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Monday, March 6, 2017
Shoot Eight - Holy Cross Golf Tournament
It was London, as if you didn't know. . . Elaine, Peyton, Mariann, Carol, Milt, Mike, Joani, Michelle, and Jim.
"On the Putting Green"
Another fund raiser is the golf tournament run by Holy Cross Church in Easton. I was asked by the pastor to bring my camera for some photos for the parish's website. My first encounter at the golf club was the putting green where young and old tried their techniques to get the little round ball into the little round hole. At times I'm sure they felt the hole had shrunken! I liked Bill's determination - he did sink all of these. Just not sure how well he fared on the fairways. But I am sure he had fun!
Better get out the atlas as this year I will be featuring some of the more famous cities of the world! I will offer some interesting facts about one of them. Just which city am I describing?
indeed a celebration here with year-round festivals rejoicing over one or the
other aspect of this great city.
start your incredible journey of this city by going back in time. The Old City is dotted with historical buildings
from the 17-19th century.
If you want
more insight into its history take a trip to the Pointe-à-Callière Museum - permanent displays and rotating exhibits
in this Museum tell the story of the city’s past – right from the treasures
found from excavations in this city to its first settlers.
Downtown where you can view of the city’s skyline, various churches and
museums, as well as educational centers such as the McGill University by walking along this area
sure? How about a place such as the L’Oratoire
St.-Joseph du Mont-Royalwill only heighten that sentiment. It is built on
the site of a chapel that once stood deep inside the woods. A holy place, it is
revered by all the residents of this cityl.
A Word to the Wise. . .
"We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life by
what we give."
~ Winston Churchill
Murphy's Laws. . .
No armored car loaded with bags
ever turned over and spilled its load in the street,