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An unassuming talented young man; BHS community mourns the loss of William Budish  (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on March 19, 2007


‘He was a gentle soul’ BHS community mourns the loss of William Budish, an unassuming, talented young man

Senior housing steadily rising on North Main 
A $34.1-million low-income senior housing project called DeVries Place is steadily taking shape as part of an extreme makeover of North Main Street.

Seniors, poor can get gutting for free 
Poor and elderly New Orleans residents who cannot afford to gut and board up their hurricane-ravaged homes or tend to overgrown lawns now can call the city to register to have contractors do the work for free.

A Mexican Hamlet Tackles Emigration 
Mexicans send billions of dollars home from the U.S. every year. In Santa Cruz Mixtepec, locals are using the money to create jobs

Lutheran Students Bring Hope to the U.S. Gulf Coast 
NEW ORLEANS (ELCA) — Dressed in white a hard hat with arespirator over her face, Lisa Evans, a senior at ValparaisoUniversity, Valparaiso, Ind., said, Were here to bring hope.We can make a big difference in just one week. Standing infront of a Hurricane Katrina-damaged house March 5 in NewOrleans, Evans joined more than 800 college and universitystudents participating in What a Relief! …

Urban Mission seeking J.O.S.H.U.A. applicants 
STEUBENVILLE The Urban Mission is looking for people who need help.

Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club 
Rachel Meyn and Ed Mahoney of Safe Passage, the educational support program for children from the Guatemala City garbage dump, were the featured speakers at the Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club Thursday, March 8.

With Help From Friends 
Fred Ochieng’ came 7,230 miles to spread the news. That’s about how far it is from Ochieng’s native Kenya to Hanover and the Frances C. Richmond Middle School.

Registrar. 
12591 W. Blackstone Lane, Peoria 85383. Weinhold, Robert Edwin, qual. member.

RCC trustees get look at plans for center 
LUMBERTON – The Robeson Community College board of trustees took its first look Monday at a blueprint for the school’s $3.5 million workforce development center.

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