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2014-Sep-11 - A Columbus police officer stands guard near the scene

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A Columbus police officer stands guard near the scene of a shooting in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, April 30, 2011. Columbus police identified him as 27 year old Randle Lee Roberts II. They didn say where he lives. They learned after the shootout Saturday that Roberts might be a suspect in a quadruple homicide about 90 miles south in Adams County at a house along a rural state highway near the village of West Union. An Adams County dispatcher confirms the sheriff office is investigating the four deaths but hasn released details.

This photo provided by Columbus, Ohio, police, shows a booking photo of Randle Lee Roberts II. Columbus police identified him as 27 year old Randle Lee Roberts II. They didn say where he lives. They learned after the shootout Saturday that Roberts might be a suspect in a quadruple homicide about 90 miles south in Adams County at a house along a rural state highway near the village of West Union. An Adams County dispatcher confirms the sheriff office is investigating the four deaths but hasn released details.

Community Pride Award: Upton Association Board members Sally Mazer, left, and Sue Olson proudly hold the association's latest award, presented by the Warren Area Board of Realtors. The Upton Association was chosen for the Community Pride Award for its efforts in creating and maintaining the Women's Park in Warren, directly across from Upton House, which is at 380 Mahoning Ave NW. The house, landmark home of suffragette Harriet Upton, will be the site of many activities in the coming months.

In this April 22, 2011 photo, University of Iowa sophomore Autumn Bradfish, 20, of Lake Zurich, Ill., poses for a picture at the Iowa Memorial Union in Iowa City, Iowa. Bradfish said she had heard little about the reports of her location being collected on her iPhone and she said she was not particularly concerned about the practice. "If they use it just for ads, I don see that as a problem. Facebook does that. If I going to have ads thrown at me, they might as well be relevant to my location." (AP Photo/Ryan J. Foley)

The right way: During a "Safety On Wheels" program presented by Hubbard Optimist Club on April 15 at St. Patrick School in Hubbard, from left, Lou Carsone, acting Hubbard City Police Chief, and Todd Coonce, Hubbard Township Police Chief, taught second grade students proper hand signals to use while riding their bikes on roadways. During the bike safety program the students also learned that if a city or township police officer sees them wearing a helmet while riding a bike, they will receive a certificate for a free treat from Hubbard Dairy Queen. Following the bike safety program the Optimist Club gave each student a new bike helmet.

In these handout photos released by the NFL and taken in February 2011, top NFL Draft prospects are shown at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. They are, top row from left: Stanley Havili, FB, Southern California; Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State; Justin Houston, LB, Georgia; Rodney Hudson, C, Florida State; Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State; Henry Hynoski, FB, Pittsburgh. Bottom row, from left: Benjamin Ijalana, OG, Villanova; Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama; Greg Jones, Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap LB, Michigan State; Julio Jones, WR, Alabama; Cameron Jordan, DE, California; Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin.

Leon Gentry looks out over flood waters from Canoe Creek that surround his garage on Alma Avenue, after he spent the morning working to secure what he could from the rising water in Henderson, Ky., Monday, April 25, 2011. Heavy rain and severe storms are expected to continue throughout the week after most of the state received up to 4 inches of rain during the weekend. Rainfall totals for the past week range from 10 inches to 15 inches statewide, causing flooded rivers, streams and tributaries.

In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the Associated Press, a Syrian boy carries a board that reads:" stop the killing," during a protest in Daraya, southwest of Damascus, Syria, Monday, April 25, 2011. In a terrifying escalation of Syria crackdown on dissent, thousands of soldiers backed by tanks poured Monday into the southern city of Daraa, on the Jordanian border, the city where the uprising began, opening fire indiscriminately on civilians and killing at least 11 people, witnesses said. Knife wielding security agents did house to house sweeps in what activists called a campaign to intimidate protesters.

