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The town centre was packed and the queues of families with children wanting to meet Santa were continuously lengthy for nearly four hours on Pride Hill. Santa was in constant demand as enthusiastic youngsters were keen to tell him what they would like to receive for Christmas. He was accompanied by his elves who not only assisted children onto the sleigh but were pleased to receive donations from generous parents in return for taking photos on their phones. She told a meeting of members and guests that the story she had to tell was important and the atrocities that happened to so many people, not just Jews, during the war. As a result, Jewish born Natalie decided to write a book based on a violin which she described as having been ‘the most important thing in my life. In a true story tracing the ‘precious’ family violin across landscapes devastated by war and terror of the second world war, it was brought to safety and restoration in 21st century Britain.

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Introducing Christian Hjorth, from Denmark. Christian is attending UGA. Michael and Natalie Maffett are the host family.

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His book will be available for sale at the event, or can be purchased ahead of time on amazon. Although focusing on sports, the author says the book is also “a great benefit for anyone who works with people in a leadership role. She will be signing both of her new releases: The talk is open to the public, does not require tickets, and is a drop-in event. She will be signing both of her books at the close of the program.

Again, this event is open to the public. She lives in Elmhurst, IL with her husband, Chris. With their three daughters, the couple lived in Frankfurt, Germany and, as empty-nesters, Barb and Chris lived in Shanghai, China.

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I have several reasons why you should not date. The obvious that he would look really bad if he did get sent home. I have had the experiance of being an exchange student to Germany. I have also seen a student get sent home. It not only was the talk of the whole exchange program but it made the teachers, hosts, and students feel bad for having to take such harsh action.

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This is one of them. Second of a series. By Gary Emerson In the 19th century days of horses and buggies, area people could utilize lake ferries rather than travel around the lake to get to the other side. It began operation around , pre-dating the arrival of steamboats on the lake. The ferry was 80 feet long, 18 feet wide, and had a 65 foot tall mast.

The ferry was used not only to transport people, but also wagons, horses, cattle, and goods such as soap, grain, coal, and fruit. Anywhere from twenty to eighty head of cattle could be carried on the boat. The Goodwin Ferry provided a convenient connection for people traveling between Auburn and Bath. The fare for a person was 25 cents. For a horse and wagon it was 75 cents.

A herd of cattle was charged two shillings per head. If someone wanted to cross right away on a special trip, they had to give up a silver dollar. The ferry typically earned between twenty-five and fifty dollars a day. The legislation also prohibited anyone from operating a competing ferry within three miles.

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You can help by adding to it. January Although practical jokes have likely existed for thousands of years, one of the earliest recorded hoaxes in history was the drummer of Tedworth in As the technology of communication has advanced, the speed at which hoaxes spread has also advanced: However, hoaxes could also be spread via chain letters , which became easier as the cost of mailing a letter dropped.

The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation’s oldest and largest public affairs forum. As a non-partisan forum, The Club brings to the public airwaves diverse viewpoints on important topics.

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History[ edit ] Kenilworth Castle A settlement existed at Kenilworth by the time of the Domesday Book of , which records it as Chinewrde meaning “farm of a woman named Cynehild”. Geoffrey de Clinton died initiated the building of an Augustinian priory in , [2] at the same time as he initiated the building of Kenilworth Castle. Thereafter the abbey grounds next to the castle, were made common land in exchange for common land that Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester used to enlarge the castle.

A hoax is a falsehood deliberately fabricated to masquerade as the truth. It is distinguishable from errors in observation or judgment, rumors, urban legends, pseudosciences, and April Fools’ Day events that are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes.

Posted by John May on Aug 10, I want to thank all of you who organized and participated in our Pints for Polio events. There were 27 events held throughout the District and many clubs partnered together. This provided an opportunity to socialize with other Rotarians, introduce community members to Rotary and to raise money for polio eradication. I had the pleasure to attend several of the events and enjoyed the fellowship and fun!

When the results are in, I will let you know how much we raised for polio eradication. November is Rotary Foundation month. It is supported by the Rotary family and supports the work that we do. The Foundation continues to be the engine that drives Rotary, allowing clubs and districts to aspire to do larger, more ambitious projects with transformative and sustainable impact.

