Printery Foundation holds annual meeting

The Atascadero Printery Foundation held its annual meeting on Nov. 18 where progress on the project was shared. (Photo by Elizabeth Enriquez-Phillips)

ATASCADERO — The Printery Foundation had its annual meeting on Nov. 18 at the Community Church in Atascadero. At the Fellowship Hall, there was a great turnout, including newly elected council member Susan Funk who kept her campaign promise of working on the Printery project. Phil Dunsmore with the City was present and had a lot of positive input for the Printery. New designs by  Ravatt, Albrecht & Associates, Inc. were shown.
“It was a good turnout we discuss moving forward moving from a small organization to one with much more strength and momentum. We have nearly completed mothballing the building and now focusing on stabilization,” said Karen McNamara, president of the Printery Foundation.
“We are always looking for donations, volunteers we especially need help with research and writing grants so we can move forward with the rehabilitation. We look forward to partnering with APAC to finally bring a fine arts facility to Atascadero.”
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