Clean spirited club members: Members of the Rotary Club of Austintown joined forces with the Fitch Interact Club for a semiannual cleaning of Kirk Road from Route 46 to Whispering Pines Drive, which is about 112 miles. The task has been undertaken twice a year for the past 10 years. The weather was cold and damp, but the volunteers kept up their spirit for improving the community. They are, standing, from left, Hillary Prestridge, Kaitlin Choma, Tina Kubacki, Todd Kubacki, Brian Laraway, Heather Fronk, David Dalvin and Dr. Mitch Dalvin; and kneeling is Gary Reel.

This Monday April 11, 2011 file photo shows Britain Prince William accompanied by his fiancee Kate Middleton, as they arrive at Witton Country Park, Darwen, England. The full list of confirmed guests attending the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton was released by Britain monarchy Saturday April 23, 2011. Soccer star David Beckham and his wife Victoria were among the most recognizable names on the list of guests at the Wholesale Jerseys April 29 nuptials. Royal family members from countries including Bahrain, Denmark, Spain and Morocco will also attend. Other guests include government officials, Afghan war veterans, and charity workers.

In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and acquired by the AP, a man carries the body of a boy witnesses say was shot during clashes with police in the southern village of Izraa, Syria, Friday, April 22, 2011.

In this photo provided by The Wilds Conservation Center, a baby rhino stands at the Wilds conservation center in Cumberland, Ohio on April 5, 2011. Facebook fans of The Wilds conservation center in southeast Ohio are being asked to select a name for its newest rhino: Firefly, Sparks or Spit Fire. Staff at the park selected the three options from more than 800 entries submitted by the public. The female southern white rhinoceros born in January is the first calf for 8 year old sire Fireball. Fireball has been at The Wilds since 2008 as part of a species survival plan. Visitors can vote for their favorite name by viewing the related entry on The Wilds Facebook page and clicking the "like" icon next to the name posting.

In this April 19, 2011 photo, Roman Catholic Bishop Richard Lennon participates in a Chrism mass in Cleveland. A fight over union rights of public workers in Ohio and Wisconsin energized mainline churches alarmed that the volatile debate would expand to target programs aiding the needy. As thousands of teachers, firefighters and other workers chanted and waved signs during weeks of Statehouse protests, some pastors and bishops lobbied lawmakers, spoke at rallies and wrote letters in favor of the public employees right to collective bargaining.

A three year old chimpanzee, named Ham, in the biopack couch for the MR 2 suborbital test flight. On January 31, 1961, a Mercury Redstone launch from Cape Canaveral carried the chimpanzee "Ham" over 640 kilometers down range in an arching trajectory that reached a peak of 254 kilometers above the Earth. The mission was successful and Ham performed his lever pulling task well in response to the flashing light. NASA used chimpanzees and other primates to test the Mercury Capsule before launching the first American astronaut Alan Shepard in May 1961. The successful flight and recovery confirmed the soundness of the Mercury Redstone systems.

Waiting for the trolley, which will transport them throughout the downtown area during the Spring Fest, are members of the Mahoning Commons Association, in front, from left, Annie Gilliam, Youngstown City Council; Marcy Applegate, Artists of the Mahoning Commons; Todd Hancock, Easy Street Productions; and Mary Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale Farragher, Calvin Center; and, in back, Sharon Letson, Youngstown CityScape; Keith Kaiser, Fellows Riverside Gardens, Mill Creek Park; the Rev. George Dunbar, Rockview Christian Church; Jacob Harver, Lemon Grove Caf; Lynn Caldwell, Artists of the Mahoning Commons; Bill Lawson, Mahoning Valley Historical Society; and Chris and Michael Golec (holding Cayden Golec) of Jubilee Limousine.

School system upgraded: Youngstown Schools Superintendent Dr. Connie Hathorn, the honored guest at the April 11 meeting of Austintown Rotary Club, discussed his revitalization plan to restructure the district. He said middle school students will encompass two sixth and seventh grade academies at Volney and Wilson, and P. Ross Berry will become an eighth and ninth grade academy. Interviews and/or auditions will be required for acceptance for the visual performing arts program and for acceptance in science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs. Hathorn, center, is thanked for his enlightening talk by Susan Leetch, Rotary president, and Jerry Haber, program chairman.

