This story about someone wanting an early release does not deserve to be priority news. Fucks sake.
You can also see all the years from then on out on that website. Thought it was interesting seeing it evolve with new courses through the years.
Part of the entertainment of SA Football is the whole Telenovela aspect of it. But this time they've taken a bit too far for my taste. All the news are in Portuguese, feel free to leave a message if you are interested, and google translate did not do his job correctly.
After quite a bit of time traveling to search for dreamies, I unfortunately discovered that new event posts on the bulletin board rewrite old posts if it gets full. So all of the cool/funny art and messages that people left me over the past year are gone. :(
Sooo I'd love to have you come over to leave me art, and I'll pay some bells in exchange (let me know what you owe to Tom/bridge/incline, or I'll pay $50k if you just want some extra bells)! Pretty much any doodle/art is fine as long as it's kid-appropriate (I share the island with my 6-year old).
If you're interested, please comment below and I'll DM my Dodo to a couple at a time. Thanks for helping me brighten up my board again!
Edit: I also want to add that any level of art is fine, I'm not expecting any masterpieces!
We'll be opening again after over a year. While we won't be at full capacity (which is fine by me) Our building was entirely closed to the public from March of last year. I do the visual displays here in the library, but I am struggling to come up with display ideas for the bulletin board after such a long absence. A coworker suggested using the phrase: "Welcome back, the books missed you!" But I think it sounds clunky and not... I don't know celebratory enough?
Happy Saturday, Y'all! As usual, I'm sharing First Presbyterian's weekly announcements. The full bulletin follows:
First Presbyterian Church Bulletin
Sunday, April 18, 2021
Early services will be held from 7:30 to 8:30.
From 8:30 until 9:00, the Women's Club will meet in the Helen Hywater Memorial Fellowship hall to discuss Wednesday night Bible study dress code requirements. Due to some confusion last week, Miranda wishes to remind all club members that "On Wednesdays, we wear pink."
Sunday school lessons will be held from 9:00 until 10:00. This week, Miss Doreen and the children's group will be discussing the theological implications of Revelations 17, with an emphasis on "Babylon the Great, the Mother of Prostitutes and of the Abominations of the Earth."
From 10:30 until 12:00, Pastor Priestly will be discussing the meaning of John 8:7, which reads "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone..." To illustrate his point, Pastor Priestly has generously provided a large basket of rocks, and he invites the congregation to hurl them at him during the service. This week, hymns will include numbers 50 (God is Love), 40 (A Mighty Fortress), 1 (Holy, Holy, Holy), and 22 (Taylor Swift).
Afterwards, Youth Pastor Brad and the Youth Group will be performing a special "Serpent Handling Ceremony" in celebration of their upcoming visit with our sister church in West Virginia. Brad wishes to assure everyone that the ceremony is perfectly safe and that EMS will be on standby for the duration of the event.
Finally, the collection plates will be passed around, and Pastor Priestly wishes to remind everyone that Monopoly money is not a legal tender.
Please Pray For:
Oliver Monet, Ben and Eileen Dover, Sarah Conner, and Heathcliff Bronte.
To add announcements to next week's bulletin, contact Sidney Jones.