Ray of Light through the Economic Clouds

Community and Boston
I am not sure if NPR has made any new radio programs recently or if, due to lack of funds, they are looping a series of repeats on the sad state of affairs that is the US economy. Either way, that, in combination with the shorter days and the holiday rush, left me feeling a little run down and bewildered. Well, Circle Shoppers and fellow proud Bostonians, time to buck up and turn those feelings around. Here is a small glimmer of hope published by Boston Magazine, a little upside of the down if you will. Circle is still here and thriving, helping to perpetuate a stronger localized economy. Hold your heads up high Boston, and keep on shopping, change is on the way. PS. Just in case you needed…
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Rodman Ride 2008 – Not going to let a little rain slow us down!

Community and Boston, Events and Fundraisers
Congrats to the Circle Team for another year of riding for at risk youth at the Rodman Ride for kids. This year, the 17th annual, was RECORD BREAKING, raising over 5.5 million dollars. Harold, Rich, Peg, Sarah and Kate Springfield teamed up with a couple of other furniture gurus to bike 25, 50 and 100 miles rides! Congrats to all who participated and for those who missed out, there is always next year.
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Hey where have you been?

Community and Boston
Celebrating!! What a summer of celebration it has been! Congrats to two Tubman's kicking the big C word to the curb so that the family can get back to focusing on the important things, sailing and furniture. A big applause this weekend to Sean D, as he took his first steps to becoming a key organizer for the Ally Regatta in Boston. Despite weather threats, the race went well and the fund raising for the Ally Foundation was a great success. Team Tubman let the Queen Bee aboard Charisma and finished the race with out personal property damage or bodily harm, A.K.A success! Other things we are proud of this summer: Cindy Hale! Another "c" survivor pedaling her way to the finish of the pan mass challenge. Congrats to her…
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