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The Mining Journal
Charles M. ‘Chuck’ PalomakiHe was born on June 10, 1929 in Ishpeming to John and Anna (Leppanen) Palomaki.
Charles M. ‘Chuck’ Palomaki
The Mining Journal / Posted 3 hours ago
He was born on June 10, 1929 in Ishpeming to John and Anna (Leppanen) Palomaki. Chuck graduated from Ishpeming High School in 1948. He served in the U.S. Navy on the U.S.S. Sierra during the Korean War. Following his honorable discharge from the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Bakery owner Paul McErlean, who sold bread to President Bill Clinton, dies aged 87 Paul McErlean at work in the Arizona Street bakery in 1979 The death of Paul
Bakery owner Paul McErlean, who sold bread to President Bill Clinton, dies aged 87
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Paul McErlean at work in the Arizona Street bakery in 1979 The death of Paul C McErlean - one of Belfast's best-known business figures - has been announced. He was... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Louis S. Muraca, retired auto salesman was a Korean War vetJan. 29, 1933 – Jan. 25, 2016 NIAGARA FALLS – Louis S. Muraca of Niagara Falls
Louis S. Muraca, retired auto salesman was a Korean War vet
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
Jan. 29, 1933 – Jan. 25, 2016 NIAGARA FALLS – Louis S. Muraca of Niagara Falls, a retired auto salesman, died Jan. 25 in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, Amherst, after a brief illness. He was 82. Born in Niagara Falls, he was a graduate of... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Charles TomazinHe was born February 14, 1922, in Warren, Ohio, the son of the late Karl and Lo
Charles Tomazin
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 3 days ago
He was born February 14, 1922, in Warren, Ohio, the son of the late Karl and Louise Tomazin. He was a graduate of Warren G. Harding High School. Charles had been in the Food Service Business his whole life. He worked for Youngstown Creamery and... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown News, Obituaries, Tributes, CHARLES J. TOMAZIN, Youngstown, Ohio“Together Again” WARREN - Charles J. Tomazin, 93, passed away Monday, Feb. 1,
Youngstown News, Obituaries, Tributes, CHARLES J. TOMAZIN, Youngstown, Ohio
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 3 days ago
“Together Again” WARREN - Charles J. Tomazin, 93, passed away Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, at Shepherd of the Valley in Howland. He was born Feb. 14, 1922, in Warren, the son of the late Karl and Louise Tomazin. He was a graduate of Warren G. Harding... Read more
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The Times Leader
JEANNE HINESShe was born May 2, 1921, in Barnesville, OH, daughter of the late George M. Hi
JEANNE HINES
The Times Leader / Posted 3 days ago
She was born May 2, 1921, in Barnesville, OH, daughter of the late George M. Hines and Elizabeth L. Newhardt Hines. A retired teacher from the Canton Public School System after 35 years of service, Jeanne served as a deacon at The First Presbyterian... Read more
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Canberra Times
Calls for more psychologists in Canberra schoolsThe panel was commissioned after a 10-year-old boy with autism was locked in a
Calls for more psychologists in Canberra schools
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
The panel was commissioned after a 10-year-old boy with autism was locked in a cage in a Canberra primary school in 2015. Photo: Supplied The Australian Education Union and advocacy groups have called on the ACT government to increase the number of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked iPhones and iPads anger consumersSuzanne McCarthy's excitement over her new purchase turned to anger very quickl
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked iPhones and iPads anger consumers
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
Suzanne McCarthy's excitement over her new purchase turned to anger very quickly. Sydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, which she had nabbed at Sydney Airport's lost property auction for $330. But the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked iPhones and iPads anger consumersSuzanne McCarthy's excitement over her new purchase turned to anger very quickl
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked iPhones and iPads anger consumers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
Suzanne McCarthy's excitement over her new purchase turned to anger very quickly. Sydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, which she had nabbed at Sydney Airport's lost property auction for $330. But the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked digital devices anger consumersSydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, wh
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked digital devices anger consumers
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Sydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, which she had nabbed at Sydney Airport's lost property auction for $330. But the excitement turned to anger when she realised the device was activation (or iCloud) locked,... Read more
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The Courier
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked iPhones and iPads anger consumersSuzanne McCarthy's excitement over her new purchase turned to anger very quickl
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked iPhones and iPads anger consumers
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Suzanne McCarthy's excitement over her new purchase turned to anger very quickly. Sydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, which she had nabbed at Sydney Airport's lost property auction for $330. But the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked digital devices anger consumersSydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, wh
