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11 Dec 18

The context: Africa in the mainstream Last May British-Ghanaian designer Ozwald Boateng hailed the era of “Africanism” from the pages of Vogue UK [https://www.vogue.co.uk/gallery/ozwald-boateng-africanism] claiming a spot in the limelight for the generation of Africans who are diversifying fashion with works that foreground their heritage and individuality. Indeed the 2010s are the decade African fashion made it […]

11 Dec 18
Longreads

Some fans prefer small club shows, others like arena rock shows, but do we care what the bands prefer?

11 Dec 18
WHNT.com

[ooyala player_id=”725383065a3c4c6a8e6c9b813bd1b5df” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”Z4b3E6Znlm3aMDYdiYnaZBBc2sss” code=”Z0bDZ1ZzE6POyZ_B1uSRREJdox2PdCKl”] MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – A Madison County family is without a home this morning after a fire destroyed the house. It happened on Hammond Road in the Harvest area around 1:00 this morning. We understand there were people inside the home when the fire started, but they were […]

11 Dec 18
Boston Herald
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(Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) DECEMBER 3, 2018: Jonathan Paecht – boys soccer – Holliston – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 4, 2108: Cameron Emde-Gerdine – boys soccer – Concord-Carlisle – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 3, 2018: Walisson deOliveira – boys soccer – Milford – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 3, 2018: Sancho Maroto – boys soccer – Lexington – Boston Herald All-Scholastics BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Francesco Valagussa, Arlington, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Evan Pacheco, Seeking, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Gage Fuller, Wayland, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Milton Castro, Somerville, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Joseph Thongsythavong, st. Mary’s, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Jonathan Rodrigues, Saugus, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Aidan Murray, Walpole, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Ptrick McMahon, Silver Lake soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Walter Flores, East Boston, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Marcus Voss, Bedford, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Leonardo Teixeira Brockton, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Josh Rubin, Masconomet, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Joe Mepham, Lincoln-Sudbury, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Oskar Haeberlein, Wellesley soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Michael Garcia, New Bedford Vo Tech, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Edson Fernandes, Quincy, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Zachary Davis, St johns prep, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Jesus Batiz, Boston International, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) Boys soccer All-Scholastics, 2018 JESUS BATIZ, BOSTON INTERNATIONAL The senior forward used his blazing speed and scoring prowess to put together another sensational season. Batiz tallied 31 goals and added three assists, and for the second straight season, he was named the Boston City League Player of the Year. He scored over 70 goals for BI in his career and plays club soccer for American Scores. MILTON CASTRO, SOMERVILLE The senior defender was an integral component for the Highlanders, leading the way to a 14-2-4 mark that also resulted in a Northeastern Conference title. Castro scored six goals and added 10 assists this season, while anchoring Somerville’s defense. After being an a Greater Boston League All-Star the past two seasons, he was named the NEC MVP this year. ZACHARY DAVIS, ST. JOHN’S PREP An adept playmaker, the junior forward netted eight goals and added 13 assists for the Div. 1 North finalist Eagles. For his efforts, he was an EMSCA All-State selection and was named a Catholic Conference All-Star. Davis is also a member of the Arabic Culture Club and enjoys fishing. WALISSON DE OLIVEIRA, MILFORD The junior forward played an immense role for the Scarlet Hawks and shouldered much of the scoring load by tallying 22 goals and seven assists. He was an EMSCA All-New England selection and was named the Hockomock League MVP. He is currently tied for most career points in program history. CAMERON EMDE-GERDINE, CONCORD-CARLISLE The senior striker earned All-American honors as he scored 19 goals and added 10 assists for 29 points in leading the Patriots to a 14-3-3 record and a berth in the Div. 2 North semifinals. Last year, Emde-Gerdine was part of a Concord-Carlisle which captured the Div. 2 state championship. EDSON FERNANDES, QUINCY The Presidents’ relied on the senior forward’s offensive ability and Fernandes delivered in his final season. He scored 13 goals to go along