It was with sadness that we noted the passing of LaVon Crosby (“Crosby, beloved state senator, dies,” July 28). LaVon was a treasured legislator but she was much more than that. She will be remembered as an effective voice in the legislature but more so as a beloved lady and friend. She was the godmother of the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, which she remembered as her proudest accomplishment. It was her primary bill and was ushered into fruition.
By KENT WARNEKE
email@example.com | Posted: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 9:00 am
It could be called the perfect storm — in the best possible sense of the term.
The collective presence and work of the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, Nebraska Arts Council
and Humanities Nebraska has been of benefit to communities, arts organizations and individuals
“It’s a really neat thing to have everything work together,” said Suzanne Wise, executive director
of the Nebraska Arts Council.
Special to the Norfolk Daily News | Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 9:04 am
The Norfolk Arts Center will be host to a reception next week designed to provide an opportunity
for Norfolkans and area residents to meet representatives of three statewide cultural arts
Special guests will be Marian Fey, the new executive director of the Nebraska Cultural
Endowment, along with Suzanne Wise, executive director of the Nebraska Arts Council, and
Heather Thomas, development director for Humanities Nebraska.
The Nebraska Cultural Endowment is pleased to announce Marian Fey as its new Executive Director. Marian comes to the Nebraska Cultural Endowment after serving as the Director of Nebraskans for the Arts and she brings to the position extensive non-profit leadership experience and a strong background in the arts and education. She will be responsible for continuing to build the endowment, enhancing statewide relationships and administering the organization.