Lake View, Chicago

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subdivision_type3 City subdivision_name3 Chicago parts_type Neighborhoods (Neighborhoods of Chicago) parts_style list parts p1 Boystown (#Boystown) p2 Graceland West (#Graceland West) p3 Lake View (#Lake View) p4 Lakeview East (#Lakeview East) p5 North Halsted (#North Halsted) p6 South East Ravenswood (#South East Ravenswood) p7 Wrigleyville (#Wrigleyville) !-- Area -->

ZIP codes postal_code parts of 60613, 60657 area_code ZIP Codes (Zip code) blank_name Median household income (Household income in the United States) '''Lake View''', or '''Lakeview


Cochrane, Alberta

subdivision_type3 Census division (List of census divisions of Alberta) subdivision_name3 6 (Division No. 6, Alberta) subdivision_type4 Municipal district (List of municipal districts in Alberta) subdivision_name4 Rocky View County government_footnotes government_type leader_title Mayor leader_name Ivan Brooker leader_title1 Governing body leader_name1

; Cochrane is the second largest town in Alberta (List of towns in Alberta#List of towns) and one of the fastest growing communities in Canada. It is part of Calgary's census metropolitan area and a member community of the Calgary Regional Partnership (Calgary Region) (CRP). The town is surrounded by Rocky View County. History Cochrane was established in 1881 as the Cochrane Ranche, after Matthew Henry Cochrane, a local rancher. It became a village in 1903 ref name history

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Airdrie, Alberta

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of the Calgary census metropolitan area and a member community of the Calgary Regional Partnership (Calgary Region) (CRP). The city is surrounded by Rocky View County. History Airdrie was first established as a railway village in 1889 during the construction of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway, named for Airdrie (Airdrie, North Lanarkshire), Scotland. Only railway buildings existed until 1901 when the first farmhouse and barn

was built, followed by a post office and store in that same year. Today, Airdrie is a bedroom community and industrial centre. Geography Recent annexation of land by Airdrie to the south, coupled with recent expansion of Calgary's city limits in July 2007, have placed the two


Colwood, British Columbia

Golf Club , Olympic View Golf Club and the library facilities for the Western Communities. As it lies geographically to the south of Victoria, Colwood is western Canada's southernmost city. Neighbourhoods of Colwood * Belmont Park * Colwood Corners * Esquimalt Lagoon * Hatley Park (Hatley Park (Greater Victoria)) * Wishart * Royal Roads * Triangle Mountain * Royal Bay * Latoria Walk Demographics Colwood had a population of 14,687

. There is one middle school: Dunsmuir. There is also an alternative school program called Pacific Secondary School. (Formerly WON western opportunity network) Colwood will soon have its own new high school in the newly developed royal bay area. Colwood is also home to Royal Roads University. History thumb right Esquimalt Lagoon Sign, Colwood, British Columbia (File:Esquimalt Lagoon Sign, Colwood, British Columbia.jpg) Esquimalt Lagoon is a beach and wildlife preserve with a view of Hatley Castle

Columbia Saanich , Esquimalt (Esquimalt, British Columbia), Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia), View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia), Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Langford (Langford, British Columbia), Central Saanich (Central Saanich, British Columbia) Saanichton (Saanichton, British Columbia), North Saanich (North Saanich, British Columbia), Sidney (Sidney, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), Sooke


Langford, British Columbia

to the southeast, Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia) to the north, Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia) to the southwest, and View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia) to the northeast. History Langford was named after Captain Edward Langford, who in 1851 established a farm called Colwood for the Puget Sound Agricultural Company in the area that covers most of modern Langford and Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia).

, Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia), View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia), Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Langford (Langford, British Columbia), Central Saanich (Central Saanich, British Columbia) Saanichton (Saanichton, British Columbia), North Saanich (North Saanich, British Columbia), Sidney (Sidney, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), which are part

Columbia Langford , the town of View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), and the District Municipalities of Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), and Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), which lie generally west of Esquimalt Harbour and Portage Inlet (Victoria Harbour (British Columbia)#Portage Inlet). width 11.1% valign top '''V8B''' Squamish, British


Calgary Region

area_code 403 (Area code 403), 587 (Area code 587) footnotes The '''Calgary Region''' is an area centred on Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It consists of the City of Calgary, Rocky View County and the municipalities it encloses, and the Municipal (MD) District of Foothills No. 31 (Municipal District of Foothills No. 31) and the municipalities it encloses. The Calgary Census geographic units of Canada#Census

municipal district (Rocky View County, which includes Langdon (Langdon, Alberta) – the CMA's largest hamlet (List of hamlets in Alberta#List of hamlets)); *three towns (Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), Crossfield (Crossfield, Alberta), and Irricana); *one village (Beiseker (Beiseker, Alberta)); and *one First Nations reserve (Tsuu T'ina Nation, which includes the Townsite of Redwood Meadows). In the Canada 2011

25 title Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census divisions, 2006 and 2001 censuses - 100% data publisher Statistics Canada year 2006 date 2010-01-06 accessdate 2010-09-06 The balance of Division No. 6 includes the census consolidated subdivisions (Census geographic units of Canada#Census consolidated subdivisions) of the MD of Foothills No. 31 to the south and Mountain View County to the north.


