The Thousand Islands Young Leaders Organization’s (TIYLO) 5th Annual Christmas Masquerade Ball will be held December 6, 2013 from 8pm to midnight at the Bonnie Castle Resort in Alexandria Bay.
Tickets for the event are available for $35 per person presale or for $40 per person at the door.
Tickets can be purchased at Bonnie Castle Resort, Bella’s Bistro, and the Clayton Chamber of Commerce or online by visiting www.TIYLO.org clicking on the “Buy Tickets Here” link on the right.
Affordable dinner and room packages are being offered, and can be reserved by calling Bonnie Castle Resort.
This is a formal event; ladies are encouraged to pull out that favorite special occasion dress, and for the gentlemen, it’s anywhere from suit to tux, jackets are a must! Entertainment will be provided by Nik Lite of Nik and the Nice Guys, who have previously played at Super Bowls, toured extensively and even played for past Presidents. The event will also feature a cash bar, catered hors d’ouevres and a silent auction. To help capture memories of all this fun, a photo booth will be available, courtesy of James Bass Photography.
All proceeds will benefit the “Clayton Christmas Fund”, a fundraiser conducted by the Clayton Sons of the American Legion Squadron #821 and the local Boy Scout Troop #46 as well as local food pantries. The fund provides baskets of food and non-perishable items, as well as grocery store gift cards, to needing families during the holiday season.
TIYLO will also be hosting a “Jingle & Mingle” Holiday Party at Bella’s on Friday, November 22, from 6-8pm. The holiday party is open to the community and will offer free snacks and a cash bar. It is an opportunity to meet TIYLO members and to learn more about the organization. Volunteers will be on hand to assist with mask decorating for the Christmas Masquerade Ball. Masks and supplies will be provided at no cost to those who attend.
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CLAYTON, New York (April 21, 2013) – The Antique Boat Museum (ABM) seeks interested students looking to obtain internship hours over the course of the summer months.
Job Title: Marketing/Development Internship — Two (2) available
Location: Antique Boat Museum
City/State: Clayton, New York
- Collaborate with the Marketing and Development staffs, as well as some interaction with the Curatorial staff, to support projects and events relating to the ABM
- Event coordination support such as crafting collateral, giveaways, and other tasks as required
- Assist with the development, execution, and distribution of marketing collateral, presentations, videos, and other elements related to the growth and success of the ABM
- Assist with trafficking, reporting and optimization efforts to assess effectiveness and provide creative recommendations for improved performance
- Assist with social media development
- Assist with surveying of visitors
- Administrative duties as assigned
Position Type: Unpaid Internship
- College students preferred, however high school students (at least a junior in high school) will be considered
- Work well with people of all ages
- Self-motivated team player
- Good communication skills
- Previous internship or work in a museum is a plus
Work hours: Minimum commitment of 15 hours per week beginning in late-May through Labor Day
Please contact Michael Folsom at firstname.lastname@example.org with a letter of interest and a resume prior to May 17 to be considered for this position.
750 Mary Street Clayton, NY 13624 315.686.4104 http://www.abm.org
Located on the St. Lawrence River in the 1000 Islands, the Antique Boat Museum features a collection of over 300 antique and classic boats among thousands of recreational boating artifacts. Beginning May 10, the campus comes alive with speed boat rides, boat shows, and educational programs for all ages, special events and more. For more information please visit the Museum’s website at ABM.org.
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315.686.4104 x250 email@example.com
Unfortunately we did not reach our minimum number of participants for the Dale Carnegie training workshop on Friday and have had to cancel. We hope to reschedule for the near future and I will keep you in the loop. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.
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‘“Whitney Houston Tribute”, “Les Misérables”, “Braveheart” … and more!’ has been selected as the theme for the Clayton Community Band’s first concert of its 2013 season, which will be performed at 7 PM on May 7th at the Clayton Opera House. Under the direction of Gloria Hvizdos Musser, the Band, which serves as the Resident Ensemble of the Clayton Opera House, will present the concert as a benefit for Hospice of Jefferson County. A special note to concert-goers: with a new ticket policy at the Opera House, all seats for the Community Band concerts will no longer be general seating, but rather, each person will purchase a ticket for a specific seat. Ticket prices remain at $5.00 each, and any student accompanied by an adult will continue to be admitted free. However, the students will need tickets for their specific (free) seats in the Opera House. All concert-goers will need tickets.
The Clayton Community Band was founded in the summer of 2004 and its conductor and instrumentalists represent many walks of life, a wide range of ages, and come from hometowns throughout the North Country and beyond. The Band truly is a ‘family’ of musicians who gather together each week because of their love of making music together. In addition, the Clayton Community Band has consistently reached out to assist those in need by donating its concert proceeds to local charitable organizations such as Hospice.
The Band’s May 7th concert will showcase a wide variety of musical styles, tempos and emotions. Familiar to all will be a medley of well-known tunes made popular by Whitney Houston; another medley from the show and movie “Les Misérables”; and music from the Oscar-nominated film “Braveheart”. Well known selections of Barry Manilow will be presented, and audience members will also be able to reminisce as they listen to Jimmy Webb’s “MacArthur Park”. Incorporating a Spanish feel, the Band will perform “Spanish Fever”, which will feature the percussion section of the Band, and a Spanish March entitled “El Conquistador”. Also included in the concert program will be the popular “When I’m Sixty-Four”; and two very lyrical pieces entitled “Adagio” and “Ouachita”. Music donated to the Band by one of its members in honor and memory of Trombonist and Band member Gerry Adler, entitled “Finale from Symphony No. 5” by Shostakovich; the Band’s signature piece – “March St. Lawrence” – composed by Gloria H. and Willard I. Musser; and patriotic selections will complete the evening’s program. Concert-goers of all ages are welcome to attend the concert.
In addition to the May 7th concert, the Clayton Community Band’s 2013 concert season will include the following dates, with all of the programs being held at 7 PM at the Clayton Opera House: July 2nd (“A Patriotic Spectacular!”), August 20th, October 8th and December 3rd (the Band’s Holiday Concert).
The Clayton Opera house is handicapped-accessible. People needing extra assistance entering the Opera House for the May 7th concert may contact the Opera House ahead of time at 686-2200. Admission to the concert is $5.00. Concert goers are encouraged to utilize the Opera House Box Office during its business hours from 11 AM – 5 PM every Tuesday through Friday to purchase tickets ahead of time. For the convenience of our concert attendees, tickets can be purchased online at www.claytonoperahouse.com. Remaining tickets will be available at the door on the evening of the concert.