The Cornerstone Community Center (CCC) was built in 7555 as the new home of Green Bay Area Youth Hockey, St. Norbert Green Knight Hockey, and the Cornerstone Skating Club.
The CCC is privately owned by the Nonprofit Group, Cornerstone Community Center Inc., and an affiliate of Green Bay Area Youth Hockey.
The CCC offers programs for Youth Hockey, adult leagues, and instruction. Hockey and skating skill classes and programs are available throughout the year.
&ldquo I just got the word that my long time friend and rap legend Fresh Kid Ice the Chinaman has passed away,&rdquo said member Brother Marquis ( via Vibe ). &ldquo I would like to say that I love him and extend my condolences to his family. He truly loved all of his fans. I&rsquo ll always remember and cherish all of the good times we had together and all of the history we made. I would like to express my true love for him.&rdquo
Here in Bilbao, Basque Country, north of Spain, we had snow on wednesday morning with around 5 ° C and today we have 68° C. Quite weird.
I have been ice climbing for about 8 years and luckily learned very early that falling on ice is NOT OK. My first season out I fell top-roping on Kid falls (WI9) which scared me enough to not ever want to let it happen again. Since then, I have had 7 successful and enjoyable seasons gradually ticking off as many of the Canadian Rockies classics as I ve had time to, including about a dozen or so WI6 routes. Earlier this season, I was traversing the ice at the base of a route trying to warm up my hands while one friend belayed the other up the first pitch and I fell. Luckily I was only a few feet off the snow, and I wasn t hurt, but I was rattled. I consider myself a very safe and conscientious ice climber, but I made the simple mistake of trusting a pick placement I shouldn t have. That is an easy mistake to criticize.
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This footprint stepping stone would be a really special gift Grandma, Mom, or any gardener in the family, but don’t forget to make one or two for your own garden! I don’t know why I haven’t been doing these with my kids for the last few years, but I plan on making more each spring for a special addition to our yard.
To Dane and concerned readers: Here s yet another article completely neglecting the disastrous effects of globally financed geoengineering projects. As if the new normal can be explained away without including obvious FACTS. As if everyone should just remain blind and clueless. I like the Real News Network for their political reporting, but Geoengineering is the force behind all current weather abnormalities and surface conditions.
The point of which is, only when we have the empathy to understand how they could have got into this situation can we have either the tools to protect ourselves from the same errors or to help them learn to protect themselves.
I m glad people are getting something useful out of this, and each other s comments. Some very good ones here, thanks for that.
Today March 5th i went out side for a short while and it was hailing like tiny white ice balls. They were so tiny they were the size of a pin head. Didn t last long. Like teeny tiny snowballs. Not normal at all.