YOU are making a difference in your community and around the world. This was an increase of 4 from last year. In some of the District Grants, multiple clubs came together to fund a community-based project. Examples of the grants are:

Rotary Youth Exchange, rule against relationships/dating what should I do

You can help by adding to it. January Although practical jokes have likely existed for thousands of years, one of the earliest recorded hoaxes in history was the drummer of Tedworth in As the technology of communication has advanced, the speed at which hoaxes spread has also advanced: However, hoaxes could also be spread via chain letters , which became easier as the cost of mailing a letter dropped.

The invention of the printing press in the 15th century brought down the cost of a mass-produced books and pamphlets, and the rotary printing press of the 19th century reduced the price even further see yellow journalism. During the 20th century, the hoax found a mass market in the form of supermarket tabloids , and by the 21st century there were fake news websites which spread hoaxes via social networking websites in addition to the use of email for a modern type of chain letter.

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Herman welcomed guest speaker, Rev. Brian Burnell Health of the Club: Alleyne had nasty fall that led to a gash requiring seven stitches! We wish her a very speedy recovery. November is Rotary Foundation Month. The Foundation has gone paperless, however, Jim does have some envelopes available for Foundation donations. He also announced that there are just two countries left in which to eradicate Polio. We will carry on with this program. Finally, there will be an Urban Forest Committee meeting following after next week’s weekly Club meeting.

There are 63 Vacation Draw Tickets left to go out into the community. Roy Martin sold 30 tickets! Regarding the Christmas Party, Thursday, Dec. Paul Harris Fellows will be recognized at this time.

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Winnop Majority of county officials will run for another term While most incumbents are expected to file for county of fices in the June 2 primary election, Modoc Municipal Court Judge Larry Dier has made it official. Dier announced his attention to run for another term this week. Dier is finish ing a term after being appointed to the position. She said she feels it’s time to retire and is looking for ward to traveling with her husband.

She’ll serve through the remainder of her term to January, Zandstra is completing a first term and Huffman is completing a sec ond.

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For service to the Tasmanian Parliament, to developing strategies for long-term social, economic and environmental benefit, and to support for a vibrant arts and cultural life in Tasmania. For service to the international community, during an unsafe and dangerous period in Uganda, through the provision of humanitarian aid and nursing care to improve the lives of the sick, poor and dispossessed, and to the Salvation Army.

For service to leadership in the global business community, commitment to corporate social responsibility, contributions in the field of education, and support for community-based development initiatives. For significant contributions to public life in Australia in support of hospital and health administration, social justice and education, to young people as a role model, and to the Australian Parliament.

For service to the Catholic Church in Australia and internationally, to raising debate on matters of an ethical and spiritual nature, to education, and to social justice. For service to the arts and commitment to cultural development, particularly in the field of dance as founding director of the Australian Ballet School, and to encouraging young artists to achieve the highest standards in their careers.

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Rotary Rules – The D’s 1. No drinking This one can be tough because many countries around the world allow drinking of wine and beer by teenagers. In Washington, the legal limit is 21 and in BC, the legal age limit is Our Outbound students often get treated to alchol as part of the social customs of their Host Countries. However, both Canada and the US allow drinking in a family setting, so a student would not be sent home for having a glass of wine with a family meal.

As anyone familiar with the Rotary Youth Exchange program knows, exchange students are subject to rules known as the 4 D’s: 1. No drinking 2. No drugs 3. No driving 4. No dating But here a great twist to this. Thanks to Gillian Leek (spouse of PDG Bob Leek, D) who heard this idea presented.

He deployed in , and on September 23, his M rolled over an anti-tank mine. The explosion flipped his tank, killing two and injuring four. Casara suffered bilateral fractures to his right tibia and fibula, a shattered left tibia, shattered heel and ankle bones to both feet, and a dislocated right hip. To date, he has undergone 24 surgeries and countless hours of physical therapy. Using sports and recreational activities to support his rehabilitation, he has continued to strengthen his legs.

Casara cycles, golfs, plays baseball, softball, snowboards. Casara is a graduate of the Golf Academy of America in San Diego, California and he is currently pursuing a degree in criminal justice. They have resided with his son, Denali, and his mother, Elaine, in the 52nd district in San Diego County since In Danny was selected as a subject for a portrait painted by President George W. The painting of Danny is on the cover of the book. He gave credit to all the Vietnam Vets for paving the way for others.

He talked about Honor Flight https: This is a program by our club where school supplies are donated to Malawi schools in honor of the speaker. Then we had several of our club veterans give a brief talk on their involvement.

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