Take a visual tour of the PSL Civic Center



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The Port St. Lucie Civic Center is an award-winning, multi-purpose facility located on the Treasure Coast in south Florida. The beautifully-appointed 13,464 square-foot Emerald Ballroom has been the site of wedding receptions, high school graduations and proms, large holiday parties, home expos, bridal shows, and film festivals.

The 6,000 square-foot Ruby Conference Hall has hosted business meetings, seminars, corporate trainings, awards banquet luncheons, and church services. For more information, visit or call (772) 807-4488

Elkhorn – A Montana Ghost Town – near Boulder, Montana, MT



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Stomp around with us in Elkhorn in the southwestern part of our state of Montana. Silver was initially discovered in the Elkhorn Mountains and over $14 million in silver was carried from the mines in the area. In 1890, the Sherman Silver Purchase Act passed, creating a high demand for Elkhorn’s silver.

During this peak period, Elkhorn boasted 2,500 inhabitants, a school, hotel, church, stores, saloons, and brothels. Unlike most mining towns, Elkhorn was populated mostly by married European immigrants. In 1893 the Fraternity Hall was constructed for social gatherings, and still remains as one of the most well-preserved buildings in modern Elkhorn.

In the years following, the silver boom and Elkhorn’s prosperity began to lessen as the desire for silver decreased. A diphtheria epidemic also struck Elkhorn, resulting in many deaths, particularly of children. Soon after, railroad service to Elkhorn was halted and only a fraction of the original inhabitants remained.

This sequence was shot in the summer of 2001.

An updated HD video captured in 2015 is here:

Music: Amazing Plan — Distressed ISRC: US-UAN-11-00738 by Kevin MacLeod, (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0”

City of Wichita – Wichita Fire Department’s Response to the St Joseph church in Andale



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Wichita Fire Chief Tammy Snow responds to concerns about the department’s response to a church fire in Andale.

Church in Tampa FL – 500 Seat Sanctuary, Meeting Hall, and Education Building $795,000



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Church in Tampa FL – 500 Seat Sanctuary, Meeting Hall, and Education Building $795,000

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Listing ID T2784612 Status Active Acres 0.160 Year Built 1976 LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. Buy this beautiful property that has everything that you need. In the heart of Tampa close to everything. Plenty of parking space with additional lot on the back of the building with access from the 3 different blocks. COME AND GET IT BEFORE IS TOO LATE. EASY SHOWING. Two Multi-Use buildings (6,000 and 8,000 sq ft mol) on large 189×114 lot with 2 extra parking lots (60×115 and 60×105 on corner across the street).One building is Currently used as 500 seat Sanctuary and the other as a 2 story function/meeting Hall with Kitchen and education building. Can be gymnasium or school or offices etc. Ideally located near all the new development near the intersection at E.Columbus and Nebraska aves. A minute to the Ybor strip./Downtown or the Crosstown xpswy.

Sitka Alaska Cruise Port & Shuttle Ride, Visitor Center (Harrigan Centennial Hall) & Crescent Harbor



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See what the Sitka Cruise Port & Terminal looks like. From the dock, you would walk about 6 or 7 minutes into the cruise terminal building, where there are vendors and facilities, including free Wi-fi, inside. They sell things ranging from Salmon Jerkey to even Reindeer Hides. Directly outside is where you would take a free shuttle (ours was provided by Holland America) that will take you to downtown Sitka visitor center (Harrigan Centennial Hall). That is about a 20 minute ride.

The Harrigan Centennial Hall is where you can book excursions and tours, plus a staging area for trips booked directly with the cruise line. Right next to the visitors center is the Crescent Harbor marina, where there are some very nice views of the ocean & tree-lined islands. We even saw a bald eagle in flight!

You can see our Sitka Alaska tours & excursions playlist for videos of the other places we visited while in town:

Tip: It rains in Sitka very often, so it may be wise to pack an umbrella with you.

This was from our 14 Day Alaska Cruise in June of 2017 aboard the Holland America Amsterdam.

Wichita – Hispanic Church Plant



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Introducing Pastor Reynaldo “Rey” Morales and his wife Sylvia, who will be planting a Hispanic congregation of the Wesleyan Church in Wichita, Kansas next Spring (January 2010).

This version focuses on the work in Wichita and is not specific to a specific congregation (the other two videos are designed for Hall Wesleyan in Delphos and Argonia Wesleyan).