with eight assists to be named the Patriot League Fisher Division MVP. Fernandes also an EMSCA All-State selection. He hopes to study business in college. GAGE FULLER, WAYLAND The senior center midfielder played a pivotal role in the Warriors’ run to a second Div. 3 state title in three years this season. Fuller scored six goals and added three assists as he was named a Dual County League All-Star for a third straight year. Fuller was also named an EMSCA All-State selection. Also a state champion tennis player, Fuller is Wayland’s student body vice president. MICHAEL GARCIA, GREATER NEW BEDFORD VOKE In his final season with the Bears, the senior forward found the back of the net with an astounding regularity. The South Coast Conference MVP and EMSCA All-New England selection registered 32 goals and 17 assists. A three-time EMSCA All-Star, Garcia finished his illustrious career with 76 goals and 59 assists. OSKAR HAEBERLEIN, WELLESLEY The junior right winger made quite the leap in play after a one goal sophomore campaign by scoring 14 goals and adding 11 assists this season for the Div. 1 South champions. For his efforts, he was named the Bay State Conference Carey MVP and placed on the EMSCA All-New England team. Haeberlein plays club soccer for Global Premier Soccer. SANCHO MAROTO, LEXINGTON The senior forward continued to shine for the Minutemen with another dominant season by scoring 18 goals and adding 14 assists. For his efforts, Maroto earned an EMSCA All-New England selection. The 2017 Middlesex League MVP finished his career with 64 goals. PATRICK McMAHON, SILVER LAKE The senior striker and midfielder tallied 16 goals and 14 assists this season and finished his career with 43 goals and 31 assists, good for second all-time in points in program history. The Patriot League Keenan MVP for the 18-1-1 Lakers, McMahon earned EMSCA All-New England recognition. He is also a National Honor Society and student council member. JOE MEPHAM, LINCOLN-SUDBURY It was another stellar season for the junior midfielder as he was a key contributor to the Div. 1 North champion Warriors. Mepham netted 12 goals to go along with nine assists to be named a Dual County League All-Star for the second consecutive year. He was also named to the EMSCA All-State team. AIDAN MURRAY, WALPOLE A staple in the Rebels lineup, the three-year starting senior midfielder tallied 12 goals and six assists this season. He was named a Bay State Conference All-Star for the second time and earned an EMSCA All-State selection. Murray is also a starting infielder on the Walpole baseball team and is a member of National Honor Society. EVAN PACHECO, SEEKONK The senior defensive center midfielder starred again this season for the 16-1-4 Warriors. Pacheco scored seven goals and added nine assists to earn South Coast Conference All-Star and EMSCA All-State honors. He plays club soccer for Bayside FC NPL and is a member of Portuguese National Honor Society. JONATHAN PAECHT, HOLLISTON The go-to scorer for the Div. 3 South champion Panthers, the senior forward turned in a sensational season by scoring 27 goals and dishing out eight assists. He was named to the EMSCA All-State team. Paecht finished his career with 45 goals and 21 assists. SHAMAR RAINFORD, BC HIGH The senior forward provided steady goal production for the Div. 1 South finalist Eagles by scoring 17 goals and recording six assists. He earned EMSCA All-State recognition and was named the Catholic Conference MVP. Rainford plans to play collegiate soccer and is a member of the school’s diversity cabinet. WALTER FLORES REYES, EAST BOSTON The senior striker turned in a sensational final season for the Jets by scoring 19 goals an adding six assists. He lifted the Jets to a Boston City League title with a hat trick in the league championship game and was named the BCL tournament Most Outstanding Player. He recorded 32 goals and 14 assists over the past two seasons and plays club soccer for Boston Scores. JONATHAN da FONSECA RODRIGUES, SAUGUS Whenever the Sachems needed a scoring spark, they could count on Rodrigues who tallied 12 goals and 13 assists in his final season. He helped lead Saugus to back-to-back state tournament appearances for the first time in 20 years. He was named to the EMSCA All-State team. Rodrigues plays club soccer for GPS North Shore 2000 elite. JOSH RUBIN, MASCONOMET The senior forward took care of the scoring department for the Chieftains by tallying 32 goals along with nine assists. He earned EMSCA All-State honors and was named a Cape Ann League All-Star. Rubin finished second all-time in scoring in program history with 61 goals and 17 assists. He is a member of National Honor Society and DECA. ABDEL TALABI, NAUSET The senior center back played a starring role in Nauset’s undefeated run to its second Div. 2 state title in three years this season. For his tremendous defensive play along with recording seven goals and four assists, Talabi was named an EMSCA All-American. The Atlantic Coast League Player of the Year was a four-year starter and went 82-3-1 over that