was the fundraising chair for the Maryville Downtown Community Renewal Committee.
During that time, she and others discussed the role of public art in reviving court square.
As a result, Joyce and fellow board member Diane Sudhoff volunteered to establish and lead the Maryville Public Art Committee.
She has over thirty years of experience in media and marketing, and she is the owner and operator of the Nodaway Broadcasting.
Frank Grispino, Ph.D.
is a retired Northwest Missouri State University professor, dean, and department chair.
He was promoted to full professor and named a Distinguished Professor during his tenure at Northwest.
He has participated in numerous national presentations and authored many juried articles.
He is also the co-author of a professionally published book and is a contributing author of a regular column of various topics in the Nodaway News Leader.
A graduate of Pitt State with BS and MS degrees, he also earned a doctorate from the University of Kansas in Lawrence.
Frank is married to Vicki, who is a retired elementary teacher from Eugene Field School in Maryville.
They have two children who reside in Maryville. His hobbies include golf, automobiles, oil painting, and reading.
was originally from the Kansas City area and came to Maryville to go to Northwest,
which he graduated from in 2008 with a bachelors in Fine Arts.
Seeing potential in the city he stayed, and invested in some properties and remodeled some.
Most notable is The Pub in downtown Maryville, which he also runs.
He is also a member of the Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization.
earned a B.A. in Journalism with a minor in Broadcasting from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville.
Ashlee works as a full time graphic designer for Northwest Missouri State University in the Marketing and Communication department.
She has a background in newspaper design. She enjoys spending time with family, running long distances and singing in her church choir.
is the University Event Scheduling Coordinator at Northwest Missouri State University. A graduate of Maryville High School, Hendrix relocated back to Maryville in 2015 and joined the Maryville Public Art Committee in 2016.