Five outstanding individuals received the Mill Valley Creative Achievement Awards, or the Milley Awards, at the Mill Valley Community Center on Sunday night.
They went to: Jack Beck, the founder of Mill Valley Paint-Off, for his contributions to the Arts Community; ceramist and sculptor Alice Corning for her Achievement in the Visual Arts; Jim Dillon, local musician and Blue Star Music Camps founder for his Achievement in the Musical Arts; Zoe Elton, the Mill valley Film Festival Director of Programming for her achievement in the Performing Arts; and author and Anthropology Professor Betty Goerke for her Achievement in the Literary Arts.
The Milley Awards celebrate living artists and artist-teachers who were born in Mill Valley, or who went to school here, work here or have made their home here, and have enriched the lives of those in the area.
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