fordD332S
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June 26, 2017
I started smoking at 15. When I was in my early 40s, i was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD),It was becoming increasingly worse. My dad and his dad died from this. It's a hard disease that seems to start out like bad asthma and progresses into chronic lung infections. One day i saw a blog online,were so many people are writing about how perfect health herbal medicine cured them of COPD,so i contact perfect health herbal medicine home immediately via email,which they replied immediately too ,and told me to purchased the herbal medicine for COPD,They gave me guarantee that i will be cured with 6 weeks of usage,i believed them and purchased,after purchasing ,the herbal medicine was shipped to my home address,i received within 3 days. i used the herbal medicine for 6 weeks ,and i was totally cured of COPD ,All thanks to perfect health medicine home.please get your COPD cure immediately you see these testimony . CONTACT DETAILS; (Email;perfecthealthherbalmedicine @ gmail com) (website:www ' perfecthealthherbal ' weebly ' com)
imhoppy
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June 25, 2017
As you know, Eric Awes, I grew up on Wildwood Road just a block away from you. We had the distinction of living right next door to one of Station 22's Captains, Bill Hanna. Every time 22 went out on a call that had them roll down Chatsworth Blvd., Bill's wife Helen would stand on their front porch and wave to him as they passed. Then, after such a call, Bill would often have the engineer stop by his home for awhile, so we became very familiar with the old engine used in that era at Station 22. That was also in the era when the engines and trucks were equipped with a large bell mounted on the right side of the rig in such a position the Captain could pull a chord from his seat and ring it as they made their way back to the station. The sound of that bell signaled me as a kid to run outside and admire the old engine while Bill Hanna made his visits. It must have been in every boy's genes back then...we all wanted to be firemen!
WESTHOPE33
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June 25, 2017
I started smoking at 15. When I was in my early 40s, i was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD),It was becoming increasingly worse. My dad and his dad died from this. It's a hard disease that seems to start out like bad asthma and progresses into chronic lung infections. One day i saw a blog online,were so many people are writing about how perfect health herbal medicine cured them of COPD,so i contact perfect health herbal medicine home immediately via email,which they replied immediately too ,and told me to purchased the herbal medicine for COPD,They gave me guarantee that i will be cured with 6 weeks of usage,i believed them and purchased,after purchasing ,the herbal medicine was shipped to my home address,i received within 3 days. i used the herbal medicine for 6 weeks ,and i was totally cured of COPD ,All thanks to perfect health medicine home.please get your COPD cure immediately you see these testimony . CONTACT DETAILS; (Email;perfecthealthherbalmedicine @ gmail com) (website:www ' perfecthealthherbal ' weebly ' com)
Mean Green Team of volunteers brings life to Point Loma
by CASSANDRA PENALVER
Published - 06/25/17 - 08:05 AM | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Mean Green Team cleaning the corner of West Point Loma and Nimitz Boulevard. / Photo by Cassandra Penalver
Mean Green Team cleaning the corner of West Point Loma and Nimitz Boulevard. / Photo by Cassandra Penalver
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Mean Green Team at NTC Park. / Photo by Cassandra Penalver
Mean Green Team at NTC Park. / Photo by Cassandra Penalver
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Every Friday, the Mean Green Team bands together to work on various service projects in order to give back to their community. The Mean Green Team is the Beautification Committee of the Point Loma Association who dedicates their time to spruce up 17 different public areas in Point Loma. According to Mean Green Team member Cecilia Carrick, the team does everything from planting, weeding, trimming, and even cleaning off graffiti. While the Point Loma Association has been around for 55 years, the Mean Green Team was founded in the 1990s. Today, the team is around 50 members strong with roughly 20 to 25 members participating at any given community service event. They pride themselves on their diversity that range from doctors and lawyers to nurses, teachers, and even submariners who all work together to achieve the association’s mission: to improve their neighborhood. Before beginning most of their projects, the team also takes it upon themselves to gather and collect funding grants from the city, county, and private individuals to assist with the community projects. When they face a project they might not be able to tackle alone, they are never hesitant to reach out to other community members such as the police department and team up with them to complete tasks. One of the team’s most predominant projects is “Sticks on Fire” on Nimitz Boulevard near the Point Loma welcome sign. The Mean Green Team raised $120,000 and replaced the previously existing median with red blooming aloe that gave this site its fitting name. Aside from garden work and landscaping, the team also works on community tasks such as bringing down excessive billboards on Rosecrans and beautifying local utility boxes. Carrick mentioned that the team finds local artists to paint utility boxes throughout Point Loma. The team then reviews the artwork and makes sure that it fits well within designated neighborhoods before moving forward with any given artist. Not only do these painted utility boxes add character to their community, but also aids in deterring any unwanted graffiti as well. The Mean Green Team’s 17 areas it takes care of in Point Loma include: Ed’s Triangle, Pork Chops, Nimitz West, Dana Middle School, Dewey Elementary School, Soto Street Shed, Liberty Station/NTC Rose Garden, Tennyson Triangle, The Village, Canon Hiking Trail, Point Loma Park, Rosecrans Jacarandas, Catalina/Canon Median, Nimitz Median, Poe Triangle, and Sandy Beach on Shelter Island. After every team meetup on early Friday mornings, the volunteers continue to spend time together for a well-deserved coffee or food rest at locations near the site they were working at that morning. The Mean Green Team does not come together to only volunteer and go home but they also enjoy spending time with one another – many of the volunteers have been loyal to the team for more than 20 years. The team does great things to achieve their mission of improving their neighborhood and look forward to continuing to give back to their community as much as possible. For more information on the Mean Green Team, visit pointloma.org.
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Eric Awes
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June 24, 2017
Would ride our bike to the staion and the fireman would show us the bell that rang for fires and the tape that spit out the coded address of the fire...could hear the siren start up when the truck drove away for a fire call, from our Home on Dixon Place. (Four streets above Dana Junior High off of Chatsworth Blvd.
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