Come talk sports with The Saratogian
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The Saratogian is built on a foundation of local news, and at its core is local sports. What does that mean to you? Your interests are wide and varied. We want to hear from you about how we’re doing and how we can do better — and to talk about how we can work together to showcase local sports in print and online.
We’ve booked a meeting room at the Gideon Putnam for 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, and you’re invited.
This informal community forum is an opportunity to meet Sports Editor Andrew Bernstein and the rest of the sports staff, along with Publisher Mike O’Sullivan (a local sports fanatic), me and others. We’ll introduce ourselves and let you know what’s new with The Saratogian, in print and online, along with its weekly products, Ballston Spa Life, WG Life and the Community News.
Most important, we want to hear from you. Anything concerning sports is fair game. You might be a coach, a volunteer, a parent, a player, a plain old sports fan. You might be interested in high school, youth sports, outdoor activities, college … you name it.
All you have to do is RSVP so we know how many cookies to order. Call 583-8702 or click here to RSVP.
Many of you communicate us via e-mail and telephone and comments on stories and blogs. All that’s fine. But face-to-face time hasn’t gone out of style.
As a small way of saying thanks, we will draw the name of a participant that evening to win a free ad in The Saratogian for the non-profit organization of their choice.
I hope you’ll make the time to join us. Help us hit the bull’s eye.