On Thursday, there were a few small news bites about Clay Aiken, his career and his interests.
The National Inclusion Project announced a great way to raise some needed money for their wonderful programs for kids.
On Saturday, August 25, 2012, Macy’s will host its 7th annual Shop For A Cause benefiting charities nationwide.
For a $5 donation to the National Inclusion Project, you can receive a 25% discount SavingsPass* to shop ALL DAY at any Macy’s store AND raise money so that no child has to sit on the sidelines! It only takes 50 donations at $5 each to send a kid to camp!
Contact The National Inclusion Project to find an NIP rep in your area OR mail your donation to us by July 30th:
National Inclusion Project
Shop For A Cause
Please allow 7-10 business days for your Savings Pass to arrive through the USPS. Make checks payable to National Inclusion Project.
This is a win-win deal. A 25% discount at Macy’s is great for each of us especially when we know we will be raising money for The National Inclusion Project.
A fan of Clay Aiken received an E-mail on Thursday from the Luhrs Center at Shippensburg University. The E-mail said that Clay would be performing at the Luhrs Center on December 8 at 8pm.
They also said that the tickets will go on sale on Saturday, July 21st. You can purchase the tickets online at : www.luhrscenter.com or by phone at 717-477-7469.
Just a heads up with this news…we have heard nothing from Clay about this concert. I hope that he will confirm this news next week when he hosts the live chat.
Is it too early to get excited about a Clay Aiken Holiday Concert?
On Top Magazine published an article about Anderson Cooper and his decision to announce to the public that he is gay.
The article mentions Clay and even quotes him:
Last year, American Idol alum Clay Aiken, who came out gay in a high-profile 2008 People magazine cover story, was criticized when he said he was never in.
“I wasn’t in the closet before,” he said. “People knew, I had told my family, I’d told friends, people knew but I had not told ‘you’ and it’s none of your business.”
Although I do not agree with all of the article, I am glad to see that Clay is a part of the news-story.
You can read the entire article at ONTOP