Community Achievements in the Arts Awards

Every year, the LCVA honors individuals, businesses, and organizations that advance the arts in Central Virginia.

Since its inception, over forty individuals, businesses, and organizations in Southside Virginia have received the LCVA’s Community Achievement in the Arts Awards

 

Former honorees include:

2011
Roy Clark, the Farmville Herald, and Crossroads Community Services Board;

2010
Dudley Sauvé and j fergeson gallery

2009
Centra Southside Community Hospital, Marianne Dennison, and Wilkins Myrick Frames and Fine Art

2008
Baine's Books & Coffee, Mary Prevo, and the Victoria Public Library;

2007
the Pamplin Depot Library, Odessa Pride, Mark and Tammy Southall of Creative Electrical Contractors, Inc., and Joy Boettcher Utzinger

2006
Carrington’s Music, Grace Putney, and The Women’s Club of Buckingham County

2005
Café Zelia, the Farmville Presbyterian Church, The Hampden-Sydney Music Festival, and Charlene Snoddy

2004
Citizens Bank & Trust, Cub Creek Foundation, Martha Pennington Lewis, Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, and Margie Watkins

2003
Carter’s Flower Shop, Nancy and Ralph Haga, and the Heart of Virginia Festival

2002
Shirley Blackwell, Outdoor Film Series, David Dodge Lewis and Sandy Willcox, and Rolleighdon Books

2001
the Commonwealth Chorale, Bernice “Penny” Hackett, Harlan Horton of Durette, Irving and Bradshaw, and Charles Kinzer

2000
Carol “Cricket” Edmonson, Grant’s Glass, William Lynn, and Denise Penick

1999
Central Virginia Arts, Edwilda Isaac, Richard and Deborah McClintock, and Wachovia

1998
Baker, Williams and Green Attorneys, Mottley’s Hardware, and Patton Lockwood (posthumous)

1997
Belk-Leggett Department Store, James C. Kidd, and The Waterworks Players, Inc.

1996
First Virginia Bank-Colonial Southside, Jaqueline J. Wall, and Wintertree.