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Richmond, Ontario

Citizen date August 11, 2013 people from all over North America, who had either come from the Ottawa area or visited over the years recounted their memories of driving out to Richmond on a Sunday to get chocolate doughnuts, cookies and other treats or their traditions of going to the bakery for cakes for family events since the 1960s. Lyon was born in Richmond, Ontario, near Ottawa. His early sporting career was in cricket. Toronto Star 10 Jun 1899 p. 2 Although he began playing golf at the age of 38, he won the gold medal in golf (Golf at the 1904 Summer Olympics) in the 1904 Summer Olympics in St. Louis, Missouri. He won the Canadian Amateur Championship a record eight times between 1898 and 1914, and won the Canadian Seniors' Golf Association Championship ten times between 1918 and 1930. Lyon lost in the finals of the 1906 U.S. Amateur Championship (United States Amateur Championship (golf)), and in the semi-finals of the 1908 British Amateur Championship, when in his 50th year. He traveled to London in 1908 to defend his Olympic title, but plans to stage a golf tournament there were cancelled at the last minute, since representatives from England and Scotland were unable to agree on the format, and golf has not been held in the Olympics since. ''Golf in Canada: A History'', by James A. Barclay. * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 27 - 2006 World Outgames, 4th Parliament of the Province of Canada, 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada, CFJP-TV, Calgary International Spoken Word Festival, Canadian National Railway Company, Common Sense Revolution, Concordia University massacre, Confederation Building (Newfoundland and Labrador), Cuper's Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, Cégep Limoilou, GlobalFest, Goulbourn Township, Ontario, History of Alberta, Just for Laughs, Legislative Council of the Province of Canada, List of Acadians, List of Montreal parks, Maizerets, Mount Allison Mounties, Parlement Jeunesse du Québec, Reagan Dale Neis, Richmond, Ontario, Rocky Mountaineer, Régie intermunicipale de police de la Rivière-du-Nord, West Carleton Township, Ontario, Yukon general election, 2006 * Expert attention needed (updated by bot)

Tenderloin, San Francisco

and intoxicated (Drunkenness) people during the daytime. Periodically there are efforts to improve the park, such as holding free concerts. The Tenderloin Children's Playground, on Ellis Street between Leavenworth and Hyde Streets, was opened in 1995 and has attractive indoor and outdoor recreational facilities and hosts a number of community and family events. Sgt. John Macaulay Park, named after a San Francisco police officer who was killed in the adjacent alley while on duty, is a small gated


: email address 901 Anderson Road lat long directions the first road on the left off of the Redditt Road. the Redditt road is North of Kenora phone +1 807 548-1103 tollfree fax hours price content Family events are planned during holidays such as Easter, Family Day, Thanksgiving. Activities include pony rides, tractor wagon rides, draft horse sleigh rides and wagon rides, bonfires, pumpkin hunts trail rides and equestrian lessons are provided year round

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

and choral works, individual vocal and chamber ensemble concerts, recitals, master classes, films, lectures and informal talks, in addition to interactive social and family events. Since 2011, artistic leadership has been provided by Paul Goodwin, Festival Music Director And Conductor. The Monterey Symphony provides

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

, North Carolina . The festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and presents a variety of feature-length and short films from all genres, and also presents special events, regional premieres of significant films, celebrity tributes, family events and classic retrospectives as well as panel discussions and parties. Chapman, the daughter of a cotton mill owner, Marshall was named Martha Marshall Chapman II, in part for her paternal grandmother. Had she been a boy, her name


opened the Rocky Mountain USO Center at Denver International Airport, a third center in Kuwait and its first center in Iraq at Balad Air Base. The USO provides a variety of programs and services, including orientation programs, family events, travel assistance, free Internet and e-mail access, and recreation services. A new program called "USO in a Box," delivers program materials ranging from DVD players and videos to musical instruments to remote forward operating bases


