Live Internet Webcast of Michigan Mock Elections through Michigan Live Events.com November 2nd, 2006 at Leland School -- will Host Candidates for Stat
At 9:00 AM EST the MichiganLiveEvents.com service in association with Absolute Michigan will broadcast the entire event live over the internet at http://www.michiganliveevents.com and at http://www.absolutemichigan.com. For the past twenty years, northern Michigan's Leland High School government class has been hosting a rally and mock election. Between the first day of school and the day of the election, students in Leland's government class work diligently on completing the project, managing their work through student-directed committees that handle everything from signs and decorations to creating video ...
"As It Was" DVD Video Series Offers A Powerful Way To Experience The Bible By Reenacting Reality-TV-Style Scenes On Location In Israel
Youth groups, churches, home schooled students and others will be able to experience the Bible in ways never before seen, through the innovative and powerful technique of relating Bible stories from the perspective of those who lived it in the DVD series "As It Was."
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Spectacular Light Show Available in the US From 3 P.M. PST: The Gemenids Meteor Shower Will be Broadcast from Israel via the Internet on December 13,
The Bareket observatory in Israel and Global-Rent-a-scope, an international remote telescope time rental service, announced today, for the first time in recorded history, a new, spectacular meteor observing & detection service, and available, at no cost, to anyone in the world with an internet connection.
Kingsville, TX (PRWEB) October 10, 2004 -- John T. Hubert is seeking the office of Texas State Representative while serving in Iraq as a Major in the US Army Reserves. Hubert, whose full-time occupation is chief felony prosecutor for Kleberg and Kenedy counties, left for Iraq just after filing in the Texas House District 43 race.
When asked why he wanted to run for this office Hubert replied, Education will be a major issue in the Texas House this session.
The quality of public education must be improved and that means more than just funding. Education is the great equalizer. It allows all our children the opportunity to experience the American dream regardless of background or race.
As an individual using his own education to improve the lives of citizens in a war-torn country, John believes education is the defender of democracy.
It is my duty to run, Hubert said. We need bold ideas to overcome the significant disadvantages in my home district.
Hubert is assigned to the 451st Civil Affairs Battalion, under the Special Operations mantle. His job includes coordination and assistance with the construction of schools, hospitals and utilities in the northern part of Iraq, working with the Kurdistan Regional Government.
Huberts release from active duty and return to Kleberg County is scheduled for mid-October.
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