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Gainsborough, Saskatchewan

. Saskatchewan is in the CST Zone (Central Time Zone (North America)), and since 1967 it has not observed daylight saving time (Daylight saving time in Canada) meaning that local clocks do not get changed in summer. A practical effect on border towns like Gainsborough is that they only align with neighbouring communities in Manitoba and North Dakota for half the year, which may lead to misunderstandings regarding the timing of scheduled inter-community events. Primary income of community


Northeast, Minneapolis

and many other arts organizations and community events. The historic venue, renovated in 2006, has brought life to the 13th Avenue Business District and seen the addition of many shops and restaurants since its renovation. Religion thumb right St. Constantine's Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Ukrainian Catholic (File:St. Constantine's Minneapolis 1.jpg) church. Northeast Minneapolis also became known for its large number of churches, including Minneapolis' first church, Our Lady


Northumberland County, Ontario

heritage of Northumberland County has defined our present culture making it both unique and truly different from other surrounding areas. Museums and historic sites scattered throughout the region give insight into Northumberland’s colourful past. For regular updates on community events and trip inspirations visit Northumberland Tourism's Facebook page or


Petrolia, California

founders. Mattole Valley Historical Society webpage Community events including all ages sporting events, town wide talent shows, pancake breakfasts, and community meet-ups. In July of each year, the area hosts a music festival called "Roll on the Mattole", Roll on the Mattole, North Coast Journal


Ucluelet

. Community events within the festival include gala dinners, children’s activities, workshops and live entertainment. WikiPedia:Ucluelet Commons:Category:Ucluelet


Tofino

temperate rain forest. Entry is $7.80 for adults. Camping $17-$23 night. Parking fee $10 day. *


Georgetown, Ontario

the installation of wireless Internet access and debit service. *Business collections were expanded to offer more programming for small business operators. *General interest programs were reintroduced for adults. *Profile was raised through media coverage partnerships and greater participation in community events. On Saturday January 26, 2013 the renovated Georgetown Branch of the Halton Hills Public Library opened. Halton Hills Public Library Building Projects The renovations


Shoreview, Minnesota

studios on University Avenue on the Minneapolis and St. Paul (St. Paul, Minnesota) city line. Syndicated (television syndication) programming on KSTC includes: ''Scrubs (Scrubs (TV series))'', ''Frasier'', ''Friends'', and ''The King of Queens''. It broadcasts a 720p HD signal and is the only television station in the area with its own mascot, the "45 Guy", who is often seen at community events. Broadcasting facilities The KMSP TV Tower is located


Petworth, Washington, D.C.

% $77,679 $166,000 - 2000 19,519 23% 72% 6% 20% 1% $85,209 $177,000 - 2005 19,540 17% 63% 14% 20% 1% $92,009 $491,000 - 2010 20,330 19% 57% 15% 26% 2% Not Avail. $460,000 Community Events Since 2006, the '''Upshur Street Arts and Crafts Fair''' has been an annual event in December.


Oro Valley, Arizona

communities in the country where police officers are present at every public school http: www.tucsonnewsnow.com story 20617542 oro-valley-in-national-spotlight-for-school-resource-officer-program The OVPD holds many community events on a monthly basis, such as the Dispose-A-Med program where citizens can dispose of unused or expired prescription medications, the Shred-A-Thon where citizens can securely dispose of sensitive documents and records, Digital Child Identification which provides parents with a "biographical docket" of their child's information, the Citizen's Police Academy to increase the public knowledge of the Oro Valley Police Department, and the Darkhouse program where homeowners can request that police members check their vacant residences while they are out of town. The Oro Valley Citizen Corps Council, appointed by the Mayor, is also a task force involved in community public safety. Education Public schools in Oro Valley are administered by Amphitheater Public Schools of Tucson. Oro Valley is served by four elementary schools, two K-8 schools, one middle school, and three high schools (Canyon del Oro High School, Ironwood Ridge High School) and the new BASIS Oro Valley. In 2007, ''Newsweek Magazine (Newsweek)'' rated both Canyon del Oro and Ironwood Ridge in the top 5% of public schools (Public school (government funded)) in the U.S., two of only 12 schools in Arizona included on the list. "Area high schools snag top honors" (broken link) Tucson’s BASIS Charter School made Newsweek's list of the top ten public high schools in the nation. BASIS, which ranked sixth on the 2010 list, also made the list in 2009, when it ranked fifth, and in 2008, when it was ranked first in the nation. BASIS was the top-ranked Arizona school this year. http: www.basisorovalley.org Newsweek2010PressReleaseOroValley.pdf Oro Valley also has three private schools, two of which include high schools (Pusch Ridge Christian Academy and Immaculate Heart Preparatory School.) Public schools serving Oro Valley include: align "center" class "wikitable" ! School !! Year founded - Canyon del Oro High School 1962 - Ironwood Ridge High School 2001 - Richard B. Wilson K-8 School 1996 - Coronado K-8 School 1976 - L.W. Cross Middle School 1974 - Copper Creek Elementary School 1988 - Painted Sky Elementary School 2000 - Mesa Verde Elementary School 1978 - Winifred Harelson Elementary School 1960 Sites of interest thumb right upright 1.0 Catalina State Park (Image:Catalinastateparkbyandruvalpy.jpg) in Oro Valley *Steam Pump Ranch: Located in the heart of Oro Valley, the Steam Pump Ranch dates back to the mid-1870s when George Pusch settled in the area. Pusch was an Arizona state legislator and delegate to the original Arizona Constitutional Convention in 1910. The ranch is in the process of being preserved by the town and includes several original buildings from the ranch itself. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 2009.


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