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked digital devices anger consumers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Sydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, which she had nabbed at Sydney Airport's lost property auction for $330. But the excitement turned to anger when she realised the device was activation (or iCloud) locked,... Read more
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The Age
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked digital devices anger consumersSydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, wh
Complaints about auctions rise, as locked digital devices anger consumers
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Sydney retiree Suzanne McCarthy was excited to start using her first iPad 3, which she had nabbed at Sydney Airport's lost property auction for $330. But the excitement turned to anger when she realised the device was activation (or iCloud) locked,... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Special events planned at SFdSThis year's theme, "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Servi
Special events planned at SFdS
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 7 days ago
This year's theme, "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service," focuses on the important academic, faith-building and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education. To kick off the week, St. Francis de Sales will begin... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Holy Name plans celebration weekThis year's theme, "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Servi
Holy Name plans celebration week
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
This year's theme, "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service," focuses on the important academic, faith-building and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education. The week kicks off with the Crusader Breakfast on... Read more
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The Young Witness
Vinnies volunteers await moving dateVinnies volunteers in Young just couldn’t contain their excitement when they we
Vinnies volunteers await moving date
The Young Witness / Posted 12 days ago
Vinnies volunteers in Young just couldn’t contain their excitement when they were handed the keys to their new premises in Lovell Street. EXCITING TIME AHEAD: Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson visited St Vincent de Paul volunteers Joanne... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Mary Ann WehnerMary was born Jan. 2, 1931, in Milwaukee, Wis., a daughter of the late John and
Mary Ann Wehner
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
Mary was born Jan. 2, 1931, in Milwaukee, Wis., a daughter of the late John and Alice Gutkowski Wietrzychowski. Mary was active in Catholic churches in both Milwaukee and Ohio. She taught CCD, sang in church choirs as well as serving as lector and... Read more
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Daily Journal
Club donates winter accessoriesThe Woman's Club of Vineland collected winter accessories including hats and gl
Club donates winter accessories
Daily Journal / Posted 14 days ago
The Woman's Club of Vineland collected winter accessories including hats and gloves for children. The items were donated to St. Vincent de Paul Society, which operates a food pantry and free clothing boutique, which services Vineland, Millville and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Century-old stamps up for grabs in Vinnies op shop auction Photo: Cooma Vinnies shop manager Donna Kunowsky came up with the idea of run
Century-old stamps up for grabs in Vinnies op shop auction
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Photo: Cooma Vinnies shop manager Donna Kunowsky came up with the idea of running a silent auction for the stamp albums. (Supplied: St Vincent de Paul Society) A collection of old stamps —... Read more
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Kenosha News
Stand up and take responsibility, MLK speakers urgeThe speakers at Monday’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration had a c
Stand up and take responsibility, MLK speakers urge
Kenosha News / Posted 18 days ago
The speakers at Monday’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration had a clear message: Take responsibility for yourself and stand up to power. The event, held at Gateway Technical College, was attended by more than 100 activists, students,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Dodgy donations end up costing local charitiesFOR some people, the Christmas break and New Year is the perfect time to clean
Dodgy donations end up costing local charities
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
FOR some people, the Christmas break and New Year is the perfect time to clean out the house. But it's also a time when charity op-shops can become overwhelmed with donations and may be forced to pay for unsuitable or damaged goods to be dumped in... Read more
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The Mining Journal
WE Energies supports American Red Cross, St. Vincent dePaul SocietyIn photo at left, Joan Zbacnik, left, and Carol McCutcheon, volunteers for Amer
WE Energies supports American Red Cross, St. Vincent dePaul Society
The Mining Journal / Posted 20 days ago
In photo at left, Joan Zbacnik, left, and Carol McCutcheon, volunteers for American Red Cross, receive a $500 check from Dave Smith, manager of administrative services at Presque Isle Power Plant. The donation will support the American Red Cross'... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Grand Caillou News: Jan. 14The auxiliary is planning its next raffle. Anyone interested in donating a new
Grand Caillou News: Jan. 14
The Daily Comet / Posted 21 days ago
