discount ray bans | cheap ray bans 2926

Written by Jason on . Posted in Business Insurance 101

DNR Parks and Trails Division names new area supervisor

The Parks and Trails Division of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has selected Jeremy Losinski, who has until recently been the manager of Lac qui Parle State Park in Montevideo, to oversee outdoor recreation in eight west central counties.

In his new job, Losinski will supervise and
cheap ray bans administer outdoor recreation programs in Big Stone, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Lac qui Parle, Meeker, Renville, Swift and Yellow Medicine counties. He is responsible for public water accesses, state trails, state recreation areas,
replica ray bans state water trails, fishing piers, shore fishing areas and grants related to local units of government.

read more ...

cheap ray bans | discount ray bans 6223

Written by Jason on . Posted in Commercial Vehicle Insurance

Stylish and witty
discount ray bans subculture struts its stuff

Attention all backyard shed inventors, corset wearers and Jules Verne buffs: you may be unsuspecting steampunkers. Steampunk, many aficionados say, came into their lives as retro futuristic art, literature, attire and gadgets long before the Victorian sci fi subculture claimed its name.It’s "steam’, as in 19th century propulsion, and "punk", as in "cyberpunk" a reaction against today’s apparently impersonal, disposable, technological dystopia. And judging by the relaxed and well dressed (if sweltering) throng at the first Auckland "Aethercon" in Parnell last Saturday it’s possibly the most elegant, inventive and witty of all subcultures.Jubilee Hall was full of aristocrats, explorers, botanists, adventurers, sky gypsies and sky pirates (think Robert DeNiro’s character in the delightful Neil Gaiman based fairytale Stardust). Raspberry haired Unitec costume design student Kelli Prince was dressed as army medic "Elsie Morrison", carrying vials of blue liquid on leather belts that she’d hand stitched over an elaborately bustled and buckled khaki pinafore."I’m into the grubbier Victorian buzz; the poorer kind of peeps," said Prince, who spent around 40 hours making her costume.Standing beside her was Stephen Brockett, aka "Vincent Vector", who wore manoeuvrable homemade wooden bat wing frames over his neat vest. "I’m inspired by Icarus," the young man explained. Erm, what about falling to his death and all that? "Oh, I’m hoping to do better than him thanks to the technology we now have," was the prompt reply. Calendars at Aethercon showed grainy photographs of a blimp like "Airship Halberg" floating above the Sky Tower whose "secretive, shadow mission" is to investigate certain "eddies in the time space continuum". Illustrator Gareth Jensen exhibited "Birth of Industry" watercolours of large, metal beings reminiscent of Scottish sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi’s giant cubist humanoids.William Morris would be horrified: the Industrial Revolution which his Arts and Crafts movement was protesting against is now considered romantic. Steampunk is aware of the irony of escaping today’s technology by celebrating another era’s automation. Aethercon organiser Michael Hodgson admits he’s a software engineer. "We’re not like the Amish," he says. Steampunkers just like to escape the present occasionally.Steampunk doesn’t explain away the paradox of science versus nature or art, but revels in it, says Susan Wardell of Romance Rewound jewellery, up from Dunedin. She showed me a metal pendant incorporating calla lilies and clockwork, the softness of one contrasting beautifully with the intricacy of the other.Then Hodgson helped "evil genius
discount ray bans and mad scientist" Boris Van Galvin try to electrocute me with a real 1908 electro shock therapy device wired up to a dial on a wooden box. I got a tingling buzz after foolishly holding their outstretched hands, team building trust circle style, while they were each holding one tube.The alter ego of Motat blacksmith Andrew Hooper, Boris wore mutton chops and a maroon tunic, and his dirty fingernails attested to time spent in his inventor’s workshop. His eyewear
fake ray bans made out of copper drainpipe and welding goggles sported the engraved plate "X Ray Ban since 1842". Your comment has been received, you need to verify your registration before the comment can be
cheap ray bans moderatedPlease check your inbox and click the verification link to complete the registration. Once you login, you can post further comments and view comments made in your profile.There may be a delay before it appears on the site due to high volumes and comment moderation on some articles; however we endeavour to post all your views, within reason, so please check back laterOur Regional News StoriesThe Northern AdvocateHave your say: First flagWiremu Kakarana’s view of New Zealand’s first flag doesn’t match history.Articles Connexes:

read more ...

cheap ray bans | replica ray ban sunglasses 0596

Written by Jason on . Posted in Employers Liability Insurance

Miller L V Vic

"Vic" Passed away at Northland Pointe, Port Colborne, on Monday, July 22, 2013, in his 96th year. Beloved husband of Dorothy (Galna) of Northland Pointe for 62 years. Dear father of Charles (Joan) of Fonthill. Loving grandfather of Josh (Heather) of Calgary and Jessica Stephenson (Tim) of Hamilton. He met Dorothy while stationed in Trenton. Vic was very active in community life both in his hometown of Dunnville and adopted hometown of Fort Erie. He was a long term municipal councillor in Dunnville and Fort Erie and member of numerous service associations including the Kinsmen
fake ray bans (Dunnville), Canadian Red Cross, Fort Erie Historical Museum, Palmer Masonic Lodge and the Canadian Legion Branch 71. He was actively involved in his church life at Grace United Church in Dunnville and Central United and St. Paul’s Anglican in Fort Erie. In keeping with Vic’s wishes cremation as taken place. Private family interment. A Memorial Service/ Celebration
cheap ray bans of Vic’s life will take place
cheap ray bans with time and place to be announced later. In lieu
discount ray bans of flowers, donations can be made to the Fort Erie Historical Museum. These donations will support several Battle of Ridgeway Anniversary projects. Please contact Jane Davies, Fort Erie Museum Administrator, for details. Arrangements are entrusted to the Ballard Minor Funeral Home , 315 Broad St. E. in Dunnville.Articles Connexes:

read more ...

michael kors handbags outlet | cheap Michael Kors 9663

Written by Jason on . Posted in Business Owners Insurance

AWS Tackles Cloud Skills Shortage with AWS Educate

AWS has developed a program to teach cloud skills to students called "AWS Educate," Amazon announced Thursday. The program is available for free to approved institutions, educators, and students.

Educators and students can apply to AWS Educate for credits for a range of AWS services, including Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute, Simple Storage Service, Relational Database Service, CloudFront, DynamoDB, Elastic
Michael Kors discounts MapReduce, Redshift, and Glacier. Further credits will also be available to those affiliated with member institutions.

read more ...

fake Michael Kors | replica Michael Kors handbags 9867

Written by Jason on . Posted in Workers' Compensation Insurance

medical marijuana facility

BETHEL When you turn on to Garella Road, the second building you see appears to be an ordinary home.

It has beige shingles, a nondescript white door and the typical suburban lawn common in the Stony Hill neighborhood, a stone’s throw from Interstate 84.

The living room has been converted into what looks like the waiting room of a doctor’s office, decorated with X ray photos of marijuana plants and a sign that reads, "Every little thing is going to be alright."

It’s the Compassionate Care Center of Connecticut, Fairfield County’s first and only medical marijuana dispensary.
Michael Kors handbags outlet After months of arduous and sometimes angry debate, the Bethel dispensary will open its doors for business Tuesday.

read more ...