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Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance (FLTA) 

 The Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance (FLTA) board of directors announced that Cynthia Kimble has been named as the new President effective November 1, 2007. Kimble joins FLTA from the Schuyler County Chamber of Commerce where she has been President since April 2006.  

Kimble said “The Finger Lakes region is a growth market with an ever growing potential presenting wonderful opportunities for tourism and the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. I look forward to exploring these potential growth opportunities in the region. This is a very exciting career opportunity for me.”   

Posted: Thursday, October 4th, 2007 @ 5:09 am by Curt
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Talk, SkaneatelesTalk Blog 

Briel Computer & Network has launched SkaneatelesTalk.com, a community blog that is based on the WordPress CMS.  The purpose of the new blog is to be a destination for interesting news relating to Skaneateles.  More to come soon as we integrate Skaneateles image gallery and Skaneateles wiki functionality into the main website.

Briel Computer & Network is a web design company located near Syracuse, NY, in Skaneateles, developing CMS websites that save initial development costs, and lots of money long into the future.

Posted: Sunday, September 30th, 2007 @ 8:39 am by Curt
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 Poetry Slam-DUNK!!

 

 

 

Partners:  Auburn Kiwanis, Auburn YMCA, Booker T. Washington Center, “Eat Well, Play Hard” initiative, and Partnership for Results.

Participating along with visiting author Charles R. Smith, Jr., elementary school students from Casey Park, Genesee, Herman Ave., Owasco and Seward Elementary Schools showed off a variety of talents for their friends and families in two free community events.  Student poetry recitations, athletic skills demonstrations, drumming performances, and photography projects were woven throughout Smith’s poetry and photography presentation

Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2007 @ 8:16 am by Curt
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