span. LEONARDO TEIXEIRA, BROCKTON Despite missing some time due to injury, the dynamic senior forward still put together a stellar season for the Boxers by scoring 19 goals to go along with four assists. He earned EMSCA All-State and Big Three All-Star recognition. Teixeira plays club soccer for Valeo FC. JOSEPH THONGSYTHAVONG, ST. MARY’S The senior center midfielder provided a balanced offensive output for the Div. 4 North champion Spartans this season by scoring 21 goals and assisting on 23 others. For his efforts, he was named a Catholic Central League MVP along with earning a EMSCA All-New England selection. Thongsythavong is a National Honor Society member. FRANCESCO VALAGUSSA, ARLINGTON A three-year starter, the senior midfielder continued to produce in his final season with 16 goals and 12 assists for the Div. 2 North champion Spy Ponders. Valagussa was an EMSCA All-State selection and was named the Middlesex League MVP after leading the league in scoring. He is a National Honor Society member. MARCUS VOSS, BEDFORD The junior forward led the way for the Dual County League Small champion Buccaneers by scoring 11 goals and adding three assists. For his efforts, he was named the DCL MVP and earned an EMSCA All-State selection. Aside from playing soccer, Voss is a part of the swimming and diving team. Boys soccer all-stars BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Michael Palumbo, Jeren Pinmental, Danny Ramirez (Latin Academy); Nixon Arriola, Jesus Batiz, Scardino Volmar (Boston International); Ricardo Evora, Jay Barreto Monteiro, Dave Saindrin (Brighton); Brener Cardoso, Rivaldo DaSilva, Paulo Goncalves (Burke); Clevar Burton, Woodson Mimy (CASH); Marlon Maldonado, Jason Gil Martinez, Jose Membreno (Charlestown); Milton Alfaro, Roberto Dubon, Walter Flores (East Boston); Joao Barros, Clayton Gomes, Rohnilson Semedo (Madison Park); Melkin Arzo, Paulo Sergio Mendes, Tevin McKenzie (New Mission); Daniel Cano, Abner DeLeon, Kristian Dhamo (O’Bryant); Cristhian Aguliar, Jaime Chicas Miguel, Aidan Shea (Snowden); Nickolson Alexis, Wendy Bigor, Stevenson Cadet (Tech Boston); Louvensky Aly, Siloy Blanchet, Xavier Fleury (West Roxbury). CAPE AND ISLANDS Mario Reyes, Chris Amaya, Charlie Clarke, Vanius Valentuevicius (Nantucket); Emmanuel Da Silva, Matheus Brito, Luidi De Oliveira, Morgan Estrella (Martha’s Vineyard); Clif Wilson, Logan Routhier, A.J. Williams (Monomoy); Noah Smith, Will Furtado, Aidan Smith (Sturgis East); Max Cho, Zach Raye, Patrick O’Gara (Sturgis West); Andrew Cassidy, Cam Shores (St. John Paul); Parker Cleary, Thomas Earley (Falmouth Academy); Owen Williams, Justin Trimberger (Rising Tide); Ricky Goncalves (Cape Cod Tech); Chris Kenney (Cape Cod Academy). MVP: Mario Reyes (Nantucket) CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Shamar Rainford, Jack Linnehan, Brendan Kennedy, Luke Reid, Tomas Trejo (BC High); Peter Danis, Cristian Buckley, Jake Surette, Will Andrews, Zach Davis (St. John’s Prep); Trevor Gleason, Matt Mancini, Dominec Bettinelli, Lorenzo Mancini (Xaverian); Liam Barrett, Nate Frye, Robert McCabe (Malden Catholic); Ronan Hurley, Ryan Larson (Catholic Memorial). MVP: Shamar Rainford COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE LARGE: Jose Gutierrez, Roberto Portillo, Angel Contreras, Gabriel Garcia, Delmer Romero (Chelsea); Gavin Pigott, Mike Reppucci, Jason Myers, Jared Rizzo, Jose Cruz (Shawsheen); Geo Ramirez, Thomas Khaipi, Cristian Herrera, Daniel Zacarias (Lynn Tech); Juan Correa, Franklin Fuentes, Ariel Pineda (Northeast); Carlos Nicolau, Jared Marchand, Matt Barbosa, Enrico Nuttoli (Greater Lowell). MVP: Jose Gutierrez SMALL: Lukas Drahos, Soufyane Missbah, Steven Nguyen, Ethan Nguyen, Alex Maher, Anthony Russo-Penta, Matt Mail, Nicholas Sokolovic (Mystic Valley); Simon Strzepek, Devon Silva, Eddie Nazzaro, Sam Jenkins (Essex Tech); Ethan Rousseau, Josh O’Brien, Shane Rafferty, Kyle Eddy (Whittier); Moises Deleon, Louis Galligani, Anderson Perez (Greater Lawrence); Jake Dionne, Otto Radenmacher, Fahad Khan (Minuteman); Matthew Venti, Davidson Fleming, Dan Baxter (Nashoba Tech). MVP: Lukas Drahos DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Cam Emde-Gerdine, Alex McMorrow, Kyle Jackson, Blaise Siefer, Will Patterson (Concord-Carlisle); Ben Ryan, Matt Ward, Conner Lachman, Ryan Mulcahey. Joe Mepham (Lincoln-Sudbury); Massin Tizi-Ougdal, Jamie Haufler (Acton-Boxboro); Isaac-John Enelamah, Dennis Pecherskiy (Newton South); Spencer Estridge, Noah Cherry (Westford Academy); Rory Millar (Cambridge) MVP: Cam Emde-Gerdine. SMALL: Marcus Voss, Dexter Kennedy, Joe Watson, Chris Venuti, Jeff Mascoli (Bedford); Gage Fuller, Nick Smith, Andrew D’Amico, Mateos Norian (Wayland); Casey Shay, Michael Delduchetto, David Dangond (Weston); Owen Murray, Alex Kim (Boston Latin) MVP: Marcus Voss EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Nichalas Hiotelis, Gavin Youngclaus, Duncan Youngclaus (Coyle-Cassidy); Aidan Corrigan, Ryan Enright, Ryan Hart, Sean Murphy, Thomas Potenza (Bishop Feehan); Evan Peek, Keenan Cooney, Will Cabral, Declan