Michael Mason

The end zone for July 13 | Newspaper

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People in your neighborhood: Blair Sadler ‘demands’ retirement as he helps students through squash

Former President of Rady Children’s Hospital, Jollan Blair Sadler, uses retirement to continue his crusade to end social inequality through Access Youth Academy, a non-profit organization he created 15 years ago to help children underserved communities to succeed in college. Access Youth Academy works to achieve its goals through coaching …

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Retired from busy bees: Doreen Zierer makes full use of reopened Gillett wellness center

A week after retiring, Zierer is exactly where she wants to be. “Well, I’m getting old,” Zierer said with a laugh. “I know I have to keep moving or else I won’t be able to move. Having recently started playing pickleball over the past two years and really enjoying myself, …

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High costs put Bowman Library amphitheater on the back burner | Nvdaily

CITY OF STEPHEN – Plans to build an amphitheater at the Bowman Library have been delayed for at least a year due to higher than expected costs. In February, the Frederick County Board of Supervisors approved that the County Parks and Recreation Department spend $ 55,000 in funds to build …

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Squash and Racquetball Victoria launches new junior squash initiatives

Squash and Racquetball Victoria has announced the launch of its new Victorian Junior Squash Tour (VJST) and Ranking System (VJSTRS). Introduced after careful and rigorous consideration, VJST is the official circuit of the Victoria Squash and Racquetball Tournament (S&RV) offering a competitive course for all junior squash players, for those …

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High costs put Bowman Library amphitheater on the back burner | Winchester Star

CITY OF STEPHENS – Plans to build an amphitheater at the Bowman Library have been delayed for at least a year due to higher than expected costs. In February, the Frederick County Board of Supervisors approved that the County Parks and Recreation Department spend $ 55,000 in funds to build …

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It’s Almost Time to Hang Up Your Service Belt | criminality

Being a soldier in today’s modern world, especially in the Panhandle, takes commitment. “I have a soldier on my shift who made 26 felony arrests in 2020,” he said. “So that means a lot of arrests for misdemeanors. He is very busy. He’s always on the road, always doing something, …

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These are the Jewish victims of the Surfside Building collapse

Faded away Jay Kleiman, 51 Jay Kleiman, Frank’s brother, was in South Florida, returning to the apartment he grew up in – only to attend the funeral of a good friend who died from COVID-19, NBC Miami reported. “It’s so tragic that he flew to a friend who died of …

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5 best entertainment centers in Philadelphia🥇

Below is a list of the major entertainment centers in Philadelphia. To help you find the best recreation centers near you in Philadelphia, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of review points. The best entertainment centers in Philadelphia: The top rated recreation centers in Philadelphia are: …

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