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Archive for January 24, 2010

Spartan wrestlers get high marks at JFK Tournament

Spartan wrestlers get high marks at JFK Tournament

By Denise Schump The Berthoud Spartans took second place in the 25th annual JFK wrestling tournament in Denver on Saturday. Fifteen 4A and 5A teams took part in the competition with Berthoud coming out just 10 points behind their league rival, the Frederick Warriors. Eight Berthoud grapplers placed in the meet with three Spartans, Robbie Workman (130), Corey Ellis (160), and Casey Couch (189), taking home championship medals. Junior Robby Workman started off the day with a quick pin in 47 ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight – January 25, 2010: Moon close

Earthsky Tonight – January 25, 2010: Moon close to Aldebaran, Pleiades

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org We are displaying a larger swath of sky than we usually do on tonight’s chart. That’s because we’re showing you how to star-hop from the three stars of Orion’s Belt to the star Aldebaran and the Pleiades star cluster. Aldebaran and the Pleiades cluster reside within the constellation Taurus the Bull. However, you won’t need Orion’s Belt to locate Taurus the Bull tonight, because the bright waxing ... Full Story

Letter of Thanks: Secret Santa’s for the Elderly

Thank you to all who called this year and adopted elderly individuals through the Secret Santa’s for the Elderly. You continue to share the true spirit of Christmas. Your ongoing visits bring much delight to those you’ve adopted. This year alone over 250 elderly were visited. Thank YOU to all the facilities we work with year after year. You strive everyday to spread compassion and love to those individuals under your care. Since 1996 the Secret Santa’s for the Elderly have focused ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight- January 24: Moon and Pleiades in

Earthsky Tonight- January 24: Moon and Pleiades in south at nightfall

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org The waxing gibbous moon and the Pleiades star cluster are found high in the southern sky at nightfall and early evening. Although the moonlit glare may make it difficult to see this tiny, dipper-shape cluster of starlets tonight, be sure to check out the Pleiades on a dark, moonless night. Starting the first weekend of February, the moon will leave the evening sky for at least a week, staging the Pleiades in ... Full Story

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