Four lincoln town car low riders from statutory grape to the basic clean lincoln.The San Diego Lowrider Gospel Fest is a collaboration of Lowrider Car Clubs, local Government Agencies, Churches, Schools, various groups and organizations reaching out to the community with the message of Jesus Christ. Our desire is to effectively facilitate a provision for those trapped in gang societies that want to get out, but don’t know how. Our vision sees that the gang communities of San Diego impacted with intervention for youth-involved in gangs and gang prevention for youth not yet involved.
Goal: To reach gang members, drug addicts and families with the GOSPEL of Jesus Christ.
Word about the event has and is spreading quickly, car clubs for SOCAL, Northern California, Arizona and even the Governor know about the event. Therefore on behalf of The San Diego Lowrider Gospel Fest collaborative we give you and open invitation to our general meeting and to the Lowrider Gospel Fest. We ask for continual prayer for one another as we embark to complete this exciting festival.
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The Lincoln Town Car is a full-size luxury sedan that was sold by the upscale Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company; it was produced from 1981 to the 2011 model years. Often converted into a stretch limousine, it is the most commonly used limousine and chauffeured car in the United States and Canada.
The Town Car nameplate was first introduced in 1959 Continental Mark IV lineup as a top-of-the-line 4-door sedan; the nameplate became a permanent part of the Continental lineup in 1969, denoting its highest-trim interior package. In 1981, the Town Car became a stand-alone model in the Lincoln product line, superseding the Continental as the flagship for the Lincoln brand as well as for Ford Motor Company.
Featuring a standard V8 engine, body-on-frame design, rear-wheel drive and large exterior and interior dimensions, the Town Car was based on the Ford Panther platform. This gave it powertrain and suspension commonality with the Mercury Grand Marquis and the Ford LTD Crown Victoria (later the Crown Victoria). This design made them durable even in the rough conditions taxi and livery cars are subjected to, and easy and cheap to repair when they did suffer damage. Town Cars are typically operated in commercial service for at least 400,000 miles.
Its large dimensions made it the largest car in production in North America. From 1997 to 2011, the Town Car was the longest car (but not the heaviest) built in the Western Hemisphere, measuring nearly 18 feet (5.49 m) in length for a standard Town Car and 18.5 feet (5.64 m) for an L Edition.
After its discontinuation following the 2011 model year, the Town Car was left without a direct replacement. Although dimensionally a full-size sedan, the Lincoln MKS’s architecture is considerable different as it has a front-wheel drive unibody platform with optional all-wheel drive. The MKS is marketed more as of a successor to the sportier Lincoln LS as well as the 1995–2002 Continental. To fill the gap left by the Town Car, Lincoln has remained in livery markets by developing a limousine variant of the MKT full-size crossover vehicle, which was made available around the second quarter of 2012 and is known as the “MKT Town Car.” Lincoln is also believed to be preparing a true Town Car successor on a rear-wheel drive platform to rival the Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7-series.
Stately Victorian Historic home with carriage house just a block away from Forsyth Park and across from Savannah Law School. Main house is 3210 square feet currently leased as a duplex. Main floor unit has 2 bedrooms, formal living room and dining room separated by pocket doors, 2 baths, laundry room, full kitchen; upstairs has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, room with balcony access, formal living room and dining room separated by pocket doors, laundry room, full kitchen. Each unit boasts soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, fireplace in each bedroom, living room & dining room, grand windows and the feel of true historic downtown Savannah! Carriage house behind main house has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 2 car garage below with separate entrance from Gaston Lane. Truly ideal downtown location – walk to almost everywhere including Forsyth Park, SCAD, grocery stores, restaurants, churches, City Market and River Street. Historic Landmark designation. Fully leased; ideal investment!
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I guess they admire the business model. Soon they’ll be encouraging people to borrow from friends and put off important bills.
Rev. Timothy Flemming preaches Bouncing Back. A sermon about the struggles of persistence and learning how to fall but bounce back. Rev. Timothy Flemming has been the pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia for many years His prolific sermons have graced the hearts of millions over the years and they will continue to do so for many years to come. Thank you for watching and please visit our website www.mcbcatl.com. Become an email subscriber and get discounts on your favorite sermons and songs from Pastor Rev. Timothy Flemming.
April 5, 2015 | Easter Sunday at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts | Dr. David Swanson | Luke 7:11-17 | fpco.org
Pastor will be preaching the Monday Service for our conference. To the ends of the earth.
Interview with Principal Fritz Maynes by Pastor Jim Kennon.
Interview with Principal Fritz Maynes by Pastor Jim Kennon.
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00:07:23 NEW ORLEANS FRENCH MARKET: TUG BOAT RIDING DOWN MISSISSIPPI IN NEW ORLEANS HARBOR. VIEW OF HARBOR. OLD CHURCH, STATUE OF SOLDIER ON HORSE. UNIQUE WROUGHT IRON FENCES &
BALCONIES OF THE FRENCH QUARTER.
