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Suggested tours of the Hayes House during the holidays

Experience the magical and supernatural side of Christmas with beloved Christmas stories, including “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, on an evening tour of parts of historic Hayes House. Hayes Home Holidays: Spirits of Christmas tours are offered on December 18; December 19, December 22; and December 23. Dickens, one …

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Law Enforcement Offer Safety Tips To Help You Avoid Problems On Black Friday – LaGrange Daily News

The holiday season is officially in full swing, which means many will be spending the weekend shopping or traveling. Credit card scams and burglaries can be common during the holiday season. The Troup County Sheriff’s Office offers residents several tips to protect their finances and their homes. For those traveling …

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DRIFT’s Latest “Materialism” Sculptures Reconfigure Reality

The Amsterdam-based artist duo DERIVATIVE is known for deconstructing and remixing reality, transforming everyday objects into surprising sculptures that alter our perceived relationships with the world. DRIFT’s current exhibition at New York’s Pace Gallery features new work from their “Materialism” series, which breaks down objects into their exact individual materials …

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Inn Stay: A Glimpse into the Lives of Three Long-Time Employees at Chrysalis Inn & Spa

The longevity of a career is worth its weight in gold, and the Chrysalis Inn & Spa in Bellingham has an invaluable talent for nurturing an environment of mutual respect and camaraderie among its staff. Employees John Souza, Rebecca Ellis and Cassie Wiebe embody the strength and dedication behind what …

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I work as a hotel receptionist and these are the most annoying things clients tell me on a daily basis

A HOTEL employee reveals the boring things customers ask him for every day – and they always want something free. Janessa Richard from Canada has shown how she stays calm at her job when quests literally call for the impossible. 2 The hotel clerk was trying to keep calm Relying …

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Toast to the YWCA update

VAN WERT – The Van Wert County YWCA made the difficult decision to cancel their in-person toast at the YWCA – which was scheduled for Friday, November 19. Due to the VWHS football game as well as concerns over a new wave of Covid cases they believed it was the …

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Wild weather has mixed effect on tourism in British Columbia – BC News

Photo: DriveBC Flooding floods the Whatcom Road interchange in the Fraser Valley, blocking motorists | DriveBC Business owners in British Columbia’s tourism sector are thankful that the so-called Atmospheric River, which dumped up to 230mm of rain in parts of the province from November 13 to 15, arrived during its …

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War memorabilia on display at the Alberni Valley Museum – Port Alberni Valley News

As Canada’s veterans age, future generations are tasked with keeping the memory of those who fought for the country’s freedom. At the Alberni Valley Museum, that means taking care of the historical artifacts that were donated by veterans and their families. There are a number of objects of war in …

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YMCA partners with local pantries for food drive

QUINCY (WGEM) – Officials at Douglass Community Services in Hannibal say they have seen more people using their pantries than before. Hannibal’s YMCA is partnering with local pantries to help stock the shelves. The Y will waive the $ 75 membership fee for anyone who donates 25 canned or non-perishable …

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Philadelphia school officers no longer feel safe in schools

The coronavirus pandemic has depleted a lot of resources in many industries over the past year and a half. Companies had to lay off workers left and right because they couldn’t stay afloat financially in the beginning. Now here we are months and months later and they are struggling even …

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