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Bratley Funeral Home

10 Bayfield St
Washburn, WI 54891
(715) 373-2283
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Funeral services set for Topeka man killed in Jefferson County crash - KSNT News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Huggins from the vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.According to his obituary, Huggins graduated from Seaman High School in 1994 and attended Washburn University. His family says he loved loud music and fast cars.“Travis lived life in the fast lane,” the obituary said.His family says at his request, he was a transplant donor.“Travis had a kind heart and he greatly loved his children.”To real Huggins’ full obituary CLICK HERE.Share this:Like this:LikeLoading...Related PostsAdvertisement...

Good cooking takes root: Promoting healthy dietary change through connection to the African diaspora - Model D

Monday, March 06, 2017

Caribbean Coconut Red Beans dish. The kitchen buzzes with energy, women swapping stories, cooking tips, and flavorful aromas. Ben Washburn, MOSES treasurer and representative of Christ the King Catholic Church, helped facilitate the class. "We see education and experiences like this as a foundational way of building a strong congregation," Washburn says. "Just look at this place. Who wouldn't want to be a part of something like this?"It's true that collective food preparation and sharing meals falls increasingly by the wayside in the name of convenience, round-the-clock working hours, and fractured communities. So perhaps it's not only a culinary heritage that classes like this are hoping to reclaim, but one of togetherness, mutual support, and mealtimes as a positive and inter-generational experience. For more information about the series and other future nutrition education series, visit the Detroit Food Policy Council online.This article is part of Michigan Nightlight, a series of stories about the programs and people that positively impact the lives of Michigan kids. It is made possible with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Read more in the series here.All photos by the author.Let's block ads! a href...

Community servant - News - Shelby Star - Shelby, NC - Shelby Star

Monday, December 26, 2016

Data Center Park in Kings Mountain and all of the components with City Council to establish that. Also, the acquisition of property, so we could be active in recruiting industry like the Washburn Corridor, which now has companies like Schletter, Greenheck and others."On Hawkins’ commitment to helping children:Ellis: “He was very passionate about the Boy Scouts and the boys in the community and leading them in the right direction. He took more than 900 children on their first airplane flight.”Neisler: “Even though he did not have any children, he loved children. He would do children’s sermons (at First Presbyterian Church in Kings Mountain).”On Hawkins' love for animals and animal welfare: Holbrook: "He had a great love for animals, dogs especially. How do we improve animal care and facilities for animal care? He was instrumental in improvements that have been made."Falls: "He worked very hard for the animals in Cleveland County. It was not uncommon to see Ronnie see a wild animal that he saw that was hurt and carry it to the vet and pay the bill. The Clifford's (Army) group that's out there, he was the very first donor."...

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Funeral services set for Topeka man killed in Jefferson County crash - KSNT News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Huggins from the vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.According to his obituary, Huggins graduated from Seaman High School in 1994 and attended Washburn University. His family says he loved loud music and fast cars.“Travis lived life in the fast lane,” the obituary said.His family says at his request, he was a transplant donor.“Travis had a kind heart and he greatly loved his children.”To real Huggins’ full obituary CLICK HERE.Share this:Like this:LikeLoading...Related PostsAdvertisement...

Good cooking takes root: Promoting healthy dietary change through connection to the African diaspora - Model D

Monday, March 06, 2017

Caribbean Coconut Red Beans dish. The kitchen buzzes with energy, women swapping stories, cooking tips, and flavorful aromas. Ben Washburn, MOSES treasurer and representative of Christ the King Catholic Church, helped facilitate the class. "We see education and experiences like this as a foundational way of building a strong congregation," Washburn says. "Just look at this place. Who wouldn't want to be a part of something like this?"It's true that collective food preparation and sharing meals falls increasingly by the wayside in the name of convenience, round-the-clock working hours, and fractured communities. So perhaps it's not only a culinary heritage that classes like this are hoping to reclaim, but one of togetherness, mutual support, and mealtimes as a positive and inter-generational experience. For more information about the series and other future nutrition education series, visit the Detroit Food Policy Council online.This article is part of Michigan Nightlight, a series of stories about the programs and people that positively impact the lives of Michigan kids. It is made possible with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Read more in the series here.All photos by the author.Let's block ads! a href...

Community servant - News - Shelby Star - Shelby, NC - Shelby Star

Monday, December 26, 2016

Data Center Park in Kings Mountain and all of the components with City Council to establish that. Also, the acquisition of property, so we could be active in recruiting industry like the Washburn Corridor, which now has companies like Schletter, Greenheck and others."On Hawkins’ commitment to helping children:Ellis: “He was very passionate about the Boy Scouts and the boys in the community and leading them in the right direction. He took more than 900 children on their first airplane flight.”Neisler: “Even though he did not have any children, he loved children. He would do children’s sermons (at First Presbyterian Church in Kings Mountain).”On Hawkins' love for animals and animal welfare: Holbrook: "He had a great love for animals, dogs especially. How do we improve animal care and facilities for animal care? He was instrumental in improvements that have been made."Falls: "He worked very hard for the animals in Cleveland County. It was not uncommon to see Ronnie see a wild animal that he saw that was hurt and carry it to the vet and pay the bill. The Clifford's (Army) group that's out there, he was the very first donor."...