Youth Camp

Mom’s Morning Minute: Planning Ahead for the Summer Camp Season

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Summer camp season is fast approaching. Whether you’ve already picked a side or are still deciding, there are some things parents should ask in advance. Karla Schell of the YMCA’s Camp Kon-O-Kwee Spencer says to check with the camp for their accreditation status. The American Camp Association …

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Jamshedpur Sports Summer Camp kicks off at JRD Tata Complex

Jamshedpur, May 15: The long-awaited sports summer camp kicked off today at JRD Tata Sports Complex. The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by around 500 children, coaches and senior officials from Tata Steel’s sports department. At the inaugural ceremony, Rupi Paul graced the occasion as the chief guest. She applauded the …

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Kansas City monarchs help raise funds for Rotary Youth Camp

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The Kansas City Monarchs kick off their minor league season Friday night by raising money for the Rotary Youth Camp. Several locations are selling Monarchs tickets and caps as part of Greater Kansas City Day. For many years, Kansas City Day was all about selling newspapers …

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Kids want to go to camp, but they need financial help – Press Telegram

Eight-year-old Elizabeth’s favorite activities at summer camp in the mountains last year were rock climbing, ziplining and making new friends. It was her first camp and her first time away from home. “It was one of the best times of my entire life,” she told counselors at the YMCA of …

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Kareem Hunt’s youth soccer camp to be held June 29-30 – News-Herald

Kareem Hunt Youth Football Camp returns to South High School in June. A year ago, more than 120 kids in grades 1-8 attended the first Kareem Hunt Camp, named after the former star running back for the South Rebels, who is now running back with the Browns. The same high …

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James Clemens Theater to train in acting and work behind the scenes at Summer Spotlight Camp – The Madison Record

MADISON — Young people who want to learn more about acting and working behind the scenes to deliver a production can sign up for Summer Spotlight Camp. James Clemens Theater presents camp May 31 through June 3 from 9 a.m. to noon on the Jets campus. This camp is open …

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Youth homicides on the rise in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS — A 15-year-old boy died in a triple shooting this week. The police are still looking for the murderer in this case. Early Tuesday morning, police were called to Caroline Avenue and found three people shot dead inside a car. The three victims, Anthony Morman, 31, Marvin Walker Junior, …

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Seymour’s Williams Honored in Silver Anniversary Team

Amber Holle Williams, second from right, was praised by former Seymour teammates, left to right, Krystal Weber Harrell, Brianne Brown Miller, Jennifer Chastain Schneider, coach Donna Sullivan and Lauren Clark Fitzsimmons for being named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s Silver Anniversary team. Saturday evening. Arv Koontz | The …

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17 Must-See Family Events This May (And 10 Are FREE!) – Rocket City Mom

Looking for ideas on what to do this month? Below are our 17 picks for can’t-miss family events happening in May (and 10 are completely FREE). As always, there are MANY more on our events calendar, so be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter and come back on Mother’s …

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Cleveland Area YMCA Offers Summer Job Incentives

CLEVELAND — Tish Bowling, vice president of youth development at the Greater Cleveland YMCA, said summer camps haven’t been full for the past two years. What do you want to know Cleveland-area YMCAs offer incentives to attract camp counselors and lifeguards These incentives include a higher salary and a $1,000 …

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Inaugural Leadership Camp for Deaf Youth – A Resounding Success

DEAFinition, a not-for-profit company that provides a range of services and funding opportunities to promote equal access for South Africa’s deaf community, recently held its first leadership camp for thirty school leavers. schools for the deaf. The three-day leadership camp took place at the Back 2 Basics adventure camp in …

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ALL youth class projects aim to benefit the community

LIMA — One of the fundamental philosophies of the Rotary Club is the idea of ​​seeking to benefit others, and at Monday’s meeting, the Rotary Club of Lima heard from several area high school students hoping to benefit their community. The students were at the Rotary Club meeting at the …

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Register today for the 2022 Lynnwood Police Youth Camp

2021 Lynnwood Police Youth Camp Highlights. | Lynnwood Police Department YouTube channel. LYNNWOOD, Washington, April 23, 2021 – Registration is now open for the Lynnwood Police Camp for 11-14 year olds. All county youth are encouraged to apply; however, space is limited! It’s a fun week of learning safety skills, …

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Public Notice Douglas County Planning & – Superior Telegram

