Representing the Maine Childrens Home for Little Wanderers, our grant writing team Rebecca Aliber, Josh Balk, Samantha Bassman, Margaret Hunziker, and Steve Mayberry requests 0,000 from the Learning By Giving Foundation to fund the Summer Camp Scholarship Program. This program, which was established in 1967, provides disadvantaged children across the entire state of Maine with the opportunity to grow as independent individuals in a safe environment. Due to the increase in poverty, the number of children eligible for camp scholarships has also grown, indicating a greater need for additional program funding.
The donor column lists the collection donor’s name; in the description column is a brief description of the items in the donation; the status column gives the donation’s accession number or collection number.Electronic finding aids are available for all processed collections. If an electronic finding aid is available for a collection, a link to the finding aid is provided in the status column of the guide. Small, folder sized accessions are referred to as MVF Files.
The Wright Brothers National Memorial grounds are open daily from 9:00 AM 5:00 PM. Reproduction strictly prohibited. Website Services and Consulting provided by LSI. If you are able to, you go to tango as many days a week as you can. Now that you think you can do the moves you want to get better. If there are not many classes in your area you watch YouTube.
A cool wind blew in from the west and the pine branches on the towering trees nearby swayed under the force. A light misty rain showered the scene and I could almost feel the cold penetrating the forest. I sipped at my tea to relish in a little more warmth and I thought about times like these when I was a boy growing up on the James Bay coast..
When Roald Amundsen in early spring 1909 asked captain Sem Jacobsen to construct a kite or similar that he could use to be lifted up from a ship to gain a better view over the ice, Prestrud was one of the test fliers. The man lifting kite was constructed with six seven kites in a row. Underneath there was a chair where the observer could direct the elevation with the help of lines.
A public library, being a public institution supported by taxpayer dollars and traditionally the primary source of information on the printed page should never ban anything. Like fluffyblonde says just because it there doens make you read it. The fact that it was there and isn any longer because it was “banned” creates a limit on free speech.