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February 2, 2007 at 10:59am

Benjii Bittle accepts deputy director job at the Broadway Center

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Yesterday Benjii Bittle sent the Weekly Volcano a proud note regarding his new position at the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts.

  • Note via e-mail from Benjii Bittle: Yesterday morning I accepted the position of Deputy Director of the Broadway Center for Performing Arts. It has been joyful and meaningful work for me to do "the people's business" at the City of Tacoma for the last 7.5 years. I have learned a tremendous amount about the community and myself, and made friendships and connections that I know will last a lifetime. I love my current job and colleagues, so this announcement is bittersweet for me.

This press release hit the Weekly Volcano in box today:  Tacoma , WA â€" Executive Director David Fischer and the Board of Trustees of the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts (BCPA) announced they have hired Benjii Bittle as the new Deputy Executive Director. Bittle, currently the Administrator for the Private Capital Division for the City of Tacoma's Economic Development Department, will join the BCPA on March 1, 2007.

Congrats Benjii! â€" Ron Swarner

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