The blessing takes place at River of Life Church next to Hobby Lobby on E. to noon, leaving promptly at noon from the eastside Walmart parking lot. The parade ends in Glenrock at the Knotty Pine for lunch and an auction benefitting the Glenrock Boys Girls Club. In 2013, there were only nine motorcycle fatalities in Wyoming, the lowest in at least seven years. Ride safe and watch out for the other guy. For more information, call Mileage Mike at 577 9165 or 277 7433. to noon on Saturday, May 17. Individuals, companies and groups are encouraged to join the Platte River Trails Trust Board to help us get the riverfront trail, and other community trails. This year in addition to picking up trash along the trail we'll also focus on the continuing effort to clear tree limbs from the big snow storm last fall. for coffee, rolls and registration. Clean up supplies will be distributed and volunteers will be assigned to a particular section of trail and sent off for a couple of hours of fun work that benefits the whole community. Parkway Board President Heidi Walker encourages individuals, families and companies to join the Platte River Trails Board for this worthwhile event. It has revolutionized the way the birding community reports and accesses information about birds. It was launched in 2002 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society. Ted Floyd, editor of Birding magazine, will lead the workshop where participants will learn how to create their own eBird account, create or use existing birding locations or hotspots and input their observations. The workshop will be held at the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation building. Murie Audubon hears Floyd Studies of bird numbers are used in various ways to help us understand changes in habitats, etc. For example, the Eurasian Collared Dove was first counted on the Casper Christmas Bird Count in 2003. In 10 years, this species has gone from a novelty to a very common year round species. The Canada Goose, as well as other waterfowl species, are now a year round species. American Robins are more plentiful. Meanwhile, Horned Larks and finch species seem to be on the decline. While these statements are general and based upon data from Casper Christmas Bird Counts since 1949, they do indicate trends that are worth discussing. Ted Floyd, editor of Birding magazine, will be our guest speaker for the Murie Audubon Society May 9 program. Ted will talk about both declines and increases of bird species, with a focus on Colorado. Most of the "trend" stories (collared doves, beetle kill, shrinking glaciers, more Lesser Black backed Gulls, etc.) noted in Colorado, are also basically true for Wyoming. for this program. We have been asked again to please use the east door for admission. As always, the program is free and open to the public. Dems plan street team training Brett Governanti, vice chairman, will conduct Saturday's meeting, providing instruction on accessing voter information via computer, in advance of the coming election campaign. Arrangements for staffing the office will be discussed by volunteer chairman Cherie Schoonover. Publicity chairman Audrey Cotherman said interested Democrats are invited to attend. 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You need your keys, and lo, there they are on the table by the door. Seems simple, huh? So why haven't you made this happen yet? The aforementioned man found that hanging a small bag on the closet doorknob was a great place to put all the things he'd need when leaving home. As for those piles of this and that. There's a solution for those as well. The thing is, it's a process. And you have to be committed to the time and energy it will take to get and keep things organized. But, I promise you, that once you have permanent places for your papers, books, shoes, etc., you will feel a sense of relief. Maybe even calm, and certainly a feeling of achievement. A good idea is to block time to tackle an area. People with ADHD are likely to have short attention spans unless hyper focusing on something interesting. Make an appointment with yourself. Set a timer for, say, 30 minutes. Start on something that will give you visible results in that amount of time. Begin by sorting. Think of big categories. Make sure one of the categories is for things you want to get rid of. The challenges are time and space. The solutions are also time and space. Blocking time in your calendar to do things and calling that time an appointment helps. If you have a short attention span, fine. It's better to do 15 minutes every day than nothing at all. Blocking space means identifying homes, be they file folders, shelves, or drawers. Then making sure that things go home after they've been out on the town, or wherever. If you spend just a few minutes at the beginning and end of each day returning things to their designated places you'll be able to find things and be way less likely to have piles and stacks.
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Unlike the weather, the result of the meet was a given: Both F M teams won.For coach Bill Aris, it was a matter of care of business and moving on to the important meets this weekend. other cross country teams in the area, his teams have run only dual meets this season, skipping the weekend invitationals. That changes on Saturday when F M competes in the Tully Invitational and the Manhattan Invitational at Van Cortlandt Park.In the Manhattan event, the Hornets will be in the elite Eastern States Championship division a 2.5 mile race that requires an invitation. You get invited when you have the two top ranked teams in the state and a girls team that is the six time defending national champion.calling this the Tully Manhattan Invitational weekend, said Aris, who added that neither of his teams have flat out in earnest so far. This is the weekend he unleashes them.He views the season as a campaign, with each battle leading to the next step. He said some of the girls running this week at the Manhattan Invitational may not be on the team that F M sends to the state meet later this season. The same goes for the boys.Due to the large number of college visits by his top runners in September, Aris decided to have his boys and girls teams skip the weekend invitationals and only compete in dual meets. They are both 5 0.The F M season is broken down into three parts.first is the summer mode of training. The next is what we just finished one month of college visits and dual meets and training up to this weekend. And then there the championship mode, Aris said.Earlier in the season, he said he has more than 40 runners on both boys and girls teams, and a certain percentage won race at all but will be training throughout the fall and given status as team members.year I have a pleasant problem, he said. team is newer and varied, with