Dr. Bruce Neill

– retired as manager of the Agroforestry Development Centre in 2011 after a 33-year career with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.  Bruce has extensive experience in human resource management, strategic planning and implementation, program management along with financial budgeting and management. Since moving to Indian Head in 1978, Bruce has also been an active volunteer including executive positions in Indian Head Minor Hockey, Indian Head Golf Course, Indian Head Communities in Bloom  and Indian Head Natural History Society to name a few.  In addition he is currently a civilian volunteer (snare drummer) with the Regina RCMP Pipe Band.  . Bruce is also avid movie goer and supporter of live music through concert planning and promotion over the last 10 years.

 

Jenn Litzenberger-

– is our newest board member and brings a tremendous connection to the youth in our community as the local band instructor and one of the directors of the Indian Head High School Drama Club.

Tara-Leigh Heslip

– has years of experience in project management and a passion for the arts. With a background in Fine Arts and Interior Design she has a great appreciation for historic structures and their role in place making and the need for arts to be assessable to all people.  As the program coordinator for the Saskatchewan Main Street Demonstration project she is challenged daily with community engagement and volunteer management while promoting historic conservation as a launching pad for economic restructuring.

Don Jewitt  – Vice Chair

Currently employed by Prairie Valley School Division as Principal at Kelliher School. Don has been involved in community projects at the local and provincial level, serving terms on church councils and holding positions with the provincial executive of the Saskatchewan Drama Association. Don has also coached high school football, all levels of amateur hockey.  His passion for theatre is longstanding, having directed in excess of 60 plays at the high school and little theatre level.

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Lisa Horsman

– is employed by the Prairie Valley School Division as the Grade 6 Teacher at Indian Head Elementary School. Lisa earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from the University of Saskatchewan. She shares her love of music with the students in the school in her role as Director of the Indian Head Elementary School Choir and bi-annual school musical. Lisa is currently President of the Indian Head Band Parent’s Association and believes in the development of musicianship in order to strengthen programming. Lisa’s favourite musical memory was playing in the orchestra for the Indian Head High School’s production of Guys and Dolls.

Jenn Rennebohm

Writeup coming soon.

Charity Taylor

Writeup coming soon.

Danny Petty

Writeup coming soon.