1.Club Nomadic is hosting four days of concerts during Super Bowl weekend. Florida Georgia Line will perform at the club on Feb. 3. At Columbia, she directed the pediatric cardiac clinic from 1972 to 1990, becoming professor of clinical pediatrics in 1977. Columbia’s pediatric cardiology division, under the directorship of Dr. Julie A.
“It’s a dream come true,” she said. “Our former house was wonderful but it was at a point where we needed a bigger place, a newer place. I looked at pretty well everything in town that was big enough. Trojan girls cross country team ranked No. 7 in the latest OHSAA Division I state poll had just discovered that it defeated the state top ranked team Centerville to win the Greater Western Ohio Conference overall championship at the GWOC meet Saturday at Centerville High School. Troy, which easily won the GWOC American title, scored 49 points in the overall standings to defeat the runner up Elks 62..
President Somerville laid out a series of priorities for the year to come, including working closely with the federal government to develop long term and stable infrastructure investment strategies leading up to Budget 2017, while prioritizing our efforts on climate change. He outlined the importance of ensuring the rights and aspirations of Aboriginal peoples are fully acknowledged in municipal policies and practices. As well, President Somerville emphasized the importance of increasing the number of youth, women and new Canadians in municipal government..
We were headed to Pyramid Pass, the summit marking the Bob Marshall Wilderness boundary, one of the nearer accesses to the “Bob” from Seeley Lake, Montana. An awesome area, with the majestic Pyramid Peak north of the trail. The trail head starts up above Morrell Creek about 10 miles east and north of Seeley Lake.
IT WAS A PACKED HOUSE IN TIMBERLANE HIGH SCHOOL TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR THE STUDENTS AND THE SHOW. I WENT UP THERE WITH A PIECE OF PAPER HOPING TO READ IT WORD FOR WORD. I REALLY DIDN WANT TO. Work on implementing additional Five Points phases continues. In May, KCDC broke ground on Phase 2, a $13 million, 84 unit affordable housing complex for families to be built at Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and McConnell Street.
“There almost seemed to be a feel that if we stopped this (Pinewood School transition), we could stop the growth of our community to be inclusive of all cultures,” said DAARN co chair Beth Queau. “I think it really pointed out to a lot of people in the community that feel Dryden should be inclusive and why aren we? I think it made those people stop and think because a lot of people didn realize the other feelings in the community, from their neighbours and their friends. It was a kind of moment for a lot of people.”DAARN members found through anecdotal conversations that although First Nations people represent the largest identifiable cultural minority in Dryden, the hesitation to accept cultural diversity extended beyond the familiar dyad to a hesitance toward many differences.After a public showing of CBC documentary The 8th Fire, DAARN incorporated in October, aiming to create arenas in which Drydenites could learn about each other perspectives.”Through sharing, the truth comes out and knowledge improves,” explained co chair Patty Vann.