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    on July 20, 2018 at 2:26 pm

    A Marine Corps veteran had her car stolen with her dog, Wrigley, inside. When the car was discovered, her pup was nowhere to be found. Thanks to police and a scent to trace, the two were reunited in a beautiful moment captured on video. #GoodNewsRUHLES […]

  • President Trump criticizes fed chair and threatens more tariffs
    on July 20, 2018 at 2:23 pm

    President Trump is breaking tradition and criticizing his own fed chair and is threatening to put tariffs on $500 billion more of Chinese products. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by former Chairman of Economic Advisors Jason Furman and CNBC Contributor Dan […]

The Jerusalem Post – Front Page

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Stan Carew/John Campbelljohn Concert


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Acclaimed musicians and storytellers Stan Carew (white shirt) and John Campbelljohn rocked the house at the Stanley Bridge Centre (SBC) Sunday evening, July 13, for the Stanley Bridge Memorial Society’s (SBMS) first major entertainment event at the SBC. Parking was at a premium, with nearly every one of the 120 seats filled. More than 20 chairs had to be rushed over at the last minute to accommodate the demand for tickets at the door.

The magical evening featured more than two hours of blues, Celtic, country, honky-tonk and Maritime music, with the audience singing along to their favorite tunes. Thanks are extended to everyone who bought a ticket to this concert and the SBMS is planning to host similar events in the near future.

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Bertram Pays a Visit

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MLA Carolyn Bertram dropped by the Stanley Bridge Centre (former Stanley Bridge United Church) Wednesday (June 11) afternoon to say hello and to have a look at preparations for next month’s launch of a farmer’s market in the building. Next to her are Stanley Bridge Memorial Society president Steve Dimond and the organization’s treasurer, Joan Harding.

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Annual General Meeting set for May 21

The Stanley Bridge Memorial Society Inc.’s annual general meeting will be held Wednesday, May 21 at 7 pm at the Stanley Bridge Centre (former Stanley Bridge United Church). Learn more about the exciting things that are happening within Stanley Bridge, including a new farmer’s market slated to open at the Stanley Bridge Centre in July. Bring a friend or several friends. All are welcome.

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To preserve and protect

The Guardian reports on our campaign – July 18, 2013.

A little white church in the heart of Stanley Bridge stands as a testament to the tenacity of the people in the area who built it almost 85 years ago.

Now a group of determined residents is moving ahead with plans to preserve, protect and celebrate the past history of the former Stanley Bridge United Church and have it become a meaningful gathering place for local residents and visitors…
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