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The Prize (Part 9)

Under the porch, Skinny had gone days without food. A dead squirrel or two might find its way under and the others would tear it to bits. 745 more words

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Wilmington Boy Scouts To Hold Flag Day Waffle Breakfast On June 14

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Boy Scout Troop 136 invites the public to its Flag Day Waffle Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, June 14, from 8:30am to 11:30am, at the Wilmington Knights of Columbus Hall (112 Middlesex Avenue). ¬† 30 more words

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Memorial Day 2015-Today Was a Good Day!

Sometimes things don’t go as planned, and this was one of those days. I started breakfast, glanced at facebook, and noticed on a post that there was a Memorial Day celebration and picnic at a cemetary a short distance from my home-that would start in about 30 minutes. 733 more words

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Sometimes, Politicians Need to Be Political

Kevin Williamson is being quite unfair to Robert Gates in his editorial piece. Sometimes, an argument from organizational self-interest is the best argument to carry the day on a particular issue, and failing to argue from a standpoint of organizational self-interest means losing the argument on that issue. 312 more words

Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day brings in tears & rain

By Emma Palova

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Lowell, MI – Under the gloomy skies Monday, the people of Lowell honored the 629 veterans who found their final resting place at the Oakwood Cemetery. 230 more words

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Memorial Day

I love living in a small town. Events have a very personal feeling and Memorial Day has always been an important observance in my hometown. 158 more words

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