The auxiliary is planning its next raffle. Anyone interested in donating a new item to have placed on the ticket, please call 851-7732 no later than Feb. 15. The next meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 12. Diocesan Child Protection Contact Line:... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Grand Caillou News: Jan. 14The auxiliary is planning its next raffle. Anyone interested in donating a new
Grand Caillou News: Jan. 14
The Houma Courier / Posted 21 days ago
The auxiliary is planning its next raffle. Anyone interested in donating a new item to have placed on the ticket, please call 851-7732 no later than Feb. 15. The next meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 12. Diocesan Child Protection Contact Line:... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business BriefsLocal dentist donates over 15,000 toothbrushes in 2015 Pediatric Dentistry of
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 22 days ago
Local dentist donates over 15,000 toothbrushes in 2015 Pediatric Dentistry of Fort Myers, Dr. Tim Verwest, DMD gave away over 15,000 free toothbrushes during dental presentations in 2015. Children in Lee, Collier, and Charlotte counties were the... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat a caring communityThe Ballarat community united once again to raise $270,000 to help families enj
Ballarat a caring community
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
The Ballarat community united once again to raise $270,000 to help families enjoy Christmas. EFFORT: 3BA Christmas Appeal director Peter Caligari has thanked the Ballarat community for supporting the 36th appeal. Picture: Erin Williams THE 3BA... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Third grade class wins penny driveESCANABA - There was a war at Soo Hill Elementary School - a penny war. Classe
Third grade class wins penny drive
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 24 days ago
ESCANABA - There was a war at Soo Hill Elementary School - a penny war. Classes at the school competed to see which one could raise the most money. Collection jars were placed in each class room and also were located at the school's Christmas... Read more
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Kenosha News
Gateway sets annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebrationThelma Sias, vice president of local affairs for Wisconsin Energy Corp. Energy
Gateway sets annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration
Kenosha News / Posted 24 days ago
Thelma Sias, vice president of local affairs for Wisconsin Energy Corp. Energy Group, will be the keynote speaker for Gateway Technical College’s 22nd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. The event will be Jan. 18 in the Madrigrano... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Stephen E. KopnickyHe was born Aug. 17, 1938, in Uniontown, Pa., the son of the late Stephen and B
Stephen E. Kopnicky
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
He was born Aug. 17, 1938, in Uniontown, Pa., the son of the late Stephen and Blanche Kopnicky. He was a graduate of Georges Township High School and came to Warren in 1956. He retired from American Welding in Niles as a fabricator after 15 years.... Read more
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News Mail
Lives brightened by proceeds of appealCHRISTMAS was made all the merrier for local families doing it tough thanks to
Lives brightened by proceeds of appeal
News Mail / Posted 26 days ago
CHRISTMAS was made all the merrier for local families doing it tough thanks to the generosity of residents contributing to the 2015 Mayor's Christmas Appeal. Mayor Mal Forman said the 2015 appeal had raised $15,085 to assist the charitable work of... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Richard A. Batt, former Trico engineering director, WWII veteranOct. 29, 1919 – Dec. 25, 2015 Richard A. “Dick” Batt, the former director of e
Richard A. Batt, former Trico engineering director, WWII veteran
The Buffalo News / Posted 27 days ago
Oct. 29, 1919 – Dec. 25, 2015 Richard A. “Dick” Batt, the former director of engineering for Trico Products Corp. and a World War II veteran, died Christmas Day in North Coast Hospice, Carlsbad, Calif., after a long illness. The Clarence resident... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Thumbs-up, thumbs-down; it's your choiceTHUMBS-UP Thumbs-up to Maria Reese and her Zumba class that takes place behind
Thumbs-up, thumbs-down; it's your choice
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
THUMBS-UP Thumbs-up to Maria Reese and her Zumba class that takes place behind the St. Mary's Church Activity Center. These generous ladies donated numerous Christmas gifts to the church's St. Vincent de Paul Society, so they could hand them out to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
GoodThnx wins APN Outdoor supportAnte Juricin and Shannon Poulton with ‘Alfie’ an adoption cat at one of the sup
GoodThnx wins APN Outdoor support
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
Ante Juricin and Shannon Poulton with ‘Alfie’ an adoption cat at one of the supported charities, RSPCA. Pic by Tait Schmaal. LISTED advertising company APN Outdoor Group has donated nearly half a million dollars worth of space nationally to spread... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Charities list their worst donation discoveriesMultiple sets of false teeth have been “donated” to Queensland charity shops, b
Charities list their worst donation discoveries
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Multiple sets of false teeth have been “donated” to Queensland charity shops, but who in their right mind would want to buy them? ADULT toys, prosthetic limbs and dead animals are not typically passed on second hand to neighbours or friends. Yet... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Placer’s St. Vincent de Paul Society ends 2015 with a bangIn early December, they relocated their thrift store to a more visible location
