Gay marriage is legal, and if you look at it from Stonewall and bring it forward, then yes, we progressed a great deal, but there still a lot more work to do. If nothing else for awareness; awareness promotes education. Pride festivities, which are organized by a core group of five along with many other volunteers, take place around the city until June 16, when the will then be passed on to Gananoque Pride..
“Adm. Swift’s vision of 3rd Fleet Forward as a second maneuver element in the Pacific is more relevant today than ever. We must remember our roots. The program given on Sunday will be in Beaver Dam at First Evangelical Lutheran Church from 9:15 to 10:15 AM. Mike has written numerous articles and given many lectures on jazz musicians from the Swing era. As part of his presentations he will feature recordings of Bunny Berigan from all phases of his career, dating from 1930 to 1942.
In 2014, the Tigers led the SEC in punt return average (17.8). In 2015, the Tigers ranked fourth in the nation in kickoff returns (27.94) and led the SEC in kickoff return yardage (950). Meanwhile, Daniel Carlson finished as one of three finalists for the Lou Groza Award, setting an Auburn season record with 23 field goals made, including four of 50+ yards..
“Peter is a really talented guy, a dynamo,” says Donald Trump, who employs Arnell Group for special projects. “He had the really great judgment to cast my girlfriend, Melania Knauss, in one of his big watch campaigns. He’s got great connections and a great table at [New York City restaurant] Nobu.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsThe Salvation Army of Fond du Lac County and representatives from some of the Red Kettle Campaign community partners smile and announce that the 2017 Red Kettle Campaign exceeded it’s goal. The goal was $160,000. Pictured are, front row, from left: Sarah Razner, of Action Publications and The Reporter; Lindsay Pansier, of Horicon Bank; Dawn Nett, of Alliant Energy; Victoria Mayes, of Holiday Automotive; Captain Telinda Wilson, of The Salvation Army; Lisa Cardinal and Debbie Hurley, of West Shore Group, Inc.; Jill Wendt of Society Insurance; Danita Legler of The Salvation Army; back row, from left: Audrey and Don Sager, of Open Road Hog Chapter 2166; Jason Dill, of Uecker Witt Funeral Home; Brian Kuhnz of Radio Plus; Spencer Wagen, of Mountain Dog Media; Joe Braun, of FDL Area Foundation; Jon Wendt, of Ellison Electric Supply Inc.; Larry Goebel, of Goebel Financial Insurance Financial Inc; Jed Heller, of National Exchange Bank Foundation Inc.; Dale Hans, of Horicon Bank; Ron Jacobson, of The Salvation Army, Scott Richter and Sarah Dowidat of The Salvation Army Advisory Board and Red Kettle Campaign Planning Team..