00:07:44 PAN TO BUSY STREET AND ALLEYS. BLACKS MINGLE IN STREET, TOURISTS WALK ALONG BOURBON STREET. NEON SIGN ATOP “CAFE DU MONDE” WITH LARGE AWNING IN FRONT.
00:07:58 MONTAGE WAITER CLEANING TABLE, MAN HOSING GROUND
OUTSIDE APARTMENT, BLACK MAN HOSING STORE FRONT. MAN HOSES STREET IN EARLY MORNING. BLACK MAN SWEEPS SIDEWALK. CU PIGEON PECKS AT CRUMBS ALONG STREET CURB.
00:08:10 BLACK WORKER AT PRODUCE MARKET THROWS WATERMELON
TO ANOTHER WHO PILES THEM UP. SACKS OF ORANGES ARE UNLOADED OFF TRUCK. WORKERS WHEEL CRATES OF PRODUCE AT BUSY MARKETPLACE. PRODUCE LINED UP AGAINST WALLS OF PRODUCE MARKET.
00:08:40 VENDORS CHECK BILLS OF LADEN, BARGAIN WITH WHOLESALERS. MAN SITS ON TRUCK BEFORE A HIGH PILE OF GARLIC
00:08:53 MAN SITS, READS NEWSPAPER ON SECOND FLOOR WROUGHT
IRON ENCLOSED VERANDA. OLD WOMAN ON BALCONY, WATERS PLANTS. MAN, WOMAN SIT ON PARK BENCH, READ NEWSPAPERS. OLD WOMAN WALKS DOG, TOWARDS CAMERA.
00:09:12 ELDERLY BLACK MAN PUSHES WAGON CONTAINING CARDBOARD CARTONS, SPITS ON GROUND AS HE PUSHES. MAN JOGS ALONG NARROW SIDEWALK. TEEN-AGE GIRL CARRIES BOOKS ON WAY TO SCHOOL. BOY CROSSING GUARD PLACES BARRIER IN STREET. YOUNG BLACK GIRL WALKS
TOWARD CAMERA SUCKING ON ICE CREAM CONE.
00:09:25 POSTMAN WITH HIS MAIL IN WHEELED CONTAINER GOES DOOR TO DOOR INTO TENEMENT HOUSES. LS PAN OF CHURCH, GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS ROOF TOPS, OF FRENCH QUARTER, BEFORE BUS LOADS OF TOURISTS BEGIN TO POUR IN. SHOTS OF SHIPS IN HARBOR.
Join your neighbors and make some new friends at the 2015 Church St. Celebration with music, dance and culture all day long. Sunday, Aug. 23 in the afternoon. Big lineup of entertainment this year!
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CMS Changes the face of Long Term Care
The Money Follows the Person (MFP) Rebalancing Demonstration is part of a comprehensive, coordinated strategy to assist States, in collaboration with stakeholders, to make widespread changes to their long-term care support systems. This initiative assists States in their efforts to reduce reliance on institutional care while developing community-based long-term care opportunities, enabling the elderly and people with disabilities to fully participate in their communities.
The CMS Office of External Affairs has produced a documentary video program for the Center for Medicaid and State Operations that provides both an historical perspective of long term care and a glimpse at what the future of long term care will look like for all of us in the United States. The program shares insight from participating state MFP officials, advocates and transition coordinators as well as five stories of transition from across the country representative of the various MFP population groups. Transitions of individuals who are elderly, individuals with physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, and individuals with mental illness are depicted.
Eric Church performing Chevy Van at his acoustic show at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville Tennessee on 7 /31 /15
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The Forum was a vocal group organized by Les Baxter whose members were Phil Campos, Riselle Bain and Rene Nole who would later marry Campos.
The group evolved from an earlier folk music group called Les Baxter’s Balladeers. Campos, Bain and Nole split off into The Forum in 1966 as part of the folk rock craze. They had one hit record in 1967 on Mira Records with “The River Is Wide”.
Their debut release was with “The River Is Wide”, released in 1966 on the Penthouse label; that version didn’t make any significant progress. It was later re-mastered and re-edited, and was released a second time in May 1967 on the Mira label. Nothing happened the second time around either. After that, the record then began to make some progress in the UK. This got the attention of a disc jockey in Seattle, Washington, who started playing it and it attracted some attention in the Seattle area. By July 1968, the record was at number 88 on the Billboard charts. It finally got to number 45.
In 1967, they had released an album called ‘The River is Wide’. The group eventually folded, and Campos and his wife formed a duo.
In December 1968, a group billed as Phil Campos & the Forum were in Nevada, appearing at the Carson City Nugget. Around April 1969, Campos and the Forum were appearing at the Theatre Lounge of the Carson City Nugget six nights a week. The Reno Gazette-Journal in their April 26, 1969 issue reported on the group’s performance at the Carson Nugget. Campos’s handling of songs such as “He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands” and “Sailor Man, Where You Gonna Run To?” were noted.
Phil Campos died in 1987.