Spicy Chicken Patty
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The Youth Alive Club is sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt, so keep your eyes open for hidden eggs around campus starting tomorrow. You might even find a special egg with a gift card!
This Thursday in the Spot after school help decorate spring bags for needy children.
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By Andy Mead
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
Animatronic dinosaurs and people
are throughout the Creation Museum
as pictured March 20, 2007, in
Petersburg, Kentucky. The museum
is a $27 million religious showcase
scheduled to open Memorial Day.
PETERSBURG, Ky. — Tyrannosaurus rex was a strict vegetarian, and lived with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
There were dinosaurs of every kind aboard Noah's ark. Some dinosaurs managed to hang around until just a few hundred years ago. The legend of St. George slaying the dragon? That probably was a dinosaur.
Exhibits showing all this and more will be at the Creation Museum, a $27 million religious showcase nearing completion in Northern Kentucky.
The museum, in Boone County, is being built by a non-profit group called Answers in Genesis. It is scheduled to open on Memorial Day. Museum and Northern Kentucky tourism officials expect it to be a boon to the region, bringing in at least 250,000 visitors in its first year.
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Courier Staff Writers Sahar Naweed and Armaghan Nabil contributed to this report.
The second of this year's Holocaust assemblies will be held Thursday, when sophomore World Studies students will go to the Little Theater to hear Jacques, who survived the Holocaust as a "hidden child" in France, recount his experiences.
This will be Jacques' first appearance at the annual assemblies, the fifteenth annual Holocaust assemblies to be presented.
Visit the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's website.
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Francisco Baltazar (April 2, 1788—February 20, 1862), known much more widely through his nom-de-plume Francisco Balagtas, was a prominent Filipino poet, and is widely considered as the Tagalog equivalent of William Shakespeare for his impact on Filipino literature. The famous epic, Florante at Laura, is regarded as his defining work.
Born in the town of Bigaa (now named Balagtas in his honor) in the province of Bulacan, Francisco Balagtas was the youngest of four children. His parents were the blacksmith, Juan Baltazar, and his wife, Juana de la Cruz. He was nicknamed Kiko, while his siblings were named Felipe, Concha, and Nicholasa.
Read Forante, by Francisco Balagtas, in tagalog
, or spanish
, free from Project Gutenberg.
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