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Ticonderoga chamber plans annual dinner

June 15 at Silver Bay

“A Royal Affair” is coming. That’s the theme of the 10th annual Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce fund raising dinner and auction that will be held Friday, June 15, at the Silver Bay YMCA’s Gullen Lounge.

“A Royal Affair” is coming. That’s the theme of the 10th annual Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce fund raising dinner and auction that will be held Friday, June 15, at the Silver Bay YMCA’s Gullen Lounge.

— “In addition we are able to plan and host free community events, events that draw area visitors, assist area organizations with their events and projects, provide small business support and resources, business referrals, answer many community and visitor questions and requests, send visitor area information packets upon request, keep an online calendar of events, as well as an array of benefits for our members and more.”

The chamber is seeking sponsors for the annual event. There are several levels of support — Diamond at $750, Platinum at $500, Gold at $250, Silver at $125 and Bronze for contributions less than $125. All donations must be received by June 1.

Sponsor donations can be mailed or dropped off to the chamber office during normal business hours. Arrangements can also be made to have contributions picked up.

All sponsors will receive recognition for their contribution, support, and dedication during the evening in a variety of ways as well as through press releases, a full page ad in the Times of Ti after the event and additional promotion in our chamber communications throughout the year.

Courtright promised “A Royal Affair” will be an enjoyable experience.

“Enjoy the evening overlooking majestic Lake George from the covered porch and Victorian lounge while you browse the many silent and live auction items,” he said. “Party Productions USA will provide ambiance during the dinner hour which will be followed by dancing.

“The chamber proudly serves the businesses of the area, but is also just as proud to continue to work to better the community and area as a whole,” Courtright said.

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