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2013 Auburn on Sale

2013 Auburn on Sale

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 June 30, 2013
June 30, 2013
 Supplement to the Auburn Journal
Supplement to the Auburn Journal
July 1 -8 July 1 -8
  J u l y  1  - 8
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Sunday, June 30, 2013
Celebrating Auburn’s independent businesses
On July 2, 1776, delegates of the Second ContinentalCongress approved a resolution introduced by RichardHenry Lee of Virginia that bravely asserted, “That theseUnited Colonies are and of right ought to be free and inde-pendent states.” On July 4, the Declaration of Independ-ence was formally adopted. John Adams, who was theprime mover for American Independence, wrote to his wife, Abigail, that Independence Day “ought to be solem-nized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports,guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other from this time forward forever more.”One great thing about our country is that we not only remember the many brave men and women who have fought to preserve our freedom over the last237 years, but we are a forward-looking people, too. Americans are always working to build a stronger community for the future. Even in tough times,one can always find an underlying optimism in the American. Pioneers don’tgive up. As we celebrate our nation’s independence, we should also strive topreserve and strengthen the sturdy and independent character of Americancitizens. With this sense of optimism, volunteers created the “Think Auburn Firstmarketing and communications program to strengthen our community. As Auburn-area residents and business owners get ready to celebrate our nation’sindependence, let’s also celebrate and highlight the great independent busi-nesses in our community. The gutsy independent business owner createsvalue for our community. When we “Think Auburn First,” we create a moresustainable local economy, create local jobs for residents, help fund vital mu-nicipal services, support nonprofits and community groups, reduce environ-mental impact and ultimately build a stronger community.These independent business owners can be found by the Think AuburnFirst logo on their front doors or via the Think Auburn First and AuburnChamber of Commerce websites.The Think Auburn First Steering Committee is sponsoring “Think AuburnFirst Week,” which will take place from June 30 - July 7 this year. This provides Auburn-area businesses with an opportunity to, in their promotions and ad-vertising, show they Auburn-area residents, should shop locally rather than“drive down the hill.” The Think Auburn First Steering Committee is also part-nering with the Auburn Journal with and “Auburn On Sale” promotion. Localshoppers can win all kinds of prizes.The independent business owner is close to my heart. I grew up watching my father work six days a week - seven days a week during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons - running an independent meat market in the Bay  Area. While I was attending high school and a local community college, I worked in my father’s market on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings,and I saw how he created jobs, provided value for his customers and gave back to the community through sponsorships of the Little League and many othercharitable organizations. When I shop at an independent business in Auburn,I’m reminded of my days growing up and my father’s small business. I feel thatI’m getting good value for my money and that I’m also supporting my town.That’s what “Think Auburn First “ is all about.Ken Hanley is the Mayor of Auburn and Chairman of the Think Auburn FirstSteering Committee
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Sunday, June 30, 2013
Be Part of History! Tear Down the Wall, Bring Up the Arts at the State Theatre!
 Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center (APPAC) islaunching a fundraising campaign to expand andupgrade the State Theatre. This work will includeremoving the center wall that currently divides thetheater, increasing seating capacity from its current130 seats to 275 seats, reopening and upgrading theoriginal proscenium and stage, rebuilding thegreen room beneath the stage, and making Ameri-can Disability Act (ADA) improvements to a rest-room, and stage access.“Upon completion in 2014, we will be able to pro-vide an expanded and improved facility that willserve our community far better than our currenttheater does” said Paul Ogden, President of APPAC.“This will allow us to attract entertainers who re-quire a larger venue and to provide more variety toour audiences. This is the next logical step to buildupon the solid foundation we’ve built. We believethis is a needed community project with significantcultural and economic benefits”.The arts mean business. In 2008 a joint effort be-tween APPAC, City of Auburn, Viola Wrigley and acommunity driven Project Auburn refurbished theSTATE building faade, and reconstructed the1930’s era marquee & blade sign. In May 2009 a 130seat intimate venue opened to demonstrate thatthe community would use, support and enjoy themulti-use theatre. Due to overwhelming interest,and attendance, nearly 24,000 patrons have at-tended 282 events at the State Theatre, some pro-duced by APPAC, and others by outside users. Asdemand grows for theatre use in all types of enter-tainment, meetings, and civic affairs, along withsell out shows, APPAC looks forward to expanding its integration and impact in downtown Auburn. An operating historic theatre like the State is avaluable part of our city’s fabric. It brings vitality. Itgives the community a reason to congregate withfriends and family; take a walk, see what’s playing,stop at the book store, buy a wedding gift, try onnew shoes, go to the post office, sign up for a yogaclass, get a hair cut, and stop to eat. What else? Ac-cording to the non-profit, American’s for the Arts,average theatergoers spend about $29.00 per per-son above the price of their ticket. That is good forbusiness all around. At the 2010 APPAC produced, Alfred Hitchcock Film Festival, a group of festivalgoers from Cool mentioned spending $700 over the weekend eating out and shopping downtown. Thatis an average spent that Auburn can bring to thebank!Local citizens and community groups are very supportive of theater operations and the campaignfor expansion. This has enabled APPAC to receiveCapital and Operating grant funds. Collaborationmakes this possible and the larger venue will in-crease those benefits to everyone. With 275 seatsand a larger stage, APPAC will support performing arts education in a brand new way; another win- win for friends and families. Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center (APPAC) isa 501c (3) non-profit organization established in2001 that acquired the State Theatre in 2006. Themission is to enhance the cultural and economicenvironment of our community by building andoperating a center for the performing arts. APPAC’svision is to continue the expansion to create a 500-seat performing arts center at the State Theatre; asize that will bring National Touring Shows, majordance companies, musicians, and enable greateruse by organizations such as Auburn Symphony,Placer Theatre Ballet, Colle Voce, Placer Pops, toname a few.The State Theatre history has provided memoriesfor people since the 1930’s. Look for future memo-ries in 2013-2014 and beyond. Donate to the TearDown the Wall, Bring Up the Arts! fundraising cam-paign, or join the volunteer team for the “Be Part of History” donor celebration on October 5, 2013, by contacting Janis Wikoff, Executive Director at 530-885-0156 or email her at appac@att.net.
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