“We have been very fortunate to have the Velocity program in our school for the past three years. It has filled a void for a number of boys who, for whatever reason, have not been involved in the traditional after school activities. Through Velocity, I have seen these boys develop new friendships and a new sense of self, while experiencing fun activities that they may not have had the opportunity to experience otherwise,” says Dan Gratton, a long time mentor from Crossett Brook Middle School in Waterbury, VT..
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The Day Road acreage where the winery currently sits was purchased by the Bentryns from Japanese American farmer Akio Suyematsu, founded in 1928. Excepting the period of the Japanese American exclusion during World War II, the Day Road farm is the oldest, continuously farmed property in Kitsap County. Akio himself worked the land until his passing in 2012, and was an honored mentor to an emerging generation of Island farmers.
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Tickets can be purchased at the both churches and Greenfield Community Bank. Tickets are $5 and can be reserved by calling Kelly at the bank at 937 981 3123. Children under 6 are free. Although Godzilla has grown to be one of Japan most iconic exports, its status in mainstream entertainment has waned in Japan. Toho Co., the creators of Godzilla movies since the first one in 1954, stopped making them after the 28th in a series in 2004. Watanabe said the film late opening in Japan was because the Japanese take summer vacations later, and he denied it was intentional to avoid jinxing it by having the movie possibly fail in the land of Godzilla birth..