Dressed to help: Students at St. Patrick Elementary School, 38 E. Water St., Hubbard, held a dress down day recently to raise funds for victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The youngsters proved they care about those in need around the world by collecting $200 to be used by Catholic Charities to help victims of the disaster. Sporting the casual clothing they had the privilege of wearing to school after contributing to the fund are second grade students, from left, Daniel Rosser, Claire Riffle, Robert Mild and Olivia Robinson.

Evette Davis hugs her daughter Heaven, 5, and son Julian, 9, after a shooting at Ross Elementary school Tuesday, April 19, 2011, in Houston. A kindergartener who brought a loaded gun to his Houston elementary school Tuesday was among three students injured by fragments when it fired after falling from his pocket as he sat down for lunch, officials said. in the Ross Elementary School cafeteria, spraying fragments at the students, said Houston Independent School District Assistant Police Chief Robert Mock. Two 6 year old boys, including the one who had the gun, were wounded in the foot, said district spokesman Jason Spencer. A 5 year old girl also suffered a foot injury.

A heartwarming trend: Jayda Benson, at left, and Katherine Kali, fourth grade students at Holy Family School on Center Road, Poland, cuddle up in blankets they made for premature babies in the special care nursery at St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown. The two are members of the Acts of Random Kindness group, which recently made blankets from material donated by Melinda Miller, Jayda's mother. The blankets were delivered to the hospital, where the ARK girls viewed babies through the window and met one of the mothers, who recently delivered triplets.

FILE This April 21, 2010, file photo show the Deepwater Horizon oil rig burning after an explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, off the southeast tip of Louisiana. BP, the oil giant at the center of one of the world biggest environmental crises, is making strong profits again, its stock has largely rebounded, and it is paying dividends to shareholders once more. It is also pursuing new ventures from the Arctic to India. It is even angling to explore again in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, where it holds more leases than any competitor.

Eight local high school students were among the 90 others who participated in a recent 10 day Sojourn to the Past. Pictured are, from left, Shameka Walker wholesale nfl jerseys of Youngstown Early College; Penny Wells of Sojourn, who prepared the students for the trip; Da'Nazha Fludd, YEC; Sean Barron, who accompanied the group; Shaniece Howell, YEC; Shatasia Walker, Chaney High School; Minnijean Brown Trickey, one of the Little Rock Nine; and Brittany Harris, Nigel Baldwin and Cordell Jackon, East High School. Missing the from picture is Gregory Jones of YEC.

COMMERCIAL IMAGE In this photograph taken by AP Images for Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Pamela Schneider and her daughter Madeline, 7, of Madison, Conn., enjoy a scene from "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" at the Macy Flower Show at Herald Wholesale Jerseys China Square in New York, Sunday, March 27, 2011. To celebrate the Friday, April 8 Blu ray and DVD release of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader," Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment teamed with Macy to envision in flowers the of lilies scene where courageous voyagers travel to reunite with the Great Lion Aslan. The exhibit is on display in the Kids Department, Floor 7, through April 9. (Diane Bondareff/AP Images for Nike NFL Jerseys sales Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment)

The way to go: The Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County, 545 Brunstetter Rd. May 1 at Tiffany's Banquet Center, 601 Bedford Road, Brookfield. In keeping with the theme, John Summer of Hubbard sports the formal attire he will wear when he walks down the runway at the event with Lanka, a dog belonging to Edna Hanley of Hubbard. Tickets are $35 each. Reservations are not required but are suggested and can be made by calling Jan Solomon at the welfare league, 330 394 3512.

In this Tuesday Aug. 3, 2010 file picture, accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk arrives in a courtroom in Munich. The FBI believed the Soviets "quite likely fabricated" evidence central to the prosecution of Demjanjuk, according to newly declassified documents from the 1980s _ a revelation that could help the defense as closing arguments resume Wednesday, April 13, 2011 in the retired Ohio auto worker Nazi war crimes trial in Germany. The FBI field office report, obtained by The Associated Press, casts doubt on the authenticity of this Nazi ID card that is the key piece of evidence Nike NFL Jerseys in allegations that Demjanjuk served as a guard at the Sobibor death camp in occupied Poland.

