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The tournament is a four-person scramble with an 8:30 a. m. shotgun start. Flighting is based on the team member with the lowest handicap. The entry fee is $45 for Pine Acres members and $55 for non-members, which includes greens fees, food and refreshments on the course. The tournament has a total purse of $3,500 based on 35 teams. there are also prizes on par-3 holes and door prizes sponsored by local businesses. More than 100 local businesses, organizations and donors support the annual event. All proceeds from the tournament benefit free outreach services for children with disabilities. pediatric developmental and preventative screenings. therapeutic recreation programs. child safety initiatives that prevent disabilities and fatalities from accidental injuries. and inclusive early learning programs which give young children a bright start to lifelong learning. To field a team, contact Kirk Stauffer, PGA pro, at (814) 362-2005. . Carts are an additional fee and can be reserved when registering a team. To find out about tournament sponsorship opportunities, contact Leslie Kallenborn at CARE for Children at (814) 362-4621. CARE for Children is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children of all abilities. Source: www.bradfordera.com
“The show is a lot better than last year, and a lot bigger,” said Bill Kolk, club president, noting he believed about couple hundred people came through on Friday. “I think all the vendors have done well and we have a lot of new and different vendors this year,” Kolk continued. “That’s good because it brings new items to swap and buy. He said he was glad to see so many people come through from the local area to have their Zippo lighters and Case knives appraised. This year, the event incorporated the added focus of knives from W. R. Case & Sons Cutlery. “That has really worked well,” he commented. Lewis Nestor, who came up from Virginia with his wife Teresa, said he sold several Case knives and had seen a lot of familiar faces as well as new ones throughout the day Friday. “I’ve been seeing a lot of local people, too,” Nestor said, “a lot of Zippo employees and former employees, so that’s really nice. He noted he was happy to come across quite a few unusual lighters brought by friends in the club. “They have some really rare ones with them. Nestor said coming to the hometown of Zippo Manufacturing Co. for the lighter show is he and his wife’s vacation for the year, and he really looks forward to it. “The best stuff is going to come from Bradford because the lighters have been here so... You never know what someone might find in a basement or an attic, or what the employees may come with,” he commented. “We’ve been up here since Saturday,” Nestor added, saying they come early to enjoy what the region has to offer. He related they’d been to Watkins Glen, Straub Brewery and a plethora of local shops in downtown Bradford as well as Salamanca, N. Y. “This is a wonderful event,” commented Tom Parkis, who traveled eight hours from Crestwood, Ill. , to be part of it. “It’s great fun, you meet a lot of great people. “I’ve made some very good trades, and I’ve been buying more than I’m selling,” Parkis said with a laugh, noting he is partial to vintage Zippo lighters from the 1950s and ‘60s. “If you come to sell, it’s good, but it’s just a fun weekend to get... Bob Mehi and his friend Richard Nowell traveled about three hours from Hamilton, Ontario in Canada to come to the swap. Mehi said he’s been making his way to Bradford for the past 12 consecutive years, initially to go to the Zippo Swap Meets and then, when they ceased, to go to. Source: www.bradfordera.com
The 2016 race is about to turn rough—very rough. Now that almost every conceivable member of the human race has entered the race for the GOP presidential nomination, millions of dollars from superPACs are flooding into the primary elections and the GOP is beginning the process of vilifying... In fact, I’ve ordered a shiny new set of cutlery to better slice and devour the 2016 presidential campaign’s negative ads. By this time next year, I should be fat as a pastry chef—presidential campaigns have been getting more negative every cycle. The campaign ads from 2012 were more negative than the ads in 2008, 2008’s were more negative than 2004’s and, you guessed it, 2004’s more negative than 2000’s. But far from disparaging the form—or my thickening waistline—I celebrate it. Negative... I come to my understanding both intuitively and from paging through a new book, The Positive Case for Negative Campaigning , by political scientists Kyle Mattes and David P. Redlawsk. The popular abhorrence for negative campaigning seems to stem from the word “negative,” for how could anything good come from something whose essence seems so retrograde. The press encourage this sort of thinking by declaiming each election the most negative or nasty or mudslinging without pausing to explain what constitutes a negative ad. A negative ad is not necessarily a false ad. As Mattes and Redlawsk explain,... ” The scholars at the Wesleyan Media Project who track, among other things, campaign negativity, likewise embrace this definition, stating that ads are negative if “they mentioned an opponent. Keep this soft definition in mind the next time you hear a politician or columnist bemoaning the rise of negativity in campaign. Is it even possible to run a campaign without mentioning your opponent. Amazingly, only 10 percent of presidential campaign ads were negative in 1960, which means the candidates used their ads to talk mostly about themselves and their stands on the issues, and almost never mentioned their opponents. By 2008, that rose to about 60 percent. The overly broad definition ends up overstating the octane of negative ads, lumping. Source: www.politico.com
This story is bound to piss people off — regardless if you have kids or not. A Maine business owner is receiving harsh criticism over her decision to yell at a child who wouldn't stop crying in her establishment. The toddler supposedly wouldn't keep
Pine Acres Country Club will host the 22nd annual CARE 'fore' Children Golf Tournament on Aug. 2. Tournament sponsors are Zippo Manufacturing Company and W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company. Metalico 300x250 Ameriprise - Chapman - 300x250.
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He said he was glad to see so many people come through from the local area to have their Zippo lighters and Case knives appraised. This year, the event incorporated the added focus of knives from W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery. “That has really worked well,”
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