|Artist Bill White gave an emotional acceptance as Individual Artist.|
|Director Ernie Zulia|
Bill White, a painter and educator, won the award as Individual artist and gave an emotional and touching acceptance speech.
Mill Mountain Theatre, which came back from the dead because of a business-wise board of directors, won the award for Arts and Cultural Organization.
Member One Federal Credit Union won as Business Arts Supporter and the Roanoke City Arts Commission was selected for the Harriet Stokes Memorial Award.
|A young couple takes advantage of the extraordinary beauty of the setting.|
|Photographer Anne Sampson, writer Keith Ferrell, a nominee|
|The Taubman's Amy Moorefield|
|One of my favorite writers, Brenda McDaniel|
|MMT's Cynthia Lawrence|
|David Maxson of Hollins|
|Kay Strickland, Brenda McDaniel|
|NYTimes bestselling writer Keith Ferrell|
|Book maven Lucy Lee|
|Hollins President Nancy Gray|
|Roanoke College President Mike Maxey (left), Nancy Gray|
|Tom McKeon of City Arts Commission|
|Artist Ann Trinkle|
|Perry F. Kendig's son, John, and Mr. Green Shirt|
|Sally Rugaber takes a sip|
|Libba Wolfe, ex-Arts Council director|
|And the undeniable star of the show was ... the view|