We hope you did! The Citizens' Council for the Arts (the folks who bring you Art on the Green) wishes to acknowledge with gratitude the generous assistance given by many community partners and helpers in putting on a great Art on the Green festival this year!Citizens’ Council for the Arts is indebted for support, cooperation and help to: A-Z Rentals, Action Printers, Arby's for sandwich sauce, City of Coeur d'Alene, Coeur d’Alene Press, Concession Supply, S.W. Colwes Piano Service, Steinway Piano Gallery of Spokane, Mike Dodge Construction, Scott Dodson/Sandcastle and Central Pre-Mix for the Sand, Flammia & Solomon, Franz Bakery, Ken Glastre & Crew, Harding Family Center, Hayden West U-Haul & Storage, Honey Buckets, Interstate Gas, The Inlander, Jim Monroe/Intermountain Security, Ellen Scriven & Paul Smith/Killarney Farm, Target Media Northwest Publishing/Spokane Print & Mail, Panhandle State Bank, Mobile Fleet Service, Nickel’s Worth, Omni Graphics, Pepsi, Ready Ice, Silver Lake Motel, Jim Solomon, Specialty Tree Services, Inc./Ken Roberge, Sun Rental, NW Museum of Art & Culture, Spokesman-Review, Super One Foods, The Fish Folks, Tim's Special Cut Meats, Waste Management, Williams Inland Distributors, Fay Wright and Gayle Hughes for the History Book, parents who donated scholarships for ArtShop, and special thanks to North Idaho College Administration and all the help from maintenance and grounds.
Mission Statement: Citizens’ Council for the Arts is a non-profit group formed to encourage, promote and support the arts in the community.
Citizens' Council for the Arts 2013 Officers and Staff: President: Carol Stacey; Vice President: Theresa Shaffer; Secretary: Sue Flammia; Treasurer: Mike Dodge; Accountant: Clark Anderson McNelis; Festival Banking: Panhandle State Bank; Office Manager: Catherine Lavonture Hurrell; Publicity/Volunteer Coordinator: Jolie Bazler.