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  2. Wonder whats in store for us. Twilight, good for you volunteering. I wish I could have gone but I had son from Portland and his girlfriend from Fairbanks for a week. Really nice time. She is a winner. Would like to go to Politicon but husband fell twice this week so Might have to stay close by for a while.
  3. Last week
  4. Clay at Politicon. Nashville’s best and brightest take to the Politicon stage in this exciting college debate chaired by Clay Aiken! Don’t miss when they settle the question of whether President Trump’s impeachment would bring stability or chaos to our country and the world…so our politicians don’t have to!
  5. Twilight, glad you had a great time at the Power of Play conference. From the pictures I saw on FB, it sounds like it was a really good and inspiring event! Good for you to volunteer with them as well.
  6. Clays tweet is exciting can’t wait to hear more! I volunteered at the power of play conference Monday and Tuesday! That was a lot of fun and inspiring! Even though I’m not in the field of working with kids I still get a lot out of the conference My friend Casey who lives in Ohio stayed with me for a couple days for the conference. The Champions reception Monday night was inspiring! It was lovely evening! It was great seeing Clay!
  7. It reminds me of listening to him read his book or the Ugly Duckling!
  8. Earlier
  9. Another picture from last night, via FB (sorry, no link Available for from where it came). Looks like he might have changed clothes at some point?
  10. United Arts Council of Raleigh & Wake County: United Arts 30th Anniversary Gala Sat., Oct. 12, 2019 at 7:00 PM Performed by Clay Aiken; Hayes Permar, emcee Ballroom, Talley Student Center at NC State University, 2610 Cates Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27695 Program Enjoy an evening celebrating United Arts Council’s 30th anniversary with special guest Clay Aiken and emcee Hayes Permar. Dinner, drinks, artist performances, live and silent auctions featuring arts and travel experiences. Proceeds directly support United Arts’ Artists in Schools Program. Notes $200 per person, artsy-cocktail attire. Cost $200 More information
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