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slot casino near bakersfield ca The speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 7th March was Rtn. Roger Siddle, one of their own members, who is responsible for designing and maintaining the club’s website.

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casino pelicula online audio latino Tim KeeganThe speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 29th February was one of their own members, Past President Tim Keegan, who gave his ‘Retro Job Talk’ in which he outlined his working career since leaving school.

best casino slots bingo & poker Since graduating from Durham University he initially worked for a short time in a number of companies before finally settling for a job with K Shoes. Once there he had a number of managerial positions ranging from computer systems, data processing, organising sales conferences  and customer services.

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Music Links

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free casino slot games bonuses They talked about its aims of working with young people, with particular emphasis on disabled and special needs groups, and providing workshops and initiatives to encourage them to actively partake in music. Over the years there has been many community projects, which started with a specifically modified music bus which toured around the south of Cumbria giving local bands a chance to perform in public.

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