Public Notice Douglas County Planning and Zoning Committee A public hearing will be held by the Douglas County Planning and Zoning Committee at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 in the Government Center Council Chambers, Second Floor, 1316 North 14th Street, Superior, Wisconsin. Members of the media and the …

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Spring has arrived in Our Town! – The voice

HAPPY SPRING ! : It’s a happy time when winter is still in the air. Crocuses, tulips and daffodils don’t care. Snow and ice can visit us, it happened in April, but think about it; there will be days when it will be a pleasant memory, when summer temperatures and …

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Audubon is taking applications for summer camp scholarships | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG — The Potomac Valley Audubon Society (PVAS) is accepting applications for its 2022 Summer Camp Scholarship Program. All applications must be postmarked by May 1. More information and scholarship application forms are available on the PVAS website at https://www.potomacaudubon.org/education/parent-resources/. The Camp Bursary Program helps send deserving local youth to …

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Camp Susque celebrates its 75th anniversary | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED For those who want to participate in the summer camp at Camp Susque, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary, time is running out. Peter Swift, the camp‘s executive director, said summer camp enrollments – after a year down due to COVID-19 – tend to …

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A camp to camp | News

A child’s first night away from home can be a bit risky. However, the Arkansas 4-H program is offering two opportunities this summer for kids to learn the joys of overnight camp with a family member on the ride. The Arkansas 4-H program offers three-day camps designed to introduce children …

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Arkansas 4-H offers 2 camps to introduce young people to overnight camping – with parent or guardian

Young people in Arkansas were still able to enjoy traditional summer camp activities like canoeing and fishing and nature views despite the pandemic. Masks, social distancing and sanitizer were mainstays at Arkansas Outdoor School Adventure Day Camps. (U of A System Agriculture Division photo by Mary Hightower) FERNDALE, Ark. – …

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Butler hopes to create more accessibility at summer camp

A Butler County man dreams of giving more children a happy summer. Danny Markel draws on his own experience to provide more accessibility for girls and boys who want to attend summer camp at the Petroleum Valley Youth Center, a childhood memory of the past 50 years. Watch the full …

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Police Department plans to resume summer camp after COVID-19 hiatus – Leavenworth Times

John Richmeier Leavenworth Time After a two-year hiatus, Leavenworth Police Department officials plan to resume an annual summer camp for children. Police department officials are still working out some details for this year’s camp, but it will take place June 13-17, according to Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the …

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ThingamaWHO Program: Summer Opportunities Available for Teenagers

Photo courtesy of Thingamajig Theater Company Local teens perform in ‘Alice in Wonderland JR’ alongside Thingamajig Theater Company’s Sam Luck, who also starred in ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ and ‘Mamma Mia’ in 2019. This year, teens can audition to join the production of “The SpongeBob Musical”. ” By Amy Wolfe | …

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Club News – The Daily Reporter

Regent Denise Akers, left, welcomed Charlotte Hosman as the newest member of the Major Hugh Dinwiddie chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in March. Sanctuary clubs to combine for a meeting GREENFIELD – Hancock County and Shelby County Sanctuary Clubs will join for a dinner date and ladies …

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‘SILVER LINING’: COVID-era programs bring unprecedented funding to Warren County – The Vicksburg Post

If there was ever a silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic, local leaders say it can be found in the increased level of funding at the federal level that has occurred in a few different forms over the of the last year. Acronyms abounded in the second year of the …

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I spent the weekend on Holy Dirt | Georgian times

I spent the weekend on Holy Dirt. This is what we United Methodists call Camp Glisson in Dahlonega, Georgia. Methodist youth have camped near Cane Creek Falls since 1926, when Reverend Elbert Hale organized the first youth summer camp. With the exception of summer 2020, Camp Glisson has been in …

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Wisconsin native helps Ukrainian refugees in Poland

LODZ, POLAND (WBAY) — A Wisconsin native is now helping Ukrainian refugees seeking refuge in Poland, where he is retired in Lodz. John Kowalski, a 69-year-old retired pediatrician, lives thousands of miles from his hometown of Wagner in Marinette County. He is a graduate of Wausaukee High School who went …

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Lakewood Ranch Y merges with YMCA of Southwest Florida | Eastern County

Sissy Overlees of Lakewood Ranch has been a member of the Lakewood Ranch YMCA for 10 years, taking as many classes and participating in as many programs as possible. After doing 2 miles on the treadmill on March 18, she hopped on a stationary bike to compete in the Y’s …

