RFA honored for cultural contributions


KILMARNOCK—The Virginia Commission for the Arts (VCA) has selected the Rappahannock Foundation for the Arts (RFA) to receive one of its “50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Awards.”

The VCA chose the RFA from over 350 nominees, selecting those who are today’s leaders and tomorrow’s visionaries, leading the way to a culturally vibrant future, reported RFA president Peggy Stalnaker.

The 50 Arts Inspirations awards were developed by the VCA to be its 50th anniversary tribute to 50 programs, individuals and organizations that play a critical role in the arts of Virginia.



Total access to Record content is available via subscription to our e-Edition    
. . . HERE 
or the print edition
  . . .  HERE, or at newsstands  . . .  HERE