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A ‘New Thing’ for the Kansas-Oklahoma Conference of the UCC

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=10mg-prednisone-dosepack Those who know me know I am generally not the person who goes around quoting scripture! But God doing a new thing is an apt image as I think of the recent actions of the Kansas-Oklahoma Conference Council regarding the conference office building. At the recommendation of the Finance and Asset Commission, the Conference Council voted unanimously to give the conference office to Pilgrim Congregational Church United Church of Christ in Wichita, Kan., to support their continuing ministry in the community. Give the building away, why? Here’s the background: Continue reading A ‘New Thing’ for the Kansas-Oklahoma Conference of the UCC

Arrogance of being President while being Black

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http://hlmarchitects.com/viagra-help-thinking I don’t think anyone was under some real illusion that the election of Barack Obama actually means the end of racism in America.  I’m pretty sure that the president-elect knew it better than anyone.  After all, he saw it every day from the moment he announced his candidacy.  To some degree, he saw it within his own party during the primaries.  And he saw it in all ugliness during the general election.  For half of this country, he was “That One” No matter how big and clear his victory was, no matter how smart he is, no matter how decent he is, no matter what a true patriot he is.  No matter how optimistic and positive his vision for America, all that didn’t matter, because at the end of the day he was still black. Continue reading Arrogance of being President while being Black

Jefferson College of Health Sciences cuts ribbon to new collaborative lab

CEREMONY–from left: JCHS president, Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop; Radford University president Penelope Kyle; Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine president and founding dean, Dr. Cynda Johnson and Virginia Delegate Joseph Yost hold ribbon after the ceremonial opening of Virginia Intercollegiate Anatomy Lab.  — photos by S. Hale
CEREMONY–from left: JCHS president, Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop; Radford University president Penelope Kyle; Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine president and founding dean, Dr. Cynda Johnson and Virginia Delegate Joseph Yost hold ribbon after the ceremonial opening of Virginia Intercollegiate Anatomy Lab. — photos by S. Hale

by S. Rotan Hale

A sizable crowd packed the corridors of Jefferson College of Health Sciences (JCHS) Friday, May 22 for the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the newly established Virginia Intercollegiate Anatomy Lab, (VIAL).

The new $2.5-million facility is the result of 8 months of planning and is a collaborative effort with JCHS, Radford University’s Dept. of Physical Therapy and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine with additional support from Carilion Clinic. Continue reading Jefferson College of Health Sciences cuts ribbon to new collaborative lab

Elmwood Park to host Big Lick Concert Series

Show features Morris Day and the Time and Cameo

Morris Day and the Time
Morris Day and the Time

Life Ring Foundation along with sponsors: Bright Services, Atlantic Credit & Finance, Inc., and Magic City Ford announce a performance by legendary R&B artists Morris Day and the Time and Cameo on August 2 in Roanoke’s Elmwood Park Amphitheater.

The Life Ring Foundation is proud to present the Big Lick Summer Concert Series for 2015 as an opportunity to help raise awareness and funding for the meaningful work that the organization does throughout the Valley to contribute to the growing local music scene. Continue reading Elmwood Park to host Big Lick Concert Series