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Honorary Club Member in San Diego

browsing through 1970’s magazine issues and saw this. thought to myself, “wonder if this is the same Pete Wilson that became California’s Governor?” why yes it was. (1972, San Diego)

Twenty-Thirty Magazine

Politics, Communications & Leadership focus of Clinton School program today

Sometimes politics, government and public service are viewed as three distinctly separate concepts.  Tonight at the Clinton School, speaker Dan Schnur will discuss how they work together to promote a better future. 189 more words

Lecture

Keeping busy behind the scenes

Here at Gloucestershire Archives we’re involved in lots of activities to gather, keep and share the documented heritage of Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire.  We’re also leading joint activities to make sure this keeps on happening, like the £2.6M… 156 more words

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Sunday Reflection

I’ve been absent from writing for a long while and am starting to crave the release of writing through my thoughts and trying to make sense out of them. 776 more words

For Your Saturday...Spectacular Hope

Christmas is God’s promise that broken things can be made beautiful again. – via Pete Wilson, Crosspoint.tv

The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, 245 more words

Jesus

A Few Missional Tweets for Your Weekend

Secularists have not succeeded in wrecking divine things; but Secularists have succeeded in wrecking secular things.—Chesterton

— Fresh Expressions US (@FExpressionsUS) November 22, 2014

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Jerry Brown’s Veto Rate is Actually Quite Low (and What that Could Mean)

September 30th was the deadline for Governor Brown to sign or veto the 1,074 bills sent to his desk by the legislature, officially ending the 2013-2014 legislative session. 747 more words

Carson Bruno