Monthly Archives: August 2021

Andrew Thomas Harper | Obituary

WINSTON SALEM – Andrew Thomas Harper, 48, entered Jesus’ presence on Friday, August 27, 2021 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Andy was born on October 1, 1972 in Forsyth County to Bud and Gaye Thomas Harper. He was originally from Kernersville and a graduate of Kerwin Christian School and …

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disc golf clinic in Lake City this weekend | New

LAKE CITY – When Jessica Ackerson first started learning disc golf, she was reluctant to do so. However, as she perfected her technique, she began to enjoy throwing records. Now she wants to pass this passion on to others. With the help of disc golf enthusiasts Chris Stronach, Aaron Mosher …

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Work continues on the Monarto Safari Park visitor center

Despite the restrictions, closures and wild weather, Monarto’s new visitor center is taking shape with the team from Mossop Construction + Interiors and Zoos SA celebrating the completion of the internal roof and adobe walls. Among the latest achievements is the completion of the roofing of interior spaces and adobe …

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Camp of the Saints: Day 20 Practice Notes and Observations

The Saints had a fairly brief practice on Tuesday afternoon following their preseason victory over the Jaguars in Monday Night Football. The team had an impressive start and performance from its starting squads, which mainly included connection Jameis Winston and Marquez Callaway. Here’s a look at what we saw for …

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Former U of L players visit fall camp

University of Louisville football coach Scott Satterfield said last month he wanted more former players to spend time with his current players. Satterfield said he believes it is essential for players in his roster to understand the history of the program. “We need more of these guys hanging around,” Satterfield …

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Roberts wins second Cal-Am crown

Winning once is good. But winning a second time is much better. Former Lakeview High star Kory Roberts won his second Calhoun County Amateur Golf Championship title at Binder Park Golf Course on Sunday. “I guess that just means the first one wasn’t a fluke,” Roberts said. “It’s nice to …

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What future for the Deepings leisure center?

The future of Deeping Recreation Center is still on the line, but residents are working hard to raise their voices to save the center. More than 8,000 people have now signed a petition set up by the residents of Deepings on August 6, to fight the move after residents said …

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Walk-in vaccination clinics open this weekend

The Health Service Executive is reopening a number of Covid-19 walk-in vaccination clinics across Ireland this weekend for anyone aged 16 or older who needs their first or second dose of vaccine . To attend one of these walk-in clinics without registering online in advance, people must provide their electronic …

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Parkland Crime Update: Stalking and Fraud

By Kevin Deutsch Thanks to our joint efforts with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates with residents, this is a summary of crimes and other incidents in Parkland through August 16, 2021. Criminal mischief On August 12, MPs responded to the delayed vandalism of a 2021 Cadillac SUV in …

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Base Camp: Volkswagen Golf GTI 2022

For most gearboxes, the humble Golf GTI represents the genesis of hot sedans. When he first appeared, he reversed the script for many, luring more than a few people out of their V8s and into a small, throwable car that still had the smiley meter on but was low on …

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Chalk bund approved at Benfield Valley Golf Course

CHALK dumped in a car park can be used to create a barrier after councilors unanimously backed an application to move it to a better position. Brighton Footgolf, based at the Benfield Valley Golf Course, secured planning permission to build bunds along the car park boundaries after tons of chalk …

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Life lessons through miniature golf

Thank goodness we are emerging from the pandemic and are able to get out and move. Thank goodness for the continued efforts of our program coordinator, Morgan Harris, and the staff at the Big Brothers Big Sisters regional central office, who have worked tirelessly to identify grant funds that encourage …

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Heron Heights welcomes students in person again on August 17

Heron heights By Jill Fox As the students prepare to return to school, Heron Heights Elementary is hosting a face-to-face meetup on Tuesday August 17th. Headmistress Merideth Weiss-Schnur said she was delighted to welcome back all returning students and to meet preschools and new children soon. Participants should arrive during …

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Bike for young people, sale of trunks, golf course, book fair

The City of Bloomington Volunteer Network is your source for local volunteer information. For a full list, visit BloomingtonVolunteerNetwork.org or call 812-349-3433. The inclusion of an organization in this list does not imply endorsement or support of the city for the activities or policies of the organization. Information and registration …

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Local files: Men’s Senior County Open, registrations | Sports

The Firebirds coaching staff, including head coach David Neff and graduate assistant Matt Torrence, will provide high school freshmen with direct senior education, in-depth NCAA coaching assessment and understanding clear student-athlete experience, both on and off the field. Check-in will be at 2:00 p.m. at Art Keller Field, followed by …

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Madson comments on masks – Times News Online

Posted on Aug 05, 2021 7:29 AM By SUSAN RUMBLE Special to the press In his first meeting as Parkland‘s new superintendent, Dr Mark Madson listened to an almost hour-long public commentary on whether or not masks should be required when school returns. for the new quarter. As the number …

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