1. March 1, 2015 - 10th Global Impact Celebration

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    Learn more about Roswell United Methodist's Global Impact partners and find out how you can help support their missions.

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    • FOG Clogs! Created by Trent Abbey, Imani Miller, and Turner Ivey

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      2nd place video - 2014 Metro Water District High School Video Contest

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      • Amos + Ivey

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        www.bowtievideo.com Music by: Brett Dennen, Laura Hackett, and Public Radio

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        • Death Race 2014

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          Marcus Ivey takes on the Canadian Death Race for a second year in a row. Solo. Completes 125 km with a final time of 20:32:41

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          • walk 17-South High School

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            I walked the neighborhood behind South High School today.

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            • Melissa Ivey - Gypsy (Official Video)

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              Melissa Ivey Gypsy Rocker - "Gypsy" Direction and Edits - Garvin Ha Music by - Melissa Ivey Lighting, Transportation and Make up - Brooke Barto http://www.melissaIvey.com Melissa Ivey is an award-winning Singer/Songwriter and Youth Educator from Denver, CO. Her musical journey began on the Bay Area indie punk scene as front girl for teen band Manic Notion in the late 1990's. Upon her return to Denver, she began playing open mic events with her acoustic guitar and powerful soulful voice; quickly attaining a diverse fan base. The success of her last EP, Lovers and Stars, has gained recognition in Europe, local radio and E! Entertainment's "Celebrity Weddings". Ivey is a featured artist in Comcast's two-time Emmy Award winning show "The Stage - Colorado" and Diego Ramos' Music Scene -The Movie, a documentary on the hottest talents in Denver. She is a creative and dynamic music teacher and aspires to travel the globe entertaining, collaborating and sharing the beauty of music.

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              • If All of Rochester Read the Same Book 2014

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                Writers & Books 2014 If All of Rochester Read the Same Book, Hosted by the Penfield Public Library. Recorded by Penfield TV, March 19, 2014 at 7 PM. After much deliberation of some very fine books indeed, Writers & Books selected the title for the 2014 ”If All of Rochester Read the Same Book…” program: the 2012 novel The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. The novel follows a childless couple homesteading in Alaska in 1920 that one day playfully creates a child out of snow. When a mysterious and secretive little girl appears out of the woods the next day, their lives are changed forever. About Eowyn Ivey - BIO Eowyn (pronounced A-o-win) LeMay Ivey was raised in Alaska and continues to live there with her husband and two daughters. Her mother named her after a character from J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. The Snow Child is Eowyn’s debut novel. Her essays and short fiction have appeared in London’s Observer Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine, Sunday Express Magazine, Woman & Home Magazine, the anthology Cold Flashes, the North Pacific Rim literary journal Cirque, FiveChapters, and Alaska Magazine. Prior to her career as a bookseller at Fireside Books and novelist, Eowyn worked for nearly a decade as an award-winning reporter at the Frontiersman newspaper. Her weekly articles about her outdoor adventures earned her the Best Non-Daily Columnist award from the Alaska Press Club. Eowyn earned her BA in journalism and creative writing through Western Washington University’s honors program and studied creative nonfiction in University of Alaska Anchorage’s graduate program. She is a contributor to the blog 49Writers and a founding member of Alaska’s first statewide writing center. The Snow Child is informed by Eowyn’s life in Alaska. Her husband is a fishery biologist with the state of Alaska. While they both work outside of the home, they are also raising their daughters in the rural, largely subsistence lifestyle in which they were both raised. As a family, they harvest salmon and wild berries, keep a vegetable garden, turkeys and chickens, and they hunt caribou, moose, and bear for meat. Because they don’t have a well and live outside any public water system, they haul water each week for their holding tank and gather rainwater for their animals and garden. Their primary source of home heat is a woodstove, and they harvest and cut their own wood. These activities are important to Eowyn’s day-to-day life as well as the rhythm of her year.

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                • The Vessel of Honor - Part 1, For Such a Time as This

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                  In this message Pastor Wade shares the story of Esther like you have never heard it before! You will discover that where THERE IS NO HONOR, THERE IS NO POWER! Find the LIFE and PURPOSE that God has intended for you. Click now to get started!

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                  • Ivey Alumni Leadership Award 2013 | Mac Van Wielingen 'Influencer'

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                    Every year the Calgary Ivey Alumni Association chooses one alumni from the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, who has made a significant contribution to the Calgary business community to honor with this recognition on Global Ivey Day. And we are once again proud to have been part of this project. The recipient for 2013 is Mac Van Wielingen, a founder of ARC Financial, a private equity investment company. And a founder of ARC Resources Ltd., one of Canada's largest conventional oil and gas companies. Mac has also been a passionate advocate for ethics in business and leadership, organizational culture and communication, through writing and public speaking on related themes. Mac is also the founder and Chair of CCAL, the Canadian Centre for Advanced Leadership at the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary. It's mission is to supoort the introduction of advanced understandings of business leadership into business education, focusing on performance and ethics. Produced by: Scorched Ice Digital Shot on the Canon C100 | Graded in SpeedGrade using SpeedLooks.

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                    • The Eco-Green Concept from the uBloom Trend Synthesis!

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                      Join J as he describes the elements, products and color palette of the Eco-Green Concept from the uBloom Trend Synthesis. J creates an ECO-Green Inspired Moss Purse filled with Super Green Roses and Red Huckleberry… and show how to create a Burlap Ribbon Rose!

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