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Campbell River
In person at The Maritime Heritage Centre (MHC) and on Zoom

Short Program: Honour & Thank You to Rotary Auction Platinum Sponsors

Presented by Greg Manzulenko and Graham Stewart 

Long Program: Cleo Corbett and Lucas Schuller to present an update on Rotary sponsored Youth Open Mic Nights. 

Ian Baikie to introduce Cleo and Lucas. 


Bio - Cleo Corbett, MCIP, RPP - is an urban planner with 20 years experience in working for local government. She is currently a Senior Specialist with CMHC`s Municipal Relations team for BC and the Yukon to deliver programs, build capacity and improve the housing system. Cleo serves as a Board Member on the planning institute of BC and the Yukon, and is a former board member of Rivercity Players. Cleo also was a proud Rotarian with the Club in Golden BC in the 2000s. Cleo loves theatre and rock n roll … but doesn’t have much time for it these days given career and family obligations, so she just really enjoys being able to help others perform. 

Bio - Lucas Schuller - since settling in Campbell River in 2014, Lucas Schuller has served on the board of the Art Gallery and the Tidemark, and as assistant to Member of Parliament Rachel Blaney. He founded the Highway 19 concert series in 2019 and is the programmer and manager for Spirit Square under contract from the City. Lucas spent three years in Ottawa as a program officer for Canada Council for the Arts, and 15 years in the music business in Vancouver in artist management, CD distribution, and as a performing and recording drummer. Lucas has a BFA from the School for Contemporary Arts at SFU, and a music performance diploma from Vancouver Community College, and once had music he wrote performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. He lives in Willow Point with two kids and his partner who teaches elementary school music, and spends as much time as possible on the soccer pitch playing with the masters club and coaching youth.