North Penn Life Community Datebook: Week Of Aug. 10 – North Penn Life – Montgomery News

25 percent of voters chose county leaders – Branson Tri-Lakes News News Free – 25 percent of voters chose county leaders: News Free

Pastor Dawn Ranck gives overall leadership, coordinating the group and facilitating the conversation. More information at www.plainsmennonitechurch.org or by calling 215-362-7640. Each month PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery OrganizationAchieving Community Together) hosts a Family Addiction Education Program to help individuals and family recognize and address an addiction problem in a spouse, parent, child or other loved one. Led by trained volunteers who have been in the same situation, these information and support programs begin the first week of each month and meet once a week for three consecutive weeks.
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Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders put in extra hours to learn – The Denver Post

Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, right, works against the best in Thursday night’s game: cornerback Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks.

“And the Antonio Brown era came about.” Selected by the Steelers three rounds later than Sanders in the same 2010 draft, it was Brown who replaced Hines Ward as Ben Roethlisberger’s go-to receiver. It took Sanders a full year to recover physically, and much longer to get past the emotional loss of Uncle Mircle and his mother, Stephanie, who died in her sleep at 41 in the home where Sanders grew up. “When she passed away, she was four months away from graduating to become a registered nurse,” Sanders said.
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In the November 2012 election, a presidential election year, voter turnout was 62 percent. Through the trials of technological errors, Neeley said she walked away with a few lessons for the next election. We learned that we needed to have a backup dongle (the piece of hardware that transfers data from touchscreen to computer), Neeley said. We actually got three two backups and a backup for optical scan connection too in case it were to ever fail on election day. Neeley said she doesnt anticipate any polling places to move for the next election. However, she said, she simply requests facilities provide the space, and unforeseen changes could be out of her control. She said she also hopes to buy new voting equipment. Im going to put in a request to the commission for next years budget so I can buy new equipment, she said.
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