runners at varying states of development. meet against West Genesee was not a time trial for the Hornet runners. The runners selected to compete in Saturday invitationals were chosen following intense workouts last Saturday and Monday, Aris said.He cautioned against drawing conclusions from how his runners fared Wednesday, though both victories clinched Central New York Counties League American Division titles. He had runners selected to run at Manhattan doing a warm up of simulated starts about a half hour before the meet, with strict orders to run but not race against West Genesee.see them all over the place. Some stars will be way in the back, some stars will be in the middle and some stars will be closer to the front, he said before the meet. with the boys. I don want it to be any different than that.expect the team that going to Tully to do the lion share of the work today. they haven raced in any invitationals, F M runners are not listed in the Section III rankings that are put out every week. The rankings are based on performances in invitationals.this weekend, there will be something to evaluate us on, Aris said. He said the team at this point enjoys top rankings in the state and the nation purely on reputation.rest of it is chatter, he said.Earlier in the week, Aris released the names of five girls who would be running at Manhattan: Jillian Fanning, Katie Brislin, Annika Avery, Alana Pearl and Hanna Smith. After that, there four, five or six girls who are all contenders for F M top team, he said.He said his top runner, Fanning, going to be ready to shine. Last year she won this race, as well as the Class A state championship, and finished fourth in the Nike Cross Nationals to lead her team to the title.The picture of the boys team is a bit clearer, he said, mentioning Nick Ryan, Bryce Millar, Colin Fitzgibbons, Connor Farrell, Riley Hughes and a cluster of several guys after that. Nike Roshe Run PRM Men Wolf Grey Peacock Blue On Idol 10 this past week, the judges continued their pace of sending an amazing array of talent through to Hollywood, at least in Austin, Texas, they did. Once the auditions reached Los Angeles, California, there were only a few worthwhile enough to show the fans, with the rest of the hour being filled up with bad auditions. The following is a list of the talented singers from the Austin and Los Angeles auditions, who moved on to the Hollywood round during the third week of Idol 10 auditions. 1. Corey Levoy, 21, a nursing assistant from Longview, Texas. Corey was encouraged to audition by his sister whom he didn meet until they were in their teens. They now best friends. He sang I Can Make You Love Me. Randy Jackson was surprised by his singing voice, as his speaking voice has more of a high pitch. He showed off his booty at the end. 2. Holly Cavanaugh, 17, of McKinney, Texas. She is originally from Lithuania. She first sang At Last, but the judges thought she was all over the place with the melody. Randy said but Jennifer Lopez wanted to give Holly another chance. She dried her tears and launched into The Climb, and Jennifer thought she was more believable. This time she had three yeses. 3. John Wayne Schultz, 23, a cowboy from Karnes City, TX. His family has been in the cattle business for 150 years. He was named after the actor, because his dad wanted a son who was and tough. He auditioned for his mom, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer. John sang Believe, and Jennifer found him very believable. Ryan Seacrest had belt buckle damage after the celebration. 4. Courtney Penny, 17, of Missouri City, Texas. She is in love with Ryan Seacrest and believes she marry him someday. Before her audition, she imitated a chicken. She sang Stay, and Jennifer found both strong and weak parts to her voice, yet thought she was the total package. Randy voted because he thought she had some bad habits to break, yet Steven Tyler and Jennifer voted Shauntel Campos, 24, in inside sales in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She sang Ain No Sunshine. 6. Alex Carr, 26, a baseball stadium cook from Fayetteville, Arkansas. He sang A House Is Not a Home. 7. Caleb Johnson, 19, a banquet server from Asheville, North Carolina. He sang Rusty Cage. 8. Jacqueline Dunford, 21, a receptionist from Scottsdale, Arizona. She auditioned with her boyfriend, Nick Fink, whom she met in choir while in community college. She sang Mercy. Steven thought she was gorgeous. 9. Nick Fink, 19, a suit salesman from Scottsdale, Arizona. He auditioned with his girlfriend, as they determined to be first power couple. He sang Sunday Morning, and Randy thought they were both a breath of fresh air. 10. Janelle Arthur, 20, a musician from Oliver Springs, Tennessee. She thinks the public is prejudiced against country people, thinking they have no teeth and don wear shoes. She thinks they just easygoing, love to play music, love to be together and love to eat good food. She sang Syrup and Honey, then Steven asked her to sing something more upbeat, so she sang No One Needs to Know. 11. Casey Abrams, 19, a film camp worker from Idyllwild, California. He gets told a lot that he looks like Seth Rogen, but the cameraman thought he looked like Fraggle Rock. He brought a melodica instrument with him and sang I Don Need No Doctor, scatting along with his singing. The judges got up and sang and danced with him after he made it through. 12. Tim Halperin, 23, in advertising sales in Fort Worth, Texas. He had a crush on Jennifer since fifth of sixth grade, which led to many age jokes. He sang She Will Be Loved. All three judges thought he needed to work on his voice, yet Randy was the only one to say Karen Rodriguez, 21, from New York City. She auditioned on Myspace and earned her right to this audition. The judges through a slew of positive adjectives at her. Karen had met Jennifer before and remembered that Jennifer liked her voice back then, too. She wants to be the first Latina Heidi Khzam, 23, a belly dancer from Agoura Hills, California. She did some belly dancing, while Steven provided accompaniment. She sang Superwoman, and Randy welcomed her to Hollywood without a vote from the others. 15. Mark Guiterrez, 28, a substitute teacher from Redlands, California. He auditioned alongside his brother, Aaron Guiterrez. Mark figured the judges would be surprised, only seeing them as kids. They sang Lean on Me. 16. Aaron Guiterrez, 27, a shoe salesman from Redlands, California. He auditioned alongside his brother, Mark Guiterrez. They sang Lean on Me. Steven called it that two people could sing that well together. There is only one more day of auditions to sit through. On Wednesday night Idol hits up San Francisco. Thursday will be the first day of the Hollywood round. Find out then if your favorites will make the cut!
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