1. Camp is . . .


    from covenant point bible camp Added 655 0 0

    Harbor Point Ministries is the organization that oversees both Covenant Point www.cpbc.com and Covenant Harbor www.covenantharbor.org The camps operate as "Two camps with one mission" that is to serve Illinois, Wisconsin and the U.P in all areas of summer camps, outdoor ed, high ropes and retreat options. Music by Ben Rector "Song for the Suburb"

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    • Crazy Kid


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      Early in March 2012 it's been getting nice out. Addie and I have been able to get outside and have some fun.

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      • Alicia & Kiel Recap


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        JD Entertainment - DJ Video Photography Michigan Weddings

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        • Real Good Food - The Sharing Economy Made Tasty


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          This video was shot over one day in Ann Arbor with Devin McIntire founder of Real Good Food. The video attempts to explain the concept of the organization and share a few of it's success stories.

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          • LTTM: Patchwork - "The River" - Live @ Lemonjellos


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            Listen to the Mitten! Presents: Patchwork "The River" Live @ Lemonjellos, Holland MI - 01/04/2012 Song C Patchwork (Grand Rapids MI) http://www.facebook.com/patchworkgr Video C 2012 Listen to the Mitten http://www.facebook.com/Listentothemitten

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            • BCSD XII 2.0


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              I was not really planning on making an edit but after going through my clips and photos from BCSD XII, this is what came of it. Most of it is 60p slow-mo. Skaters in order of appearance: Brian Aragon Joe Hawkey Jaren Grob Dominick Wagner Chris Haffey Erik Bailey Brett Urbas Alex Broskow Track: "1200" by DJ Krush Feat. Hideo from the album "Kakusei" Shot x Chopped: Noah Zipser More info about the Bitter Cold Showdown Pro/Am and Tradeshow can be found here: www.Bittercoldshowdown.com For all of your Detroit blading needs, head to: facebook.com/BladeShop

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              • Options to Control Medicaid Funding and Cost Growth


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                This webinar discusses highlights of the new CRC paper on Medicaid funding. It reports on revenue and expenditure trends and provides policymakers with both revenue and expenditure side options to sustain Medicaid in the face of its many challenges.

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                • Montoyan - Young Touch


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                  Music Video of the Math-Rock, Noise-Rock instrumental band from Pinckney, MI for the demo version of their song "Young Touch".

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                  • Neil Denari, Principal, NMDA; Professor, UCLA/AUD


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                    Neil Denari was born in Fort Worth, Texas and studied at the University of Houston (B.Arch. 1980) and Harvard University (M.Arch. 1982). After graduate school, Denari worked as a technical intern in Paris (La Courneuve) for Aerospatiale Helicoptres (now Airbus). In 1983, Denari moved to New York where his work explored the technical and formal impact of technology on architecture. While there, he worked as a senior designer at James Stewart Polshek and Partners, exhibited his speculative work at numerous museums and galleries, and in1986, at 29, was the youngest member of 40 Architects under age 40. Also in 1986, the Cooper Hewitt Museum purchased a drawing by Neil Denari, the first of seven major museums to have his work in their collection. The others include the Museum of Modern Art New York, MOMA San Francisco, the Denver Art Museum, the Heinz-Carnegie Collection in Pittsburgh, the FRAC Center in Orleans, France, and the Museum of Modern Art in Sydney, Australia. Denari shifted his practice to Los Angeles in 1988 which later became Neil M. Denari Architects (NMDA), Inc. in 1998. In the late 1980’s Denari’s work began to achieve international recognition, most notably through his 3rd place finish in the Tokyo International Forum Competition. This launched his now 18 year association with Japan, a country where he has taught and lectured on a regular basis. While teaching at the Shibaura Institute of Technology in 1990, Denari lived in Tokyo. His experiences there, like those of Paris, are a constant reference on phenomena as diverse as urban morphology and fashion design. His first project built in Japan (1996), the Interrupted Projections exhibition space, has now been followed by a series of bank projects for the Mitsubishi Trust Financial Group and other experience economy projects. With NMDA, Denari has focused on a diverse range of design endeavors that look at manifold issues pertaining to architectural speculation. He is a tenured Professor in the Architecture and Urban Design Department at UCLA and the author of two books, “Interrupted Projections” and “Gyroscopic Horizons.” In 2002, he was given both the Richard Recchia Award and the Samuel F.B. Morse Medal for architecture from the National Academy of Design in New York. In 2008, Denari received an Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and in 2009, he received a Fellowship from the United States Artists organization. He is a registered architect in New York and California.

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                    • An Anthem of Time (2012)


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                      www.egvoproductions.com/1/post/2013/03/lookback-an-anthem-of-time-detroit-film-march-2012.html "An Anthem of Time" This HD film documents time in the city of Detroit, Michigan where it was shot on location in February/March 2012. Check out this film posted on CBS Detroit.com : http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2012/03/23/detroit-filmmakers-an-anthem-of-time-showcases-citys-beauty/ Thanks to my father Jerome B. Van Orman for assisting the production of this film. Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/JBVO2 Elliot Van Orman Productions: www.egvoproductions.com Like on Facebook: www.facebook.com/egvoproductions

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