Huamantla

. The town thumb left View of the San Luis Parish and the cultural center from Parque Juárez (File:SLObispoHuamantla01.JPG) The city of Huamantla is in the east of the state of Tlaxcala, about 45&nbsp;km from the state capital (Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala) .

29013a.html accessdate March 24, 2014 The city is centered on its main plaza, called Parque Juárez (Juarez Park), which contains gardens and a kiosk from the beginning of the 20th century. The blocks around it conserve

, the image is dressed in new robes and the image is followed by an entourage with candles and fireworks.


New Brighton, Minnesota

, Minnesota Roseville , Saint Anthony Village (Saint Anthony Village, Minnesota), Columbia Heights (Columbia Heights, Minnesota), Fridley (Fridley, Minnesota), Mounds View (Mounds View, Minnesota), and Minneapolis. New Brighton has several parks, including Richard J. Hansen Park, Freedom Park, Sunny Square Park, Creek View Park, Meadow Wood Park, Hidden Oaks Park, Silver Oaks Park, Innsbruck Park, Veterans Park, Vermont Park, and Long Lake Regional Park. Bur oak trees over 200 years old

public schools are located in New Brighton: Bel Air Elementary School, Sunnyside Elementary, Highview Middle School, and Irondale High School; additionally, until 2005, when it was converted into a community education center, there was a fifth public school located in New Brighton: Pike Lake Elementary School, now known as Pike Lake Education Center. All of these schools are part of the Mounds View Public Schools (District 621). * Bel Air Elementary is located on 5th Street NW, and serves

672 K–5 students from New Brighton. * Sunnyside Elementary is located on County Road H, and serves 518 K–5 students from New Brighton and Mounds View (Mounds View, Minnesota). * Highview Middle School is located on 7th Street NW, and serves 814 6–8 grade students from New Brighton, Arden Hills (Arden Hills, Minnesota), and Roseville (Roseville, Minnesota). * Irondale High School is located on Long Lake Road, and serves 1,577 9–12 grade students from New Brighton, Mounds View, Minnesota


Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada

. title Eastern Union Conference journal Review and Herald volume 78 issue 52 pages 11, 12 publisher Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association location Battle Creek, Michigan date December 24, 1901 url http: www.adventistarchives.org docs RH RH19011224-V78-52__B.pdf#view fit accessdate July 10, 2011 Daniells mentions that the co-founder of the SDA Church, Ellen G. White, was present at this gathering in Massachusetts. He also

. A. title Organization of the Canadian Union Conference journal Review and Herald volume 78 issue 51 pages 12, 13 publisher Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association location Battle Creek, Michigan date December 17, 1901 url http: www.adventistarchives.org docs RH RH19011217-V78-51__B.pdf#view fit accessdate July 10, 2011 Early Adventist work in the western part of Canada first came under Union organizations located

date April 1, 1902 url http: www.adventistarchives.org docs RH RH19020401-V79-13__B.pdf#view fit accessdate 2011-12-17 Two Union Conferences Eastern Canadian Union Conference On New Year's Day, 1915, W. C. White, the son of Ellen G. White, visited at the Eastern Canada headquarters in Oshawa, Ontario. He stayed for several days. He spoke four times, three of which were at Buena Vista Academy (now Kingsway College). The students enjoyed his stories


Shoreview, Minnesota

from new development to infill and redevelopment. Future projections indicate a stable population base. Education 250px right thumb Shoreview Community Center (Image:ShorviewMN(1).JPG) Two nationally-recognized public school districts provide educational services to Shoreview residents: District 621 (Mounds View) and District 623 (Roseville). The following institutions are located in Shoreview: * Island Lake Elementary School * St. Odilia Catholic School * Turtle Lake Elementary School

person to settle on land that is now within the boundaries of the city of Shoreview. Soon people from Switzerland, England, Ireland, Germany, Vermont, Virginia, Illinois and New York began farming in Shoreview. '''1858''' - At one time, Shoreview was part of the former Mounds View Township. The name came from a range of hills running through the center of the township. Mounds View Township was organized on May 11, 1858, the same day that Minnesota became a state. '''1880''' - Later

in the 1800s railroad lines expanded to include Shoreview. The first railroad lines in Shoreview, owned by “Soo Lines,” were built in the 1880s. '''1957''' - On March 14, 1957 a group of citizens, feeling the inadequacy of a township government, presented a petition to the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners that called for the incorporation of the Village of Shoreview. This action would separate Shoreview from Mounds View Township. After a bitter dispute, an election was held at the Snail Lake


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