Coverage helps to boost Concerts in the Park

Newspaper articles help highlight Ladysmith's Concerts in the Park



On behalf of the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association, and the Concerts in the Park Committee, please accept our heartfelt thanks for all of the great articles presented in your paper about the upcoming performers in the summer issues of the Chronicle, advertising our Concerts in the Park.

These articles are wonderful because they provide so much information about the performers, their particular style of music and pertinent information about the respective performers or groups which would not be known to the general public attending the concerts. Great content.

We are also grateful that you offer in those articles, information about our associations connection in presenting these concerts. Thanks to donations collected from the audience we are able to help some of our programs which are currently underfunded. We continually seek ways to raise funds for both the association and it’s programs and strive to give as good as we get.

Thank you so very much for being there for us and helping us to advertise this wonderful summer entertainment at our beautiful amphitheatre. We are so lucky to have this venue.

On behalf of the committee, thank you.



Valerie Duckworth, co-ordinator

Concerts in the Park Committee

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