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” and “Tverečiaus”, by the main street phone +370 5 234-1791 tollfree fax +370 5 244-8832 hours M-Su 11:00-23:00 price Second course €3-5; day lunch ~€2 (11:00-16:00), business lunch ~€6 content Lithuanian cuisine; fresh juice, Lithuanian beer, also a Belgian beer ''Grimbergen''; take-away food. Has a separate hall (up to 24 people) for the business and family events. *


center in Iraq at Balad Air Base. The USO provides a variety of programs and services, including orientation programs, family events, travel assistance, free Internet and e-mail access, and recreation services. A new program called "USO in a Box," delivers program materials ranging from DVD players and videos to musical instruments to remote forward operating bases in Afghanistan and Iraq. Batu, Mongke and other princely lines shared rule over the area from Afghanistan


tavern in the village for family events due to its view over the harbour. Daliani is not as large a tavern as Savvas nor does it offer the same view of the harbor. The third tavern is on the seafron and the last tavern is on the road out to Agioi Apostoloi and Skafedaki. Inhabitants of nearby Preveza frequently visit the village. '''ARIS IV''' (''Anti-tank Rocket Infantry System'', also referred to as ''Aris'') was a portable one-shot 113 mm anti-tank weapon, built in Greece and designed by the Hellenic Arms Industry (EBO (Elliniki Biomihania Oplon)) in 1984. It had a maximum range of 400m and penetration capability 700mm of steel. Lighter versions (anti-personnel etc.) had also been developed. In addition, it utilised locally developed composite parts, in an effort to reduce the overall weight. Eurovision Song Contest On March 9, 2006 Texas Lightning won the German heat for the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 and represented Germany in the Finals on May 20, 2006 in Athens, Greece. The winning song was "No No Never", written and composed by Jane Comerford. They became the first country band to participate in the ESC. The song finished 15th place with 36 points, much to Germany's surprise, as they expected a better outcome. - 100px (File:Flag of the Greek Orthodox Church.svg) 1900's — Flag of (Flag of Mount Athos) '''Mount Athos''' Greece The flag of Mount Athos, adopted in 1900's, is a yellow banner bearing the double head Eagle of the Byzantine Empire. - Born in Greece, Stefanos settled on Chicago's South Side to raise a family. According to Dove Chocolate (Dove (chocolate)) company lore, he was frightened when his young son, Michael, raced recklessly down the street in pursuit of the neighborhood ice cream truck and decided to make his own ice cream bar in hopes of keeping Michael and his brother and sister, Chris and Amy, closer to home. The blocky chocolate-covered bars were sold only in the Chicago area until after Stefano's death, when his son expanded the business and then sold it to Mars, Inc. '''AK Hellas''' (the initials standing for the full name of the company, 'Aggelopoulos-Karkanis O.E.') was a Greek (Greece) manufacturer of light trucks and other metal products. It designed and produced two basic types of vehicles - all three-wheelers with 50cc engines, taking advantage of a favorable classification as "motorbikes" according to Greek law. One group of models it produced since 1965 were light trucks with "motorcycle" structure (steering and controls), a type of vehicle also produced in Greece by ''MEBEA'' (by far the most successful), ''Mego (Mego (motorbikes))'', ''Alta (Alta (vehicles))'', ''Saracakis'', ''Pitsos'' (a big home appliances manufacturer), ''Markal'', ''Naxos'' and others. The other group of models were "proper" micro-trucks, with "automobile" structure of steering, controls etc. It was in this category that ''AK Hellas'' became the biggest truck manufacturer in Greece, leaving behind ''MEBEA'', ''Delta'' (a product of ''Attica (Attica (automobiles))''), ''Minicar'', ''Zamba'' and other smaller Greek manufacturers. The company's ''T200'' model, using a ''Sachs'' 50cc 4.8hp engine and with a payload of 150 kg was produced between 1968 and 1975 with three different cab designs and in several versions (including van models). The company survives to date as ''Aggelopoulos Group'' still manufacturing metal products. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece

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