Larry Gundrum, who has served on Green Lake Renewal’s board of directors for the past two years, has been named executive director of Green Lake Renewal’s Town Square Community Center. He will be responsible for planning, executing and leading all Town Square initiatives, including programming, events, and project development, as well as overseeing Town Square’s Green Lake Kitchens, Green Lake Fitness and Mill Pond Terrace, the new outdoor event venue opening this summer on the north side of Town Square.
Town Square Community Center is partnering with Gongtopia to bring a one-day gong meditation session to Green Lake on Saturday, December 8 from 1:30 to 3 pm. Advance registration is $25 or $30 the day of. Participants can register online at www.greenlakerenewal.org, by calling 920-807-0008, or by visiting the front desk at Town Square Community Center.
Fran Hill, co-founder of the Town Square Community Center, will serve as president. Nick Vandervelde, entrepreneur with a background in finance, will serve as vice president. Phil Burkart, co-founder of the Town Square Community center, will serve as treasurer. Evelyn Galster, administrator of the Freeland Foundation, will serve as secretary. Mary-Jo Johnson, co-founder of Green Lake Renewal, will serve as past president.
During January and February, Green Lake Renewal’s Mill Pond Terrace Task Force met with numerous local contractors, seeking advice on how to best value engineer the project. The team is currently setting priorities and creating a timeline for completion. The project is expected to break ground in May, weather permitting.
In addition, Green Lake Renewal elected new officers of its board. Fran Hill will move from staff position to a volunteer board seat, serving as board President. Nick Vandervelde will serve as board vice president, next in line to assume the role of president. Phil Burkart will serve as Treasurer and Evelyn Galster will serve as secretary.