on Sept. 10 to raise money to support The Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The event will be held at Hennessey's, 140 Washington St., Morristown. A $10 donation gets you a drink mug and entitles you to drink and appetizer specials all night. YMCA plans golf eventThe 22nd Annual Morris Center YMCA Golf Challenge will take place on Monday, Sept. 14, at Spring Brook Country Club in Morris Township. If you're interested in playing or volunteering, contact Nancy Tatch at the Cedar Knolls YMCA at 973 267 0704, ext. 27. Trio kick off jazz seriesThe Jazz Showcase will celebrate its 10th anniversary at the Bickford Theater in Morris Township with the first segment of an its fall season, on Sept. 15. The showcase gets a running start with Pittsburgh pianist Tom Roberts, European Klezmer clarinetist Susanne Ortner and NYC cornetist Charlie Caranicas. The Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum is On Columbia Turnpike (County Road 510) at the corner of Normandy Heights Road, east of downtown Morristown. Tickets are generally $15 in advance, but $18 at the door. Tickets may be purchased via credit card over the phone by calling the box office at 973 971 3706. The box office can also provide information, directions or a simple "jazz 'Mommy and me' begins this monthKiddie Academy of Morristown is hosting a Mommy amd Me class for mothers and their children, ages 12 months to 2, years beginning in September. The class is designed to help develop the socialization in toddlers. on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 26 Headquarters Plaza, Morristown. said Kim Goldstein, Director of Kiddie Academy of Morristown. The program will run every other Wednesday. The mothers and children will have the opportunity to socialize, partake in arts and crafts activities, and enjoy story time and snack time. For more information about Kiddie Academy of Morristown, contact Kim Goldstein or Pam Vioreanu at 973 455 7450. Walk/run to benefit HabitatRPI Design Build of Morris Plains will host a 5K run/walk through Morris Plains and kids race on Saturday, Sept. to benefit Morris Habitat for Humanity. Following the 5K, there will be a Kids Fun Run for children ages 2 14. Refreshments, food, entertainment and goody bags including T shirts will be provided to pre registered participants. Children participating in the Fun Run will receive a medal. Early registration is available until Sept. 15. Fees are $20 for the 5K and $10 for the Kids Fun Run. After Sept. Jewish Law Symposium setChabad of SE Morris County wil host its third annual Jewish Law Symposium on Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the Madison Hotel in Convent Station. District Judge Katharine S. Hayden; Dean John J. Farmer Jr., former New Jersey attorney general and incoming dean at Rutgers Law School; and Rabbi Professor Michael J. Broyde, a Talmudic scholar and law professor at Emory University School of Law. The cost is $100 per person. Kiddie Academy plans open houseKiddie Academy of Morristown will hold a back to school night and open house for families looking for child care, as well as for currently enrolled families. 24 at 26 Headquarters Plaza, Morristown Parents and guardians will have the opportunity to learn about the developmentally appropriate programs Kiddie Academy of Morristown provides, as well as to meet the staff. For more information about Kiddie Academy of Morristown, contact Kim Goldstein or Pam Vioreanu at 973 455 7450. Share your favorite storiesThe Community Theatre at Mayo Center for the Performing Arts in Morristown is looking for memories. As it approaches the start of its 15th season on Oct. 2, it wants to know why you enjoy coming to and support the theater. And it wants to know favorite personal experiences over the years. Did you have your first date with your spouse there? Did you see your first movie there? Did a performer pull you up on stage? Whether your first time at the theater was in 1946 or last week, it wants to know what about the theatre you hold most dear. The theater intends to compile these anecdotes and share them with the Morristown community. Be sure to include your name and a phone number. 