In this handout photo released by Saigon Sound System, US musician Bob Dylan , right, performs with his band in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Sunday, April 10, 2011. After nearly five decades of singing about a war that continues to haunt a generation of Americans, legendary performer Bob Dylan finally got his chance to see Vietnam at peace. Dylan, 69, jammed on stage in a black jacket, purple shirt and white hat in the warm evening air, singing favorites such as "A Hard Rain a Gonna Fall" and "Highway 61 Revisited."

In this image taken from live streaming video provided by the Raptor Resource Project, an eagle feeds its newly hatched chicks in their nest in Decorah, Iowa on Sunday, April 3, 2011. A live video feed with a bird eye view of eagle eggs hatching has attracted more than 100,000 followers _ so many that the site crashed briefly Saturday after the first eaglet emerged. The camera sponsored by the Raptor Resource Project shows a nest 80 feet up in a tree overlooking a trout stream at the Decorah Fish Hatchery, where the pair of eagles is welcoming their brood.

In this Monday, June 8, 2009 file photo released by Brazil Air Force, Brazil Navy sailors recover debris from the missing Air France Flight 447 in the Atlantic Ocean. Undersea robots have located a "large part" of an Air France jet that plunged into the Atlantic Ocean in 2009, but haven yet found its black box flight recorders, French officials said Monday April 4, 2011. Victims families cautiously welcomed the surprise announcement that search teams have located pieces of the plane, after nearly two years of fruitless efforts to determine what caused it to crash. Investigators have said without the recorders, the cause may never be determined.

At left a March 1, 2003 photo obtained by the Associated Press shows Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged Sept. 11 mastermind, shortly after his capture during a raid in Pakistan. 11 attacks, is seen in detention at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The picture was allegedly taken in July 2009 by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and released only to the detainee family under a new policy allowing the ICRC to photograph Guantanamo inmates, ICRC spokesman Bernard Barrett said Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009. A federal law enforcement official says professed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four alleged co conspirators are being referred to the system of military commissions for trial.

The Hubbard Optimist Club had its 57th annual oratorical contest recently, featuring the topic "If I were the leader of the world the first issue I would address would be. ." Students wrote essays to finish the sentence. Above are two of the winners. Gabriella Hosack took first place among girls in eighth grade at St. Patrick School in Hubbard with her essay focusing on medical issues. Justin Oaks took first place among boys for his essay focusing on poverty issues. The two students will advance to regional competition in Springfield, Ohio.

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2014-Sep-11 - foot brothers Jordan and Dallin Bachynski face off in ASU

foot brothers Jordan and Dallin Bachynski face off in ASU

Visitors to the Bachynski household in Calgary, Alberta, are greeted by something that, at first glance, might not seem so unique: A tall, wooden measuring stick.

But take a closer look.

Both sides are filled with marks from pens and markers, listing heights and dates. Jordan's side starts when he was four and a half years old and four feet tall. Dallin's side starts at age three, and three feet, three and a half inches tall.

The stick stands at 7 foot 1, now barely tall enough for Dallin, a junior center at Utah who checks in at seven feet. Jordan can't fit anymore; the Arizona State senior center now measures at 7 foot 2.

"We kind of just imagine where Jordan is on the stick," says John, their father.

The markings tell a story of steady growth ?? about three inches per year ?? and some spurts. The size of the stick tells what John and his wife, Yolanda, will say: They couldn't have known how big their boys would end up.

They did know, however, that they'd likely be somewhat tall. John is 6 5, and Yolanda is 6 2. Jordan and Dallin's sister, Jessica, is 6 1 ("She made the six foot cutoff, so we're keeping her," John says.)

On Thursday night, Jordan and Dallin will face each other again, their second meeting as members of Pac 12 foes. Last January, in their first matchup, Jordan's Sun Devils bested the Utes, 55 54 in overtime.

