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    Danielle Cottingham, Membership Development Coordinator
     
    Danielle Cottingham is a Hartsville native and Hartsville High School graduate. She currently lives in Clio, SC and her hobbies include singing, playing piano, and her dog, Maggie. She holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees, with honors, from Coker College in History and Music.
     
    During her time at Coker she was the Lead Trainer for the Student Ambassador Program, served as a Commissioner and Orientation Leader for new students, was a Resident Assistant, held positions as a Student Representative on the Alumni Board and Student Development Committee, served as the President of Coker's student chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, served as a Section Leader in both the Coker Singers and Coker Chamber Choir, and was the co-captain of the Spirit Squad. Danielle was a member of the Coker Honors Program, World Scholars Program, Emerging Leaders Program, and Sophomore Scholars Program. She studied abroad in Spain and Portugal in 2018 and has traveled across the state of South Carolina and the East Coast representing Coker College with the Coker Singers.
     
    After serving as an intern at the Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce from 2016-2017, Danielle has accepted a full-time position at the Chamber as the Membership Development Coordinator. In this role, she will be responsible for both member and community outreach. Some of her duties will include: serving as a liaison between the Chamber and it members, handling the Chamber's social media accounts and website, marketing and planning Chamber events, and publishing the Chamber's weekly eNewsletter "Chamber Connection."
     
    Danielle may be reached by email at admin@hartsvillechamber.org.
  • Lucky Plush Productions

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    Name: Lucky Plush Productions
    Date: March 12, 2019
    Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
    Event Description:
    Lucky Plush Productions is an ensemble dance-theater company based in Chicago, led by founder and Artistic Director Julia Rhoads. The company is committed to provoking and supporting an immediacy of presence—a palpable live-ness—shared by performers in real time with audiences. A unique hybrid of high-level dance and theater, Lucky Plush’s work is recognized for its layered choreography, nuanced dialogue, surprising humor, and socially relevant content.
    Location:
    Watson Theater, Elizabeth Boatwright Coker Performing Arts Center, Coker College
    Date/Time Information:
    March 12, 7:30pm
    Contact Information:
    Meredith Sims msims@coker.edu 843-383-8335
    Fees/Admission:
    $15
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