This is the first post I’ve written for this blog in about two weeks. After my last post entitle, ‘A Few Pointers’, a little matter came up which I felt needed my full attention. And, I gave it so.
Malcolm Cemetery Biographies: 138 burials Also known as Mount Malcolm There are 2 Cemeteries at Malcolm Malcolm Salt Lake Cemetery AKA Lake Raeside – 123 burial from 1897-1911 Malcolm Kookynie Road Cemetery 14 burials 1911 – 1915 Unfortunately apart from identifying various headstones in each cemetery there are not separate registers for each cemetery ADAMS […]
ROUND 6 NETBALL THIS FRIDAY 14 JUNE Boronia Hawks v South Croydon Red at Knox Regional Court 2 @ 9.35pm Carla Alexander, Madison Barrie, Mandy Bell, Rhiannon Crompton, Ally Forrest, Leanne Fredericks, Georgia Himmelreich, Bec Mills, Kellie Newton. Boronia Brown v Lilydale Blue at HE Parker Court 4 @ 7.25pm Lizzie Akesson, Alisha Clark, Tess […]
Americans might not be in the mood to stick it to the French these days, now that we’ve moved on from “freedom fries” and into a slow-motion constitutional crisis. If you’re itching for a throwback though, Bottle Shock will take you to that time when America was looking to achieve better things, when it was […]
Yes, you’re reading that right – this is just the April starred reviews list. I’ll be skipping the April Newbery and Printz updates in favor of moving right into entering May starred reviews in the spreadsheet. April 2019 stars tally: 511 books published in 2019 have been awarded 794 starred reviews as of the end […]
Maryland Gouverneur Larry Hogan nannte Mittwoch seine erste Gruppe von neuen Mitgliedern des unruhigen Verwaltungsrates der University of Maryland Medical System. Dies war der erste Schritt zur Umstrukturierung des Verwaltungsrates nach einem Skandal um Verwaltungsräte mit lukrativen Verträgen mit dem 13-Krankenhaussystem. Der Freiwilligenausschuss geriet im März unter Beschuss, als The Baltimore Sun berichtete, dass ein […]
St. Stephen's / St. Agnes senior Kennon Moon is the 2019 All-Met Player of the Year for girls' lacrosse. (Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)
All-star teams PVC All-Conference teams Large Schools outdoor track GIRLS Firstteam 100m Dash: Marilyn Sawyer, MDI, 200m Dash: Alyssa Elliott, Bangor, 400m Run: Eliza Parker, Hampden Acad., 1600m Run: Helen Shearer, Hampden Acad., 3200 Run: Helen Shearer, Hampden Acad., 100m Hurdles: Morgan Honey, Brewer, 300m Hurdles: Abby Stroup, Bangor, 1600m Race Walk: Izabelle Trefts, Old Town, […]
This week I want to talk about books by three different authors—all very different to each other, but all very good. We Rule The Night is a debut novel from Claire Eliza Bartlett. It came to my attention because Marissa Lingen blogged about it: A fantasy novel set in a world at war, it’s very […]
The Day the Angels Fell by Shawn Smucker Antiques Fate by Barbara Allan Murder on the Quai by Cara Black Undertow by Elizabeth Heathcote Little Deaths by Emma Flint The Purchase by Linda Spalding Lockdown by Laurie King The Endless Beach by Jenny Colgan Slow Train to Sonora by Lloyd Uglow The Whole Art of […]
Most states have an alternative financing program to help residents buy assistive technology (AT) and AT services. Jeff and Shelley Penick used Oklahoma’s for a very unique purchase.