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Blandford, MAthewestfieldnews.com

Council extends deadline for juried exhibition

BLANDFORD-The Blandford Cultural Council has extended its deadline to apply for its first Artisan Exhibition until Aug. 20, according to secretary Susan Racine. “We already have six exhibitors for the juried exhibition and since the show is new we are still trying to draw people in,” said Racine, noting the purpose of the event is for area residents to enjoy the visual arts and to promote regional artisans.
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Religionbaptistnews.com

The church and a future worth fighting for

Martin Luther King Jr. famously remarked that 11 a.m. on Sunday was the “most segregated hour in America,” This has been an enduring truth, and the reasons for it are both noble and ignoble. Sunday morning became the most segregated hour in America because by the late 18th and early...
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Memphis, TNtri-statedefender.com

Ministers’ workshop at ‘Ida B. Wells’ event sets course for more ‘difficult’ conversations

On the eve of the unveiling of Ida B. Wells’ statue in Memphis, local ministers laid bare their experiences and impressions about race and the ethnic divide that persists. A Minister’s Workshop, moderated by Pastor William A. “Bill” Adkins Jr. of Greater Imani Cathedral of Faith, invited participants to discuss, “How to Stay Awake in the Midst of a Revolution.”
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Poplar Grove News

We have some baby birds that have been chirping in the chimneys at the Poplar Grove church the last two Sundays, especially if someone gets loud or drops a book! It makes us all smile! I don’t know what kind of birds are in there, but Thursday afternoon after the three of us had finished cleaning the church and went outside, there were dozens of swallows flying around the church and cemetery, getting bugs. I couldn’t tell if they were barn swallows or maybe chimney swifts. There aren’t very many chimney swifts around here any more, because people don’t use their chimneys and close the tops of them.
Pottsville, PAskooknews.com

Skook News Obituaries: July 11th, 2021

Obituaries published from the Schuylkill County area. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- , 73, of Hometown, PA died on Friday, July 9, 2021, at home. She was the wife of Frederick William Waranavage to whom she was married 41 years. Born on December 14, 1947 in Palmerton, PA, Linda was the daughter of the...
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