Markey (Bishop Stang). HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Matthew Wang, Ethan Kantor (Sharon); Colin Milliken, Haendel Louhis (Oliver Ames); Nic Beigel, Dylan Barreira, Joseph Cusack (Foxboro); Joseph Hilf, Kyle Briere (North Attleboro); Walisson DeOlivera, Joseph Madden, Joao Boaventura (Milford); Nitin Chaudhury, Tim Duval (Franklin); Will Halben, Andre Menard (Attleboro); Luke Savoie, Ethan Brill-Cass, Samuel Nugent (Mansfield); Zachary White, Tony Bozza (King Philip); Carter Gerome (Stoughton); Brett Beaulieu (Taunton); Griffin Roach, Paul Corcoran, Paolo Ruggeri (Canton). MVP: Walisson DeOlivera MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Evan Arpin (Andover); John McCarthy (Central Catholic); Joshua Ofosu, Zachary Hardy (Chelmsford); George Zuleta, Jaime DiGiovanni (Lowell); Peter Coufos, Ryan McDonald, Nathaniel D’Entremont (North Andover); Michael Bragg, Stephen Harris (Billerica); Brendan Davis, James Meli, Matt Robichaud (Dracut); Fritz Kleiner (Haverhill); Anthony Gaitian (Lawrence); Daniel Pierre Louis (Methuen); Franklin Velasquez-Aguilar, Lucas Frost (Tewksbury). MVP: Ryan McDonald, James Meli MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Sancho Maroto, Jaeho Chung, Knut Lundstrom, Karl Vernet, Dylan Corbett (Lexington); Francesco Valagussa, Sean Connelly, Tiago Gomes, Nick Karalis (Arlington); Nate MacDonald, Giro Dibiase, Ben Von Hale, Matt Schneller (Winchester); Seamus Dullaghan, Tomas Griffen. Jorge Meija Guzman (Belmont); Thomas Allardi, Alex Katsoufis, Matt Pepi (Reading); Nico Corteggiano (Woburn) MVP: Francesco Valagussa FREEDOM: Luke Murphy, Chris Iannetta, Alex Egan, Jafiah Edwards, Rodrigo Freitas, Ruben Sara (Watertown); Miguel Contreras, Tarekegn O’Neill, Anthony Bilbilian, Fabrice Francois (Melrose); John Summers, Eric Keefe (Wakefield); Mike DiLeo, Peter Meade (Stoneham); Cam Martin, Andrew Days (Wilmington); Tim Pinkham (Burlington) MVP: Alex Egan NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Milton Castro, Fernando Guerra, Alexis Figueroa (Somerville); Mike Tansey, Johnny Alves (Peabody); Aaron Vaz, Kendy Prince (Medford); Kevin Jordan (Danvers); Bryce Visnick (Beverly); Kevin Coffey (Swampscott); Damir Omerovic, Harry Paiva (Revere). MVP: Milton Castro, Johnny Alves SOUTH: Anthony Suazo, Elijah Elliott (Gloucester); Edward Santos, Quinn Galante-Barrett (Salem); Waldir Yaczavika, Jeffson Malachie (Malden); Alex Ixlaj, Daniel Cortes, Gabriel Novoa (Lynn Classical); Jaylin Cordes (Winthrop); Henrique DaSilva, Andydavens Elysee (Everett). MVP: Anthony Suazo PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Patrick McMahon, Justin Keating, Colin Canniff, James Gallagher, Alex Loyd, Cole Whidden (Silver Lake); Thomas Grosskopf, Kyle Bryant, Blake Murphy, James Durkin, Nicholas Lynch (Hingham); Will Poreda, Matt Gill, James Guiliano (Duxbury); Mike Tocci, Jack Post (Plymouth North); Steve Kelly (Whitman-Hanson). MVP: Patrick McMahon FISHER: Charlie Blacker, Adrian Ramirez-Etienne, Kevin Farwell, Aaron Nelson, John Fogerty, Gabriel Ramirez-Etienne (Scituate); Edson Fernandes, Theo Fox, Sheelens Ostine, Aaron O’Toole (Quincy); Jake Heyl, James Clarkson, Caleb Pongratz, Sam Perkins (Hanover); Brian Flaherty, Mike Hendriksen (Pembroke); Sean Walsh (Plymouth South). MVP: Edson Fernandes TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE John Muckstadt, George Beninati (Dover-Sherborn); Jake Heihsel, Evans Djohan, Patrick Mejia, Ty Cotting, Jonny Paecht (Holliston); Troy Newman, Luke Fargerson, Kyle Regan, Matt Kaplan (Medway); Will O’Brien, Kyle Houlihan, Derek Alexander, Brian Sullivan (Norton); Michael teDuits (Westwood); Brennan White, Owen Previte (Medfield); Evan Travis (Ashland); Lucas Drons (Bellingham); Kyle Wilcox (Millis); McCallum Lind (Hopkinton); Kevin McDonough (Dedham). MVP: John Muckstadt, Jonny Paecht
11 Dec 18
Angela's Opinion

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11 Dec 18
Red Bluff Daily News
Tuesday Red Bluff Community Basic Life Saving: 6-10 p.m., St. Elizabeth Community Hospital Columba Room, 529-8031 Cribbage Club: 5 p.m., Lariat Bowl, call 527-4606 Homeschool Support Group: 7 p.m., North Valley Baptist Church, 345 David Ave. International Order of the Rainbow for Girls: 6:45 p.m., Masonic Hall, 822 Main St. 527-6715 Low Impact Aerobics: 8-9 a.m., $1, Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., 527-8177 Oak Creek Women’s Golf Club: 8 a.m., 2620 Montgomery Road, 529-0674 PAL Kickboxing: 6 p.m., 1450 Schwab St., 529-8716 Penny Bingo: 9:30 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Photo club: 6 p.