Camp HOPE has been held for each of the last four summers in collaboration with CFJ's partner, the Central Connecticut Coast YMCA, at its accredited overnight and day camp sites in Massachusetts and Connecticut. This year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp HOPE was held as a day camp and also had a virtual week-long component. The camp experience never ends as Camp HOPE campers continue to work with CFJ's expert staff throughout the year as part of its Pathways to HOPE mentoring program. … [Read more...] about Fairfield Christmas Tree Festival Donates $80,000 to Camp HOPE
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Summer Hike In Marin County: Photo Of The Day Beautiful Muir Beach: Marin County Photo Of The DayMoon Over Marin County: Photo Of The DayMajestic Mount Tamalpais: Marin County Photo Of The DayCliffs Above Rodeo Beach: Marin County Photo Of The DayLovely Lagoon Park: Marin County Photo Of The DayEgret Strikes A Pose In Sausalito: Marin County Photo Of The DayPeaceful Alpine Lake: Marin County Photo Of The DayTranquil Maze In Marin County: Photo Of The DaySubscribe … [Read more...] about Picturesque Cypress Tree Tunnel: Marin County Photo Of The Day
Nicksons Eatery– 30 S. La Grange Rd. Buy a gift, get a gift! Ask for the Flash Sale offer to receive a $10 bonus gift card with every $50 in gift cards purchased from 11a – 3p. Be one of the first 50 people to purchase a gift card of $100 or more, and you'll receive a complimentary bottle of wine. Must be 21 or over. … [Read more...] about Flash Sale Planned On Small Business Saturday In La Grange
The night before he was ordered to leave, Garcia’s friends held a farewell party for him in southwest Detroit, according to the Detroit Free Press. “I feel kind of sad,” he told the newspaper. “I got to leave my family behind, knowing that they’re probably going to have a hard time adjusting. Me not being there for them for who knows how long. It’s just hard.” … [Read more...] about Too old for DACA, a Michigan father is deported after three decades in the U.S.
As best I can figure, the reason the general public does not react in outrage is because so many of these places are well hidden from view from most roads. The best bass lake in the Bay Area is Felt Lake on Stanford land, for instance, where fishing the edge of weed beds from a float tube would be like a fantasy dream for many anglers. Felt Lake is located within a mile or two from Highway 280, but a hill blocks the view. So most do not know it is even there. … [Read more...] about A peek behind “No Trespassing’ signs in Palo Alto