It seems that if you are a fan of Clay Aiken, the amount of news creates either a feast or a famine. It is wonderful to be in the middle of a HUGE feast.
The Timeless Tour has now had seven stops. Each concert has been met with excitement and great reviews. It is always wonderful when each concert seems to have an “it” moment that is different from the others. Who will ever forget the black hammer pants and gold chain and belt from Reno. I am looking forward to hearing the “moment” from Los Angeles.
In the meantime, enjoy the ” it” moment from Reno which was in the 90’s Medley. The next Youtube is a great video of the 60’s medley.
MyNC.com is a local news and information website that covers more than 20 communities across the Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) of North Carolina. On July 30th, they posted a story about the National Inclusion Project’s Annual Champions Gala. The article is a great way to let the Raleigh community know all about the wonderful program. Have you gotten your ticket to the Gala yet?
Raleigh, North Carolina- July 30, 2010- The National Inclusion Project invites you to attend our annual Champions Gala, featuring recognition of our Honorees and a performance by Clay Aiken. This night is a celebration, promoting awareness of the benefits of inclusion and the National Inclusion Project’s programs.
The gala benefit celebration will also include dinner and silent and live auctions, in support of the Project’s programs providing children with disabilities the opportunity to play, learn and grow side-by-side with their typical peers.
The National Inclusion Project, co-founded by Clay Aiken and Diane Bubel, opens doors for all kids to be included together and experience all that life has to offer. The Project conducts programs with community partners to teach others how to be inclusive so that kids with and without disabilities can experience lifelong benefits. They believe that no child should sit on the sidelines.
The Champions Gala will be held at 7 PM on Saturday, October 16, 2010, at Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information, please visit our website at www.inclusionproject.org or call 919-314-5540.
Be sure and visit the site and why not leave a comment of support. MyNC.com