1. 400EX Cold Ride - New Years Eve 2014 / 2015

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    from Richard Clarens / Added

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    Afternoon on the last day of 2014, riding snow patched trails of Cleghorn with my daughter on the 400EX... Good times!

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    • Jeep Fun at Cleghorn Mountain 11/15/2014

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      from Chris Lee / Added

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      Testing out the GoPro on the trails.

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      • Hobie Smith Family Camp

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        from Hobie Smith / Added

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        We took the land cruiser out for its madien off road voyage. we ran a super easy trail called cleghorn. then we ventured way way back into the mountains near bauldy to find a primitive campground names pauite. luckily the batter started up in the morning and we met friends and took dirt roads up to big bear to eat pizza. along the way we stopped and lets the kids hunt some eggs.

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        • off road

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          from Adrian Galarza / Added

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          off roading at Cleghorn trail. with my 2005 toyota tacoma trd pre runner and gopro 3 sliver and black.

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          • Cleghorn Ranch Whitetail Bucks

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            from Monty Williams / Added

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            Cleghorn Ranch is conveniently located just 45 minutes east of Austin and less than 2 hours northwest of Houston and northeast of San Antonio. We offer fun, successful texas whitetail hunts and exotic hunts. Approximately 600 acres are game fenced with trophy axis deer, fallow deer, blackbuck, red deer, impala and trophy whitetail. Meat hunts are available. There are an additional 300 acres for hunting outside the high fence. There are two creeks running through the property and 4 ponds. There is a 5 acre lake stocked with largemouth bass and a 2 acre lake stocked with catfish, one of which is a 26 pounder. We would be happy to grill or fry the fish you catch for a fresh fish dinner! If you or your spouse enjoys equestrian activities, trailer your horse up and stable him in our 6 stall barn, with run-ins. If you choose to spend the night to take advantage of an evening hunt and early morning hunt, we have a lovely cedar cabin available. Although the “outhouse” is not attached, you will find yourself taking a shower in one of the prettiest bathrooms in Bastrop County!

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            • “Looking Back” a discussion of LA’s Neighborhood Council system and its history. Part1/2

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              from Michael N. Cohen / Added

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              Fifty-five Neighborhood Councils reached their 10th anniversaries in 2012 and over the next several months, another twenty-two councils will join them in celebrating a decade of empowerment and civic leadership. A decade is a long time in activist years and the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners is embarking on a journey that starts with a look back at the process that resulted in the formation of the Neighborhood Council system, asking the tough questions such as “What would we have done differently?” and “What was the original intent?” On Saturday, January 26, Commissioners Epperhart and Shaffer are hosting a Town Hall meeting that features some empowerment pioneers, folks who were there at the beginning, in a conversation about the circumstances and events that resulted in Charter Reform and the Neighborhood Council system. “Looking Back” is a discussion of LA’s Neighborhood Council system and its history. It is open to anyone with an interest in civic engagement, community empowerment, and the Neighborhood Council system. Most importantly, it is the first step of the Commission’s journey to review and reform the Plan for Neighborhoods, engaging community members from around the city in three working groups that will take a look at a wide variety of issues. The session, to be held in the Ron Deaton Auditorium at the Los Angeles Police Department Administration Building (across the street, south of City Hall), will commence at 9:30 am with a “meet-and-greet”. At 10:00, there will be introductory remarks and recognition of the working group members, followed by the panel discussion. The event is scheduled to end by 12:00 noon. The panel members are Raphael Sonenshein, executive director of the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at CSU Los Angeles, who served as executive director of the city’s appointed charter commission and the Neighborhood Council Review Commission; Greg Nelson, who was instrumental in the Neighborhood Council movement first working for Councilmember Joel Wachs and then as general manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment; and Jerry Gaines, who was an early supporter of Neighborhood Councils as a member of the appointed charter commission and later served as an area planning commissioner and, most recently, on the city’s redistricting commission. The Neighborhood Council Plan Review and Reform Initiative is a grassroots, Neighborhood Council-driven review of the rules and regulations that govern the Neighborhood Council system. “The purpose of the Review and Reform Initiative is to consider the current state of affairs” said Commissioner Epperhart, “and to recommend to the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners and City Council amendments necessary to facilitate the work of Neighborhood Councils, recognizing Neighborhood Councils’ independent status and strengthening their ability to perform their key missions of increasing stakeholder participation and influencing the municipal decision making process.”

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              • “Looking Back” A discussion of LA’s Neighborhood Council system and its history. A few pithy suggestions.

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                from Michael N. Cohen / Added

