Sharon Smith Obituary (1941 – 2021) – Stratford, CT

Sharon bates smithSharon (Shari) Bates Smith, 80, of Stratford, the beloved widow of John F. Smith, passed away peacefully with her son and sister by her side on Friday, December 31, 2021 at the Connecticut Hospice in Branford. Born in Norwalk on September 23, 1941 to the late Walter E. …

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Exercise Can Help People Reach Their Goals in the New Year News

CLEARFIELD – Clearfield YMCA CEO Don Herres gave some tips for people trying to keep their New Years Resolutions to lose weight and get in shape. Before starting an exercise program, you should check with your healthcare professional how much exercise it is safe for you to do, Herres said. …

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Creation of the Annie & Lucas Patrick-Mary E. Gambee Memorial Fund

History links DURHAM – Duke University Athletics recently received an important gift from former student-athletes Annie Mulholland Patrick and Lucas patrick in partnership with the donor Pradeep Baliga. The donation will be used to endow the Annie & Lucas Patrick-Mary E. Gambee Memorial Fund, a scholarship established in the name …

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How Developer Marvy Finger Built a Career and Business on “Main et Main”

Marvy Finger has thrived for 63 years in the real estate industry following a straightforward strategy of developing and operating apartment complexes in prime locations, never selling them. But last year, with apartment values ​​up 50% and an institutional investment group on the prowl for acquisitions, Finger revisited the strategy …

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Hundreds of Idaho workers earn little governor

In most private or public workplaces, the boss is usually the highest paid employee. There are a few notable exceptions, such as sometimes superiors choose stock options or a percentage of profits. In Idaho, it is not the governor who is the highest paid employee, but someone who has worked …

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East Lansing nonprofit raises $50,000 for new pickleball complex

EAST LANSING — When Norm Houtekier moved to the Detroit area about five years ago, he couldn’t find anyone to play racquetball with. Instead, everyone was playing pickleball, a game similar to tennis but with a wooden paddle and a smaller court. Houtekier joined and at 89, the East Lansing …

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LCCC’s Wulff signs with Oklahoma Christian

Jan. 5 – CHEYENNE – Nate Ulness should rack his brains to think of a time in the past 16 months that he met Jayla Wulff on the Laramie County Community College campus, and she didn’t have a soccer ball with her . “She’s a football junkie,” said the second-year …

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Homero Gutierrez Galvan | Obituary

CASPER – Homero Gutierrez Galvan, 89, died on December 13, 2021 in Casper with his wife by his side. He moved to Casper in 2019 to be closer to his family, having lived the previous 48 years in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was born on May 3, 1932 to Joe …

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PARD offers 10% discount on all annual memberships at CMRC & Baca Center

Special membership offer for the CMRC and BACA Center for January in progress. Buy an ANNUAL subscription to the CMRC or the Baca Center during the month of January and receive 10% off, and get a membership t-shirt while supplies last! More information HERE. The Clay Madsen Recreation Center has …

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Three young handball players encourage other women to take up the sport in Kerry

The important role that handball could play in the development, from a sport and recreational model, of young women across Kerry is illustrated by the involvement of three young players from East Kerry attached to Spa / Killarney Handball Club. Newcomers Niamh Faulds (24), Aoife Walsh (23) and Elena O’Donoghue, …

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