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80,000 Candles Greet Holidays – Times News Online

Published December 28, 2021 10:48 PM The neighborhood of Bethlehem was shone in a welcoming light during the 24th Annual Luminaria Night on December 19th Organizer, New Bethany Ministries. This year’s event was attended by over 4,000 households and companies as well as over 80,000 luminaries in the Lehigh Valley. …

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Mega Miss North East 2021 grand finale

Mega Miss North East 2021 Grand Finale announcedDate: December 29, 2021 :: Machchowa, Guwahati Mega Miss North East 2021 Grand Finale announced Sunsilk Mega Miss North East Grand Finale on December 29th Mega Entertainment, the largest fashion and pageant organizer in the northeast, announced the dates for the grand finale …

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Amir-Hossein Rahmati takes first place in the nationwide Koran competition of Iran

TEHERAN – Amir-Hossein Rahmati, a reciter from Golestan Province, took first place in the 44th edition of Iran’s nationwide Koran competition on Friday. This position qualifies him to participate in international Quran competitions around the world, organizers said at the closing ceremony of the competition in the Sureh Hall of …

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Scotch Plains-Fanwood Robotics took first place in the competition

SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD – Raider Robotics, the 25-member club from the Scotch Plains-Fanwood School District, hosted and entered its second competition on December 12th. The team ended up in the top half of their competitors, improved their average results from last month’s competition, and increased their placement from 17th to 9th …

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Kenosha County students shop with the Sheriff’s Deputies at the 29th Annual Shop With a Cop event | Local news

During this holiday season, some local children did their shopping from the Kenosha Police Department and from police officers and firefighters in the village of Pleasant Prairie. Last Saturday, it was the Kenosha County’s turn to play Santa Claus when school children were given the opportunity to shop with the …

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Inaugural Festival of Lights Monroe County

GILBERT, MONROE COUNTY (WBRE / WYOU) – At the first Festival of Lights at the West End Fairgrounds in Monroe County everyone was able to enjoy the lights, food and drinks. “Well, that started at my house eight years ago and I just decided to get bigger and better,” said …

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More than 1,000 riders travel to the shrine to the pilgrimage site | religion

Usually teeming with fast cars, Central Road in Des Plaines, Illinois, was empty just after noon on a Saturday, save for the police cars blocking the driveway. All that could be heard was the honking of the geese. Then came a faint knocking from the east, which grew louder and …

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Pampanga’s giant lanterns twinkle amid a pandemic

BREATHTAKING CHRISTMAS STARS. The Giant Lantern Festival 2020 will be the focus of the Robinsons Starmills in the town of San Fernando, Pampanga on Thursday evening (December 16, 2021). The annual festival was not held as a competition but as a virtual exhibition by lantern makers from the seven participating …

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The controversy surrounding the first windsurfer class world champion

The windsurfer class hosted the US National Championships in 1972 and 1973. The first world championship, a combined US national and world championship, took place in August 1974 at the North American Sailing Center on Association Island, New York. Bruce Matlack, the sailor who won the US Nationals in Mission …

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Holiday Basket Drive in Cedar Park is running

Holiday Basket Drive in Cedar Park is running December 13, 2021 The annual vacation basket Drive returned to Cedar Park in its usual format after a hiatus last year due to the pandemic. This is a great opportunity for neighbors to help other neighbors in need during the vacation. The …

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The Bristol Press – Vacation style pajamas and pancakes at Hillside Community Church

BRISTOL – Visitors and church members attended the Hillside Community Church Pajamas and Pancakes Christmas brunch on Saturday to celebrate the holidays, faith and fellowship with one another. “We wanted to plan a community event where everyone could come out and tell the story of Christmas, the birth of Jesus, …

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Car Club hosts the second annual Holiday Car Show Toy Drive and Giveaway

VACAVILLE – The Tradicionals Car Club, in collaboration with Downtown Vacaville Business Improvement District, Neighborhood Hope Dealer and local grill masters 2 Chubbz-NA-Rub, bring some Christmas cheer to families in need at the second annual Holiday Car Show Toy Drive and Giveaway. “Last year was a successful groundwork to bring …

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The Global Transition To Hybrid And Virtual Events – Investing In The Present To Thrive In The Future – Branding In Asia Magazine

The ongoing change from traditional to virtual event formats has been going on for a long time, but since the pandemic all gears have been switched to hyperdrive. When it came to the virtual water cooler, at some point we spoke of the COVID-19 pandemic as a “time machine into …

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Uhuru Flea Market – The Temple News

