Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb provided an update Monday in the state efforts to improve school safety, and announced a new program for schools to get handheld metal detectors. The metal detectors will be made available to any public, charter and non public school that wants them and will not cost the schools anything.
A new exhibit titled of the Silk Road will open the same day. It will explore the connections between East and West through art objects of silk, bronze, gold, porcelain and textiles from China, Persia, India, Europe and Russia.Entrance to of the East is free, with parking available for $5 per vehicle. Festivities will include kite making and flying, henna painting, a Kid Zone, and food and handicrafts for sale, along with a dragon dance and demonstrations of Sikh martial arts and Kung Fu.The exhibit will show through July 3, with admission free on opening day.
They’re more functional than ever, but now they’re also beautiful, with fine furniture quality cabinets, quarried tile, and extras like shower steamers, unique bathtubs, frameless glass shower doors, and attractive sinks and basins. In the center of all these elements is the sink often thought of as just a mundane place to wash your hands, brush your teeth, wash dishes, or prepare foods. Think again! Bathroom sinks and kitchen sinks are now receiving a lot more attention, in new homes and with remodeling.
The grand prize this year is a Viking stand mixer (I love mine!), and the People’s Choice winner will get a set Cuisinart cookware. The contest takes place at the store on Saturday, Nov. 13. Lucuma powder is made from the subtropical fruit of the Pouteria lucuma tree, which is native to Peru, Chile and Equador. Lucuma are cool weather drought resistant trees that grow 25 to 50 feet tall. Known as the Gold of the Incas in ancestral times, the fruit is yellowish green and egg shaped with a dry, starchy yellow orange flesh.
They barged into people’s homes in the middle of the night, and dragged them out without giving them an opportunity to put their shirt on. I remember visiting my constituents held by intelligence agencies who only had their under shirt on. One of them had only one sandal on and wasn’t even given the chance to find the second.
Army 1st Lt. Ryan D. Krolicki of Milwaukee, WI, described Burson as a thinker who uses his head during patrols. Don text and walk at the same time. Thieves are very aware and adept at stealing phones from the unsuspecting and distracted. Hide your phone if you not using it.