The photograph of the elevator belonged to Leo Schnell, who was a manager for the local grain elevator for 28 years. It was given to the now deceased manager when he retired in 1984 as a thank you for all of his hard work. His wife, Mary Jean and her daughters, recently decided to donate the picture which hung in the master bedroom of their home for almost three decades back to the museum..
In an article published in the Aug. 20, 2010 issue of The Rep, Frederick is quoted as saying, “I was raised by a single mom, and being around the Boys and Girls Club, there was a sense of family,” he said. “It taught me about co operation and how to have fun,” in relation to his involvement with the club..
Motivational and humorous calendars are particularly popular. One office I supplied simply circulated a catalog or had employees visit a website and pick out their own calendars from a specific supplier. This allowed them to express themselves in their workspace.
She came out of the blue, flying down from the skies and handed over a bouquet to the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa. To be precise, from 8,000 feet high last Saturday. At that height, where a huge Mi Helicopter appears slightly bigger than a match box from the vast sandy expanse of the Marina down below, Flight Lieutenant Bhavna Mane, Indian Air Force helicopter pilot and part time para jumper, looked no bigger than a small dark dot in the bright blue skies, indistinguishable from the many specks’ that appeared to be out on a different kind of stroll up close to the heavens.
On February 17, Sadie Watkins Southward will dance the night away with the most important man in her life. In the fairytale setting of the Renaissance Event Venue, with her pink and black dress swirling around her, she’ll feel like a princess. She’ll stay up way past her bedtime, and may be a little tired if she has to play hockey the next day.
Now is the time for more thematic work to shine. Examples of this are “Signs” by Publicis Mojo for Schweppes, a beautifully produced 12 minute piece with no dialogue, and the inspired “Bicycles” effort, where Danny MacAskill rides his bicycle about. They take their time, but good things often do.
Relkoff’s connection to Markova has never dwindled and in 1993 he and some friends travelled across Siberia by train. In conversation with the conductor he learned about the gulag and work camps and shared the story of Markova’s life. So taken was the conductor with Relkoff’s story that he connived a way to stop the train in the very village, now deserted, where Markova had been interred..