The core of Dryden Kinsmen group are joined by volunteers and fellow Kin from Vermilion Bay at the 2014 Canada Day Dragon Boat races, July 1. Top row from left: Tom Ledoux, Jamie Dingwall, Chris Pollard, Ryan Graham, Jay Roussin, Caleb Ledoux, Scott Coffey, Brad Coles, Grant Rowson and Derek Johnson. Bottom row from left: Lindsay Coles, Marcie Coles, George Gereben, Darcy Hodges, Dave Kilpatrick and Vermilion Bay Kin Club Scott McEwen.
Performers included five Penn State Altoona voice students studying under Professor Bonnie Cutsforth Huber. They performed canal songs a capella or with banjo accompaniment on the front lawn of the Lemon House for an appreciative lunchtime audience. Other performers from Penn State Altoona included Steven Sherrill, associate professor of English and integrative arts, who read selections from his The Locktender’s House, a canal era “ghost story” inspired by events occurring along Pennsylvania’s Main Line Canal, accompanied by David Parry, assistant professor of philosophy on guitar and banjo; and Jerry Zolten, associate professor of communication arts and sciences, performing with his long time musician colleague Richard Sleigh.
“All eight teams are right there. The win against Cole Harbour was great and then Sunday we felt it was a great opportunity to move up in the standings and beat a top team like Halifax, going head to head against them. That’s the only way we’re going to move up and our guys accomplished that.”.
Although not necessarily a mall, downtown Fort Wayne does offer nearly three dozen shops, plus a great selection of restaurants and bars. These days, the shopping district stretches down South Calhoun Street and west to Broadway. Gifts, clothing, antiques and jewelry plus TinCaps wear for our baseball team many fans are waiting.
“I saw the cops putting a head into a bag. I didn’t see the face. It definitely looked like hair, though,” said Whitnack, who snapped a few photos of police conducting their work. I was looking up, just waiting for the last bit to close and then the alarm went off. It was a very adventurous couple of innings. Aaron Loup, who came in on a 10 scoreless innings wave, was buried under a four run avalanche in one third of an inning.
Because the topic has not gotten the treatment it deserves, I will gladly do the job. Constitution) that the Robo Signer Controversy will entitle hundreds of thousands of homeowners wrongfully foreclosed and evicted to sue in non judicial foreclosure states. Briefly, Robo Signers are illegal in California because fraud cannot be the basis of clear title, trustee’s deeds following Robo Signed sales are void as a matter of law, notarization is a recording requirement for many of the documents, which we also know was often botched, and most importantly because robo signed falsifications ARE meant for use in court, including unlawful detainers and bankruptcy matters.