SASKATCHEWAN MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
Charitable, Nonprofit Cultural Organization, Incorporated in 1957
1 (306) 256 7187
Box 632. Cudworth, SK. SOK IBO Frontdesk

SMEA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
2017
Kara Helms
Past President
934 2810


Lee Adams
President
659-8726

Celia Hammerton
Vice President
778 0576

Val Kuemper
Executive Director
306 256 7187

 

Amanda Timm
Director Region 1

306 280-2729


Amy O'Hara
Director Region 2
306 371 9549

Nathan Seghers
Director Region 3

306 548 2103


Sharon Bates
Director Region 4
306 368 2333
Lauren Lohneis
Director Region 5
306 940-7418

Gene Aulinger
Director Region 6
306-445-3314

Katlyn Redding
Director Region 7
306 501-5620
Communications/Publishing Consultant: Graeme Steen

Liaison Persons to the SMEA Board 2017
Glen Gillis
UofS Liaison
9668356

Marlene Hinz
Orff Contact
Colleen Paulhus
STF Liaison
1-800-667-7762
Darrell Bueckert
2017
Saskatchewan Honour Groups Chair
(website)

Honour Groups: Graeme Steen (all year)
Honour Registrar


Phoebe Voigts
Director:
Saskatoon Children's Choir (website)

306 683-7340


Richard Dubé
Director:
Circle of Peace Drumming

306 683-7340
Melinda Anderson-Grass
Heart of the City (Moose Jaw)
Piano Program (website)
Coordinator

692 3904


Michelle Wheeler
Heart of the City (Regina)
(website)

Peggy L'Hoir
Heart of the City
(website)

Stefanie Stefanson-Pexa
Heart of the City (Saskatoon)
(website)

(306) 665 2025

Olivia Adams
President

University of Saskatchewan Music Education Students (USMES)

Josh Hendricksen
President

University of Regina Music
Student Chapter



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MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS OF SMEA
Saskatchewan Registered Music Teachers Association (SRMTA)
Suzuki Piano Teachers Association
Saskatchewan Carl Orff Chapter: Music for Children


SMEA AFFILIATIONS, National and International
Saskatchewan Teachers Federation
International Society for Music Education (ISME) U.N. affiliation
Canadian Music Educators Association
SaskCulture Inc.
Saskatchewan Arts Board
The Canadian Coalition for Music Education
Canadian Conference of the Arts
The National Symposium on Arts Educations
The Canada Council
The British Columbia MEA
The Alberta Music Association
The Manitoba MEA
The Ontario MEA
The New Brunswick MEA
The University of Sask. Music Department
The University of Regina Music Department
Brandon School of Music
The International Music Camp (North Dakota)
The Conservatory of Music.
Saskatchewan Choral Federation
Saskatchewan Band Association
Saskatchewan Music Festival Association
Saskatchewan Orchestral Association
Saskatchewan Arts Alliance


MISSION STATEMENT
  • To promote the development of high standards of music and music education.
  • To exchange information and ideas with those interested in music.
  • To sponsor conventions, workshops, clinics and other means of musical development,information and education.


VISION
  • Commitment to volunteer and community involvement as a volunteer based organization, comprised of a membership and elected Board of Directors who strive to work together towards the growth and development of its activities at a volunteer level.
  • Universal participation through leadership, membership, volunteers and access to organizational programs and services.
  • Partnership and cooperation in a coordinated approach with other music and arts related organizations to maximize use of available resources and ensure the continuum of high standards of music education.
  • Volunteer leadership, effective governance and organizational effectiveness by the expeditious use of scarce and valued resources, including human resources to increase self reliance, growth, resource acquisition, adaptability, innovation, productivity, service, satisfaction and commitment at the local level.
  • Lottery recognition and promotion.

SMEA's KEY RESULT AREAS
 
  • Participatory experiences in a menu of program and services which are relevant, of high quality and accessible to all citizens of Saskatchewan, regardless of age, gender, race, special needs, economic status or geographical area.
  • Volunteer leaders and a volunteer community that demonstrates organizational ability to cooperatively work together for the common good in the fulfillment of common goals at the local level. Commitment to the recruitment, training, motivating and retaining of valued volunteers as well as increased emphasis on volunteer recognition.
  • Organizational cooperation with other music organizations to coordinate programs and services that serve a greater number of individuals than those represented by each of the organizations separately.
  • Service to the membership in terms of representation, advocacy, resources, professional development and training.
  • Commitment to actively promote healthy life styles and positive choices and publicly recognize the importance of lottery funding to sport, recreation and culture as a means through which these goals can be achieved.


SMEA HONOURARY LIFE MEMBERS

Lloyd Blackman

Alastair Browne

William Browne

Marjorie Burns

Don Cowan*

George Charpentier

William Duignan

Verla Forsyth**

Robert Gibson

Gary Gullickson

Catherine Graham

Gloria Herauf

David Kaplan

Colin King

Robert Latimer

Doug McCosh

Isabelle Mills

Dwaine Nelson

Floyd Nelson

John Steinecker

Marlene Taylor

Joan Therens

Gene Aulinger

Gary Evjen

Marilyn King

Tom Magnusson

Debbie McPherson

Wayne Toews

Brian Unverricht

Phoebe Voigts



SMEA OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Dwaine Nelson
Marven Shields
Tom Magnuson
Gene Aulinger
Blaine McClary
Margo Fournier
Janet Mark
Colin King
George Charpentier
Stewart Wilkinson
John Panio
Gary Gullickson
Joan Therens
Wayne Toews
Maureen Patterson
Carol Petrie
Phoebe Voigts
Richard Dubé
Cindy Burham
Lorraine Arnold
Rhonda Baker
Corinne Olson
John Poettker
Dean Bernier
Lana Currie
Chris Hamilton
Marlene Hinz
Sharon Meredith
Stephanie Stefanson-Pexa
Brian Unverricht

Jennifer Switzer



SMEA HONOURARY PRESIDENTS
Rj Staples
H. A. Jeffrey
Reg. McFarland


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