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Regular mail: 529 Main St. Loveland OH 45140
Phone: Ginny Reynolds at 513-683-1696

Arts Council Board

Lynda Gilcher, President

Mary Karg Headshot

Mary Karg, Vice President

Linda Feucht, Treasurer

Ginny Reynolds

Ginny Reynolds, Secretary
Ginny was born & raised in KY. She graduated with a BA in Fine Arts from the UK & a Masters in Education from the UC. She taught art in CT & CA & for 22 years at Loveland High School. Married for 42 years to George Reynolds, they have 2 sons, one in CA & one in CO who is father to grand twins, Hope & Finn. She works in oils & pastels and examples can be found at

Kay Bolin

Kay Bolin, At-large
Kay has been a Loveland resident since 1993. She and and her husband Tim are avid art collectors and are currently converting their garage into a pottery studio for Tim's retirement hobby. Kay retired 4 years ago and quickly got involved with Loveland Stage Company and Loveland Beautification Committee and is now thrilled to have the opportunity to join the family of our Loveland Arts Council.

Marge Henderson, At-large

John Kachuba

John Kachuba, Trustee
John was founder of the Arts & Cultural Council of Greater Loveland (Loveland Arts Council) and served as its president for several years before him and his wife Mary Newman (former Loveland City Council member) moved to Athens, OH in 2000. In Athens, he obtained a MA degree in Creative writing from Ohio University and also taught writing courses there.

Paul Elliot, Trustee

Elizabeth Murphy, Trustee

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The Arts and Cultural Council of Greater Loveland

The LOVELAND ARTS COUNCIL is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the promotion and organization of a wide variety of creative and performing arts events for participation, enrichment, and enjoyment of the residents in the Greater Loveland Area, thereby enhancing the quality of life and the perception of our city to others.