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Laura Riggs-Mitchell
Laura Riggs-MitchellChair, Board of Trustees
Laura Riggs-Mitchell has a Bachelor’s degree and 2 Master’s degrees and is a member of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Laura taught Home Economics/Family and Consumer Sciences and English at Cumberland High School in Rhode Island, where she was recognized as both a Rhode Island and Family Circle Magazine National Home Economics Teacher of the Year. As adjunct faculty at Johnson and Wales University, she met her husband, Ray, who was also adjunct faculty there.

After working as Service Learning Coordinator for the Cumberland School District for two years, she was responsible for the high school being recognized as a Service Learning Leader School in 1999 (one of only 70 in the country) by the Corporation for National and Community Service. She then designed and implemented the school committee’s mandate for a Service Learning graduation requirement, in addition to serving as assistant principal of Cumberland High School, where she remained until her retirement in 2006.

Laura served as Executive Director of the Pequawket Kids Association (PKA) After School Program in MSAD 72, serving 8 towns in western Maine. A year after her retirement as Executive Director, she was elected president of the PKA Board of Directors. While in Maine, Laura was invited to join the Fryeburg Rotary, where she remains active. Along with Sarah Kimball, also on the Board, Laura devotes time in the winter to coordinating volunteers for Jackson Ski Touring races. Laura is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Laura has served on the Board Development Committee of Mountain Top Music since she became a trustee in 2011. She is a member of the current capital campaign committee and chaired the strategic plan committee. In 2015, she was elected chair of the board.

NEW ORDERING SYSTEM!

The green “CONCERT SCHEDULE AND RESERVATIONS” button on this page will take you to a schedule of concerts. There is no need to sign in to view the schedule, but when you click “Add to Cart” to reserve seats, you will be asked to sign in with a user ID and password. If you have bought a concert ticket in the last several years, that info was emailed to you on or around April 26, 2018. If you have misplaced your info, click on “Forgot” and enter the primary email for your household (the one that receives concert directions and/or invoices from Mt Top). That address will then receive an email with your credentials (you may have to check your spam).  You can also call our office between 10 and 5  Monday through Thursday and we will give you your information. If you are a new user (never registered for a lesson, purchased a concert ticket, or recently donated to Mountain Top), you must create an account in order to purchase a concert ticket. You will receive email confirmation of your payment.

A few hints:

  • The Firefox browser is not supported, and the system is not optimized for mobile devices, although it may work OK on tablets.
  • To see concerts in chronological order, select Sort By Start Date in the upper-right corner of the listing screen.
  • Ignore any references to selecting a “pay plan.”

IMPORTANT: When making a credit card payment, please the note the check box below. If left unchecked, your credit card will be securely saved in our system, and will replace any card we currently have on file.

 

Please indicate any seating or other special requests in the “optional comments” section of the payment form. If you would like to be seated with other guests, please provide their names and we will do our best to seat you together.