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United States: It is important for young people that justice issues are part of the “gospel work”

Voices of Communion: Daniel Kirschbaum, ELCA Program Director for Young Adult Ministry (LWI) – In 2021, Daniel Kirschbaum joined the staff of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) as Program Director for Young Adult Ministry. In this interview, Kirschbaum recounts his active involvement as a child in developing church …

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The PSU program helps former homestay students

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) — For many young people in the foster care system, furthering their education at the college level may seem out of reach. The Fostering Lions program was founded in 2018 to provide support, essential college services, and help develop skills for post-graduation success to Penn State …

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Report Reveals Lack of Schools in LA County Juvenile Justice System

Photo: LA County Probation Department Campus Kilpatrick is a juvenile camp located in Los Angeles County. Photo: LA County Probation Department Campus Kilpatrick is a juvenile camp located in Los Angeles County. Poor and inconsistent teaching and student apathy were among the findings of a citizen review of the education …

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Meet the JDC man on the Romania-Ukraine border – The Forward

Israel Sabag was facing a rebellion from the bus full of 30 refugees who arrived unannounced at the Joint Distribution Committee tent here on the Ukraine-Romania border on Friday morning. Sabag, the Joint’s director for Romania, had been working for weeks with local hotels and hostels to prepare for the …

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Kids can learn to throw spears at this Down East camp

There was a little something for everyone at the recent Cabin Fever Reliever hosted by the Penobscot Fly Fishers at Brewer Auditorium. There were plenty of fishing exhibits and other stalls to entertain the adults, but the big attraction for the kids was the chance to take the stage and …

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Bengals WR Trenton Irwin hosts youth camp in Santa Clarita – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

2 On your side: Tenants of taxpayer-subsidized housing in a skid row face unsanitary and unsafe conditionsKirstine Lazar reports on the dangerous and unsanitary conditions of St. Mark’s apartments on Skid Row, despite the fact that the taxpayer-funded Section 8 housing is meant to be a haven for those fleeing …

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James Lekas ​​Obituary – Florida Times-Union

Lekas James Steven Lekas Retired U.S. Navy Captain James “Jim” Steven Lekas ​​of Jacksonville, Florida died Feb. 25, 2022 after a long illness. He was 85 years old. James was born on November 14, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois. As a child, his family attended the Greek Orthodox Church of the …

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Co-op-owned builder sees affordable housing and climate action in ‘granny flats’

They worked with the city of Evanston, Illinois on zoning changes to allow secondary suites. Aaron and Diane Barnhart knew they wanted to sell their home in Kansas City, Missouri, to downsize. And as soon as Diane said she wanted to return to Evanston, Illinois, where the couple had both …

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Cleveland Livestock Show Announces Eight Rodeo Queen Candidates

The 2022 CLSDD Rodeo Queen Candidates are (back row, left to right) Hana Lindsey, Grace Williams, Autumn Clay, Annabell Lindsey, Maddison Keller and Reva Mosely; (front row) Kenzie “Suzanne” Lowe, Queen Reigning Marlee Brooks and Sarah Bush. Eight young women are vying to be Miss Rodeo Cleveland Livestock Show this …

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Ryan Quarles: Renewing ‘ag tags’ a big step in supporting state’s youth farm programs

Every year when farmers go to renew their farm license plates, or “farm tags”, they have the opportunity to donate $10. The total is divided equally between Kentucky 4-H, Kentucky FFA and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA). Last year’s record total means each group received $243,875.89 to reinvest in …

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Brown County 4-H News and Updates

Dates to remember March 1 – County deadline for Duds to Dazzle and Fashion Show 15 – Deadline to Enter Brown County Youth Fair Equestrian Show 15 – County Deadline Junior / Intermediate Photography 26 – Horse Validation for Brown County Youth Fair Passes for the main stock exchange fairs …

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110th anniversary of the debut of Paulino Alcántara

Paulino Alcantara Riestra scored 395 goals in 399 matches for Barça (competitive and friendly matches), and he is the Club’s second top scorer behind Leo Messi. Although he was thin and short in stature, he had an extremely powerful shot. In fact, he received the nickname “net-buster” after a 1922 …

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Local youth organization 2SLGBTQ receives grant from Hydro One’s Energizing Life Community Fund