This year, Jordan enters the matchup as the conference's best shot blocker ?? he'll break the Pac 12 career record with 17 more ?? and a key piece of a team hoping to nab an NCAA tournament bid. Arizona State coach Herb Sendek calls Jordan one of the most improved players in the country in the last four years and says Jordan "just has an uncanny ability to have timing when it comes to blocking shots."

Jordan leads the nation with 4.5 blocks per game. His 81 blocks on the season are more than 258 teams have. Vernon Davis Elite Jersey A talented shot blocker last year, too, Jordan set the Pac 12 individual season record with 120 on the year.

What will be different in this brother to brother matchup is Dallin's role with the Utes.

"Last year, I didn't play against (Jordan) for so many minutes," Dallin says. "This year, it's a little more nerve wracking for me because it's going to be more than just five minutes on the floor against each other."

A key reserve averaging six points and five rebounds in 16 minutes a game after an up and down season last year, Dallin has become "probably our highest energy player," Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak says now.

Dallin says he's improved his approach to the game and his approach to his Justin Smith Jersey role within it. Krystkowiak refers to that as Dallin "freeing up his mind."

"He's playing with confidence, and that's the toughest thing to teach basketball players," Jordan says. "If you play scared, like scared to make mistakes, you're not going to be pushing the envelope, working hard to get better. In order to get better or play phenomenally, you are going to have to make mistakes. . That's something Dallin has definitely embraced."

Both brothers certainly understand the importance of the mental part of basketball. When they were younger and struggling with the idea of playing aggressively on the court, one of their mother's friends suggested an idea: Give each boy an on court alter ego.

So, Jordan became Wolverine (from X Men), and Dallin became Justin Smith Authentic Jersey Batman.

"We're both nice guys off the court," Jordan says. "That's something I pride myself in, Vernon Davis Jersey being a nice guy, treating people around me how I wanted to be treated. You can't really do that if you want to be successful on the basketball court.

"You have to flip a switch and turn into someone completely different."

Both brothers say their superhero alter egos have turned into a bit of a running joke in the family, and still get brought up.

Theirs is a tight knit family, and, for the first time in at least a handful of years, all three Bachynski children plus Jordan's wife, Malia made it home to Calgary for Christmas. Between each brother serving a two year Mormon mission (Jordan to south Florida, Dallin to Croatia) and various other reasons like school schedules, it's been tough to get everyone home at the same time.

They made the most of it. Like they did when they were little, they built a quinzee, which is essentially a snow fort. Their father used a bobcat to help dump a pile of snow seven foot tall in one place; they dug out the middle from there.

"It's actually pretty warm once you get in there, as long as you don't have snow in your boots or anything," Dallin says.

Of course, with multiple seven footers to fit in there, it had to be a bit bigger than the quinzees they built when they were younger.

"Also because, well, go big or go home," Dallin says, laughing. And in this family, it's always better to go big.

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2014-Sep-11 - Clippers' Matt Barnes fined on invalidated ejection

Clippers' Matt Barnes fined on invalidated ejection

Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes.(Photo: Jayne Kamin Oncea, USA TODAY Sports)

Story HighlightsLos Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes was fined $25,000 for leaving court slowly after Patrick Willis Jersey ejectionNBA also degraded Flagrant 2 foul to Flagrant 1, so Barnes would not have been ejected at all SundayBarnes was in second game back from eye surgery, as Clippers beat Minnesota Timberwolves in Mike Iupati Womens Jersey overtimeLos Angeles Clippers small forward Matt Barnes was fined $25,000 for failing to leave the court in a timely manner after being ejected Sunday, the NBA announced Monday.

Barnes was ejected after committing a Flagrant 2 foul with 56.8 seconds remaining in the third quarter of Sunday's overtime win against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The veteran stayed on the floor to protest the call.

After the game, the NBA downgraded Barnes' foul from a Flagrant 2 to a Flagrant 1, which would not have warranted an ejection. But the Clippers went on to win 120 116 despite a Mike Iupati Jersey three point, 11 minute effort from their top wing reserve.

