All of the proceeds and donations will go to Albertville City Schools, and Real Life Pregnancy Center, which is a local organization. The 5K run, or walk, if you want, will be Sunday, July 1 in downtown Albertville at the Farmers Market. It’s free to attend, and registration is $35 for the run.
Do you indeed have two detectors, by any chance? I even deal with an ace 150 or 250. If you don it fine. I sure there something I can do and help out with, besides supplying the information and the location.But I really really love to have a detector in my hand again if we go to that area in Somerville.
It may not be deliberate attempt to lock customers in, but just the first part of what you said: there is no incentive to make this any easier. It basically works, so hospitals that need to make a few simple customizations can do so with REST API calls but it isn easy enough for third parties to quickly and easily build large applications. There so much going on in healthcare that it is hard for big vendors to justify cleaning up their web services over doing other things.
To start my morning off I toasted a Healthy Life Whole Grain English Muffin and topped it with Smucker Sugar Free Blackberry Jam and heated up a couple of Johnsonville Turkey Breakfast Sausage Links. I also had a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea. Outside it a beautiful day, 60 degrees and sunny this morning! 82 degrees, sunny, and the humidity wasn too bad.
My question for you is: Why were you so convinced that you weren’t going to play in the recital, when that might help you succeed in reaching your dream? Even though it’s not exactly what you had in mind, it would at least give you the experience and exposure to perform in front of an audience, similar to Carnegie Hall. I think that continuing with practicing for the recital, and then doing the recital, helped you in many ways, such as making new friends, and following through with your dream. Zoe, you made great decisions..
The school made a very varied 27 minute news video bulletin with lots of interviews. They spoke to the headmaster, teachers and a governor about the school possibly becoming an Academy and also to actor Philip Martin Brown, who is in Waterloo Road and is also working on an Indian film. They also reported on local listed building Mascalls Manor, the Japan earthquake by interviewing the school’s deputy head, whose son lives and works in Tokyo, and also produced a feature about a new exhibition at Mascalls Gallery.