“Not everyone has access to horses and livestock so now they too can be involved in 4H,” said Christie Wheaton, club leader. “(Members) get to learn lifelong skills and if the can’t afford an animal they can still be a member. We didn’t want (the inability to have an animal) to be a barrier.”.
Chords add dimension and drama to a tune. By anchoring the melody firmly in a key, chords bring tonality, or coherence, to a piece of music. As clearly illustrated in the blues, chords and chord progression give drive to a song and provide resolution to that drive.
Think in general, senior housing is important to have, Noble said. Think good quality senior housing is even more important to have, and I think that what I seen so far, the projects proposed by RUPCO look like it good quality senior housing. Those residents are still not completely sold on the idea, but Noble assured the matter will be handled by the planning committee where they will try their best to address the community concerns as a next step in the process..
As is true of most Lincoln community events, Tom Jones will not only attend the 4th of July festivities in downtown Lincoln but will volunteer all day. July 4 at the Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth St. Proceeds go to help the organizations programs in Lincoln.
Pigtails Crewcuts has over 50 children’s hair salons across the country and offers children and their families a fun and exciting approach to haircuts. The first Knoxville salon will be in the Turkey Creek area and will offer the same delightful experience found at other Pigtails Crewcuts locations, including whimsical, vehicle shaped chairs, bright colors, and a variety of books, movies, toys, and video games to enjoy before, during, and after the haircut. The salon will also feature a retail section filled with children’s hair products, accessories, and gifts..
Walk In Access provides public access to private land and pays landowners by the acre to allow hunting from Sept. 1 to May 31. The program has continued to grow since it was introduced in 2011. This will only be the second year the U 12 level will play in provincials and the local coach is confident his team will perform well against the 12 other teams from across Alberta participating in the provincial challenge. The team is no stranger to competitions, with United ranking second in their league, a silver at the Slush Cup soccer tournament in March and a bronze in indoor soccer provincials in Calgary. McPhee said the team’s best ability is their skills as individual players and that the players are working towards achieving the cohesive unit as a team..