Richard Baron Leadership Circle at COCA
COCA was founded on the belief that all St. Louis children and adults should have access to high-quality arts education. 28 years later, COCA is now the nation’s fourth largest community arts center, impacting people of all ages and backgrounds. Named for COCA’s founder, whose foresight and perseverance created a unique cultural resource in St. Louis, the Richard Baron Leadership Circle is a visionary group of COCA’s most generous supporters who have committed to helping COCA accomplish its ambitious work of fostering potential into reality.
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Recognition on signage, in the COCA Annual Report and in special print communications.
Advance invitations and early registration for COCA programs.
2 complimentary tickets to new Taste of COCA events (3 events per year).
2 complimentary tickets to FLAME.
All of the above, plus 2 additional complimentary tickets to FLAME (4 total).
All of the above, plus: Opportunity for COCA YOP tax credits (pending availability).
All of the above, plus: Use of the COCA Millstone Gallery for a private event.
All of the above, plus: Use of the COCA Anheuser-Busch Black Box Theatre for a private event.
All of the above, plus: Use of the COCA Founders’ Theatre & Emerson Studio for a private event.
All of the above, plus: Use of the COCA facility for a private event.
FLAMEFLAME is an annual appreciation event for Members of the Richard Baron Leadership Circle.
FLAME 2015: Friday, January 9, 2015Presented by
Schedule of Events
Arrival and Cocktails
Performance, Awards and Celebration!
Mary Strauss, Recipient of the COCA Ferring Award for Philanthropy
Lisa Caplan, Recipient of the Newell S. “Jim” Knight Service Award at COCA
Time to Party!
Dinner, Live Music and Dancing
FLAME 2015 Committee:
Rhonda Carter Adams
Contact Pam Mandelker, COCA Director of Advancement, at 314.561.4869 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Jun 26 - Jun 27, 2015
Bitingly relevant and sprinkled with sass, Bring It On takes audiences on a high-flying journey filled with the complexities of friendship, jealousy, betrayal, and forgiveness.