Press Release – GCG Pulse
‘GCG Pulse’ is your source for information and a calendar on all events and activities in the Great Canadian Grid. You can find the GCG Pulse through the Great Canadian Grid website or at http://www.gcgpulse.ca
Winter Silversmith, GCG Events Co-ordinator described the website. “The Great Canadian Grid is all about our great community of friendly people hosting events and activities from A to Z. That is the heart of the Great Canadian Grid and we monitor the beat of that heart here at the GCG Pulse”.
Anyone holding an event in the Great Canadian Grid can log onto the new website and just click on the ‘Contact Us’ for the submission form. GCG Pulse also accepts notecard submissions at their office inworld on the GCG Communications region. “We do not accept Instant Messages (IM). If you need to make a last-minute change to your event or activity, please post a Notice in the GCG Events group” Mr. Silversmith said.
The website submissions and services are free of charge provided by the Great Canadian Grid with a donation from Manitou Tourism. “It is an awesome new website for our events calendar and information on our musicians and artists. Winter has been with the grid for over two years now and I feel he will be fair and unbiased in updating the website” said Roddie Macchi owner of the Great Canadian Grid.
The GCG Pulse offers a more streamlined calendar and format. Google Calendar allows for easier updating and sharing. Google Calendar integrates easily into the website and frees up time to expand their services to include artist biographies and venue information.
GCG Pulse – the beat of the Great Canadian Grid http://www.gcgpulse.ca
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Donations to Fundraisers 2017:
Hendrix tribute concert
Terry Fox Foundation MC$2,500 (plus MC$2,500 Manitou Tourism)
Rush tribute concert for Kidney foundation, MC$2,500 (plus MC$2,500 Manitou Tourism)
Kevin M. Klerks, Editor
(aka Winter Silversmith)