標題: died Sunday [打印本頁] 作者: 262gxwx0c 時間: 2013-5-30 19:26 標題: died Sunday
The Bret Harte Football Boosters are holding their eighth annual Golf Tournament Friday, June 21, at Forest Meadows with an 11:30 a.m. registration and 1 p.m. shotgun start. There will be dinner, raffle,p90x, and auction to follow golf, and a $10,000 Hole-In-One prize. The cost is $75 per player and format is four-player scramble. Sign-up and pay in-full by June 1 to be entered into a drawing to win your entry fees back in cash. Details and entry form can be found at .
Sometimes we lose sight of what the sports world is really all about: A diversion,ghd, sometimes fun and other times frustrating. But sports are not life or death. Unfortunately, we were reminded of this on December 14.
11:00 am : The S P 500 trades lower by 1.1% after its brief bounce was met with a second round of selling that pushed the major averages to fresh lows. Defensive sectors continue to lead to the downside as all four counter-cyclical groups trade with losses of at lea
J: Social Media Sites are a neat way to introduce ourselves to potential listeners and keep in touch with those who care to hear what's next for our band of misfits. But...so often it seems people will hear a name, click a button and feel they have done their part. Little do they know the real magic lies on stage and in the basements where real rock and conversation happens. Social media is a starting point, the proverbial tip of the iceberg for those willing to take the plunge.
TROY, Maine Brenda Klein,longchamppascherroses.com, 65,longchamps, formerly of Southbury, died Sunday, May 26, at home in Troy,longchamps, Maine,Chanel Outlet, surrounded by her family after a long and courageous battle with renal cell carcinoma. She was the wife of Charles Klein.Mrs. Klein was born October 10, 1947, in Woodbury, the youngest of six children of the late Herbert Benson and Elizabeth Benson. She grew up in Southbury and was a 1965 graduate of Southbury High School. She and her husband moved to rural Maine in 1992 to live the good life. She was a long-time employee of the Sebasticook Valley Health Care Facility.She enjoyed spending time with family,Chanel, her flower gardens, holidays, her dogs and weekends at the camp on Graham Lake.
Caregivers of someone with cancer are invited to join Florida Hospital Flagler for a Cancer Caregivers Support Group at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday for information, resources and support.