5, at the Bickford Theater in Morris Township. Think Boswell Sisters, Andrews Sisters and then some, according to the Jazz Showcase. The Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum is On Columbia Turnpike (County Road 510) at the corner of Normandy Heights Road, east of downtown Morristown. Tickets are generally $15 in advance, but $18 at the door. Tickets may be purchased via credit card over the phone by calling the box office at 973 971 3706. The box office can also provide information, directions or a simple "jazzCollinsville Child Care Center celebrating 40th yearCollinsville Child Care Center in Morristown, a nonprofit child care center providing child care to low income working parents and vocational training and jobs for minority male teens, will celebrate its 40th with a gala dinner on Oct. 27. What started as a grassroots efforts by low income minority mothers in 1970, 40 years later is a nationally accredited child care center, staffed by professionals who guide the children in literacy, healthy life styles, science, math and social awareness. Many families and teens who have been helped through their association with the center and the Collinsville Teen/Tot Learning Project. 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This Saturday will see more colourful costumes and characters, booming brass bands and fantastic floats parading from Heaton Norris to Woodbank Park, where the entertainment will continue. The crowning of the new carnival royalty takes place at 3pm and a team from the Stockport Express and Times official sponsors of the event will be joining in the fun at the carnival again this year. The event will be raising funds for local charities and representatives from the Stockport Express will be asking you to dig deep for our St Ann's Hospice Appeal. The Express is also running a great prize draw (see below) and our photographer will be out and about snapping groups of people around the park. Millie Hill, queens organiser for the carnival, said: "I hope the sun shines like it did last year. The carnival is a great family day out the queens are so excited." She added a message to the public, saying: "On top of having loads of fun watching all the colourful characters in the parade and enjoying the entertainment in the park, you will also be doing a world of good by supporting local charities on the day." Stockport personality queen this year is Gabriella Blewitt, from Offerton, who also wants to encourage members of the public to support the event. Gabriella took part in her first carnival at just seven years of age as a Stockport rosebud. She went on to become a princess, junior queen, and now queen. Over the last nine years she has been involved in various fundraising events across the north west, but this is her last carnival due to college commitments. The 15 year old said: "As it is my last year representing Stockport I would like to end on a special note, with more money being raised for local charities, so dig deep into your pockets and fill up the collecting cans on the parade with your loose change. "This year we have some new entrants which are going to be fun so come and support us and have a fabulous day out." Gabriella added: "I would like to thank the carnival committee and all involved for making my reign possible and enjoyable throughout the years, with an extra big thanks to Millie Hill, as she has become a great family friend and she works so hard to keep the carnival going." See next week's Stockport Express for an eight page carnival special on sale from Wednesday. Organisers of Stockport carnival are urging people to join in the fun of the parade. The carnival, sponsored by the Stockport Express and Times, is one of the most eagerly awaited dates in Stockport's calendar that has been a fixture for more than 50 years. This year will see more colourful costumes, booming brass bands and fantastic floats make their way through the town on Saturday, July 23. But organisers need as many people and businesses as possible to get involved, either on foot, in fancy dress or on a float for the parade, to help raise as much cash for worthy local causes as possible. If you feel we have made an error in a report, or have fallen below our usual high standards, please write in the first instance to: Rob Irvine, editor, Manchester Evening News, Mitchell Henry House, Hollinwood Avenue, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 8EP.
Hot Sale Air Jordan 3 Black History Month Black Metallic Gold,Air Jordan 3 Retro 88 White Cement KINSTON David Robert Singleton, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend, entered into heaven on Monday, October 10, 2011, at the age of 84. Robert was born on November 13, 1926, in Pitt County to David Robert and Mamie Heath Singleton. He and his wife of 64 years, Sandra Magnanti, were married on December 7, 1946, in Rome, Italy while he was serving in the Mediterranean Theater as an Army Sergeant during World War II. While there he received a Victory Medal and consequently an Honorable Discharge in 1947. Robert and his wife settled in Lenoir County. He was a member of Grace Fellowship Church in Kinston. He is survived by