Thursday, October 4, 2007

Collaboration, it adds up.

The ARCC has made no secret that it believes that in many cases Option C is the way to go:


We've gone so far as to co-mingle our Annual Dinner with the Tri-County United Way's annual auction. February, 2nd, 2008 our organizations will convene at The Sagamore for an incomparable evening of bidding for charity, culinary delight and creatively making 2 for the price of 1 work for everyone.

Turns out the communication(s) community has a way with C, too.

Perhaps a high c, maybe a clarinet, or even a contralto.

Gordon Woodworth of The Chronicle and Maury Thompson of The Post-Star are in cahoots. They've stealthily made their way through the city charging (coercing) area communications professionals with performing musical numbers at a coffee house style evening on Friday, October 12th at Christ Church United Methodist.

Included in the event:
Grand Master of Ceremonies
Mark Behan, President and Founder, Behan Communications.

Ray Agnew, Executive Vice President of the Glens Falls Hospital Foundation
Maury Thompson, Reporter, The Post-Star
Gordon Woodworth, News Editor, The Chronicle
The Design Tramps, Trampoline Design
Mik Bondy and a heretofore unknown singing talent on staff, Behan Communications

And many more.

The event, sure to be wildly entertaining, has been created to benefit Feet First, an organization dedicated to making sure that all kids have the shoes they need to get through the season. For more information about the Community Mission Coffee House presenting Media Night please contact Maury Thompson at