Scott Kay

22 Jul 19
Edinburgh49

“Deane spent a magical year at the University of Edinburgh, living among the nudists at Hermits Croft and wandering up to Arthur’s Seat upon occasion.” WHO: Alan Coyne: Doyle WHAT: “Keane & Doyle have been spies, wizards, witches and cosmological assassins. Now they embark on their most ambitious adventure yet: Twelfth Night! Unfortunately, upon arriving at […]

22 Jul 19
messymimi’s meanderings

(Because some people like Blogger and some like WordPress, i am putting the same content at both.  If you would prefer to read this on the other site, it is linked here.)      ***********************************   Awww Monday is hosted by Sandee at Comedy Plus.   Join us every Monday for Awww…Mondays.  Post a picture […]

22 Jul 19
The Fort Morgan Times
Montana Goodman and Danielle Moon captured the first place awards in the senior and junior divisions at the 2019 Morgan County Fair Muzzleloader Shoot. Ten youth competed in the contest that was held on Saturday, July 20. The contest requires 4-H members to shoot a total of 15 shots, five at targets shaped like bottles, five at bullseye targets, and five at a metal gong. This is a growing event for Morgan County 4-H as they increased their participants from five in 2017 to ten this year. Placings in the Senior Division were: 1. Montana Goodman; 2. Noah Clough; 3. Ethan Bohl; 4; Lilianna Ramos; 5. Ryan Clark. Placings in the Junior Division were: 1. Danielle Moon; 2. Talan Hall; 3. Wiley Eicher; 4. Chad Schilling; 5. Ben Werner. Superintendent for the muzzleloader shoot was Rich Clough. Clough was assisted by DJ Eicher and John Goodman. These coaches are volunteers through Morgan County 4-H, are trained by individuals with Colorado 4-H using a nationally approved curriculum. The season runs from around April-Aug., and the coaches spend an average of four hours a month teaching the youth in this discipline. The muzzleloader shoot was held at the Morgan County Gun Club. Equipment and supplies for the 4-H shooting sports program have been provided through a NRA grant given in 2019. All members who participated in the Muzzleloader qualified for the Colorado State 4-H Muzzleloader shoot which is held in conjunction with the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo on August 17 and 18. Morgan County Junior and Senior 4-H .22 Rifle shooting sports members and coaches prior to beginning the 2019 Morgan County Fair .22 Rifle Shoot. (Courtesy photo) Also held on Saturday, July 20 at the Morgan County Gun Club was the .22 Rifle contest. Twenty-four Morgan County 4-H shooters gathered for their County Fair .22 rifle shoot on July 20, at the Morgan County Gun Club. Individual champions and place finishers were determined in all .22 rifle shooting disciplines. The shoot also determined who the county representatives would be at the Colorado 4-H State Shooting Championships in August. The state event is held in Pueblo in conjunction with the Colorado State Fair. Shooters were grouped as juniors (ages 8-13) and seniors (ages 14-18). A total of four different shooting disciplines were available at both the junior and senior levels. The top six shooters in each discipline will comprise the Morgan County team in that discipline at the state shoot. Should a shooter elect to not participate in the state event, the next highest scoring shooter will be asked to join the team in that discipline. Top finishers in Junior 3 Position were: 1. Danielle Moon; 2. Cameron Schmidt; 3. Talan Hall; 4. Wiley Eicher; 5. Madison Thomas; 6. Ben Werner. Also competing in Junior 3 Position was Chad Schilling. Senior 3 Position finishers were: 1. Montana Goodman; 2. Ethan Bohl. Junior 4 Position Sporter winners were: 1. Danielle Moon; 2. Talan Hall; 3. Cameron Schmidt; 4. Wiley Eicher; 5. Madison Thomas; 6. Riley Thomas. Also competing in the junior division was Ben Werner, Chad Schilling, and Jackson Adams. Senior 4 Position Sporter finishers were: 1. Montana Goodman; 2. Tyler Messinger; 3. Ethan Bohl; 4. Lilianna Ramos. Hunt Class Junior Champions were: 1. Danielle Moon; 2. Riley Thomas; 3. Cameron Schmidt; 4. Talan Hall; 5. Wiley Eicher; 6. Aulden Covelli. Other participants in the Hunt Class were Eian Blake, Brayden Franzen, Blaine Japp, Chad Schilling, Madison Thomas, Ben Werner, and Owen Whitney. Hunt Class Senior Champions were: 1. Montana Goodman; 2. Lilianna Ramos; 3. Ethan Bohl; 4. Caleb Kays; 5. Tyler Messinger. Scope Rifle Junior winners were; 1. Danielle Moon; 2. Cameron Schmidt; 3. Talan Hall; 4. Wiley Eicher; 5. Riley Thomas; 6. Kylee Nelson. Eian Blake, Haley Nelson, Cade Ramirez, Chad Schilling, Madison Thomas, Ben Werner, and Nathan Whitney also participated. Senior Scope Rifle Champions were: 1. Caleb Kays; 2. Tyler Messinger; 3. Ethan Bohl; 4. Montana Goodman; 5. Lilianna Ramos. The 4-H .22 Rifle coaches are David Bohl, Karl Dahle, DJ Eicher, John Goodman, and Scott Schmidt. These coaches are volunteers through Morgan County 4-H and dedicate many hours to teaching the youth that are involved in Morgan County 4-H Shooting Sports. Shooting sports awards will be presented at an awards dinner on Tuesday, July 23 at 6 p.m. The banquet will be held at the Mark Arndt Event Center at the Morgan County Fairgrounds. This will be the final opportunity for shooting sports qualifiers for State Fair to confirm their participation and pay their entry fees. All shooting sports participants, families and supporters are invited. 4-H shooting sports families are asked to bring a potluck dish.
22 Jul 19
First Christian Church

