I leave you to imagine her rounding up the participants, arranging a vehicle, snacks, a song list for the journey to the burg not far from here, on the banks of the mighty Sturgeon.Buckmaster’s first gig out of theatre school, Grant MacEwan, was in the 2001 Lemoine screwball On The Banks of the Nut. Her character was a resourceful temp who accompanies “the federal talent agent for Wisconsin” on a quest to find a citizen of rare talent. Other sparky heroines followed, including the cheerful meddler who creates an espionage crisis involving three identical attach cases merely by tossing off the lie that her name is Vidalia, in the 2002 screwball of that name.
When she finally parked, I contemplated marching up to her car and giving her a piece of my mind but I didn’t. And this is not to say I’m perfect. I’ve done my share of tailgating when running late and for that shame on me. As a history teacher I knew I could go to the History Channel website and show part of a movie on a related topic if there was not enough to do. I learned from subbing science that Discovery Education has a lot of movie clip options for science. There are other ways besides movies too; you could discuss the work the students did or try and review past lessons if you’re familiar with the content to name a few ideas.
Future Saturday open houses include: June 20, July 18, August 15, September 19, and October 17. Some of the open houses will include an exhibit and talk. To Noon, the Coventry Garden Club will hold its Annual Plant Sale at the Garden on the Green on Rte.
The other marquee feature of Wear 2.0 is support forstandalone apps that don need a companion app to run on your phone. That means developers can write apps that are purely geared toward the watch and they can then publish it on the Google Play store, which is now also available directly on the watch. That sounds more useful than it is unless you plan on getting an LTE enabled watch and leave your phone at home.
Former New York Knicks player Charles Oakley exchanges words with a security guard during the first half of an NBA basketball game between the New York Knicks and the LA Clippers Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, in New York. He has been ejected and is currently being arrested by the New York City Police Department.
ARMSTRONG, John Alan June 21, 1931 February 26, 2014 It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of John Armstrong on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at the South Health Campus, surrounded by his wife of thirty three years, his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. John is lovingly remembered by his wife, Selma Halladay, his children, Diana (Daniel) Jones, Barb Ross (Bob Elliston), Shelley Nicklom, John (Tracy) Armstrong, his grandchildren, Jennifer, Sarah, Dayna, Joshua, Caitlin, Brittney, Tauni, Joey, Shayla, Brendan, Oakley, Emma and great grandchildren, Caleb, Cole, Blaine, Jaina, Cade, Alli, Dani, and Easton. He is survived by his sister, Betty McRorie of Avonlea, Sask and life long partner and friend Alice Nicholl.