. Only a few people know that a world-renowned groundbreaker for not only women, but also for women of color resides in the area.

As the first African-American female principal player in a major symphony orchestra, Ann joined the Pittsburgh Symphony at age 21 playing second harp. A year later Arthur Fieldler, conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra, suggested that she audition for the Boston Pops where she became a principal and also the second principal harpist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Later she became the principal harpist of the Boston Symphony where she remained for 40 years until her semi-retirement in 2009.

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Salute To The Arts

Salute To the Arts

February 6-22 The world’s most talented professional circus artists come together under the “Big Top” for dazzling entertainment that will blow your mind featuring “King of the Highwire” Nik Wallenda.

 

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Want to Dazzle at Dessert?

Want to Dazzle at Dessert?

Amish pies…just say those two words and people’s eyes glaze over. Then they start to speak in one-word sentences. Pumpkin. Custard. Blueberry. Cherry. The one that usually draws the most sighs is actually two words: peanut butter. Sigh…



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Melon Dash Presents

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Melon Dash of Sarasota, CEO of 21st Century Swimming Lessons Inc., presented two addresses at the World Aquatic Health Conference, which was held Oct. 8-10 in Portland, OR.

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