He was a tinker and handy man as exhibited by his many toys and home made devices. He and his long time friend “Old Man Stringer” were known around the town as the “Odd Couple” when they repaired or rebuilt everything and anything. He believed in God, family, the American Dream and was a big fan of “The Duke”.
35 yard line with 2:13 to play and set up Hajrullahu game clinching sixth field goal of the night.Pass protection was improved for the Boatmen, there was more commitment to the run and luck had a factor as a poorly thrown ball by Ray was nearly picked of by Brandon Stewart in the end zone. Third turnover, this one featuring a bad ball over the middle thrown by Jennings that was intercepted by Keon Raymond, set up the three points, Hajrullahu fifth.Toronto defence continued to rattle Jennings, the unit forcing a second and passing situation.With only three players rushing, the Argos collapsed the pocket with Ken Bishop recording his first CFL sack.Not surprisingly, the Lions pulled Jennings for Travis Lulay with 3:05 left in the quarter and the Lions trailing 15 6.On Lulay first pass, he threw a completion to the flat, but it was called back on a procedure call.The Argos took a foolish penalty when Shawn Lemon, making his Argos debut, was flagged for roughing the passer on second down with Lulay throwing an incompletion. The extra set of downs allowed the Lions to move inside Toronto 50.
Outlet for Films From India Opens JOHN PENNER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMESSTAGE REVIEW : Stumbles Over Trivial Matters SYLVIE DRAKE, TIMES THEATER CRITICCamera as Recorder and Storyteller : Photography: Show combines work of three who have turned their lenses on subjects as diverse as the American desert, mannequins and deteriorating posters. MIKE WYMA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Wyma is a regular contributor to Valley Calendar. ROBERT A.
“I’m thrilled to begin my 8th season as Music Director of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra,” said Dan Allcott. “We live in an area that is rich with musical talent and which fosters the tradition of great performances for the community; we are happy to continue to honor those traditions. Our theme, ‘Child’s Play and Fantasy’ endeavors to look into the minds of great composers as they reflected on children’s themes, fantastical thoughts, riddles, and even involved amateurs in performances.
Want to groove to some spooky tunes? The house band has prepared a line up of Halloween themed music under the direction of Mr. Floyd Thomas. I’ve passed by the band room a few times during their rehearsals and stopped to listen in on them. “I saw firsthand as I traveled the state how the strong waters from the Lumber, Neuse, Cape Fear and Tar Rivers tragically forced people from their homes and businesses. But those waters also brought out the best of North Carolina,” said Governor McCrory in an address at the State Capitol in Raleigh. “Rising waters can crumble our roads and flood our communities, but they cannot wash away our resilience or the spirit to rebuild.”.