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Music for Sunday, May 24 at St. Mary's, Park Ridge

Below is a blurb I wrote for the weekly eNewsletter at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church about some of the music that will be in the coming Sunday’s liturgy. 387 more words

Blogging Toward Sunday

Four mortgage rules you need to know...

There’s a lot to consider when applying for a new mortgage. Just because you can afford the price tag doesn’t mean you’re home safe.

It is to state the obvious to say that buying a home is among the most important financial moves you will ever make. 408 more words


Brace yourselves, exams are coming! (…but winter is not)

It’s that time of the year again: exams. A few nerve-wracking weeks of procrastination and (consequent) last-minute cramming. Late nights, high stress levels, increased caffeine intake, even nightmares — that’s just how it is. 678 more words


High school junior sets Oregon state golf record with a 63-shot round at state tourney

Updated story on Jeremy Wu's amazing 63 in state golf today. http://t.co/phpv0nMmeP

— Tim Trower (@TimTrower) May 19, 2015

Jeremy Wu had the round of his life on Monday, firing a state-record single round score of 63 to take a an eight-shot lead entering the second round of the Oregon School Activities Association Class 3A/2A/1A state tournament.

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Emails from Rev Paul ( evidence of communication)

Dear Nicky,

Thank you for all that. The BBC clip is on our web-site. Well done re. The Three John Scotts and Hull FC- you never know eh?- same with the attached! 37 more words

Self Initiated Project

St. Mary’s Mailing List

There’s a new genealogy mailing list in town. It’s called St. Mary’s. More specifically it’s for the St. Mary’s Municipality in the county of Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, Canada. 105 more words


1864: St Mary's Anglican Church, Bulla, Victoria

Thirty kilometres north of Melbourne and eleven kilometres east of Sunbury is the township of Bulla which derives its name from the aboriginal word ‘Bulla-Bulla’ and means ‘two round low hills’ or ‘the two breasts.’ 2,886 more words