The Capital City Arts Initiative announces its exhibition, “ART from WNC,” at the Community Development Building (the Brick) 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City. Eleven student artists from Western Nevada College, Carson City, have work in the exhibit. The free exhibition is available to the public now through April 12, 2018; the building is open Monday Friday, 8am noon, 1 4pm..
If you’ve ever wondered what AWI specifications are, you’ll be comforted to know that they are there to insure that all customers to the architectural wood trade can achieve satisfaction in the goods they buy. The Architectural Woodwork Institute lays down guidelines for standards and procedures in the woodworking industry, and has done so since 1953. Their help extends to helping members achieve success in their businesses, largely through the benefits that accrue from a reputation for the finest workmanship..
Why is the NNEP an important part of the educational programs offered at Lakehead? We know how much northern communities need their own people working in the nursing stations, and how important it is to build capacity and pride within our own members. The Aboriginal community and their own students, adult learners, and professionals need to be on the front lines of health care and community support. Our people deserve to see their own graduates in place assisting young mothers and children, grandmothers, and community members with their health needs..
Public Input Period: Bill Profili spoke on behalf of the Lions Club, supporting their request that the City commit to a further five year lease of the campground property a year before the current lease expires; they wish to expand the facility, and to begin seeking grants for the work, with the assurance that the lease will continue. Cosbey asked whether the improvements would enable the campground to meet the standards for approval by Destination BC; a letter from Tourism Rossland encouraged that. Profili responded that the requirements, including an on site telephone and on site staffing, would increase costs by 100% and revenue by only about 30%.
But, stores like Tommy Bahama, Ray Ban, Anthropologie and Sperry are basically an extension of the local vibe. Some of the stores host events as well. For example, Lululemon’s offers free in store yoga classes, and the center itself also organizes weekend entertainment and a massive Christmastime tree lighting party..
That multiculturalism stayed with me. I can put into words how great that scene was. I really appreciate women artists and I always admired you, recalled Raitt. Pat Wilson has made his mark on Nisku, in more ways than one.The latest is a public park on Sparrow Drive, south of Highway 625, now officially named the Pat Wilson Memorial Park, after the founder of Camex Equipment.Wilson, who passed away on Sept. 26 of this year, is still a major name in Nisku, after having built Camex from scratch over the past 23 years, from a one employee operation to a major presence with more than 100 employees and five locations.The unveiling, held Friday, Nov. 20, with Camex employees, Wilson family, and local officials in attendance, was kicked off with speeches recalling Wilson legacy.worked with Pat quite consistently over the years on projects like this, so we can help beautify the area, leave something here for the businesses to enjoy and anybody who passing through, said Leduc County Mayor John Whaley.Whaley said Wilson was also pivotal in putting together the Leduc County Coalition, an advocacy group opposed to Edmonton proposed annexation of Leduc County lands.The park is on the west side of Sparrow Drive, near Camex and other industrial properties and south of a new commercial development.