The Welcome Friend Association will use the $25,000 grant for its Rainbow Camp program 24 Indigenous communities, charities and municipalities will receive a $25,000 grant from Hydro One’s Energizing Life Community Fund. The Welcome Friend Association will receive the grant for its work with 2SLGBTQ+ youth and young adults in …

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The Buckhannon Community Theater lifts the curtain on its 50th anniversary season

The Buckhannon Community Theater is proud to announce its 50and Anniversary season. After a brief hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Buckhannon Community Theater is ready to raise the curtain once again. The 2022 season will be composed of BCT: A 50and Golden Anniversary Celebration, Disney’s Frozen Junior, I Love …

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🌱 Merrimack Daily: Youth Orchestra Music Camp; Pets; Following

Hello, people of Merrimack! Tony Schinella here with a brand new Merrimack Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: A little sun, then clouds; costs. High: 60 Low: 55. Here are today’s top stories at Merrimack: Judge says state has provided clear and compelling evidence of Anderson Pereira’s guilt in murder of …

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Rosalyn Rae Erickson – Brainerd Dispatch

Rosalyn Rae Erickson, 87, of McCook, NE, died Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at the Josie Harper Hospice House in Omaha, NE. Rosie was born on January 23, 1935 in Bonetrail, ND to parents Adolph and Helen (Fougner) Nelson. She was one of nine children who grew up on a farm …

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Kelowna teen cooks up delicious fundraiser to help send kids to summer camp

Flour, salt, an heirloom sourdough starter and some creativity are all Isabella Harmel needed to start a fundraiser for a cause close to her heart – Camp Pheonix. She sells her homemade sourdough bread to help children “who couldn’t go camping normally, either for social or financial reasons, and it …

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Local Priest Appointed Canon Ordinary in the Episcopal Diocese of WV | Lifestyles

CHARLESTON — The Most Reverend Chad Slater has been appointed Canon Ordinary for the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia. Slater, a native of Ripley, Jackson County, has served as rector of Christ Church, Bluefield, since 2013, and dean of the New Southern Deanery of Episcopal Churches in West Virginia since …

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Four MP boxers selected at National Camp to prepare for Asian Championship

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Four boxers from the Madhya Pradesh state academy have been selected for the Asian Junior and Junior Championship national junior and junior camp to be held in Jordan on February 27, academy officials announced on Thursday. The camp starts on February 10. In the junior category, Rishabh …

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University of Greenville plans summer camps

GREENVILLE – The University of Greenville is offering multiple opportunities this summer for middle and high school students to visit campus for fun, affordable, and high-quality learning experiences. GU plans to host four summer camps, including Forensics Camp, Esports Camp and – new this year – Band Camp and Worship …

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Foundation finances 47 non-profit organizations | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Attendees enjoy a previous year’s edition of the annual Run For It event, one of the premier fundraisers that allows the Tucker Community Foundation to provide funds to local nonprofits . PARSONS — More than $96,000 has been awarded to a total of 47 nonprofit organizations by the …

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Old pages from February 5 to 8, 2022

Photo provided Tallac pier is advertised in this historic undated photo. Saturday 145 years ago The Mexican Veterans had a meeting last night in the Senate Chamber and decided to have a grand ball on February 22. In addition to being the anniversary of Washington’s birthday, it will also be …

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Why Joe Burrow’s pee wee coach forced him to play QB – The Athletic

Generally anonymous outside of Southeast Ohio as Thursday dawned, Sam Smathers could fall asleep tonight as one of the Bengals’ most famous and beloved fans. Ah, the influence of Joe Burrow. Burrow, in his first Zoom media session since beating the Chiefs on Sunday to earn a berth in Super …

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Camp Courage fundraiser on the main stage on February 6

The Main Stage is hosting its first big fundraising event of the year on Sunday, February 6, from noon to 6 p.m. and it’s one you won’t want to miss. Main Stage has partnered with The Law Tigers (Arizona Motorcycle Attorneys), Yavapai Broadcasting Company and the AZ Burn Foundation for …

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Revival sweeps through Maplewood students

By Brian Blackwell, editor of the Baptist Message SULPHUR, La. (LBM) — For several months, Addisyn Brattain had been a faithful helper at Maplewood First Baptist Church when her student pastor, Nathan Yates, challenged the youth group to truly follow Christ. Brattain knew Jesus, but it wasn’t until that summer …

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Salisbury Council and staff discuss investing in parks and recreation program to deter crime – Salisbury Post

