continued “You need to get businesses involved,” he said. “There is a history of family businesses in this town.”
Angela MacFarland, publisher of The Ballston Journal, took that a step further by offering her online publication as a way to help publicize the event and create a website from which all media could grab content.
Reynolds was quick to point out that her suggestion does not in any way exclude other publications.
The committee settled on July 13 as the first choice for an event and July 27 as an alternative. The committee will settle on a final date after they make sure there are no conflicts.
The committee will meet again on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Ballston Town Hall.