Sheraton Needham Hotel
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... have come and gone in town and at the base too; I still miss the Old West Steakhouse and the Tugboat. The most recent major change I can pinpoint was last winters’ rebuilt Four Points Hut into the new, larger Four Points Lodge on the mountain. Vista Verde Ranch has seen many changes over the years as well. While they now have a beautiful addition to the main lodge, I remember back to the year it was being built and we had to eat dinner in ...
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... to discern how RCC might engage more both globally and locally around creating a more just world for girls and women.
The four of us are the "goers," some are our "senders" (Pam B, Jan A, Joanne F, Jocelyn W, Doug C, Andrew F, Mike M, Ross J), but we would like to take everyone with us in some way : ) so here are some things you can do:
#1: Pray for us: for our traveling safety, ease of logistics, that ...
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