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[gpxfc-ykmgmx]Dear Friends of the Stamford Symphony, Thank you for your continued support as we navigate the challenges presented to us due to COVID-19. We continue to be truly overwhelmed by all the messages, donated tickets, contributions and positive feedback about our new Stamford Symphony Channel. As you can imagine 20/21 will be far from normal and it is with great regret that we have decided not to present any live performances at the Palace Theatre for the remainder of the calendar year. It is just not safe to do so and the result of our recent survey was very clear that our audience is not yet ready to return. The September Roaring Twenties in 2020 program will move to the end of the season, but Music Director Michael Stern will present an online Gala in October, featuring new performances from our musicians and special guests. Despite these difficulties, the Stamford Symphony will not be silent and the silver lining in the COVID cloud gives us the opportunity to create new and exciting online experiences. Plans are underway to bring you a new, reimagined ​ Stamford Symphony Channel this fall, curated by Michael Stern which will replace the October and November subscription concerts with live online events and intimate recorded performances. We will announce details after Labor Day. In December 2020 we will review where we are in relation to the chamber music and subscription concerts we have planned for January to May 2021. We will ask you again how you are feeling about coming to concerts and then make a decision on how best to present these programs or elements of them. Michael Stern is already developing programs that would allow members of the orchestra to be physically distanced onstage to keep musicians and staff members safe. In the meantime, thank you for staying with us, we promise to provide you with a musically satisfying season, albeit different from what we planned! As soon as we know more we will let you know. I am so sorry that this is where we find ourseMichigan Lottery Voters approved the Michigan Lottery on May 16, 1972. The 50-cent green game ticket went on sale a few months later on November 13. Over the years, the Michigan Lottery has created many millionaires, with the very first $1 million prize being won in 1973. With more winners created over the decades, the Classic Lotto 47 has come out tops as the biggest lottery in Michigan. In fact, this lottery is still a guaranteed millionaire maker, with jackpots starting at $1 million. The first tickets for Lotto 47 went on sale on December 3, 1989, and besides the $1 million jackpot, prizes are awarded for matching 3, 4, and 5 numbers. All you have to do is pick 6 numbers from a range of 1 – 47. The range of lotteries in this state includes Fantasy 5, Daily 4, and Keno. In 2005, the state started selling Mega Millions tickets, followed by Powerball in 2010. The Michigan Lottery continues to donate proceeds to education.

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