At Clarksburg Uptown’s Annual Meeting held on Wednesday, May 4, at The Bluebird on Main Street, Joe and Maureen Yeager were name Business Member of the Year for 2016. The Yeager’s established Altered Productions Institute for the Creative Arts (API), located at 201 West Pike Street, Clarksburg, in September 2010.

From the first day they opened their doors, API established themselves as a business where creativity, passion, and purpose meet. They are constantly working with their students to develop technical and creative excellence, confidence and a love for the arts. They do all of this by providing a loving, safe, and affirmative environment.


They offer a variety of age-appropriate classes including music, choreography, ballet, jazz, tumbling, contemporary and modern dance. And, this is just the beginning. Their classes unite people of all backgrounds, races, and cultures. Every day, they challenge their students to exceed their perceived capabilities, while focusing on personal growth.

Because of their dedication to their students and commitment to the community, Altered Productions Institute for Creative Arts became this year’s Business Member of the Year. To learn more about Altered Productions, go to their website, visit them on Facebook, or call 304-624-0900.

Photo (L-R): Joe Yeager of Altered Productions Institute for the Creative Arts and Trey Horner, Treasurer for Clarksburg Uptown and President of Hornor Brothers Engineers.

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