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Howeling will get you to see his work

Meet SDWS member-

 Dave Howell: I have had a love for painting since I was a young child. I played with oils and multimedia in high school where I was encouraged by my teacher (a major influence) to enter my work in some local shows. 739 more words

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Youth Tour leads to more opportunity

In the January/February issue of Basin Today, the feature “One question, one shirt, one purpose,” described how the Iowa Rural Power program is growing beyond the borders of that state to become a nationwide effort. 121 more words

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Don't rain on Lorraine's parade

Meet SDWS member- LORRAINE PRINZING:

MY FIRST PAINTING CLASS IN OILS WAS AT AGE 30.

I LEARNED TECHNIQUES FROM WORKSHOPS AND ART BOOKS.  THE TECHNIQUE FOR COB WEB AND WATERCOLOR SPRAY AS IN  “EVOLVING”  WAS FROM MARY ANN BECKWITH. 181 more words

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High school essay honors Northern Plains Electric lineman

April 11 was National Lineman Appreciation Day, and one area high school student’s essay explains the essential role one of her local linemen plays in keeping the lights on. 396 more words

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Annie’s House: North Central Electric Cooperative helps community with adaptive ski facility

A dream is a curious thing.

It’s born and it grows, it travels and it inspires. It can be found in the most unexpected place – and create the most unanticipated beauty. 322 more words

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Warwick Classics Fresher: The Missing Puzzle Piece

Alex Popper

Coming to Warwick, I was excited by the wide variety of societies available to me.

I flung myself head-first into lots of different activities, but always felt as if something was missing – the final piece to my puzzle of fun; the Oedipus to my Jocasta.

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Warwick Classics Fresher: Social Butterfly

Belle Livingstone

Coming into Warwick, one of the first things I was keen to do was join some of the many societies on campus; as a budding classicist, and having both seen and heard about their incredible atmosphere and events, the classics society was a must.

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University Of Warwick