6th Sunday after Pentecost – 10:30 a.m. WELCOME TO WORSHIP Prelude: Nancy Gower, pianist Lighting of the Candles: Dixie Morse Worship Leader: Tammie Obermark Welcome and Announcements Glad You Are Here gift drawings, Congratulations, Raelynn Mawdsley Leader:  The Lord be with you! Congregation:  And also with you! CALL TO WORSHIP L: God is with His […]

21 Jul 19
Reading in Pajamas

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21 Jul 19
Metal Shock Finland (World Assault )

Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Ex Manowar guitarist Ross The Boss about his upcoming performance with Ex Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing at Bloodstock on Aug 11 2019, his thoughts on Manowar’s Hellfest cancellation, the Ross the Boss upcoming album and tour dates. Watch the interview here When asked about how […]

21 Jul 19
messymimi’s meanderings

(Because some people like Blogger and some like WordPress, i am putting the same content at both.  If you would prefer to read this on the other site, it is linked here.)     ***********************************     Just because Sandee of Comedy Plus is no longer hosting a Silly Sunday blog hop, do not expect […]

21 Jul 19
Cheers, Gears, & Tears

Council Bluffs Our departure time is noon-ish, heavy on the ish, we are Bradley’s and let’s be real, timely departures are not a thing for us. I attribute it to my skill of procrastinating. My resistance is strong to what is coming, even though I have known for months I am leaving, I still have […]

21 Jul 19
Daily Republic

Volleyball Club Solano Blue 14-U wins tourney Team Blue of Club Solano Volleyball 14-under, took first place in AAU Summer League tournament play, July 6, at Mare Island Sports Complex in Vallejo. The team served strong and played tough throughout the tournament going 7-1 in match set. Protecting the Middle Front were Emiya Stevens (7 […]

