A group of students designed shirts and will be selling them all week and into next week in Case Center. The shirts are $12 and all of the proceeds go to Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts to a organization called Youth for 3.11. Get yours now.
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Bailiwick, my favorite band ever, is playing a benefit show for the newly minted Skidmore chapter of Bicycles Against Poverty. The show hopes to raise money for its micro-finance projects in Uganda. Tasty foods from around the world will be served and banjos will be picked.
$3 suggested donation
6:30pm Thursday Nov. 18th @ The Spa
In addition to managing an empire of stores that trade mostly in Marlboros, Lottery Tickets and Adirondack Crunch Ice Cream, Susan and Bill Dake, the owners of Stewart’s Shops, recently pledged to donate 350,000 dollars to Skidmore College. Roughly equivalent to 116,666 gallons of milk, 43,750 packs of cigarettes or 140,000 extra thick milkshakes.
The donation is just a small piece of the 3.9 million pledged to the Community Foundation. The Dakes established the donor-advised trust with the intention of supporting institutions wherever Stewart’s Shops are enjoyed.