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Jon Goowcheski (piano) Brooke Strickert (violin) Hope Schaefer Kemps (viola) and Stephen DCamp (cello) perform Beethoven’s Piano Quartet in E flat major during their performance presentation at Celebration of Scholarship. April 25, 2019

Jon Goowcheski (piano) Brooke Strickert (violin) Hope Schaefer Kemps (viola) and Stephen DCamp (cello) perform Beethoven’s Piano Quartet in E flat major during their performance presentation at Celebration of Scholarship. April 25, 2019

Jon Goowcheski (piano) Brooke Strickert (violin) Hope Schaefer Kemps (viola) and Stephen DCamp (cello) perform Beethoven’s Piano Quartet in E flat major during their performance presentation at Celebration of Scholarship. April 25, 2019

Wouldn't you know it? We get no rain all summer 2011 and then a groovy show is planned July 24 in the walled empty lot next to Mincine? Swampland and thunder and lightning flows down. The show moved indoors for a short while and then ended up in front of Mincine? Swampland on the sidewalk of Texas Avenue. I swear I felt the presence of the skinny ghost of Hank Williams when Jonny Corndawg took the stage.

 

jonnycorndawg.bandcamp.com/

 

Some of the other musicians that performed are listed below

  

JOHN CALVIN

-http://johncalvinmusic.ban​dcamp.com/

-videos and drone

 

JIMMY COUSINS

-http://freemusicarchive.or​g/music/Jimmy_Cousins/

-homegrown shadow rock

 

JONNY CORNDAWG

-http://jonnycorndawg.bandc​amp.com/

-everyone's favorite new york city country music singer

   

this event is in the building with no roof next door to minicine?

BYOBBQ

we shall provide fans and citronella candles.

 

see you there.

 

Jonny Fritz is an American artist, musician and singer-songwriter who performs under the moniker Jonny Corndawg.

 

Fritz began touring at the age of seventeen, initially getting his start in music as a roadie for the goth band Bella Morte. Since 2001, Fritz has self-released numerous albums billed as The Corndawg or Jonny Corndawg. In 2006 he released Always Remember Never Again through Philadelphia-based independent record label Punk Rock Payroll. In 2007 he released I'm Not Ready To Be A Daddy through a co-op of four independent labels: Cleft, Natrix Natrix, Ozonokids and Trd/wd.

 

Jonny Corndawg is also a visual artist known for his airbrush t-shirts and leatherwork. He currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

  

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Eleven members of the Stayner Lions Club received their certificates as Honourary Guardians of Camp Huronda at the club's last meeting.

 

Back row from the left: Lions Doug Inkster, Robert Walker, Bob Charlton, Carrie Plater, Claire Weston, Bill Swanton, Jean Jones, John Gascho, Len Menecola, Shawn Davidson & Ed Culham. Seated is our only surviving Charter Member, Lion Fred Stever and his wife Evelyn.

 

Camp Huronda, located in Huntsville, Ontario is one of 12 camps operated by the Canadian Diabetes Association. For additional information, please see the link below:

 

www.dcamps.ca/camp/camp-huronda

preping for her talk!

Visited Nashville for an ONA Mobile dCamp. Took a day to explore downtown.

dcamp: Session 1

The Overlap: Design, Disciplines, Culture

 

dcamp encouraged it's attendees to stop and converse with one another instead of going into session, if they prefer. The theory is that, for people who regularly attend confrences, the most memorble experiences are the random engaging hallway conversations they find themselves in, not the hours of being locked in a room watching a powerpoint presenation filled with stuff you already seem to know.

 

This is a good idea, the emphasis on interaction rather than observation. There was just one problem, though. When that nifty hallway conversation ends, and you continue making your way to the session that seemed to catch your eye, you find that you're now five minutes late and the room is absofreaking packed. You are now forced to stand around outside and gleam what you can by watching the powerpoint through the convenient gigantic glass windows.

The circular open area that we held the Introduction in was a little too small for all of our fellow attendees to fit in. There was a run-off of people almost back to the door.

 

I remember talking breifly to the fellow with the headphones. He works in the mobilespace like me. However, his duties involve actually developing apps (unlike my server maintainence and phone flashing).

 

I also talked a bit with the blurry girl in the front. She said her name was "Lisa" and I was all "I have a sister named Lisa. Yay coincidence!".. Then I saw that it was actually spelled "Lyssa". Drat for that. She was still pretty nifty though, from what I remember.

muthu talked about web2.0 widgets explaining the basics of client side web development.

This is a very nice photo of a very nice girl I talked to briefly at the beginning of dcamp. While she also ended up in the background of a lot of my other dcamp photos, this is the only one I deliberately took of her.

 

The was taken though the magic of my camera's swiveling lens, which allows me to point the camera at someone without them actually realizing there is a camera pointed at them, resulting in nice, natural poses of people just being people. There was no framing here, no setup, no focus, no timing. You see those little bits of blue there? That's my shirt.; the camera was pressed against my chest, just pointed in the general direction of something i thought would make a good portrait.

 

I think I was right.

 

(and ps: the full name in the tag here is the result of me leaving my photos open for tagging by any flickr user, but I'm not sure who wrote that one. Anyway, I fully support tagging names on photos, but if this person here would rather not have her full name placed next to some dude's random photo, then I'll get rid of it)

Joe had very interesting slides which connect Wright brothers to software development.

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