Thursday, July 22, 2004

Footy Mad! 'Get ready to go footymad!!'NCM would like to remind all supporters about Sunday's fans Open Day taking place. For more information about the event, plus times and details etc, read on...

The day starts at 11a.m. so be sure to get there sharpish. The day will be full of fun and will be a great chance to meet all the new staff here at Notts County. On the day there will be an opportunity to get a guided tour of the stadium, including the Board Room and the dressing rooms!

Mills- He'll be there!

You will get to impress Gary Mills himself by putting your football skills to the test courtesy of Football in the Community.

You can meet all the new Summer signings and the current squad for an autograph session between 12.30 and 1.30. You will also get an opportunity to get your picture taken with the players.

There will also be displays of classic Notts County memorabilia and exhibitions for all the different departments for the club.

Also, there will be a chance to see the new much anticipated Notts County shirt made my Errea (sponsors of Middlesbrough and Derby). There will also be limited shirts available for you to buy on the day.

Season Tickets can also be collected on Sunday, plus lots lots more.

See you all there!!

Sunday, July 18, 2004

COX.net for Phoenix - NewsHundreds of Fans Flock to Get a Glimpse of Matt Damon at Benefit Screening of 'Bourne Supremacy'

BOISE, Idaho -- Hundreds of fans gathered in front of the historic Egyptian Theater to catch a glimpse of Matt Damon and producer Frank Marshall at a benefit screening of "The Bourne Supremacy."

The sequel to the 2002 film "The Bourne Identity" opens nationally July 23.

Proceeds from Saturday's benefit went to the Boise Contemporary Theater, now in its fifth season.

Marshall said he began visiting Boise in the early 1970s and bought property here soon after. He started bringing his movies to Boise nearly a decade later, including "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom."

"It's my favorite stop on the press tour," Damon told The Associated Press.

Contemporary Theater artistic director Matthew Clark said about half of the theater's $500,000 yearly operating fund comes from ticket sales, so the theater depends on donor contribution, federal grants and benefit screenings.

Damon, 33, is currently filming "Ocean's Twelve" _ the sequel to the 2001 hit "Ocean's Eleven."

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