20 Jul 19
The Reporter
Green Tree Tournament Club At Cypress Lakes on July 7, Craig Ryan won flrst flight with a net 68, followed by Sergio Nogales (70), JR Delgado (72) and Ben Wriston (73). Second flight went to Austin Lea with a net 66, followed by Gary Selby (68). Greg Aberson and Tony Pirondini both carded 70s. Jim Harrigan won third flight with a net 69, followed by Bob Conway (70) and Juan Mancha (74). Ken O’Connel and Greg Gomez both carded 75s. Ron Cappel had the low gross of 80. Mat Kraft was closest to the pin on hole No. 3 at 15 feet, 5 inches. Mike Furey was nearest on No. 8 at 18 feet, 8 inches. Scott Swidock was closest on No. 11 at 10 feet, 1 inch, and Esousa Ojomo was nearest on No. 14 at 12 feet, 11 inches. Ojomo and David Loest recorded the longest drives of the day. Selby (68) and Pirondini (70) are Northern California Golf Association qualifiers. Nine Arounders The game this week was 3 clubs and a putter. Sue Watkins won first flight with a 37,followed by Rene Romiski (40), Judi Moses (41) and Kitty Lockwood (44). Kay Bone took second flight with a 35, followed by Barbara James (36), Sandy Latchford (37) and L.J. Morar  (41). Paradise Valley Women’s Golf Club On guest day at Paradise Valley, the first-place team with a 111 was Joan McCluskey, Carol Boudreau, Oksun Parrott and Beverly Troxell. Second place with a 115 went to Vicky Flandi, Darlene Goodman, Linda Grace and Pla Lee. With a 118, the team of Katie Nguyen, Regina Cortez, Mary Fowler and Kathryn Houk finished tied for third with the team of Kathy Genovese, Elaine Hahn, Margie Miller and Kathy Pascal. Parrot was closest to the pin on hole No. 12 at 2 feet even. Birdies were recorded by Grace on No. 3, Cortez on No. 12, Tina Barker on No. 9, No. 13 and No. 14, Parrott on No. 9 and No. 12, and Dolly Coleman on No. 8. Niners At Cypress on Thursday, reports Nancy Schlesinger, “The Niners played in the WIND again. Boy, talk about a bad hair day! Today was surely one. But in spite of the wind, Lettie Allen burned up the course with a low net of 20! And Kay Hadwin and Barbara Ray not far behind with a pair of 22s.” Sandy Austin won first flight with a net 28, followed by Judi Moses (30), Gloria Niccoli (31) and Glora Ostrum (33). Sandy Latchford took second flight with a net 24, followed by Diana Choate (27), Marge Tye (28) and Schlesinger (31). Third flight went to Allen with her net 20, followed by Hadwin and Ray’s 22s (Hadwin edging her out via the handicap hole tiebreaker). Pat Alvestad was next (30) and Judy Horan carded a 31. Sir Branch 99 At Chardonnay Golf Club on Monday, Nick Martin won first flight with a net 67, followed by Craig Lewis (71) and Bruce Lassiter (74). Second flight went to Jeff Horton with a net 66. Ron Templeton was next with 69, followed by Chuck Murtishaw (70). Joe Conrey won third flight with a net 75, followed by Robert Allen (76) and Del Wilburn (79). Lassiter was closest to the pin on hole No. 5 at 7 feet, 9 inches. Dick Babbington was closest on No. 12 at 59 feet, 4 inches.
20 Jul 19
Sonya Christian's Blog

Good morning, Bakersfield. It is Saturday, July 20, 2019… A great day to be a Renegade. Celebrating BC Two Days in a Row Bakersfield College had a phenomenal week of celebrating the diligent, committed, and focused work of BC faculty, staff, and students. The talent at BC is truly exceptional and the work ethic one […]

20 Jul 19
Brooklyn Sports World

Marty Scurll, Bray Wyatt, Bret Hart, and other pro wrestlers are set to come to NYC, NJ, area.

20 Jul 19
Little Rock Culture Vulture

On July 20, 1969, at 3:17 pm (Little Rock time), the lunar module Eagle set down in the Sea of Tranquility on the moon. Astronaut Neil Armstrong radioed to Mission Control in Houston, “The Eagle has landed.” At 9:39 pm, several hours ahead of schedule, Armstrong opened the hatch and started his slow descent to […]

20 Jul 19
Throat Domination

nightmovesThe 27th NightMoves Awards will take place again this year. The award ceremony in Tampa Bay, Florida is one of the oldest and most influential awards in the porn industry. As every year, the NightMoves magazine is the organizer of the event.  On October 13, 2019, the NightMoves Awards will again be presented at the […]

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