A seller returns his card to a customer during the One Africa One Nation Uhuru Flea Market pop-up market held on December 4th at the Lucien E. Blackwell Community Center | AMBER RITSON / THE TEMPLE NEWS Members of the West Philadelphia Ward gathered on December 4th at the newly …

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Governor announces temporary restrictions to protect NMI | news

(Governor’s Office) – Citing an increase in Covid-19 hospital admissions, Governor Ralph DLG Torres, the Governor’s Covid-19 Task Force, and Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. announced that the CNMI Covid-19 Emergency Policy has been amended to introduce new guidelines for face-to-face interactions, public gatherings, and vaccine verification to protect the health and …

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Everything you need to know about the college student basketball game – The Tide

The student and staff basketball game is an annual event that RM has hosted for over seven years. It includes a competitive basketball game that pits staff against students for the first time each year. It usually lasts from the second to the seventh hour and takes place in the …

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Downtown Parade of Lights for tonight on tap – WGAU

Tonight is parade night in Athens: The Downtown Parade of Lights begins at 7 a.m. and culminates in the lighting of the tree in front of the town hall. From the website of the Government of Athens-Clarke Co … The Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County and the Athens Downtown Development …

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Check out Andrew Cuomo’s testimony before AG state investigators

Video of the government at the time. Andrew Cuomo, who testifies against him in the Attorney General’s investigation for sexual harassment, shows a selectively forgetful, cocky, and often defiant board chairman – who at some point grins when his live TV flirt with a health department official is mentioned to …

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Angels in the outfield, organization lights 100 Christmas trees on the baseball field to remember loved ones lost

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – Around 100 Christmas trees line the Westland Hills baseball field in Albany. Each tree is a memorial to the deceased who cannot return to their families this Christmas season. “Our first tree is for my mother, who we lost in May when we were 92 years …

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Roast pork organizers are preparing for large attendance

Indian Creek High School FFA members cook pork chops that were served at last year’s Jim Rhoades Memorial Hog Roast. This year’s event will take place on December 2nd. DAILY JOURNAL FIL PHOTOS Vehicles lined the county festival grounds, patiently waiting for an opportunity to partake in one of the …

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Shrewsbury keeps Turkey Trot for remembrance

Runners cross the start line at this year’s Turkey Trot for the Memory in Shrewsbury. (Photos / Dakota Antelman) SHREWSBURY – More than 1,900 runners came out for the return of Shrewsbury’s turkey red to the Memory Road Race on November 25th. This was the 10th edition of the race …

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Find pre-sale codes for top events

Whether artist, band, sports team or comedian, there is no better feeling than attending an event live! If it’s a highly anticipated event, however, you know how difficult it will be to secure the right tickets. So what do you do under such circumstances? If you’re looking to book tickets …

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Memorial run commemorates the Pikeville Police Officer and helps the families of fallen public security officers

PIKEVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) – On Saturday, community members gathered in Pikeville to take a run and walk to remember a fallen official and to raise money for a Louisville-based organization that focuses on helping families of fallen public safety officers to support. Pikeville PD Officer Scotty Hamilton died on duty …

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Thousands are signing up for the New York Virtual Marathon to raise awareness of Russia’s ongoing aggression in Ukraine – The Ukrainian Weekly

Ukrainian paratroopers ran a marathon in the city of New York in eastern Ukraine in the Donetsk region to draw global attention to Russia’s ongoing aggression against Ukraine. Press service of the 81st Airmobile Brigade of Ukraine KYIV – More than 33,000 people have signed up to run a marathon …

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Astroworld Tragedy: Is Live Nation To Blame? | opinion

A tenth victim was pronounced dead during the 2021 Astroworld Festival. In what the New York Times defines as “one of the deadliest mass control disasters at a concert in the United States in many years,” Astroworld has caused great outrage. The extensive damage to attendees can be attributed in …

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Lakeside Live got off to a successful start despite the cold Saturday night | news

CITY OF PELL – Residents braved the cold this weekend to enjoy the first Lakeside Live Music Festival and Car Show on Saturday. Event organizer Casey Cambron said the event saw large crowds during the day, but the crowds thinned as the sun set and temperatures rose into the 1930s. …

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Body snapped from where it was going

When David Saunders, 98, died of COVID-19 in late August, his family donated his body to Med Ed Labs for medical and scientific research. But KING-TV in Portland, Oregon reports that Med Ed sold the body to Jeremy Ciliberto, the organizer of the Oddities and Curiosities Expo, which is touring …

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Efforts to Find the Missing South Idaho Boy Next | Idaho