his wife; his daughter, Rose Singleton Hamlin and her husband Paul Hamlin; and his son, Danny Robert Singleton; his grandchildren include Laurie Hamlin McCune and her husband Tony McCune, Trey Hamlin, Joshua Singleton and his wife Amanda McSheffrey Singleton, Rachel Singleton Bost and her husband Matthew Bost, and Noah Singleton; great grandchildren include Heidi, Hannah, and Lucas McCune, Laney Singleton, Ryan and Samuel West. He was preceded in death by nine siblings, Fred, Elton, Floyd, Walter, Clifton, Herbert, Bettie, Sis, and Alma. at Grace Fellowship Church. with the Rev. Jason McKnight officiating. Burial will follow at Pinelawn Memorial Park. Memorials are welcome and may be sent to Grace Fellowship Church, 327 Academy Heights Rd., Kinston, NC 28504 or Honor Flight of Southeastern NC, PO Box 4563, Wilmington, NC 28403. Edwards Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. "But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint." Isaiah 40: 31. Air Jordan 3 Black History Month Black Metallic Gold We feel cheated. And, for the first time in months, Tiger Woods wasn't the guilty party. We lay it all on those who portend to protect the TV images of the Masters. Considering the scope of this weekend's event and how the future of the sport could spin from here, what would have been so technically prohibitive about establishing a Tiger Woods Cam somewhere if not commercial free perhaps interrupted every so often with that new creepy Nike commercial? Why, in today's cameras everywhere world, are the non attending patrons at home, work or positioned at a local pub shut out from an unfiltered feed poised only on Woods from the time he arrived on the Augusta National grounds Thursday morning until he was chauffeured away at dusk? We come not to gawk but to observe, like a grand sociological experiment. C'mon, placate us. The Masters wouldn't allow it. In total, we missed about two dozen shots live during that hour and a half before we saw Woods walking up the eighth fairway when it joined live again. They were the most important ones, too the ones that set the tone. permitted ESPN to launch into its own TigerVision that didn't count against its limited coverage of the stroke play on the course. Golf Channel, meanwhile, stayed more in tune with the wishes of those who run the Masters; don't overlook the other 95 storylines. Like Fred Couples, Tom Watson and a couple others. Coverage of Woods in the days after his Thanksgiving night episode from reputed media outlets left us more than queasy about the state of journalism. But the fact remained this weekend that, for the first time in nearly five months, he was competing. That was the story. Providing a ready steady cam to monitor his every move, size up his body language, study his ability to read greens not just to satisfy some curiosity over gallery reaction was the most glaring omission from the entire day's media coverage. In the course of the coverage, ESPN broadcaster Mike Tirico and Jim Nantz managed to drop in the word "scandal" to describe Wood's most recent past without getting into detail. That's fine. Our interest was more in his performance. CBS will have more access to live shots on the weekend, but only if he's clearly in contention. Even then, the story will not lose all its nervous curiosity even if he's farther back in the pack. Before the tournament started, we put the question to Tirico and Curtis Strange: If you could watch every single one of Woods' shots during the first round, would you do it? Said Strange: "First, that's not possible from where I'm sitting (in Butler Cabin) and if it was, it would be hard to do. I'm focused on what's at hand. If (Woods) isn't playing well, and Phil (Mickelson) is, I'm concerned with Phil and what's going on with him. I don't concern myself with someone who's not part of that story." Added Tirico: "Tiger is the big story, but not the biggest one and no one is bigger than the Masters. It would be disrespectful to the others to just focus on one guy. Will we keep an eye on him more? Yes. But I'd be cheating myself and others if that was the only focus of attention." So any way you view this Tiger story through the media prism, it's all about who's getting cheated on. The focus is on Murray's younger brother, Chris, who suffered oxygen deprivation when he was born in 1960 and was diagnosed with autism. But the family story, loaded with plenty of home video, goes much deeper. "After their children are diagnosed, some dads just shut down for a few years. For many, their work like goes to hell, too. It's not that they can't deal with their child's autism. 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