Thursday May 20th CCTV hosted a huge party at the Concord Art Association. The atmosphere was elegant and relaxed as CCTV came out of the studio and invited the whole town to enjoy food, drinks, great conversation and lots of prizes. Check out some of the highlights:
CCTV Board and Staff (and Luke): From Left to Right:
Back row: Lindsay Alaimo, charles Paige Rob Mast, Court Booth, Juli Gomez, Charles Palmer, Neville Webb, Matthew Geiger,
Kneeling: Kester Kreuger, Luke Anagnostopulous, Sid Levin, Andy Sapp. Not Pictured: Marshall Lee.
Member of The Concord Council On Aging and Prolific CCTV Volunteer Bill Ritchie
CCTV Staff Members Lindsay Alaimo and Kester Kreuger enjoy a breath of air in the midst of an otherwise chaotic day of wearing bowling shirts.
Members of The CC Weather Services Group and CCTV's Weather Girls. From Left to Right: Caroline St. Francis, Alex Coffin and Meg Yamin.
Oh Man! this cake was amazing. Thanks to Sally Ann Bakery who made our sugar wishes come true. This butter cream majesty is sporting both vanilla and chocolate under the hood, Take that Dolly Madison.
Seen through the eye of the camera, CCTV Executive Director Charles Paige lead the raffle that included a whopping 21 prizes!!! Many donated from local businesses such as The Colonial Inn, Concord Inspirations, and The Nashoba Brook Bakery.
The Big Winner of the night Mr. Victor Shakespeare who won an Apple Ipad. He's either going to use it cook up the most ridiculous plot this world has ever known... or check his email. Either way, In the words of Victor Shakespeare, "I'm scared yo".
Congratulations to all our winners. Also a huge thanks goes out to our members, friends and guests. Thank you to all our sponsors, donors, and The Concord Art Association for making the evening a huge success.
Matthew Geiger, Production Manager for CCTV, will be giving a talk at the Concord Chamber of Commerce monthly business lunch seminar on how businesses can optimize blogging, social networking, and social media as a way to enhance a their online presence and customer relations.
The talk will feature a how-to on cheaply and effectively implementing a professional blog, as well as discussions on ways businesses have creatively (and sometimes humorously) used blogging and social media for branding efforts, gathering customer feedback, and (in rare instances) crisis management.
The talk will take place on Wednesday, February 24th at 11:30pm to 1:00pm at Emerson Hospital North Assembly Room A.
Please contact the Chamber of Commerce
at 978-369-3120 for more information.
Pre-registration is encouraged.
Chamber Members /Free.
Register online at www.concordchamberofcommerce.org/calendar.htm
Hope to see you there.
Join CCTV on Thursday February 4th as we teach you how to get up and running with your very own blog as we host our very first Blog Night. Blog Night will feature a behind the scenes look at several popular blogging platforms, all of which are free and some are easily expanded into full blown websites. Blog Night will also include discussions on posting, layout & design, and how to build and maintain an audience.
Whether you run a business, a non-profit, have a project to promote, or you just want to stay in touch, a blog can be a highly rewarding (and inexpensive) way to communicate with your customers, patrons, family and friends.
We'll get you past the buzzwords and the tech-speak, to focus on your goals as an online publisher. Blog Night will get you thinking far beyond your first post, while giving you the tools and information to confidently hit the publish button for the first time.
There is no need to RSVP, but if you plan on attending feel free to send a quick note to email@example.com so we can get a general headcount.
The Event is only $5 for CCTV Members and only $10 for non-members.
The CCHS Little Theater is located in the 'H' building of Concord-Carlisle High School. For a map to the event click here