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NONPROFITS: Alison Marks (center) was greeted at a donor appreciation event held at Cypress Grove Preserve on Tomales Bay last Thursday.    David Briggs

Alison Marks, a high-profile presence in Petaluma’s arts community who helped found a city arts council, will become the new executive director for the Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center this month.

Ms. Marks, who has roots in West Marin but has lived in Petaluma for the past few decades, brings experience with arts, fundraising . . .

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