Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Kingston Public Access Telethon Raises $7591
Earlier this afternoon we concluded our Kingston Public Access Telethon, I am pleased to announce because of your support and the support of the community we were able to raise seven thousand five hundred and sixty one dollars. This is a big win for public access and for the viewers of public access. I would like to thank all the producers, volunteers, local officials, businesses and people who pledged because of there hard work and tireless efforts this telethon was a success.
There are still challenges that lye ahead, we will be moving into a new studio and a lot of work goes into such a venture; I look forward to your continued help and support. Last night was a great example of how important public access is to the community and it showed what an effective tool public access can truly be.
I would also like to give a special thanks to Alderman Bob Senor who was able to raise eight hundred dollars in one hour by putting himself out on the line, he has been a great sport and I am sure him and Eric will have fun on there date.
- Jeremy Blaber
Posted by Jeremy Blaber at 9:32 PM