CULTURAL SUMMIT Celebrating Culture, Commemorating Legacies Join us to celebrate the milestones of our arts and cultural community and commemorate the legacies they have created for generations to come. April 21, 2015 6:30 8:30pm Heritage Pavilion Refreshments provided ? Honour the 70th anniversary of the Stony Plain Public Library through conversations in the sitting room with the local living library. ? Take part in the painting of the next community mural as the Murals Programs marks 25 years.
They started giving me a story about a problem their 3rd party company in California was having getting these out to their participants. Then, it was going to be 1 week and they get them out. In the meantime, the company was going to give a good will adjustment of 25 points to the account for the inconvenience.
“I think it’s sad. It really bothers me,” said Tammy Fox Isicoff, who had submitted a brief backing Ray on behalf of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida chapter. Immigration Judge Philip Montante, with whom Ray had a history of clashes.
I will not bad mouth our Commander in Chief. However, I very disappointed in him.I agree with GRX the President just threw a bone to poor Africans in America.He didn have a problem before Ferguson, MO., now we hear about the of Police on all of the syncophatic media outlets.Including grenade launchers in the conversation shifts the argument, but I don remember them in the original coverage, when equipment was first being distributed. I remember armored troop carriers, M16 assault rifles(real assault rifles), sniper rifles, flash grenades.
“I never really took any writing courses in my life other than grade school,” he said. “But I always enjoyed English growing up and I always did well in my English courses. I should note; two big role models for me back in grade school were two teachers.
Whitehead turned those weather conditions into a near perfect day running a CRR personal best time of 31 minutes, 35 seconds finishing seventh overall and the first from Madison in the 10K race. Gibbs (35:15) for the top spot for the Madison participants that numbered over 380. The eldest of the CRR runners this year was Frank Key of Madison.
The Wildthangs 16U fast pitch softball team poses for a photo after playing in a “Ghostbusters” themed game and won the BASE Halloween Classic in Benton over the weekend. It kicked off the tournament with a win in the warm up game and went on to win the next three games placing them in the championship game which they won with its fourth shut out of the day. The team went undefeated and brought home the rings.