Mariann Cabness, Marketing and Design Director at Bonnie Castle Resort, presents two donations to Stephanie Weiss, Executive Director of Development at River Hospital, and Stacy Dicorte of the River Hospital Development Department, in recognition of the Hospital’s role in the community. The donations were funded by profits earned through the Summer Concert Series and Oktoberfest at Bonnie Castle Resort, in recognition of the important role of the Hospital in the community.
River Hospital prides itself on delivering high quality inpatient care, emergency services and outpatient services for routine and diagnostic testing. River Family Health Center offers a variety of primary care services, on premise, for the entire family. The Hospital’s services offer local residents a place close to home to go for care and a short drive and more convenient visit for their families.
Mariann Cabness, Marketing and Design Director at Bonnie Castle Resort, presents a donation to Ceil Cunningham, Director of Macsherry Library, in recognition of the Library’s work within the community.
The role of the Macsherry Library as a community and cultural center is invaluable. The services offered by the library provide local citizens with a grand education about art, literature, history and so much more. The Macsherry Library is a pillar of the community. From offering art shows and community gatherings to hosting story time for families, the contributions of the Library do not go unnoticed.
Alexandria Bay Village Fire Department
Ed Brown, General Manager at Bonnie Castle Resort, presents a donation to Penny Kernehan, President of the Alexandria Bay Village Fire Department, in recognition of the critical, lifesaving work of the Department. The donation was funded by profits earned through the Summer Concert Series at Bonnie Castle Resort, in recognition of the Fire Department’s vital role in the community.
The role of the Fire Department in the Village of Alexandria Bay is crucial to the well-being of the community. The members of any volunteer fire department often hold part-time and full-time jobs on top of their commitment to the department, sacrificing their time with their families to help their community. The members of the Alexandria Bay Village Fire Department make themselves available twenty-four hours per day, year-round, to respond to emergencies. Their service is loyal, outstanding and very much appreciated.
SPCA – Jefferson County
2016: Tammy Byers, Senior Sales Manager, presents a donation to Doug Marlow of the SPCA. The donation was funded by profits earned through the Summer Concert Series at Bonnie Castle Resort, in recognition of the important work of the SPCA.
The role of the Jefferson County SPCA in the North Country community is invaluable. The organization addresses overpopulation and homelessness, along with providing citizens with lifelong furry friends. The organization relies on private contributions in order to provide the important services they offer, especially keeping our community a safe place for animals and citizens.
2016: The staff at Bonnie Castle Resort visited Gordon Court to treat the residents to an Annual Autumn Luncheon as part of their “Pay It Forward” campaign. The tradition is cherished by the staff and residents. Staff members pictured are: Cornell Martin, Mariann Cabness, Ed Brown, Angie Cobb and Tammy Byers.
Northern New York Community Foundation
October, 2016: Mariann Cabness, Marketing & Design Director at Bonnie Castle Resort, presents a donation to April Fallon, Coordinator of Partnerships at Northern New York Community Foundation. The donation was funded by profits earned through the Summer Concert Series at Bonnie Castle Resort, in recognition of the vital and influential work of the Foundation.
The Northern New York Community Foundation raises, manages and administers funds for the benefit of the community, supporting scholarships for area residents and grants for non-profit organizations. The Foundation’s role stretches beyond grants and scholarships. It’s work brings people together to discuss community problems and find solutions. Find out more at www.nnycf.org.