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“John Angus MacDonald of the Trews has said one of my favourite lines about Gordie, and that is that he has good taste in humans. And I love that. It’s so true. The Labatt Laurentians, who finished first in the regular season, had defeated Holy Cross 2 0 Friday in the 1 2 game that opened the Page playoffs. That sent St. Lawrence directly to Sunday’s final, while Holy Cross had to cash in its second life in taking on Mount Pearl in a Saturday semifinal.The Crusaders won that game 2 0, setting up a rematch with the Laurentians, who opened the scoring on a goal by Jordan Caines about midway through the first half of Sunday’s final.
Employees are protected through protection of the rough diamonds. A combination of automated “hands free” processing, controlled access to high security areas, constant surveillance, and strict adherence to security procedures ensures that the opportunity for theft is removed. In addition to the built in, multi layered physical and technological safeguards, any access to rough diamonds requires the involvement of no less than two people from differing functions (in many areas the required involvement is considerably greater than two people).
About the artist: Once Upon a Song is an interactive music and storytelling experience for young children. Featuring internationally renowned storyteller Anna Jarrett and versatile musician Ann Lehmann, along with young talents 12 year old Sam de Santi and 14 year old Amelia Gibson, the group take an original approach to nursery rhymes and the stories behind them. Captivating both kids and their parents, Once Upon a Song play with a diversity of story infused vocals, bouzouki, guitar, fiddle and percussion.
In the past 25 years, more than 7,000 men and women have died while deployed in the combat zone, leaving behind thousands of spouses who struggle to support themselves and their children’s education. While government assistance programs exist, they do not provide enough to cover education costs for the soldiers’ children. For these families in need, The Folded Flag Foundation is making a difference by ensuring the children of our service members are on a successful path towards college.