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Thursday Early Blend
Thursday August 6th, 2015 with Tony Copple
MoveIn, and Keep on keeping on

Two remarkable women - both extremely alive!
Sheila Brown is a lady of many accomplishments, many of which have been achieved despite significant injuries which could well have killed her, and fibromyalgia. Yet she is very much alive and active. One of her successes is to have grown-up children who have made their mark in the world. She's a 'Don't ever give up' person and we can all learn from her.
Oxygene Part IV
Jean Michele Jarre - Oxygene - Disques Motors
Rose-Ingrid Gracia, Ottawa and Montreal coordinator for Movein will describe the remarkable growth of this Canadian non-profit whose members move into the poorest neighbourhoods in cities in Canada and other countries, being true neighbours to those who are living there because of their very poor economic circumstances. These good neighbours dedicate their time and presence in areas where gangs, guns and unemployment are rife, and because of them, some people are alive who otherwise could well be dead.
Sliding down
The Creaking Tree String Quartet - The Creaking Tree String Quartet Canadian
While my guitar gently weeps
Kim Buchanan - Illusions - N.Y.M.F.
Relevant web links:
Meet Nigel Paul, founder of MoveIn:

Sheila Brown's 'Computer Tamers' site:
aka 'Woman to woman' site:
Interactive CKCU
Suzette Schmiedel (host)
EVENT CALENDAR This Saturday, August 15th is the 5th Crystal Heart Family Connection A celebration in nature, with drumming, singing and ceremonies to honour the Earth and ourselves as One! It’s all day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. located at 3942 Rideau Valley Drive (at Prince of Wales where Jockvale ends) For Families and All Ages! For more information or to reserve a space contact: or 613-721-0039 FREE outdoor Moonlight Cinema, at the Wakefield La Pêche Community Centre. Will be featuring the film Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson, this Friday August 14 at 8:30 pm on the front lawn. Don’t forget your chairs, blankets and pillows. Bar will be open. Popcorn too! For details visit or just show up! Friday August 21st will feature the film Raiders of the lost Ark Tonight at 7 pm – at the Ottawa Citizen building Come to a free screening of DamNation, a documentary that tells the story of grassroots people working to free the dammed rivers of the U.S. The film takes you from coast to coast in the lower 48, where dams, large and small, are being decommissioned and rivers are flowing free again. This movie will inspire you and allow you to see why it is so important to take part in Freeing the Falls' at Chaudière. You may view the latest post at:

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