By Natalie [email protected] SALISBURY — Members of City Council discussed Thursday how increased investment in the Parks and Recreation Department and its youth engagement programs can affect crime in the city. Salisbury Police Chief Stokes and Department of Parks and Recreation Director Nick Aceves outlined the department’s needs and how …

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Schweinfurth offers art courses for young people this winter

Auburn, NY – The Schweinfurth Art Center is offering in-person art classes and student camps starting next month. Parents are encouraged to register their children now as places are limited and classes fill up quickly. Artist Victoria Savka will teach two Art Camp sessions during the school’s February break, February …

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Sign up your kids to be coached by the 1999 USA World Cup champions

United States National Team legends Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly and Tisha Venturini are bringing TeamFirst Soccer Academy to the Quad Cities in March. DAVENPORT, Iowa — Young athletes in the Quad Cities will have the opportunity to learn from three of the most iconic figures in American football history. 1999 …

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Howard B. Williams | Roswell Daily Record

Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record On January 3, 2022, Howard B., 84, of Dexter, NM, after life’s journey here, entered into eternal life with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. A celebration of Howard’s life is scheduled for Saturday, February 5 at 9:00 a.m. at Grace Community Church in …

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Signs of anxiety in anti-vaping camp as big decisions loom

AAmid a month of waiting for more clarity on the future of vaping in the United States, people on all sides of the tobacco harm reduction debate are growing increasingly anxious. On January 14, a collection of nonprofit public health organizations and tobacco control groups, including the Campaign for Tobacco-Free …

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Dispatches Downstream – The Wahkiakum County Eagle

Today I hope you will pause and think of Wilho Saari de Naselle. He had a stroke and is now in hospice care at Columbia Memorial Hospital. He is a man who loves his family, Finnish music, children and Finland. He taught music, wrote a “melody every day” for many …

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Pennsylvania State Police, Troop C, Camp Cadet Applications Available For Interested Youth – GantNews.com

CLARION – The Pennsylvania State Police Troop C Camp Cadet Program will be held at Clarion University of Pennsylvania July 24-29, 2022. The camp is for boys and girls ages 13-15 from Clarion, Clearfield, Elk, Forest, Jefferson, McKean and northern Indiana counties. Campers will stay at the University all week. …

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Notorious Keene cop called for federal entrapment

By DAMIEN FISHER, InDepthNH.org See the list here: http://indepthnh.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/partialEES.pdf Notorious former Keene Police Detective James McLaughlin, who is said to be in contention for his placement on the state’s Laurie List, was caught sending child sex abuse footage to a suspect he would later stop, according to court records. Find …

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NSW records 20 deaths, 193 people in intensive care with COVID-19

Another 20 people died of COVID-19 in New South Wales in the 24 hours as of 8 p.m. Friday, down slightly from yesterday’s statewide record of 29 deaths. Key points: The number of daily cases fell from more than 63,000 to 48,768 Hospitalizations increased slightly from 2,525 to 2,576 Only …

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Meesoon Han helps bridge Alabama-Korea divide

Her son was upset. More than that, he was confused. He explained that he got into a fight with a classmate in his adopted hometown of Montgomery after being called an insult, an insult typically directed at people of Chinese descent. “I’m Korean,” he told his mother. More than 20 …

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William F. Dixon

Fairlea-William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, passed away with his children by his side on Thursday, December 30, 2021. Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon. In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife, Mary Jo …

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Over 1,000 toys distributed to children at Parkway Gardens

Residents of Parkway Gardens marked the holidays with a Winter Wonderland experience and freebies for all residents 18 and under on Saturday, December 11. Related Midwest and Related Affordable have teamed up with Chi Gives Back to deliver toys to kids. More than 500 residents enjoyed individually wrapped cookies, games, …

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Keith Fredrich Lillich

Keith Fredrich Lillich, 76, of Colorado Springs, CO, passed away on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2021, surrounded by his family. Keith was born to Herman and Marie (Stutheit) Lillich on September 27, 1945 in Bird City, KS. Keith graduated as a valedictorian in 1963 and graduated from the University of …

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William Dixon Obituary (1927 – 2021) – White Sulfur Springs, WV

William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, of Fairlea died with his children by his side on December 30, 2021.Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon.In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife Mary Jo Gee Dixon; …

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Business of the week: Woodson YMCA