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., 528-8066 Pinochle for Seniors: noon to 4 p.m., 1500 S. Jackson St., free, 527-8177 Red Bluff Emblem club: 7 p.m., Elks Lodge, 355 Gilmore Road Red Bluff Elementary School District Board: 5:30 p.m., 1755 Airport Blvd., 527-7200 Red Bluff Rotary: noon, Elks Lodge Take Off Pounds Sensibly TOPS: 10 a.m., First United Methodist Church, 525 David Ave., 529-3312 or 529-1414 Tehama 4-H: 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, Pine St., 527-3101 Tehama County Board of Supervisors: 10 a.m., 727 Oak St. Tehama County Fish and Game Commission: 8 a.m., Department of Agriculture, Walnut Room, 1834 Walnut St. Tehama County Genealogical and Historical Society: 2 p.m., library, 527-6677 Tehama County Tea Party Patriots: 6 p.m., Grange Hall, 20794 Walnut St. Tehama County Young Marines Parent Meeting: 5:30-7 p.m., 332 Pine St., 366-0813 US citizenship preparation class: 5:30-8:30 p.m., Red Bluff High School Adult Ed building, 1295 Red Bud, 736-3308 Westside 4-H: 7 p.m., Reeds Creek School gym, 527-3101 WWE self defense training for women: 5:30-7 p.m., 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C Corning Bilingual Computer Class: 9-11 a.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 City Council: 6:30 p.m., City Hall, 794 Third St. Communication & Healthy Relationships: 9-11 a.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Soccer training: 4-6 p.m., Woodson School Soccer Field, 150 N Toomes, 824-7680 Tuesday Art Group,: 1-4 p.m., Corning Senior Center, 1015 Fourth Ave. Women’s Support Group: 6 p.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Gerber El Camino 4-H: 7 p.m., Gerber School cafeteria, 527-3101 El Camino Irrigation District: 6 p.m., 8451 99W, 385-1559 Los Molinos Los Molinos Women’s Club meeting: 1 p.m., Veterans Hall, 7900 Sherwood Blvd. School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m. Los Molinos Elementary School, First Steps Building, 7700 Stanford Ave., free, 384-7833 – September through May only Manton Manton 4-H: 7 p.m., Manton Grange, 527-3101 Cottonwood Evergreen School Board: 5 p.m., 19500 Learning Way Wednesday Red Bluff Community Dance: 7-10 p.m., Westside Grange, 20794 Walnut St. Overeaters Anonymous: 6:30-7:30 p.m., St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Russell room, 528-8937 PAL Martial Arts Women’s Self Defense: 5:30-6:30 p.m., 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C, 840-0345 Parks and Recreation Commission: 7 p.m., City Hall, 555 Washington St., 527-8177 Penny Bingo: 9:30 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Red Bluff Cemetery District Board of Trustees: 4 p.m., Oak Hill Cemetery office Red Bluff Kiwanis: noon, Elks Lodge, 355 Gilmore Road Soroptimist International: 5:30 p.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Tehama County Library story time: 9:30 a.m., 545 Diamond Ave., 527-0604, except August Tehama County Mosquito Abatement District: noon, 11861 99W Tehama Shooters Association: 6:30 p.m., Red Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. 527-8727 The Truth About Drugs class: 6-8 p.m., Tehama County Department of Education, free US citizenship preparation class: 5:30-8:30 p.m., Red Bluff High School Adult Ed building, 1295 Red Bud, 736-3308 Weight Watchers meeting: 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Hampton Inn, 1-800-651-6000 Widowed Persons Association of Red Bluff : 8 a.m. breakfast, 1 p.m. cards, call 366-1773 for location Y-FI Middle and High School Youth Group: 6:30-8 p.m., North Valley Baptist Church, 345 David Ave., 527-0543 Corning Corning Union Elementary School board meeting: 7 p.m., 1590 South St., 824-7700 Corning Rotary: noon, Rolling Hills Casino, Timbers Steak House, 2655 Barham Ave. VFW Charity Bingo: 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial Hall, 1620 Solano St., 824-5957 Los Molinos Alcoholics Anonymous: 7 p.m., 25157 Josephine St. Bible Study: 1 p.m., Sherwood Manor, 7975 Sherwood Blvd., all welcome, 347-1330 Chamber of Commerce: 6:30 p.m., 7904 State Route 99E Narcotics Anonymous: 7-8 p.m., 25204 Josephine St. Cottonwood Cottonwood Library Story Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 3427 Main St., 347-4818 School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m., Evergreen Elementary School, Room 30, 19415 Hooker Creek Road, free, 528-7348 – September through May only Thursday Red Bluff American Legion and VFW Dinner: 5-7 p.m., Veterans Hall on Oak Street, open to the public Antelope School Board: 6 p.m., 22600 Antelope Blvd. California Heat Chorus – Sweet Adelines: 7 p.m., Grace Community Fellowship, 598 Roundup Ave., 521-8037, all women who sing are welcome Communication and Healthy Relationships: 6-8 p.m., Family Resource Center, 529-1500, Ext. 118 HICAP Counseling: 1-3 p.m., by appointment, 1-800-434-0222 Imagination Train story hour: 4 p.m., library La Leche League: 11 a.m., Sunrise Bible Fellowship, 956 Jackson St., 347-0562 Low Impact Aerobics: 8-9 a.m., $1, Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., 527-8177 Nurturing Parent Classes: 3-5 p.m., Bridgeway Community Church, 345 David Ave., free, meal provided, 527-8491, Ext. 3068 Painting session, Red Bluff Art Association: 10 a.m., Tehama District Fairground, 529-1603 PAL Martial Arts: ages 5-18, 10 a.m. to noon, 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C, free, 529-7950 Penny Bingo: 9:30 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Phoenix Community Support Group: 11:30 a.m., Presbyterian Church, 838 Jefferson St., 945-2349 Pinochle for Seniors: noon to 4 p.m., 1500 S. Jackson St., free, 527-8177 Red Bluff Exchange Club: noon, M&M Ranch House, 645 Antelope Blvd. #1 Red Bluff Lions Club: 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial, 527-6616 Senior Chair Volleyball: 1 p.m. Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Sunrise Speakers Toastmasters: 6 p.m., Jackson Heights School Swinging Squares Square Dance Club: 7 p.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., beginner or review classes, 529-1615 Tehama County Health Partnership: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Ward McCauley Room Tehama County Planning Commission Workshop: 9 a.m., 727 Oak St., 527-2200 Tehama Tomorrow: 6 p.m., Lariat Bowl, 685 S. Main St., 347-4923, all are welcome Widowed Persons Association of Red Bluff dinner: 5 p.m., call 366-1773 for location Women’s Domestic Violence Information and Support Group: call for time and location, 528-0226 Corning Bilingual Computer Class: 9-11 a.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Communication & Healthy Relationships: 9-11 a.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Corning Friends of the Library: 2 p.m., 740 Third St. Degree of Pocahontas Silver Cloud Council #168: 7 p.m. Independent Grange 470, 20945 Corning Road, 824-1114 Domestic Violence Information and Support Group: call for group time and location, 528-0226 Dual Diagnosis Group: 1:30-3 p.m., 1600 Solano St., 527-8491, Ext. 3309 Health Talk and Diabetes Support Group: noon to 1 p.m., Senior Center, 1015 4th Ave. School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m. West Street Elementary School, K-3 room, 900 West St., free, 528-7348 – September through May only Soccer training: 4-6 p.m., Woodson School soccer field, 150 N Toomes Ave., 824-7680 Cottonwood Cottonwood Creek Watershed Board of Directors: 5:30 p.m., 3645 Main St., 347-6637 Friday Red Bluff Celebrate Recovery: 7 p.m., High Point Assembly of God, 625 Luther Road, 527-0445 Interview Workshop-Work First: Call Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Red Bluff Rotary Club Sunrise: 7 a.m., M&M Ranch Resume Workshop-Work First: Red Bluff, call Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 School Readiness Play Group: ages 0-2 9 a.m., ages 3-4 10 a.m., Jackson Heights Elementary School, Room 21, 225 Jackson St., free, 527-7214 – September through May only Corning Car Show: 5-9 p.m., Bartels Giant Burger, 22355 Corning Road, local car clubs welcome, 824-2788 ESL/Citizenship Class: 9-11 a.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Los Molinos Narcotics Anonymous: 7-8 p.m., 25204 Josephine Ave. Saturday Red Bluff Farmers market: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., River Park, EBT, debit and credit cards accepted Widowed Persons Association of Red Bluff: noon, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Jefferson and Elm, 366-1773 Cottonwood Airplane display: 8 a.m. to noon, Lake California Airpark. Entrance for the public is available with a valid ID. 347-6712 Tehama Tehama County Museum: 1-4 p.m., 275 C St., tours on other days by appointment, 384-2595 or tcmuse@tehama.net Sunday Red Bluff AA Live and Let Live: noon and 5:30 p.m., 785 Musick St., seven days a week except Thursday meets at 8 p.m. Al-Anon New Comers At Heart: 6:30-7:30 p.m., Presbyterian Church, 838 Jefferson St., Room 3 Cottonwood Airplane display: 8 a.m. to noon, Lake California Airpark. Entrance for the public is available with a valid ID. 347-6712 Monday Red Bluff Alcoholics Anonymous, Experience, Strength and Hope: 10 a.m., Monday through Thursday, High Point Assembly of God, 625 Luther Road Community Band rehearsal: 7-9 p.m., Presbyterian Church, 838 Jefferson St., all musicians welcome, 527-3486 English as a Second Language class: 5:30-8:30 p.m., Red Bluff High School Adult Ed building, 1295 Red Bud, 736-3308, same time Tuesday and Wednesday and 9 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Thursdays, free childcare from 9 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. classes in Richlieu Hall, 900 Johnson St. Hand and Foot Card Games: 12:30-3:30 p.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. HIRE — Head Injury Recreational Entity: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., St. Elizabeth Community Hospital Wright Room, Rusty, 529-2059 Narcotics Anonymous: 11 a.m. to noon, 838 Jefferson St., Room 3, Monday through Saturday and 5:30-6:30 p.m. Saturday Narcotics Anonymous: 7-8:30 p.m., 785 Musick St., every day except Thursday PAL Martial Arts: ages 5-18, 10 a.m. to noon, 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C, free, 529-7950 Playtime Pals school preparation playgroup: 10-11:30 a.m., ages 0-5, 220 Sycamore St., Ste. 101, free, 591-2370 Red Bluff Masterworks Chorale rehearsal: 6:45 p.m., Presbyterian Church, 838 Jefferson St. Retired and Active Federal Employees: 11:45 a.m., 585-2494 School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m., Reeds Creek Elementary School, Room 6, 18335 Johnson Road, free, 528-7348 – September