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Stephanie Delmore
Class of 1968

Stephanie Delmore, BHS Class of 1968. If living life is an art, then Stephanie is living her life on a brightly painted canvas. A fashion design and illustration major from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, she is a watercolor artist specializing in portraits and landscapes. Stephanie was instrumental in establishing the oldest artist cooperative in central North Dakota, and she continues to organize and exhibit with Gallery 522. Along with her family, Stephanie brainstormed and established Sleepy Hollow Theatre and Arts Park in 1990, which has educated thousands of young people while attracting hundreds of thousands of audience members. As president, event coordinator and costumer, her talents have helped evolve Sleepy Hollow into a major showcase.

As a long-time board member and artist with BAGA, she and her family were honored with a Citation Award. Stephanie helped create and co-chaired the Festival of Trees as well as the Fall Art Show in Kirkwood Mall. She also worked with the Junior Service League, Bismarck-Mandan Symphony league and the state's Christmas Tree Celebration for many years. Her contributions to Friends of the Belle helped in bringing about the successful renovation of the Belle Mehus Auditorium. She, her mother and her sister received the Daughters of the American Revolution Volunteer Award, the Light for Youth Award, Greater ND Award and Folkfest Family Volunteer Award.

Stephanie is married to Bill Delmore, Chief Judge at Standing Rock, and has two sons, Cole and Shan.

"Life is in the doing. When you see something that needs to be done, decide to do it. Go and do it now. If you see that someone needs help, go and help. Life is in the doing."

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