Meet Your Neighbor: Kathleen Snore, 48
Since first starting her job at Molly’s House as development officer little more than three months ago, Kathleen Snore has been working on event after event. The biggest fundraising events this spring will be a food and wine tasting on Monday followed by the spring launch of the annual campaign before Mother’s Day.
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What are your hobbies?
‘I love drama. I love the theater arts, and I’ve directed many children’s productions. Now I am heavily involved in community theater,’ said Snore, who is now producing ‘Dixie Swim Club,’ which opens May 9 at the Pineapple Playhouse in Fort Pierce.
Who has been your biggest mentor?
Schools Superintendent Laurie Gaylord. ‘I met Laurie Gaylord when I came to Martin County and was working with the school district. … She really believes in what she says. She became my mentor because she put herself out there and took a lot of hits for the cause … I really admire that.’
Are you married, and do you have any kids?
Husband, Jonathan; two sons, Joshua, 26, and Jacob, 18.
What is your favorite movie?
‘The Bird Cage’
What is your favorite book(s)?
‘East of Eden,’ ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ and ‘Little Women.’