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106493-Rapping-0A twice-weekly journal for and about people in the Fulton, N.Y.  An artistic fund-raiser07-05-2008 For the third year, the Fulton YMCA has had the privilege of offering the best social event of the year in Fulton. “Love the Y” brought out a standing-room-only crowd to enjoy the evening and bid on hand painted and decorated original works of art on custom built love seats, bird houses, and mirrors.The event netted over $15,000 and the highest bid was $950 for “Crazy, Happy Fun for Birds” by Amy Johnston. An additional loveseat, “Beachy Keen,” also decorated by Amy Johnston, was raffled and won by Christine Allen. Pauline Rasbeck added extra books to the summer seat.There are many people to thank for the wonderful event. Harvey Fadden built the 30 loveseats which were sponsored by local businesses and organizations and decorated by very talented people from Oswego County and surrounding areas. Special thanks go to Bob Hunter for the unlimited use of hi...
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n_tucker_novakrove_060712.300wThe registration could not be completed at this time.  I do think that the quality which makes a man want to write and be read is essentially a desire for self-exposure and is masochistic.  APCO Worldwide is looking for a Account Executive/Associate.  APCO Worldwide is looking for a Manager/Senior Account Executive.  The McGraw-Hill Companies is looking for a ASSOCIATE EDITOR.  C-SPAN is looking for a Manager of Technical Operations.  At what D.C. restaurant/lounge was the above photo taken?  Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List?  It's Jason Linkins' birthday. Most of you have cooked an original meal within the past week.  Variety reports, "Angela Shapiro-Mathes is out at TLC, just over a year after she joined the Discovery-owned lifestyle cabler. Shapiro-Mathes has been replaced as g.m. by 17-year Discovery vet Eileen O'Neill, who most recently launched Discovery's Planet Green channel.  USA Tod...
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S9J3U5Matthew McConaughey girlfriend had a baby boy on Monday night, the first child for the couple, his rep told People magazine. The baby was born at 6:22 p.m. in Los Angeles, weighing in at 7 pounds, 4 ounces.  Alves, a model and handbag designer, recently told People she plans to take time off once the baby arrives.  Brinkley-Cook ContinuedThe mud continues to fly in the Brinkley-Cook soap.  I told them, 'I think daddy has fallen out of love with me.  Brinkley, 54, and Cook, 49, are currently fighting for custody of the kids, Jack, 13, and Sailor, 10.  Happy Birthday, Ringo Ringo Starr celebrated his 68th birthday Monday in Chicago giving out messages of peace and love, along with dessert. Fans surrounded the former Beatles drummer Monday as he waited for the clock to strike noon at the Hard Rock Hotel.  Cookie Johnson  In AIDS-Awareness Ads Magic Johnson's normally publicity-shy wife Cookie is emerging as a spokeswoman in a campaign urging black women to get tested for HIV. Cookie Johns...
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peter-rabbitThese are challenging, somewhat unprecedented times on the farm and Curt Campbell looks forward to helping the agriculture industry in Wabash County through the spills and chills.Things are moving fast for Campbell, agriculture teacher at Southwood High School since 1978.  During the last week of classes he was offered an ideal fit -  the Purdue Agricultural Extension  Agent job in Wabash County.  These are interesting times to be part of the huge, varied, agriculture industry, he saidPart of his job, he said, will be to see that grain farmers are aware of the new market possibilities from the ethanol plants.  8220;Farmers have never gotten this much for their crops before, but neither have they paid so much for their input. ... There's still a pretty good margin, but what about when prices go down?”Campbell hopes also to broaden the offering one might expect of an agriculture agent. Purdue University has a Master Gardener Program, through which the extension office can be c...
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gurrenlagann%2BpapercraftThursday, July 2410:00-11:00 Click & Clack’s As the Wrench Turns— Behind the scenes at PBS's hilarious new primetime toon, based on the famous radio show Car Talk, direct from Car Talk Plaza! Catch a sneak peek of a new episode, plus Q&A with the creators: Tom Sito (The Lion King, Osmosis Jones), Bill Kroyer (Tron, Garfield the Movie), Stephen Silver (Kim Possible), Floyd Norman (101 Dalmatians), Helen Jen (TMNT), Tom Minton (Pinky and the Brain), and executive producer Howard Grossman. Extra bonus feature: a special message for Comic-Con from the real Tom & Ray, the Tappet Bros! Room 2 10:00-11:00 75 Years of Doc Savage— Anthony Tollin (editor/publisher of Doc Savage and The Shadow double-novel reprints) leads a panel discussion on the pulp era's greatest superhero and the Man of Bronze's iconic influence on comic book superheroes, including Superman and Batman., Panelists will also discuss what's coming up next in Nostalgia Ventures' pulp reprint series. Panelists include movie produ...
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Christopher J.  Newsflash!  Led by individual champion Linda Brodbeck and runner-up Roz Stahl, Glen Oak Country Club repeated as champion in the Anthracite Golf Association Women’s Coal Scuttle.Brodbeck shot a solid 83 under challenging conditions at Glen Oak, and the local players’ knowledge of the speedy greens served them well as they posted a nine-stroke victory over the Country Club of Scranton team.Stahl’s 84, Lynn Pearl’s 88 and Marlene Smith’s 91 sewed up the victory.Huntsville Golf Club’s Barb Pagana tied for second individually with Stahl, and Scranton’s Sally McFarlane was fourth with an 86.  Canoe ClubBarry Westington and Jim Harvie continue to rule the club. After winning the member-guest a month ago, they edged Bill Gross and Bill Gaylord in a sudden-death playoff for the Senior Member-Guest title. Both teams shot 4-under-par 56 and Harvie birdied the second playoff hole to win. Gross’s 20-foot birdie putt burned the edge to...
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