Clay Fusion September Specials !

Happy September!!! We’ve got a few awesome things going on here at Clay Fusion in the next few weeks…First, starting today, September 1 through September 5th, we will be having our first ever Buy 1 get 1 50% off all regularly priced items (not to be combined with our 50% off summer sale)
Next, our summer bisque is all 50% off, while supplies last.

Our next Cocktails & Clay event will be on Saturday, September 19th 6:30 – 8:30 pm. This event is BYOB and is all inclusive. We have a few spots left, so give us a call to reserve so you don’t miss out!! This month we are making this adorable pumpkin wooden door hanger!!
Also, please remember we are closed Sunday, September 6th – Friday, September 11th…so if you want to call and reserve your spot, please do so this week so we can get your pumpkin ordered!! This is always a fun evening!! We look forward to seeing you all there!! 919-569-0074

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Lily Mae’s Sidewalk Sale – August 20 -23

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Lily Mae’s Is Hiring !

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Five Hole Sports Player Demo Day – July 12

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Polar Ice House / MVP Sports Beat The Heat Summer Promotion

Polar Ice House Deal Offers Skaters Relief from Summer Heat

June 26, 2015 6:08 pm
Written by: Odile Fredericks
Too hot to head outside with your children? How about enjoying a deal on ice skating indoors? The Polar Ice House locations in Cary, Garner and Wake Forest are offering their annual “Beat the Heat” summer admission special—admission is discounted to $5 on days that the temperature goes above 95 degrees.”Raleigh is in yet another record-breaking summer, and it’s a common misconception to hear that there aren’t many options to cool down, when contrary to popular belief, our ice rinks are open year-round,” says Polar Ice House General Manager Michael Baxter. “Ice skating is a great way to have fun, exercise and stay cool at a safe temperature. This special was very popular last summer with kids and parents, so we’re launching it again this year in response to the recent heat wave.”

The deal kicked off on Friday, June 26, at all three Polar Ice House locations and runs through the rest of summer. To receive the deal, mention the Weather Channel temperature at the register of any Wake County location. In addition, MVP Sports Factory in Wake Forest is offering another Beat the Heat special – buy one, get one free admission for Open Play

– See more at: https://www.carolinaparent.com/community/blogs/details.php?Polar-Ice-House-Deal-Offers-Skaters-Relief-from-Summer-Heat-5865#sthash.3zTjSqww.dpuf

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NWCBA Announces New Girls Softball League !

The North Wake County Baseball Association is proud to host Wake Forest’s only girls’ softball league. It is our mission to provide positive and memorable softball experiences for young players, ages 5-15, in the triangle area. North Wake has always had the stated goal of optimizing player development through quality practice and age appropriate competitive playing environments both through leagues and travel team opportunities.

Rec League Structure

  • Tball: ages 5-6
  • Rookie: ages 7-8
  • Minor: ages 9-10
  • Major: ages 11-13
  • Junior: ages 14-15

 

  • A skills assessment will take place to ensure balanced competitive play
  • In the event where there is below minimum registration players will be invited to attend a skills assessment/try-out for the opportunity to play on a travel team (additional fees apply)

NWCBA has a longstanding reputation of a first class baseball organization. It is our honor to welcome all softball players into our growing community. If your family is interested in the NWCBA Softball League please contact us!

Bryan Claudio, Softball Chair bclaudio@nwcba.com
Julie Kruse, Softball Commissioner jkruse@nwcba.com

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Five Hole Sports Goalie Demo Day – May 30th

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Skate For Life @ Delicious Skate Shop on May 16th

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Registration starts at 10 AM

Competition will start at 11 AM

$10 Registration for Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced

$25 Registration for Sponsored Skaters 

*Gentleman Jam*

You can download the registration and waiver forms below and return them to the office by emailing director@hopeline-nc.org, mailing them to HopeLine, Inc. | PO Box 10490 |  Raleigh, NC 27605 or bringing them with you the day of the event.

Skater Registration- Download Skater Waiver- Download

Raleigh, N.C. (April 12, 2014) — HopeLine, Inc., a Triangle-based nonprofit providing free suicide prevention and crisis intervention services, along with Delicious Skate Shop and Skateboards.com, will host the fifth annual Skate for Life event on Saturday, May 16, from 11:00 a.m. until dusk at Delicious Skate Park at The Factory in Wake Forest. Located at 1839 S. Main Street, Building 500 Wake Forest, NC 27587. Skate for Life focuses on celebrating teens and their families while educating them and giving resources they can turn to in times of trouble. The Skateboarding competition and family friendly day will as usual, be held in memory of local teens and young adults who have lost their lives to suicide.

“Suicide has greatly affected our community and this day is about showing the Triangle we have the resources to combat this preventable death,” said Margaux Austin, Executive Director of HopeLine. “Our annual event focuses on supporting teenagers and their families, we want them to know they are not alone and others are going through the same struggles.”

Skate for Life is a special event as it was started by two of HopeLine’s board members, and mothers, who both lost their sons to suicide. The first Skate for Life was held in May 2011 as a grassroots memorial event organized by friends and family of Dylan McNeill.  Dylan, a Wake Forest teenager and skateboarder, took his own life in February 2011.  Tragically, his best friend and fellow skater, Cody Arrington, took his life seven months later.  These losses sent shockwaves through the community and was a harsh reminder that suicide is the third leading cause of death among teens and young adults.

Currently, the U.S. has the highest rate of suicide in 15 years and N.C. loses over 1,000 individuals a year to suicide. Teen suicides have been a focus of HopeLine since a recent study by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) showed nearly 20% of teens have seriously considered suicide and over 14% made an actual plan.

Thanks to the success of Skate for Life, HopeLine has been able to launch their new Teen Talk Line Program that includes a website and instant messaging service to reach this younger audience. All proceeds from the event and raffle go to supporting HopeLine’s crisis call center and programs focused on raising awareness about the warning signs and risk factors of suicide.

Last year’s Skate For Life attracted more than 400 attendees and raised more than $14,000 in net proceeds, with a total of $33,000 raised altogether since the first event in 2011. This years Skate for Life will feature music, raffle prizes, food trucks, activities for kids, vendors and more. Admission is free to the public. The cost of registration to skate is $10 for beginner, intermediate and advanced competitors and includes a raffle ticket and free t-shirt. Skate for Life will include a sponsored competition with a registration fee of $25. The winners will receive more than $1,500 in cash and prizes. Registration starts at 10:00 a.m. the day of the event.

Download HopeLine’s Poster below to share and get more information about sponsorship’s!

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Sponsorship Packet- Download

Sponsorship Form- Download

Skater Registration- Download

Skater Waiver- Download

 

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Wake Forest Rotary Club Factory 5k – May 16th

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B Quick PC Repair Specials

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