World’s Largest Hockey Stick – Eveleth, MN



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– Eveleth was Minnesota’s first hockey powerhouse, so it’s fitting that the world’s largest stick stands at its city center. Eveleth is also home to the U.S. Hockey Hall of fame.

Booking Tradition Town Hall at Christ Family Church in Port St Lucie



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Booking Tradition Town Hall at Christ Family Church in Port St Lucie. A CFC Tradition Website Video for booking and renting Tradition Town Hall .

From corporate events to seminars, weddings to family reunions, holiday parties to concerts, booking Tradition Town Hall will not disappoint. We also host festivals, birthdays, sweet 16, Quinceaneras, anniversaries as well as political events.

Right off of Interstate 95 in Port St Lucie and located in Tradition, it serves as a great centralized location for an event drawing from as north as Orlando and South as Miami.

We have numerous options to layout Tradition Town Hall to organize the blueprint and the foot print of the event you or your event planner are creating.

Booking Tradition Town Hall for both public and private events gives you a venue with old world style that mixes with a modern community of top notch professionals and services to make any event shine.

Tradition Town Hall is also available for business meetings and networking events. Connect with Chris Robertson to organize the best plan for your event. Christ Family Church at Tradition Town Hall has a large network of vendors, professionals and services that can be added to create the event you always wanted to have.

More Information and Media Contact for booking Tradition Town Hall:
Chris Robertson
Events Coordinator, Operations & Development
Christ Family Church at Tradition
[email protected]
ph: 772-466-2000

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Booking Tradition Town Hall at Christ Family Church in Port St Lucie.

St. James’ Episcopal Church, Fremont CA: Visioning Process Town Hall Meeting, June 14 2015



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St. James’ is embarking on a strategic planning conversation to answer the questions: “Who are we? What has God called us to do? Who is our neighbor?” Here you can watch a video of the Town Hall Meeting held on June 14th. Hosted by Lori Walton and led by Mike Scrutton, it discusses further why this is an important project and how we see the process unfolding. Look out for more information in the coming months.

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St. James’ Episcopal Church * 37051 Cabrillo Terrace, Fremont, CA 94536

HOLY TRINITY and NEW McPHETRES HALL: Remember-Rebuild-Renew



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A video showing the history of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Juneau, Alaska; the fire that destroyed it in March 2006; and the rebuilding process. Holy Trinity Church, originally built in 1896, was registered as a National Historic Landmark. McPhetres Hall was added in 1956 and was a landmark gathering place for the Juneau community. A fire destroyed both facilities on March 12, 2006.

Holy Trinity is an Episcopal Church and respects every person’s intellectual reason, the wisdom of scripture, and the traditions of the church. Our worship and our outreach to the community help fulfill our mission to the world. For over a century, the sanctuary and McPhetres Hall were open to local community and arts groups of all types. As a result, our spaces were continually filled with myriad activities, including performances, meetings, and worship of many types.

We have a unique opportunity to build a new home and open our spaces for all the ways they can be used to uplift the spirit and serve others. Starting in 2009, we will begin welcoming our congregation and the community back into our new home as spaces are completed. As we work toward completing the rebuilding of our worship and community spaces, we are reaching out to our congregation, Episcopalians inside and outside of Alaska, the Juneau community, and art patrons everywhere to join us in making our vision a reality.

Video produced by Damon Stuebner and Rebecca Tyson Smith
Copyright 2009 Holy Trinity Episcopal Church; Juneau, Alaska

Save St. Pat’s West Park Church in Cleveland Town Hall and Prayer Service



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Video of Saint Patrick’s Church in the West Park neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, who are fervently fighting the decision to close the parish by Bishop Richard Lennon. In the video, Patricia Schulte-Singleton explains why she feels the church should remain open and explains why they feel they will win the appeal to Rome which is in the process of being filed. Patricia is leading the charge of of Parishioners who are fighting for the survival of one of the oldest Catholic churches in the dioceses at 161 years old.

The video was shot on Thursday July 16th, 2009. The Save Saint Pats group has raised a substantial amount of money from their supporters and will hold meetings every Thursday to update the status of the appeal.

For further information please look for stories on The Cleveland Leader website along with Save Saint Pats groups on Facebook.

Prayer service and town hall meeting.