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Fundraiser a success

To the News Entperise:

“Spring Fling,” romantic memorial concert and reception to benefit the Adirondack Community Outreach Center (ACOC) took place at Tannery Pond Community Center on Saturday, May 24.

The ACOC would like to thank Dan Berggren, Carolyn Bischoff, Mike Corey, Beatriz de Mello, Jeffrey Schanzer, Bernadette Speach, Emily Stanton, Dan Studnicky and dancers, Ling Minucci, Willow Hogan and Ciara Hanley, for giving of their time and talents to make this evening so special.

Thanks also go to Kurt Dolze, to Tannery Pond Community Center and the Town of Johnsburg for use of the theater, Andrea Hogan, Judy Monroe for her flowers, Colleen and Eric Potter - lighting, the Upper Hudson Musical Arts for use of their piano and the following Board Members, Anita Abrams, Sue Allison, Judy Brown (Board Chair), Kathleen Donnelly, Dale Hults and Jeff Kinblom. As well, we thank those who donated sweets, champagne, savories, raffle items and assisted: barVino, Basil and Wicks, Nancy and Joel Beaudin, Café Sarah, Pat Carr, Linda Combs, Copperfield Inn, Garnet Hill Lodge, Garnet Studio, Inn on Gore, Little Noni’s, Marshas, Meaghan Murtagh and Queensbury Quilting Guild Volunteers for their beautiful quilt. Most importantly, we couldn’t achieve success without the generous audience, who attended and supported the concert and helped to further our cause.

All money raised from this benefit will be used by the Adirondack Community Center to support such programs and services as:

•School supplies to children in the Fall

•Christmas toys for children using the food pantry

•The food pantry supplements food for about 20 percent of people in Johnsburg.

•Our clothing center supplies clients from 20 different zip codes.

Thanks all for your generosity!

The Adirondack Community Outreach Center

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