March 18, 2013

Letters to the Editor: March 18, 2013

Imaginarium fundraisers

TO THE EDITOR: On March 2, princesses and superheroes from far and wide came with their parents and enjoyed dancing, sweets and fun at the Imaginarium Children’s Museum’s Imagination Ball.

It was a fundraiser to benefit the young museum and bring new exhibits into the expanding collection. The community came out full force to help make this event a huge success. Through the efforts of the museum staff and volunteers, the museum raised over $1,000.

Thanks to our wonderful sponsors for donating goods and services to help make Imagination Ball a huge success: Taylor Rental, Adirondack Cupcake, Rambach’s Bakery, Project HELP from SUNY Plattsburgh and the Garrows of Absolute Quality Cleaning. The Imagination Ball would not have been as successful without your generosity.

Help us continue our success and support our startup campaign by coming to see our Wish Wall, where we have several components to exhibits, operational necessities or full exhibits that you can sponsor. Through this sponsorship, your name or company name will be placed directly on the exhibit where your item is featured. For further information, contact one of our museum staff members.

Please join us and co-sponsors Days Inn & Suites of Plattsburgh and Pasquale’s Pizzaria 5:30 to 7 p.m. March 21 for North Country Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Night at the Museum, with door prizes and a gift bag for everyone. This event is for adults only: $3 with reservations, $4 without. Contact the North Country Chamber of Commerce to make a reservation.

To visit the museum or see how you can volunteer or make a donation, contact the museum at 324-7426 or visit us at 4709 Route 9, Plattsburgh. Admission is $4 per person; children under 2 are free.


Member services director

Imaginarium Children’s Museum


Climate change

TO THE EDITOR: I would like to add a few facts to Ray Johnson’s excellent climate-change article of March 3.

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