Placer’s St. Vincent de Paul Society ends 2015 with a bang
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
In early December, they relocated their thrift store to a more visible location at 1014 Douglas Blvd. And, later that same month, many went to a Roseville City Council meeting where two of them – husband-and-wife team Fred and Pauline Wight – were... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Placer’s St. Vincent de Paul Society ends 2015 with a bangThe hundreds of volunteers at Placer County’s St. Vincent de Paul Society lived
Placer’s St. Vincent de Paul Society ends 2015 with a bang
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
The hundreds of volunteers at Placer County’s St. Vincent de Paul Society lived through an eventful holiday season in 2015. In early December, they relocated their thrift store to a more visible location at 1014 Douglas Blvd. And, later that same... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
PLC Armidale's 2015 speech night resultsPLC Armidale welcomed back Old Girl, Rhiannon Rees as the College's special gue
PLC Armidale's 2015 speech night results
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 30 days ago
PLC Armidale welcomed back Old Girl, Rhiannon Rees as the College's special guest to the 2015 Annual Speech Day. Scroll down for more photos All that awaits the students and staff is the much-anticipated announcement of the 2015 year 12 HSC results... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Tossers are costing Vinnies a packetTOSSERS dumping smelly and inappropriate items in and around the clothing bins
Tossers are costing Vinnies a packet
Daily Examiner / Posted a month ago
TOSSERS dumping smelly and inappropriate items in and around the clothing bins of charity organisations are costing charities up to $200,000 a year. Staff of a local St Vincent de Paul shop said they were left to clean up some disgusting finds in a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'
Daily Liberal / Posted a month ago
IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability” according to 91-year-old night carer Reg Lambert. IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability”... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a month ago
IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability” according to 91-year-old night carer Reg Lambert. IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability”... Read more
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The Young Witness
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'
The Young Witness / Posted a month ago
IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability” according to 91-year-old night carer Reg Lambert. IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability”... Read more
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Western Advocate
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation
Living on the streets: Mandurah a city of 'desperation and vulnerability'
Western Advocate / Posted a month ago
IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability” according to 91-year-old night carer Reg Lambert. IT’S a different world in Mandurah when the sun goes down, one of “desperation and vulnerability”... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Local goalie gets invitation for select hockey campHayden Stocker, who attends Redwood High, will be one of nine goalies from Cali
Local goalie gets invitation for select hockey camp
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 1 months ago
Hayden Stocker, who attends Redwood High, will be one of nine goalies from California invited to participate in the CAHA select camp in Lakewood on Jan. 22-24. Stocker, who plays for the Oakland Bears U16 AA midget ice hockey team, will be competing... Read more
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hcam.tv
Year of Mercy at Fatima ShrineDecember 13th Poor in Spirit St. Vincent de Paul Society January 10th Those wh
Year of Mercy at Fatima Shrine
hcam.tv / Posted 1 months ago
December 13th Poor in Spirit St. Vincent de Paul Society January 10th Those who mourn Hospice Care February 14th Meek/care for earth Local Catholic Worker ministry March 13th Merciful Bethany Prison Ministries April 10th Thirst for Righteousness... Read more
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Northern Star
Vinnies braces itself for illegal dumping costsVINNIES is bracing itself for significant illegal dumping costs over the Januar
Vinnies braces itself for illegal dumping costs
Northern Star / Posted 1 months ago
VINNIES is bracing itself for significant illegal dumping costs over the January holiday period, Executive Officer at the St Vincent de Paul Society NSW Lismore Central Council, Michael Timbrell has said. "January has become our 'peak dumping month'... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Richard A. Batt, former director of engineering at TricoOct. 29, 1919 – Dec. 25, 2015 Richard A. “Dick” Batt, the former director of e
Richard A. Batt, former director of engineering at Trico
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
Oct. 29, 1919 – Dec. 25, 2015 Richard A. “Dick” Batt, the former director of engineering for Trico Products Corp. and a World War II veteran, died Christmas Day in Hospice Buffalo, Cheektowaga, after a long illness. The Clarence resident was... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Holy Name Catholic School students donate timeIn doing various service projects, the students fulfilled the category of servi
Holy Name Catholic School students donate time
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
In doing various service projects, the students fulfilled the category of service in this year's Catholic Schools Week theme, "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service." Catholic schools across the country, including the nine... Read more

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