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You may have heard by now that Wealthy Theatre is, indeed, 100 years old. You may have also heard about our Centennial Campaign that we launched January 1, 2011. With this campaign, we hope to cut overhead through greening initiatives, refresh technologies to maintain a competitive advantage, and broaden community accessibility; thereby helping propel Wealthy Theatre into it’s second century!
If you’re just finding out now about our different Supporter “Thank You” Levels, they are simply various levels that we have created which...
We launched our Centennial Campaign at Midnight on January 1, 2011, as we began our Centennial anniversary. We’ve consulted with experts and designed comprehensive, complementary yet feasible upgrades that allow us to look forward with confidence and optimism. To accomplish our goals and overcome our challenges, we’ll cut overhead through greening initiatives, refresh technologies to maintain a competitive advantage, and broaden community accessibility.
What can you do? Help us preserve this Historic Theatre for another 100 years (Or...
Effective March 31st 2011, CMC will no longer be providing email or mailing lists services for our clients. Clients who currently have their email or mailing lists hosted with CMC will need to move these to another provider prior to March 31st so there is no interruption in service.
Clients are encouraged to check out Google Apps for Non-Profits which provides free email services using your own domain name. This gives you access to apps such as Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Docs to name a few. You can find more information...
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The following is an email to the IT team from Stan Greene, the Resource Development Manager for Home Repair Services, a long time client of the CMC.
The local Woodworkers' Guild made a donation to Home Repair Services to help us purchase equipment for our woodshop. Specifically, we needed a high-end, commercial grade table saw. Guild members identified the appropriate saw, which includes a sensor that locks the blade if it contacts anything that conducts electricity (like, say, a finger). They collected money, solicited their...