through May only Social Security assistance: noon to 4 p.m., Red Bluff branch of the Tehama County Library, 545 Diamond Ave. Sun Country Quilters Community Service Group: 9 a.m. to noon, 220 Sycamore St. Ste. 101, 528-1126 TeenScreen Mental Health appointments: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., free, by appointment only, 1900 Walnut St., 527-8491, Ext. 3012 TOPS Club (take off pounds Sensibly): 8:30 a.m., First Christian Church, 926 Madison Ave., 527-7541 US citizenship preparation class: 5:30-8:30 p.m., 1295 Red Bud, 736-3308, same time Tuesday and Wednesday Venture Crew 1914 meeting: 6:30-8 p.m., Moose Lodge on 99W, coed ages 14-20 welcome Widowed Persons Association of Red Bluff cards: 1 p.m., call 366-1773 for location Corning Achieve: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Alcoholics Anonymous: noon Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday, 783 Solano St. Computer Lab hours: 2-4 p.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Exchange Club membership meeting: 7 p.m., Iron Skillet Kirkwood School Board: 5 p.m., 2049 Kirkwood Road Narcotics Anonymous: 7-8:30 p.m., 820 Marin St., meetings daily Spanish Adult Education: 5 p.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Cottonwood Cottonwood Garden Club: 10 a.m., 20595 Gas Point Road, potluck lunch to follow, 347-1281 Flournoy Flournoy Elementary School Board: 6 p.m., 16850 Paskenta Road Tuesday Red Bluff American Legion Mt. Lassen Post 167: 10 a.m., Veterans Hall, 735 Oak St. Bend School Board: 4:30 p.m., 22270 Bend Ferry Road Book Club: 6 p.m., Tehama County Library City Council: 6 p.m. City Hall, 555 Washington St. Cribbage Club: 6 p.m., Lariat Bowl, 527-4606 Fibromyalgia and Lupus Support Group: 6-8 p.m., St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Columba room, Jackie Kitchell, 529-3029 Low impact Aerobics: 8-9 a.m., $1, Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. 527-8177 Oak Creek Women’s Golf Club: 8 a.m., 2620 Montgomery Road, 530-529-0674 PAL Kickboxing: 6 p.m., 1450 Schwab St., 529-8716 or 200-3950 Penny Bingo: 9:30 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. PETS — Providing Essentials for Tehama Shelter: 6 p.m., Rabobank, 500 Luther Road, 527-8702 Pinochle for Seniors: noon to 4 p.m., 1500 S. Jackson St., free, 527-8177 Red Bluff Rotary: noon, Elks Lodge Take Off Pounds Sensibly – TOPS: 10 a.m., First United Methodist Church, 525 David Ave., 529-3312 or 529-1414 Tehama County Arts Council board meeting: 5:30 p.m., Green Room Community Art Studio, 331 Oak St. Tehama County Board of Education: 5 p.m., Tehama County Department of Education, 1135 Lincoln St. Tehama County Board of Supervisors: 10 a.m., board chamber, 727 Oak St. Tehama County Society for Crippled Children and Adults: 11 a.m., Elks Lodge, 355 Gilmore Road Tehama County Tea Party Patriots: 6 p.m., Grange Hall, 20794 Walnut St. Tehama District Fair board: 4 p.m., Tehama Room, Tehama District Fairground, 650 Antelope Blvd. Veterans of Foreign Wars: 10 a.m. Veterans Building, Oak Street WWE self defense training for women: 5:30-7 p.m., 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C Corning Achieve: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Communication & Healthy Relationships: 9-11 a.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Healthcare District: 6 p.m., district office building, 145 Solano St., conference room Planning Commission: 6:30 p.m., City Hall, 794 Third St. Red Cross Disaster Volunteer meeting: 6 p.m., Corning Fire Department, 814 Fifth St., 800 934-5344 Soccer training: 4-6 p.m., except for holidays and rain, Woodson School Soccer Field, 150 N Toomes, 824-7680 Tuesday Art Group,: 1-4 p.m., Corning Senior Center, 1015 Fourth Avenue Cottonwood Readers Club: 4 p.m., Cottonwood Community Library, 347-4818 Los Molinos School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m., Los Molinos Elementary School, First Steps Building, 7700 Stanford Ave., free, 384-7833 – September through May only Paskenta Elkins School Board: 5:15 p.m., 2960 Elkins Road Wednesday Red Bluff Alcohol, Anger and Abuse Group: call for group time and location, 528-0226 Blood drive: 2-6 p.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., 242-3005 Community Dance: 7-10 p.m., Westside Grange, 20794 Walnut St. Marine Corps League: 6:30 p.m., Elks Lodge, new members call Steve at 604-5512 Overeaters Anonymous: 6:30-7:30 p.m., St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Russell room, 528-8937 PAL Martial Arts Women’s Self Defense: 5:30-6:30 p.m., 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C, 840-0345 Passages caregiver support group: 10 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., 800 995-0878 Penny Bingo: 9:30 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Red Bluff Emblem club dinner: 5:30 p.m., Elks Lodge Red Bluff Joint Union High School Board: 5:30 p.m., 1525 Douglas St. Red Bluff Kiwanis: noon, Elks Lodge, 355 Gilmore Road Resource Conservation District of Tehama County: 8:30 a.m., USDA Service Center, 2 Sutter St., Ste. D Tehama