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2 months ago  ::  Jul 12, 2015 - 10:09AM #101
Janadele
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"Are you anxious to get your hands on some creative new apps with gospel-centered themes? Are you looking for something worthy to occupy your children and teens?


While the LDSTech 2015 Gospel App and Game Contest is gearing up, take a moment to check out the many creative apps from the 2014 contest, which also had the theme “Create Something Worthy.” The LDSTech wiki has a list of submissions from the 2014 contest entries. "

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1 month ago  ::  Jul 22, 2015 - 9:49PM #102
Janadele
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"Family ownership through successive generations can be a challenge in America, and despite the best intentions of many owners, much can go wrong in the process of trying to assure that subsequent generations can continue to own and maintain properties.  Various strategies such as Limited Liability Corporations, Family Compound Trusts, Rights of First Refusal and Conservation and/or Preservation Easements are some options.


“Passing It On: Strategies for Saving Historic Lakeside Property for the Next Generation” will be presented at the New Hampshire Boat Museum, 399 Center Street in Wolfeboro, on Thursday, July 30 at 7 p.m. This free program is offered by the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance in partnership with the Lake Wentworth Foundation and the Lakes Region Conservation Trust.


A panel of lakeside property owners will share stories of how they have continued multi-generational ownership and preserved historic character. There will be plenty of time for audience questions and experts will be on hand to comment on specific legal or real estate issues. Information materials and hand-outs will also be provided.


The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is co-sponsoring a second version of this program on Thursday, August 13, at 9 a.m. at the Squam Lakes Association barn, Route 3 in Holderness.The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance strengthens communities and stimulates local economies by encouraging the protection and revival of historic buildings and places. For more information, visit www.nhpreservation.org.


The Lakes Region Conservation Trust is dedicated to the permanent conservation, stewardship, and respectful use of lands that define the character of the Lakes Region and its quality of life."


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1 month ago  ::  Jul 23, 2015 - 7:23PM #103
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www.onenewsnow.com/legal-courts/2015/07/...


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"Recently, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that a Ten Commandments monument at the state capitol must come down. This ruling is contrary to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in 2005 that a Ten Commandments monument at the Texas state capitol was constitutional.  Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said, “Quite simply, the Oklahoma Supreme Court got it wrong...the court completely ignored the profound historical impact of the Ten Commandments on the foundation of Western law."  The state attorney general is appealing the ruling, and Governor Mary Fallin has ordered the monument to remain on capitol grounds. She said in a statement, “During this process, which will involve both legal appeals and potential legislative and constitutional changes, the Ten Commandments monument will remain on the Capitol grounds."  This assault on Oklahoma's Christian heritage is alarming. Anti-God bullies have been fighting to remove religion from the public square. This is about religious liberty and recognizing that the Ten Commandments are the basis of all of our laws. Governor Fallin has taken a bold stand by defending the Ten Commandments monument. As secular groups attack our freedoms, it is important that governors stand up against this assault.”

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2 weeks ago  ::  Aug 20, 2015 - 4:39PM #104
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www.lds.org/liahona/2015/08/the-proclama...



"Historically, laws maintained a workable balance between social interests and individual interests because each element plays an important role in a healthy society. However, in the 1960s and 1970s, U.S. courts began to interpret family laws in ways that gave individual interests a much higher priority than social interests, which knocked the legal and social system off balance. This change was but one part of the transformation of American family law—the biggest cultural shift in attitudes about marriage and family life in 500 years."

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