Maine Video Production with Sound & Motion presents Maine High School Class A Soccer Highlights 1

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Sound & Motion Productions was on hand Oct 24th in Kennebunk as the Kennebunk High School Boys Soccer team advanced over visiting Deering High School. Griffin Drigotas scored the only regulation goal for Kennebunk, with the victory coming via penalty kicks after 2 scoreless overtime periods. Kennebunk will face Gorham High School on Oct 27th in Gorham, Maine. Let Sound & Motion produce your next video project for you! or 207-283-9191!

Connect 4 | Class 2: Know

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This week Pastor Dennis continues our Connect 4 Series, a 7-week series that will take the entire Church through our membership steps. This series will help you keep connected with your Church family, get you plugged into Serving and Community Groups. For Class 2 we pick-up where we left off last week and continue with Know. You can follow along with each message using the MPCC App!

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#IUIC | Murmurers & Complainers in Jude | #Prophetic Class

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Presented by the U.S. Air Force, Class of ’59 is a short film that details the life and training a cadet receives at the then-new Air Force Academy at Lowry Air Force Base. The film opens with a shot of the entrance to the Air Force Academy; new cadets arrive at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver (Aurora), CO (00:39). An Air Training Officer (ATO) teaches cadets how to march and salute. Cadets participate in close order drilling (01:21). An Air Force officer addresses the new cadets at the swearing-in ceremony (01:45); bombers and fighter jets fly over the event (02:19). A cadet cleans his shoes in his room (02:58). Cadets rush to their seats in the dining hall (03:23); first-year cadets are required to sit at attention while eating their meals. Several cadets prepare to board a T-29 Flying Classroom (04:43), a plane designed for training navigators, bombardiers, and radar operators. A cadet boards a T-33 Shooting Star jet trainer aircraft (05:09). Cadets participate in daily calisthenics and an obstacle course (05:36). They march in rugged terrain (06:08) then watch several demonstrations: medics are parachuted in for a mock medical evacuation and the wounded is evacuated with a Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw helicopter; fighter jets fire rockets and drop napalm on an open field (07:12). Men gather in Arnold Hall, the Academy’s social club house (07:31) to sing and socialize. Cadets sing during a church service (08:04). Cadets take their academic books and assemble outside of their barracks (08:41); they sit in a classroom and listen to their instructor. At 10:17 a gigantic slide rule is used to train them in mathematics. Cadets on the football team review plays (10:35). Later, the cadets are bused to the future site of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs (11:04). Cadets play volleyball, swim, play tennis, and play intramural football. Cadets march in a parade (12:22) for special guest President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower talks with cadets following a church service. The film ends by showing viewers how to get more information for applying to the Air Force Academy.

Lowry Air Force Base (Lowry Field 1938-1948) is a former United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) training base during World War II and a United States Air Force (USAF) training base during the Cold War, serving as the initial 1955-1958 site of the U.S. Air Force Academy. The Class of 1959 established many other important traditions that continue until the present. The first class adopted the Cadet Honor Code, and chose the falcon as the Academy’s mascot. On 29 August 1958, the wing of 1,145 cadets moved to the present site near Colorado Springs, and less than a year later the Academy received accreditation. The first USAFA class graduated and was commissioned on 3 June 1959.[

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Baby Dedication Class CCPR

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This is a video class intended for parents that are prayerfully considering to dedicate their children at Calvary Chapel of PR.

In this class we discuss a PATTERN, a PROMISE, and a PRINCIPLE regarding Baby Dedications in Scripture.

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Jesus Can Work It Out – The Jackson Southernaires,”A Touch Of Class”

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Throughout the United States, The Jackson Southernaires have become one of America’s most outstanding gospel sensations. Frank Crisler formed the group in Jackson, Mississippi in 1940. Early on, the group followed in the footsteps of the famous Mississippi Blind Boys, but before long, they began to walk in their own distinct style, which is still evident today. They were the first gospel group in the state to use the guitar, bass, drum, and keyboard in their stage performance.

In 1963, the group signed their first recording contract with Duke/Peacock Records. Their first release Too Late became one of the company’s biggest albums. From 1972-75 the group was signed to the ABC/Dunhill label. In 1975, Malaco Records, an independent blues and R & B company, decided to build a gospel label. The rock that they decided to build upon was the Jackson Southernaires. This decision would prove to be pivotal for both parties. Since signing with Malaco, The Jackson Southernaires have gone on to record twenty top ten albums, of which four have become number one.

The Southernaires are not only performers, but producers as well. They have produced albums by the Sensational Nightingales, J. J. Farley, and the Original Soul Stirrers, The Williams Family, The Truthettes, The D. R. Curry Memorial Choir, The Eveready’s, The Angelic Gospel Singers, and The Fantastic Violinaires.

In 1979, the Southernaires received a Grammy nomination for Teddy Bear. In 1985 and 1986, they received a nomination from the Stellar Awards and The Gospel Music Workshop of America as the Traditional Male Group of the Year. In 1987, they received a nomination from the NAACP Image Award as the Traditional Male Group of the Year. For the years 1987, 1988, & 1989, they won awards from the GMWA for the Traditional Male Group of the Year. In 1989, they were nominated for and won a Stellar Award for the Traditional Male Group.

The Jackson Southernaires are more than just a gospel singing group, more than just gospel producers, and more than just standard bearers, they are above all else, a gospel ministry. They stand tall in what they believe in…God and Gospel Music.