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Heron's Eye Launches New Website; Highlights Non-Profit Partners at Celebration
Heron's Eye Communications launched its new website (www.HeronsEye.com) with a celebration at Harmony Presents, in the Hawley Silk Mill, featuring performances by the Black Bear Conservatory of Music and healthy treats by NaturalContents.com.
Heron's Eye is a marketing, publishing and project management firm with offices in PA's Pike and Schuylkill counties. Writers and community activists Krista Gromalski and Sandy Long founded the company in 2006 with a mission to create strong community partnerships that foster a healthy environment, desirable quality of life and sustainable local economy. A sampling of Heron's Eye clients include The Biondo Group, in Milford; Clemleddy Construction and Van Gorders' Furniture near Lake Wallenpaupack;
"We're proud to partner with socially and environmentally conscious businesses and non-profits seeking solutions and working toward positive change," says Long. During its launch event, Heron's Eye highlighted several of its non-profit partners including BBCM and Delaware Highlands Conservancy.
The Conservancy http://delawarehighlands.org is a land trust protecting the working farms, forests and special places along the Upper Delaware River. Since its inception in 1994, the group has protected about 13,000 acres in PA and New York. Gromalski has served on the Conservancy's Board of Directors since 2006, and has chaired its Outreach & Development Committee.
BBCM http://www.blackbearmusic.org is dedicated to "excellence in music education," instructing local young people on instruments and voice. A certified member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts, BBCM integrates performance, history and theory through weekly lessons, group classes, and community engagement events. Long has served on the BBCM Board of Directors since 2007.
BBCM instructor Jason Brian Merrill performed on guitar throughout the HeronsEye.com launch event, and graced the crowd with a solo performance of his original work "No More the Ghost". Merrill's student Rowan Lynch demonstrated his fingerstyle blues expertise on the classic dirge "Death Comes Creepin'".
BBCM student Kristian Sonsteby concluded the program with an inspiring performance of “Song Without Words in Eb” by Mendelssohn and “Concert Etude” by Heller. BBCM Executive Director Ryan Weber greeted guests following the performances.
"At our core, we're passionate about the place where we live," adds Gromalski. "We're delighted to showcase some wonderful local resources as we celebrate our new website."
Visit http://www.HeronsEye.com for more info.
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