A surplus for the Capitol Centre in 2020.
The board reported a year-end positive result of $104,000 at their annual general meeting on Wednesday, September 29, 2021.
In a release, the Capitol Centre says even though 2020 was often in pandemic lock-down mode, they managed through it with most staff working from home, virtual fundraising, expanded partnerships, grant opportunities, and new online streaming performances and events.
“I think everyone can look back at 2020 as a year of acquiring the skills to jump through the various hoops and curves that came our way,” said Robert Palangio, Past President of the Capitol Centre Board of Directors. “The Capitol Centre is an irreplaceable asset to our community. And from a personal perspective, I am incredibly proud of the work that the
staff, volunteers and the Board of Directors have accomplished.”
After 15 years on the board, Palangio stepped down as President at Wednesday’s AGM.
“We‘re very grateful for the support of the City of North Bay, our staff, volunteers, and of course our patrons who continue to support us in any way they can. We’re excited to have re-opened our doors to live, in-person performances and we look forward to even brighter days ahead,” said Dan Misturada, Interim Executive Director.
The newly elected Executive of the Capitol Centre includes:
Andrew Lawson, President
Anna Fitzsimmons, First Vice-President
Colin McMorrow, Second Vice-President
Tim Buhler, Treasurer