The most expensive victory trophies

With several awards and recognition companies today, factors such as the value of the award and the popularity of the event, some are becoming more famous globally compared to others. It often happens that the most expensive rewards are also the most famous. Award distributions are relatively common today in …

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Book Sale Fundraisers are a Thing Again

Among the many victims of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 were popular book sales held to earn money for churches, schools and libraries. Now, a Thursday, June 24 announcement from High Point shows these are coming back. The Friends of High Point Public Library have announced that the group will …

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Enjoy ‘Cowboy Culture’ with a Night of Music, Poetry | New

RR @ High Plains Homestead HARRISON – Old-school storytelling, through cowboy poetry and music, will conjure up images of sitting around the campfire or working the ranch during the first-ever Cowboy Culture Night, scheduled for June 26 at Harrison. The event, led by Harrison residents Tami Hughson, Katie Reece and …

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Washington People: Rebecca Copeland | Source

Rebecca Copeland, Professor of Japanese Language and Literature in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, is a nationally recognized scholar of modern Japanese literature, translator of contemporary Japanese novels, and now a novelist herself. Copeland is the author of “The Kimono Tattoo,” a mystery set in Kyoto …

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