Pilot and review of Wausau Editor’s Note: Company of the week is a sponsored article that shares the stories of locally owned and operated businesses in the Wausau area, highlighting the products and services they offer and how they contribute to the unique flavor of the metropolitan area. Learn how …

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Support national parks in 2021

WASHINGTON, December 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – As we enter the final days of the year, the National Park Foundation (NPF) reflects on how it has supported national parks throughout 2021. Thanks to a growing community of champions of the parks, including donors, foundations, corporate partners, National Park Service …

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The Bristol Press – Teams have been chosen for the annual Sloper Plunge, which raises funds so families in need can send children to camp

SOUTHINGTON – Teams are forming for the 17th annual Sloper Plunge, which will see groups jump into the cold waters of Sloper Pond. The event raises funds so families in need can send their children to Camp Sloper this summer. The Sloper Plunge will be held on Saturday February 26 …

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Queensland COVID case today: Residents warned to prepare for ‘significantly higher’ numbers after more than 700 infections on Sunday

Queensland has detected 714 new cases of COVID-19 as authorities warn more infections will be diagnosed in the coming days. Chief Health Officer John Gerrard said the drop in the number of cases from the previous day follows a lull in testing on Christmas Day. In the video above, an …

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Castlemaine’s COVID-19 cases rise after school cluster outbreak

A cluster of schools at Castlemaine North Elementary School in the Victoria area isolated families over Christmas and continues to spread after students brought the virus to school last week. Key points: 63 cases are now linked to the Castlemaine North primary school cluster 53 students and two staff members …

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Community Responds to Help Ministry Support Children and Families in Rockingham | News

Santa greets a child during last year’s hometown Christmas drive-thru. Randy Priddy assembles one of over 100 bikes. Karen Mays, left, and Donna Scott spend hours wrapping teenage boxes with gifts for boys and girls ages 13-18. Bubba Edwards and Staci Evans, left to right, fill gift bags with socks, …

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Fountain of Youth Football Camp transmits the fundamentals

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – No matter the time of year, the chance for athletes to train and improve in their sport is always in season. On Saturday morning, more than 30 children aged 6-18 showed up at the Fountain of Youth Footwork football camp held at Eastside High School. From …

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Cambridge Public Library’s most viewed children’s titles in 2021

According to public library staff, Cambridge Public Library patrons viewed the youth titles listed below the most in 2021. The brief excerpts that follow each list may be from summaries written by the publisher. “Dog Man Series: Mothering Heights” by Dav Pilkey “Dog Man is out of luck, Petey confronts …

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For this theater director, a mission that goes beyond the stage

“It was what it was, and I knew the narrative as a black southerner,” he said, reflecting on the experience. It was the day after “Eubia! performance, and he was seated in his spacious office at the performing arts complex. We could hear the upbeat singing of a rehearsal of …

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City of Oakland | California State Parks awards $ 18 million to Oakland …

Date posted: December 13, 2021 at 1:46 PMLast update: December 13, 2021 at 1:50 p.m. Oakland, California – The City of Oakland received $ 18.2 million under the California State Parks Community Park Development and Community Revitalization Grant program to increase access to the outdoors, contribute to better quality of …

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‘Bangladesh War: Report from Ground Zero by Manash Ghosh’, journalist’s diary notes: The Tribune India

Manash gosh What the Jews were to Hitler, the Hindus were to Niazi. He would ask his troops to count the number of Hindus they had killed each day, so that a large official tally could be made at the end of the month. This would give a clear idea …

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Orange County and US Under-20 defenseman Kobi Henry look to impress with USMNT

Kobi Henry is one of the surprising names in the USMNT’s December roster, but the Orange County defenseman comes into the camp after a USL title with Orange County and a strong American U-20 camp. Brian Sciaretta from ASN spoke with Henry about his past before the meeting and his …

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A Way Home Kamloops Gears Up For Virtual Camp To End Youth Homelessness This Weekend

“Part of this [event funding] will continue the programming that we offer right now, and it will also be put in reserve for the programming that we will offer at Katherine’s Place, which we plan to fully inform young people – whether they are in our accommodation now, on our …

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Obituary: Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre

Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre GARDINER – Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre, 100, passed away peacefully at Woodlands Memory Care in Hallowell, Maine on Friday, December 3, 2021. Rosy was born on November 2, 1921 in North Connor, Maine, son of Albert and Mattie Santerre. The family then moved to Waterville. Rosy …

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