FSC Welcomes New Executive Director-Cindy Woodall

Ms. Woodall, a graduate of South Montgomery High School, is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County. She remembers enjoying many family activities over the years along Sugar Creek. Ms. Woodall brings a wealth of experience to the FSC, a non-profit organization with the mission of protecting and promoting the responsible use of Sugar Creek. She has managed or owned several small businesses in Montgomery County. Currently, she is a real estate broker and owner, with her husband Bill, of Woodall Real Estate.

Cindy is a graduate of the Montgomery County Leadership Academy and is a member of the Darlington American Legion Auxiliary, the Montgomery County Board of Realtors, and the Montgomery County Art League. For many years she was a member of the National Society of Decorative Artists, and many children in the community know Cindy as a talented “face painter.” Last month, the juried show at Athens Arts, “Salon III: Natural Wonders of Indiana: 100 Years of Indiana Parks” included an entry from Cindy Woodall. Her interests also include cooking, gardening, and beekeeping.

The Friends of Sugar Creek is delighted to have Cindy Woodall as our new executive director. It is clear that her business acumen, artistic talents, and dedication to preserving our natural environment will greatly benefit the mission of our organization.