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Yep! That's what has been collected so far to give out to the kids attending Trick or Treat Street on Tuesday, October 31st. The Summit team has been proud to help Historic Downtown Hendersonville get the word out to the kids and families in Henderson County. The event starts at 5pm with merchants opening their doors to young ghouls, goblins and trick or treaters of all sorts. There is always a costume contest (by age groups) with prizes. Registration for the contest begins at 4:30. Check out today's article in the Times News and get much more information about the event at DowntownHendersonville.org.
Its always exciting when a client receives national recognition! Our own Henderson County Public Library was recognized by the Urban Libraries Council for taking part in the Edge Toolkit project; helping to identify and improve how techology can improve public services. Congrats Trina Rushing and thankyou for your continued partnership with the Summit Marketing Team! Read more about how the Henderson County Public Library uses Edge Assessment here.
Just one of the many non-profits with which the Summit Marketing team is privileged to work! Camplify leverages our schools, summer camps and business community to provide life-based skills in a fun, supportive atmosphere. Similar to the philosophy of "teach a man to fish", Camplify works with kids from 3rd grade through high school using experiential education to teach team work, respectfulness, and critical thinking while building confidence and self esteem. All in the fun summer camp environment. See the full article here.