Monthly Archives: September 2021

Nigeria @ 61: Lawan, Gbajabiamila, governments call for unity, faith, resilience

John Alechenu, Sunday Aborisade, Friday Olokor, Leke Baiyewu, Dayo Ojerinde, Stephen Angbulu, Bola Bamigbola and Hindi Livinus Posted October 1, 2021 Senate Speaker Ahmad Lawan, his deputy Ovie Omo-Agege and former Senate Speaker David Mark urged Nigerians to unite for the progress of the country and stay true to their homeland. They said so in separate messages to mark the …

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The Visionary Activist Show – Underworld Ministry

Caroline is delighted to welcome the return of Susan Shannon, as we honor the radiant resilience of the community of “Former Lifers,” those “Returning Citizens” who have served their sentences and are now part of the mentors, having gained much medicine to contribute – to all of us… The inner work allows synchronicity. Power to change the narrative. Redemption. Healing …

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5 events that broaden your ideas about yoga

Live a new experience with these yoga classes. Whether you are an expert or just starting out, these classes are sure to change your regular yoga routine. Yoga under the stars When: Friday October 1, 2021 Where: Pinelawn Memorial Park and Arboretum As the sun begins to set, beneath the gentle stream of magnificent string lights strung through the park’s …

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SJCS scores are higher than the national average

Photo: SJCS – Kindergarten Science Class – Ms. Baumgartner’s kindergarten class performed a science experiment inspired by Dr. Seuss’ book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck, creating their own oobleck to learn about solids and liquids. Exit: St. John the Evangelist Catholic School continues to perform above the national average in several subjects Valdosta, Georgia – Saint John the Evangelist Catholic School …

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Indian Creek Volleyball Advances to County Semifinals

Indian Creek central blocker Faith Wiseman wasted no time getting her team off to a good start in Wednesday’s Johnson County Volleyball Tournament game against visiting Whiteland – and she and her teammates n didn’t give up once they got out in front. Wiseman finished with 11 kills and six blocks, representing the game’s first and final points as Indian …

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chhattisgarh: Chhattisgarh reflects on sustainable development indicators at district level | Raipur news

RAIPUR: The government of Chhattisgarh is working on district and block-level indicators for the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG-12) – one of the SDGs established by the United Nations in 2015 – although a study identified that the revival of the old tradition of keeping cows in ‘Gothan’, solid waste management in Ambikapur and other state initiatives as successful practices for …

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JVP leader scents plot to create community discord in Sri Lanka

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lankan opposition lawmaker Anura Kumara Dissanayake has expressed fears of a “bloody plot” to create discord between communities in an attempt to distract public attention from the multiple crises facing the country is confronted. The warning signs (‘kasa kaarayo’, or the whip crackers that announce the arrival of a Buddhist perahera re-enactment) which had taken center stage …

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Chinese President Xi leads Martyrs Day ceremony amid patriotism campaign

Beijing, Sep 30: Chinese Leader Xi Jinping on Thursday paid tribute in a solemn commemoration to those who died in the struggle to establish Communist Party power, as he leads a nationwide campaign to strengthen the party’s patriotism and authority unique. Xi and the other six members of the party’s all-powerful Politburo Standing Committee led elderly veterans and government and …

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Hillsdale College issues redistribution report in response to University of Michigan

Justice Stephen Markman Writes Report in Response to Michigan’s Gerrymandering Plan | Ballot While the Michigan Redistribution Commission promises to redraw the state’s electoral district map by November 1, a report from Hillsdale College urges its members to focus on traditional geographic boundaries rather than demographics. Stephen Markman, a professor of constitutional law at Hillsdale and a retired Michigan Supreme …

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The new R&A captain arrives

Last Friday, the traditional driving ceremony for the new captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews took place on the 1st tee of the Old Course. Eter Forster started his year in office with a practice at 8 o’clock sharp as a cannon fired off the tee. As Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club …

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