County Board of Education: 5 p.m., District Office, 1135 Lincoln St. Tehama County Child Abuse Prevention coordinating council: 8:30 a.m., Family Resource Center, 220 Sycamore St. Tehama County Library story time: 9:30 a.m., 545 Diamond Ave., 527-0604, except August Tehama County Mental Health Board: noon, Health Services Agency, Shasta Room, 1850 Walnut St., Bldg. D, 527-8491, Ext. 3018 Weight Watchers meeting: 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Hampton Inn, 1-800-651-6000 Widowed Persons Association of Red Bluff : 8 a.m. breakfast, 1 p.m. cards, call 366-1773 for location Work Incentives Planning and Assistance: 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 220 Sycamore St., Ste. 101, 528-8066, free Y-FI Middle and High School Youth Group: 6:30-8 p.m., North Valley Baptist Church, 345 David Ave., 527-0543 Corning Achieve: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Family Resource Center, 175 Solano St., 824-7670 Corning Rotary: noon, Rolling Hills Casino Timbers Steak House, 2655 Barham Ave. Richfield School Board: 6 p.m., 23875 River Road, 824-3354
Tehama County Sanitary Landfill Agency: 6 p.m., City Council Chamber, 794 Third St. VFW Charity Bingo: 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial Hall, 1620 Solano St., 824-5957, except July Los Molinos Alcoholics Anonymous: 7 p.m., 25157 Josephine St. Bible Study: 1 p.m., Sherwood Manor, 7975 Sherwood Blvd., all welcome, 347-1330 Narcotics Anonymous: 7-8 p.m., 25204 Josephine St. Cottonwood Cottonwood Library Story Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 3427 Main St., 347-4818 School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m., Evergreen Elementary School, Room 30, 19415 Hooker Creek Road, free, 528-7348 – September through May only Thursday Red Bluff Adoption Support Group: 4 p.m., Tehama County Library, 528-7947 American Legion and VFW Dinner: 5-7 p.m., Veterans Hall on Oak Street, open to the public California Heat Chorus – Sweet Adelines: 7 p.m., Grace Community Fellowship, 598 Roundup Ave., 521-8037, all women who sing are welcome Communication and Healthy Relationships: 6-8 p.m., Family Resource Center, 529-1500 ext 118 Community Action Agency: 3 p.m. Board of Supervisors chambers Imagination Train story hour: 4 p.m., Tehama County Library Low Impact Aerobics: 8-9 a.m., $1, Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., 527-8177 Nurturing Parent Classes: 3-5 p.m., Bridgeway Community Church, 345 David Ave., free, meal provided, 527-8491, Ext. 3068 Painting session, Red Bluff Art Association: 10 a.m., Tehama District Fairground, 529-1603 PAL Martial Arts: ages 5-18, 10 a.m. to noon, 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C, free, 529-7950 Penny Bingo: 9:30 a.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Phoenix Community Support Group for chemical dependency: 11:30 a.m., Presbyterian Church, 838 Jefferson St., 945-2349 Pinochle for Seniors: noon to 4 p.m., 1500 S. Jackson St., free, 527-8177 Red Bluff Exchange Club: noon, M&M Ranch House, 645 Antelope Blvd. #1 Red Bluff Joint Union High School District Board of Trustees: 5:30 p.m., 1525 Douglas St. Red Bluff Lions Club: 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial, 527-6616 Red Cross Disaster Volunteers Meeting: 6-7:30 p.m., Cal Fire headquarters, 604 Antelope Blvd., north side of Antelope, 934-5344 Reeds Creek School District Board of Trustees: 4:40 p.m. Sacramento River Discovery Center Thursday Evening Program: 7 p.m., 1000 Sale Lane, 527-1196 Senior Chair Volleyball: 1 p.m. Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Sunrise Speakers Toastmasters: 6 p.m., Jackson Heights School Support group for pet loss: 2 p.m., Family Service Agency, 1347 Grant St., 527-6782 Swinging Squares Square Dance Club: 7 p.m., Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., beginner or review classes, 529-1615 Tehama County Democratic Central Committee: 6 p.m., Lariat Bowl, 365 S. Main St., 527-7406 Tehama County Health Planning Council, noon: Elks Lodge, 355 Gilmore Road Tehama County Planning Commission: 9 a.m., board chambers, 745 Oak St. Widowed Persons Association of Red Bluff dinner: 5 p.m., call 366-1773 for location Corning Corning High School Board: 7 p.m., 643 Blackburn Ave. Corning Patriots: 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial Hall, 1620 Solano St. Dual Diagnosis Group: 1:30-3 p.m., 1600 Solano St., 527-8491, Ext. 3309 Improved Order of Red Men: 7 p.m. Independent Grange 470, 20945 Corning Road, 824-1114 School Readiness Play Group, ages 0-5: 10 a.m., West Street Elementary School, K-3 room, 900 West St., free, 528-7348 – September through May only Soccer training: 4-6 p.m., Woodson School Soccer Field, 150 N. Toomes, 824-7680 Los Molinos Central Tehama Kiwanis: 7 a.m., Mill Creek Restaurant Los Molinos Unified School Board: 7 p.m., Los Molinos High School cafeteria Gerber Gerber-Las Flores Community Service District: 5:30 p.m. 331 San Benito Ave. Mineral Mineral School Board: 5 p.m., 38355 Scenic Ave.
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