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be kind, get to know your neighbors'. – Mandy Manning. Washington's Teacher of the Year . writing club and the Gay-Straight. Alliance. . WPC and the anti-union Freedom Foundation belong to a national network of groups pushing. If you are a person with a disability and wish to attend this meeting of Borough .. Join your neighbors at The Gathering Place on Wednesday, December 13, at noon to share holiday memories. Club and Wallingford After School Club programs received national .. Join the Chorus for WPC's 'Messiah'. A car club presents an opportunity for enthusiasts to mix, mingle, reminisce, meets, tours, and technical programs tailored to its local members. They are a national organization, with chapters in forty-five states, The WPC Club He first got his feet wet helping a neighbor work on a classic Camaro.
Kansas Specialty Vehicle Fees: The SAN convinced Kansas legislators to delete provisions from a revenue bill that increased the fees on antiques, street rods and special-interest vehicles. The revenue bill, without the increased fees on hobbyist vehicles, was signed into law by Governor Mark Parkinson.
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The Ohio House Transportation Committee unanimously passed SEMA-model legislation to create a vehicle registration and titling classification for street rods and custom vehicles and provide for special license plates for these vehicles. The bill defines a street rod as an altered vehicle manufactured before and a custom as an altered vehicle at least 25 years old and manufactured after The bill allows kit cars and replica vehicles to be assigned a certificate of title bearing the same model-year designation that the body of the vehicle was constructed to resemble.
The measure also includes street rods and customs in the historical motor-vehicle definition for the purpose of holding these vehicles only to the equipment standards specified by law during the model year listed on the title of the vehicle.
The bill will now be sent to the floor for a vote by the full House.
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SAN-supported legislation to provide an exemption to automotive hobbyists from the restrictions on salvage yards was signed into law by Vermont Governor Jim Douglas. The new law increases the regulation of salvage yards and automobile graveyards in the state but includes a provision stipulating that hobbyists are not to be confused with the owners of automobile graveyards.
His current duties will be covered temporarily by the other middle school administrators. Palmer, suggesting it will be done in a matter of days rather than months. The search for a permanent replacement principal at WES will take longer. Palmer said on Wednesday. Palmer wrote to WES families. This is, of course, a good problem to have. Council member Michael Carey suggested that the Finance Committee which he heads meet to decide how best to use the sudden, onetime windfall of revenue and then report to council with their ideas.
One possibility could be paying down existing debt. The Pageant has been a Christmas tradition in Swarthmore since and has been given almost every other year.
It consists of five scenes from the Old and New Testaments, with narration of the Scripture and choral accompaniment by a volunteer choir. Community is key when discussing the Nativity Pageant. Approximately cast members of the Wallingford-Swarthmore community are involved in its production. Many of the cast members have participated in numerous performances, and in some cases, three generations of a family have played a role.
The event is free and open to the public and is most enjoyed with children over the age of five. Ample parking is available on the College campus. Chris Knob of Wallingford is a gifted — and giving — guitar artist. His musical gifts began to emerge in childhood, and as a classical guitar student he developed considerable proficiency.
But it was later in life, and as a different sort of interpreter of the instrument, that he has made an enduring impression through the guitar. He and his wife Tasha live in Wallingford, and Chris has lived in the area for most of his life.
A longtime woodworker, Chris built period reproductions and custom furniture before a back injury curtailed his ability to lug lumber. After his workshop lay dormant for a couple of frustrating years, inspiration struck. While causing no real harm to humans, the Spotted Lanternfly, or Lycorma delicatula, poses a significant threat to agricultural industries in the state and to the outdoor quality of life for private property owners.
The immediate reaction was hopeful: The sugary waste it expels onto plants allows for a sooty mold to grow which damages fruit and leaves. In there was also damage reported on basil, blueberries, cucumbers, and horseradish.
Released this year, nearly a decade after An Inconvenient Truth, the film explores the progress … Swarthmore College Talent on Display This weekend, Swarthmore College undergraduates showcase their considerable and various talents in four performances, all of which are free and open to the public.
On Friday, December 8, at 8 p.
In the same location on Saturday, December 9, at 3 p. On Sunday, December 10, members Christine Hutchinson and Sheila Bell will invite participants to study and enjoy works of art that portray the Annunciation and Mother and Child.