The game was Barnes' second since returning from a retinal tear in his left eye in November. He has Patrick Willis Elite Jersey averaged 6.3 points and 3.9 rebounds in 10 games this season.

March 3, 2014: The night belonged to LeBron James, who put on a show for the South Beach crowd with a career high and Heat record 61 points in a 124 107 win over the Bobcats. (Photo: Robert Mayer, USA TODAY Sports).

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2014-Sep-11 - Ansonia put finishing touches on rival Derby

Ansonia put finishing touches on rival Derby

SHELTON Ansonia's football players admit it. They were bummed about leaving Friday night's mudbath at halftime. The Chargers wanted to keep pouring on the points against rival Derby.

"It was Ansonia football weather," lineman Michael Crabtree Womens Jersey Dylan Vano said. "We wanted to get down and pound the ball. We wanted to get muddy. It was awesome."

The fans who showed up for the second half Saturday at Shelton's Finn Stadium couldn't have noticed the difference.

Arkeel Newsome picked up where he left off, scoring a pair of long touchdowns, as Ansonia put the finishing touches on a 55 19 victory over rival Derby.

Newsome, who ran for 230 yards and scored three touchdowns in Ansonia's 36 12 first half the night before, carried just three times on Saturday.

He scored twice, from 31 and 72 yards out in the third quarter, to end any lingering doubts about the outcome.

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"Arkeel, he's a special running back," Vano said. "He's trying to fill (') shoes. That's no easy task, but he's starting to prove that he's going to be a good one."

With quarterback 's side, Ansonia coach was glad Newsome could get Day 2 over quickly and quietly.

"It's different," Brockett said. "You're up 24 points and you just don't want to let them back into the game. With Kreiger they can certainly get back into the game in the hurry up. He's an amazing quarterback."

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2014-Sep-11 - 2010 Life Traverse City Record

2010 Life Traverse City Record

The Education calendar is published weekly. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49684.

Poetry Slam, Feb. Presented by Traverse Bay Christian School students. For details call 929 9504.

MAEA Region 15 K 12 Student Art Exhibit, Opening reception Feb. , Artcenter Traverse City, 720 S. Elmwood Ave. No charge, open to the public.

"Bye Bye Birdie", Feb. Francis High School. Tickets are $15 adults, $10 students, on sale in Room 19 in the HS basement.

"The Princess Peony," performed by Northwest Michigan Ballet Theatre, Feb. Tickets $14 adults, $10 students and seniors. show is $10 prix fixe. Free Valentine's Day reception between the 2/14 shows. Feb. Feb. 20, performances and treats, Faith Reformed Church, 1139 E. Front St., TC; $8, 933 3573. Feb. 20, Old Art Building, 111 Main St., Leland; free. Auditions Feb. at the high school or by appointment; call Judy at 384 0654. All ages, featuring 1950's theme. All proceeds benefit Forest Area PTO. Open enrollment through Apr. 8, followed by lottery Apr. 9. Feb. 16 and 24; Woodland is a K 8 tuition free charter school, 7224 Supply Road, Traverse City; 947 7474.

Catholic Human Services Prevention Program, Feb. RSVP to Kayla Thomas or Marybeth Novak at 929 7070. Joint meetings on 3rd Tue. of each month.

Westwoods Elementary Kindergarten Parent Meeting, Feb. in the library. Call Bonnie Shaw at 933 7970 for details.

TC West Middle School Parent Orientation, Parents of incoming 7th and 8th grade Feb. (8th). Aldon Smith 49ers Jersey All meetings in the Little Theater. Call 933 8200 for details.

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TC Central High School Curriculum Info Night, Feb. Held in the corridor outside the counseling office. Call 933 3560 for details.

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"Dancing with the Stars," Teens interested in learning Ballroom Dance may contact Richard Dodge at Studio 7 Arts. No partner needed. Scholarships available.

Cheerleading, Seeking partners to establish non profit all star cheerleading program in the Traverse City area for elementary age girls. Contact Michelle at (989) 379 2627, write to Cheerleading, 9881 Long Rapids Rd., Alpena, MI 49707.

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