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A Kennedy is Coming to Hartford

When the Connecticut general assembly convenes in January, it will look vastly different from the current group of state lawmakers. There will be new legislative leaders and more than a dozen new faces in the house and senate. 295 more words

Student Success Statement

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“Physical fitness is not only one of the important keys to a healthy body; it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity. 196 more words

50 years of love from the Beatles to Us!

It was 50 years ago today that Sergeant Pepper brought the band to play. Wow, I remember 50 years ago as though it was yesterday. For those of us who were alive then we all know where we were Sunday night February 09, 1964. 539 more words


The enduring legacy of John Kennedy: self-belief

The Independent ran a story this week, which caught my eye: since 1927, Jack Haddock has lived in the same council house in Walsall – for almost nine decades, with only a brief pause during the war, Jack has lived in the same house. 1,940 more words


Day of Anguish-Funeral of President Kennedy

The day of the funeral of President Kennedy was one of profound sorrow, a day that may have brought some degree of formal closure to a time when hope for a brighter future for America seemed to have been taken away from us. 141 more words

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy … my memory of that day in 1963 when the world stopped

Captain Rick: That awful day in November 1963, when President John Kennedy was assassinated, was forever burned in my memory. It was such a tragic day that the world seemed to stop turning. 104 more words

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Memphis And The Mid-South Remember JFK Assassination

(Memphis) Almost all Americans more than 55 years old remember when they learned President John F. Kennedy had been shot.

In Memphis, it’s no different, as many know something about that moment 50 years ago, when everything seemed to change. 548 more words