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                Fifty-five Neighborhood Councils reached their 10th anniversaries in 2012 and over the next several months, another twenty-two councils will join them in celebrating a decade of empowerment and civic leadership. A decade is a long time in activist years and the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners is embarking on a journey that starts with a look back at the process that resulted in the formation of the Neighborhood Council system, asking the tough questions such as “What would we have done differently?” and “What was the original intent?” On Saturday, January 26, Commissioners Epperhart and Shaffer are hosting a Town Hall meeting that features some empowerment pioneers, folks who were there at the beginning, in a conversation about the circumstances and events that resulted in Charter Reform and the Neighborhood Council system. “Looking Back” is a discussion of LA’s Neighborhood Council system and its history. It is open to anyone with an interest in civic engagement, community empowerment, and the Neighborhood Council system. Most importantly, it is the first step of the Commission’s journey to review and reform the Plan for Neighborhoods, engaging community members from around the city in three working groups that will take a look at a wide variety of issues. The session, to be held in the Ron Deaton Auditorium at the Los Angeles Police Department Administration Building (across the street, south of City Hall), will commence at 9 30 am with a “meet-and-greet”. At 10 AM, there will be introductory remarks and recognition of the working group members, followed by the panel discussion. The event is scheduled to end by 12 noon. The panel members are Raphael Sonenshein, executive director of the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at CSU Los Angeles, who served as executive director of the city’s appointed charter commission and the Neighborhood Council Review Commission; Greg Nelson, who was instrumental in the Neighborhood Council movement first working for Councilmember Joel Wachs and then as general manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment; and Jerry Gaines, who was an early supporter of Neighborhood Councils as a member of the appointed charter commission and later served as an area planning commissioner and, most recently, on the city’s redistricting commission. The Neighborhood Council Plan Review and Reform Initiative is a grassroots, Neighborhood Council-driven review of the rules and regulations that govern the Neighborhood Council system. “The purpose of the Review and Reform Initiative is to consider the current state of affairs” said Commissioner Epperhart, “and to recommend to the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners and City Council amendments necessary to facilitate the work of Neighborhood Councils, recognizing Neighborhood Councils’ independent status and strengthening their ability to perform their key missions of increasing stakeholder participation and influencing the municipal decision making process.”

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                • “Looking Back” a discussion of LA’s Neighborhood Council system and its history. Part 2/2

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                  from Michael N. Cohen / Added

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                  Fifty-five Neighborhood Councils reached their 10th anniversaries in 2012 and over the next several months, another twenty-two councils will join them in celebrating a decade of empowerment and civic leadership. A decade is a long time in activist years and the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners is embarking on a journey that starts with a look back at the process that resulted in the formation of the Neighborhood Council system, asking the tough questions such as “What would we have done differently?” and “What was the original intent?” On Saturday, January 26, Commissioners Epperhart and Shaffer are hosting a Town Hall meeting that features some empowerment pioneers, folks who were there at the beginning, in a conversation about the circumstances and events that resulted in Charter Reform and the Neighborhood Council system. “Looking Back” is a discussion of LA’s Neighborhood Council system and its history. It is open to anyone with an interest in civic engagement, community empowerment, and the Neighborhood Council system. Most importantly, it is the first step of the Commission’s journey to review and reform the Plan for Neighborhoods, engaging community members from around the city in three working groups that will take a look at a wide variety of issues. The session, to be held in the Ron Deaton Auditorium at the Los Angeles Police Department Administration Building (across the street, south of City Hall), will commence at 9 30 am with a “meet-and-greet”. At 10 AM, there will be introductory remarks and recognition of the working group members, followed by the panel discussion. The event is scheduled to end by 12 noon. The panel members are Raphael Sonenshein, executive director of the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at CSU Los Angeles, who served as executive director of the city’s appointed charter commission and the Neighborhood Council Review Commission; Greg Nelson, who was instrumental in the Neighborhood Council movement first working for Councilmember Joel Wachs and then as general manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment; and Jerry Gaines, who was an early supporter of Neighborhood Councils as a member of the appointed charter commission and later served as an area planning commissioner and, most recently, on the city’s redistricting commission. The Neighborhood Council Plan Review and Reform Initiative is a grassroots, Neighborhood Council-driven review of the rules and regulations that govern the Neighborhood Council system. “The purpose of the Review and Reform Initiative is to consider the current state of affairs” said Commissioner Epperhart, “and to recommend to the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners and City Council amendments necessary to facilitate the work of Neighborhood Councils, recognizing Neighborhood Councils’ independent status and strengthening their ability to perform their key missions of increasing stakeholder participation and influencing the municipal decision making process.”

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                  • The Dream Team Day Two

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                    from PhotoTraining4U / Added

                    This is the second of a series of films on PT4U.tv where you will get a taste of what was an unforgettable week for four members of PhotoTraining4U. The Search for the Dream team started back in the Summer of 2011 where two winners Suzie and Trevor got to bring a friend each down to the PT4U head quarters for a whole week of living, breathing, eating and sleeping photography. Every day brought some thing different to the table, pushing the four to the limits. Shooting from dawn till dusk the dream week was full of techniques, styles and locations. Each day brought new situations and challenges whether it was shooting ballerinas in a church to castles at sun rise. PT4U's goal was to make this week be a time that The Dream Team would never forget. The Dream Week experience is based on Mark Cleghorn's Photographer Academy Course. A 3 or 5 day shooting experience that will take you way beyond the basics pushing your techniques and skills to the limit. If you would like to be in with a chance of a place on the Dream Team 2012 check out www.PT4U.tv

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                    • The Dream Team Day One

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                      This is the first series of films on www.PT4U.tv where you will get a taste of what was an unforgettable week for four members of PhotoTraining4U. The Search for the Dream team started back in the Summer of 2011 where two winners Suzie and Trevor got to bring a friend each down to the PT4U head quarters for a whole week of living, breathing, eating and sleeping photography. Every day brought some thing different to the table, pushing the four to the limits. Shooting from dawn till dusk the dream week was full of techniques, styles and locations. Each day brought new situations and challenges whether it was shooting ballerinas in a church to castles at sun rise. PT4U's goal was to make this week be a time that The Dream Team would never forget. The Dream Week experience is based on Mark Cleghorn's Photographer Academy Course. A 3 or 5 day shooting experience that will take you way beyond the basics pushing your techniques and skills to the limit. If you would like to be in with a chance of a place on the Dream Team 2012 check out www.PT4U.tv

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