Canal Connection Dinner
Elizabethe and I attended the Canal Connection dinner tonight. The Canal Connection Chamber of Commerce held its annual dinner at the Blue Heron in Walworth/Macedon. (I’ve seen it’s address listed as both.)
Prior to going to the dinner Elizabethe spend the day working on here puzzle book. I spent the day catching up on office work and getting ready for the dinner. (I volunteered my keyboard so Sister Barrett could play Christmas music on it.)
The venue, the Blue Heron, is a very nice place. We had the entire place to ourselves. It is clean and welcoming.
They had a place where I set up my keyboard and the sisters immediately commenced playing Christmas music. Sister Crofts on her viola, and Sister Barrett on the piano created a wonderful atmosphere for the event.
The dinner was very good. Broiled chicken, a pasta station and all the usual side dishes were expertly prepared. I was good and didn’t over indulge.
Chris Oaks, a local high school teacher addressed the group. After him, Steve Synesael, the marketing director at a Rochester TV station spoke. Both gave talks about giving back to the community.
In conclusion, it was a nice evening spent with nice people in a nice setting.