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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
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... on the empty road so not to hit it. We looked and looked in every mirror and window, and it had vanished. The crane is known to be a totem of great fortune and brings good tidings, preparing you for something special. We felt in good hands.
Alabama was going to be a tour of civil rights in America. It's not a very large state, but massive, history-changing events took place here - and not that long ago. ...
It was great fun but wouldn't want to do that every week. I don't think Brandon slept more that a couple of hours during the whole thing. Near the end he was getting a bit loopy. At one point he was showing some volunteers how to hang a pre-hung door and was about to have the door open out instead of in to the bedroom. Then, a few minutes later, he was doing the same thing again. Oh well.
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... day and Newks another with coffee pastries by Panera another morning. Cheryl Winger always makes sure that we have coffee and snacks during their stay with us. One lady from their church back home made many bags of cookies that lasted throughout the week.
We also had two dedications this week. Cretia Craigs house at 110 Juanita Drive was dedicated at 830 Friday morning and the rehab for Ms. Jennifer was dedicated at 11 ...
... to volunteer six months of their time, and in our case, we have the blessing that they work with our local Habitat affiliate. Most of the young men are in their early twenties and most come from families that are farmers. Hard workers all. Humble. Don't say much, but man, they do a lot. How many Mennonites does it take to, oops, never mind, it's done already is the joke one of them made up and many ...
... he has dropped 90 pounds! (Weight watchers and walking 6 miles a day). They caravanned from their home in Minnesota. One new member of the group, Lisa Trainor, showed up a day early in order to take part in an 18 mile run. She came back to the camp after coming in 2nd and asked permission to clean all of the windows in the Lion's Den. Kind of caught me by surprise, so I said OK. Lisa was like the energizer bunny all ...