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Join the conversation to discuss the USDA food recommendations for MyPlate. Linda Richmond, a certified nutrionist, will help provide insight concerning each component of the recommendation.
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Soul Truth and Freedom are recurring themes for many of us right now, so we want to dive in and share some soulwaves with you.
I am my Soul and my Soul is me. Realize the truth and you will be set free. ~ Virginia Drake
Freedom also means: I let go of the herd instinct to find my own path. ~ Barbara Patterson
Soul Matters ~ making souls visible by remembering what we already know.
Make room for the inner voice, be still and feel the peace. A soul conversation with Virginia Drake and Barbara Patterson on how to reach inside, to find and hear our soul voice so we can listen to her message. It starts with us, when we are in peace and at peace, we ripple it to everyone and everything we are connected with. Let's find new comfort zones in uncomfortable situations, let's remember that love heals all. Make it easy. Soul Matters ~ making souls visible
I will breakdown all of the action in the Riverhounds 2-2 draw with Richmond after their second trip to City Stadium in three week
Jane welcomes the presenters of the NYG&B-sponsored NY Track at the NGS 2014 conference in Richmond. The NY Track team will talk about the lineup of NY topics at this year’s conference. The track includes Naomi Joshi on Navigating the Past: Gazetteers and Genealogists, Terry Koch-Bostic on Upside Down Migration: South Carolina to Nova Scotia to New York, and Joan Koster-Morales on New York’s Confederate Prisons: Elmira and New York City. Naomi will also give the NYG&B Luncheon talk on How to assemble a weighty genealogical tome and survive the experience! The NY Track and Luncheon take place on 8 May.
Note: The recording for Terry's Misspelled, Misunderstood or Deliberate? Are Your New York Ancestors’ Records Hidden Under a Surname Variation? and Jane's Looking for Your New York Tenant Farmer: Little-Used Resources were lost with some Skype problems.
Photos: Fort Lafayette, by Deloss Barnum, NY Public Library, Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs
New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer book cover, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society,
Westchester County from the New York Family History Gazetteer.
Rensselaer Manor Mill, from the collection of the Peterburgh Town Historian.
COME MEET THE AUTHOR OF THE NEWLY RELEASED BOOK "IF MY EYES COULD REWIND (THE REAL RICHMOND,CA STORY).WITH SINCERE HONOR I'M THRILLED TO ACCEPT THE INVITATION BY THE RICHMOND ROTARY CLUB TO BE THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER TODAY@RICHMOND COUNTRY CLUB @12 NOON..I WILL ALSO SPEAK TO OUR YOUTH LATER TODAY @SHEILDS REID PARK IN NORTH RICHMOND,CA.@3:30 p.m.THANK YOU ROTARIANS,SISTER PAM JONES AND BROTHER TROY PORTER,TO GOD BE THE GLORY,SHALOM....COME MEET THE AUTHOR OF THE NEWLY RELEASED BOOK &q
Doug Rigg is an outstanding football player who was the starting ILB/OLB for West Virginia and has received many accolades during his Collegiate and High School career. Rigg played in 45 career games with 22 starts, 1 TD and had 141 tackles with 9 tackles for a loss and 3 sacks in his career including a forced fumble against USF in 2011 that gave the Mountaineers the possession they used to win the game and clinch an Orange Bowl bid. In 2012, Rigg was named to 2nd Team All-Big-12 Academics. Rigg excels at stopping the run, has good football instincts, superior play recognition and a willingness to learn and develop as a player.
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For our 1st show of April:
*Our first guest is a highly trending candidate for Congress out of Texas, because he has been chosen for Bill Maher's "Tweet Sixteen" group of Congressional candidates vying for Real Time with Bill Maher's help to "Flip A District."
Lt. Col. Wesley Reed's Dad was also a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air National Guard. Reed enlisted in the Navy. He attended the USMC' Officer Candidate School (OCS) at Quantico, eventually becoming Lieutenant Colonel.
Reed retired from the military and has been a pilot for Fed Ex since 2000. He has been married to his wife Lori for 19 years. They have 3 children, aged 15, 14 and 12.
Reed describes himself as a Democrat through and through and seeks to restore civility to the (little d) democratic process.
*Our second Congressional guest is Virginia Conlon, running in NC's 13th Congressional District in a 3-way primary.
Conlon came to the Raleigh, NC area 21 years ago and brought her spirit of commitment to public service with her. She has worked with Meals-on-Wheels, Triangle Red Cross, and the NC Museum of Art as a docent. She has also worked for the Food Bank of NC in the Central and Eastern regions.
Conlon has proudly raised a family and a small business and she is ready to bring a "can do" spirit to represent NC in DC.
*Our 3rd guest is NM Public Ed. Comm. (District 10) Jeff Carr. He is dedicated to the success of Public Education & will lead an important discussion on Education/Public Ed, following our interview.
Carr received a BA in Social Studies Ed. from LSU and a MA in History from La. Tech. Carr is currently teaching at Taos High School in Taos, NM.
Sounds like a great show...Let's get the conversation going...