Historic Woodruff Place Foundation, Inc.
President: Missy Ellis, East Drive
Vice President: Bill Longest, West Drive
Secretary: Craig Bowen, Middle Drive
Treasurer: James Ryan, East Drive
Maggie Miley, Middle Drive
Kari Russell, West Drive
Cindy Brown , West Drive (Civic League Board liaison)
Civic League Board
Purpose: To promote the perservation of the unique heritage of the area listed in the National Register of Historic Places; to perserve and restore its artifacts; to preserve the historic or architectural character of the community and to combat community deterioration and to promote the protection and enhancement of this historical area to solicit and collect funds, together with income earned, to be used exclusively to accomploish the foregoing purposes, and no director of this corporation may receive any pecuniary benefit from this corporation except such reasonable compensation as may be allowed for services actually rendered. This corporation is organized exclusively for the foregoing charitable and educational purposes under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code. This Corporation shall not engage in any activities which are not permitted by a corporation that is exempt from federal income tax under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code as amended.
Woodruff Place Civic League, Inc.
President: Matt Belsaas, Middle Drive (2016-2018)
Vice President: Kurtis Bowersock, West Drive (2017-2019)
Secretary: Erik Muehlhausen, West Drive (2017-2019)
Treasurer: James Ryan, East Drive (2015-2020)
Kristin Abeel, East Drive (2016-2018)
Cindy Brown, East Drive (2016-2018)
Terri Carney, West Drive (2017-2019)
Dorothy Henckel, East Drive (2018-2020)
Lora Teagarden, East Drive (2018-2020)
Purpose: To foster and promote good will and friendship among the residents of the town of Woodruff Place, hereinafter referred to as town; To foster and promote the protection, improvement, general welfare of the town; To promote the general exchange of ideas and thoughts, in order to achieve the foregoing; To promote favorable legislation; To participate in patriotic and civic endeavors; To do all those things generally done by a civic association to foster and promote the general welfare of the town and the inhabitants thereof.
Woodruff Place Economic Improvement District (EID)
Purpose: Woodruff Place residents have successfully raised thousands of dollars annually through neighborhood contributions, fundraisers, special events, and grant-writing. While impressive for an all-volunteer organization, these funds are only a fraction of what is necessary maintain, let alone improve, the historic infrastructure on a sustainable basis. Further, past efforts relied on the continued dedication of a relatively small group of Woodruff volunteers, whose time and energy cannot be presumed to be permanent.
WPEID is a sustainable complement, not substitute, for these efforts. Woodruff Place’s historic infrastructure – a benefit to all residents – requires the entire neighborhood to contribute financially to support its long-term preservation.