The Fruitland community continues to work together to find a 5-year-old boy named Michael Vaughan who was reported missing on July 27th. For the past three months, the Fruitland Police, state law enforcement officers, and the community have been searching tirelessly for Vaughan. Community members plan to hold a painting …

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72 hour truce weekend in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – Local activists urge the community to lay down arms this weekend, advocating a 72-hour ceasefire. They began their advance on Friday morning at 12:01 p.m. at Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis with a prayer and vigil for those who lost their lives in the city’s deadliest year of …

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Downtown Derby is Halloween weekend

The Downtown Derby runs to Marble Falls on Halloween weekend October 30-31. The family-friendly soap box races are free for spectators. “We’re super excited,” said event organizer Mary Kay Ragan. “We’re really excited to see new faces and people who have raced in the past. There are several people who …

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Rigby hosts Toys for Tots parade

RIGBY, Idaho (KIFI) – The first annual Toys for Tots parade made its way to east Idaho on Saturday, and it wasn’t just your standard parade. This time everyone was on horseback. A concept that event organizer Steve Simmons implemented last year. “I only moved here from New Mexico two …

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Events in mid-October | myMotherLode.com

Several events and fundraising drives are planned for the Mother Lode this weekend. Tomorrow, October 15, the Sierra Foothills are hosting Residential Care Dinner On The Run, a drive-through spaghetti dinner. There’s macaroni and cheese for kids, and you don’t have to go without the car door service from your …

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Free breakfast for educators at McDonald’s

McDonald’s owners and operators in the Houston area invite local school teachers, administrators, and staff to a complimentary breakfast in recognition and appreciation for their temporary and temporary contributions to their communities – both in and out of the classroom – over the past year. All educators – teachers, administrators, …

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The organizers of the East Palo Alto community are running a brake light clinic and an extinguishing workshop

Located in Santa Clara County, Black and Latinx residents are prosecuted disproportionately for criminal offenses and administrative offenses. Many residents of East Palo Alto who Has Historically marginalized due to discriminatory housing practices dating back to the 1960s, saying they are the target of overzealous enforcement of minor violations. Fiani …

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Costume contest offers early Halloween fun | Local news

While Pumpkin Fest continues to celebrate 25 strong years within the St. Joseph Congregation, contestants and contestants had the opportunity to take home some prizes on Saturday morning as the festival hosted its annual costume contest and parade. While the pumpkin festival fairgrounds were filled with costumes from all walks …

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Police host Faith and Blue events | news

The Muskogee Police Department is working with the city’s religious leaders to involve the community in several activities over the next few days. Activities are planned for Faith and Blue Weekend as part of a national initiative aimed at building a more engaged community. “It’s a kind of national night …

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A New Look at Mental Health – The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Deja Banner, a Junior Behavioral Neuroscience Major, is attending Fresh Check Day organized by Counseling Services. (Daniel Passapera) Because students’ mental stability is often put on hold in favor of a busy schedule, a day of study and self-care is necessary when students enter the sixth week of class. Quinnipiac …

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Taiwan’s KMT chairman receives flak for poor response to AIDA flag incident | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former Taiwanese diplomat Liu Shih-chieh (劉仕傑) hailed Kuomintang (KMT) chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) on Friday (October 1) for his lackluster response to China’s interference at the 27th International Association for the development of World Cup of Apnea Depth (AIDA). Chu had a. made Facebook post He …

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Egyptian women ride bikes to break taboos

CAIRO, Oct. 2 (Xinhuanet) – Dozens of Egyptian women bikers crossed a highway in the capital, Cairo, to encourage more women to take the plunge and get on two wheels. During a one-day event, women of different ages drove their motorcycles and scooters around 30 km on the Cairo-Suez motorway …

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Kingston cyclists gather for active locomotion

Article content Cyclists, skateboarders and unicyclists will ride together to show their support for safer roads. Article content This Saturday, the Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation is holding a bicycle rally starting at 3 p.m. in McBurney Park to advocate for safer roads for active transportation in Kingston. The event …

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UMass students voice outrage over racism and sexual assault in an open forum with the Chancellor – Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Around 200 students filled the student union’s ballroom to request a change from the university A panel of administrators from the University of Massachusetts hosted an open forum Tuesday on sexual assault in response to allegations made against the Theta Chi Brotherhood last week. Around 200 students took part in …

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The Columbus Marathon will be held directly in 2021

Last year the marathon was canceled due to a coronavirus pandemic. Columbus, Ohio – Athletes, volunteers, and others have negative evidence of a full vaccination or negative COVID-19 test ahead of the National Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon and 1/2 Marathon next month. Must be shown. The announcement is from the …

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