Dudley, a frequent and lifelong patron of the arts, adds, “In addition to providing a home for the local organizations, this project will be an incredible opportunity for our city to bring more cultural events to the community, as opposed to the decades-long need to drive 30-plus minutes north or south. For so long, we have had to go where the arts are. Finally, there’ll be a home where the arts come to Boca Raton.”
Dudley has been deeply involved with several non-profit organizations in Florida since she moved to the state in 1991. She has held multiple directorial positions for the boards of Boca Ballet Theatre, Boca Pops, National Society of Arts and Letters, Louis and Anne Green Memory & Wellness Center and Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club Homeowners’ Association. She has served on many gala committees for the Boca Raton Historical Society, the Tri-County Humane Society and Boca Ballet Theatre. She is also a member of American Ballet Theatre’s Lucia Chase Society, the Dance Theatre of Harlem Legacy Society and Boca Ballet Theatre’s Pavlova Legacy Society.
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