8 Story Dover Hydraulic Elevator – Howard Johnson’s – Williamsburg, VA

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Since my family now lives in Williamsburg (and while visiting for my birthday) I took a little drive around, and saw this huge (and old looking) hotel in the middle of relatively short buildings. I don’t have as much of an itch to film elevators as I once did; and I try to stay out of places that I really don’t belong (such as hotels) but a big, old hotel strikes my fancy. While the elevators weren’t as epic as I thought they would be, they were certainly of interest.
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052 Justice of the Peace with Sharron L. Sauls : Ahwatukee Uncensored with Howard Farran

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Sharron L. Sauls graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse while competing on the Universities Women’s Track and Field Team. Sharron also earned a Masters of Legal Studies from the Sandra Day O’Connor Law School at Arizona State University while raising her two young children and is a certified Mediator with credentials from the Arizona State Attorney General’s Office.

Sharron has over 20 years of Social Service and Government experience ranging from several states such as; Milwaukee Wisconsin, Tarrant County Texas, Arlington Texas, Maricopa County, the City of Chandler Housing and Human Services Commission, and the City of Phoenix. Most recently, she was the Administrative Assistant II for the City of Phoenix Housing Department; where she served as Landlord Liaison, Staff Training Coordinator and Assistant to the Housing Manager.

Sharron was an experienced Landlord and Tenant Counselor for 13 years at the City of Phoenix, where she served as Lead Counselor for over 5 years. Sharron was the go to for media coverage and was personally requested by Media Experts such as Dave Cherry and Joe Ducey. Sharron has also provided guidance to the State Legislature on Senate Bills, the City of Phoenix City Council, and Mayors Office.

In her spare time, she has volunteered for Girl Scouts of America, the Kyrene School Districts Parent Teacher Organization, Phoenix Rescue Mission, City of Phoenix Domestic Violence Committee, Cultural Diversity Committee Chair, City of Chandler Housing and Human Service Commission Board Member and Cornerstone Christian Churches Men and Women Ministries.

Howard Dean | Wikipedia audio article

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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
Howard Dean

00:04:23 1 Early life and education
00:04:33 1.1 East Hampton and New York City childhood
00:06:54 1.2 The Yale years
00:09:10 1.3 Vermont medical practice
00:09:43 1.4 Religion
00:10:22 2 Vermont political career
00:14:32 3 2004 presidential candidacy
00:16:21 3.1 Message and themes
00:18:20 3.2 Fundraising
00:21:58 3.3 Endorsements
00:23:54 3.3.1 Response
00:24:33 3.4 Iowa Caucus setback and the “Dean Scream” media gaffe
00:28:50 3.5 Impact
00:29:54 3.6 Post-campaign and Democracy for America
00:31:21 4 DNC Chairmanship
00:32:51 4.1 Fifty-state strategy
00:36:57 4.2 Fundraising strategies
00:38:32 5 Private career

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– Socrates

Howard Brush Dean III (born November 17, 1948) is an American physician, author and retired politician who served as the 79th Governor of Vermont from 1991 to 2003 and Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) from 2005 to 2009 and works as a political consultant and commentator. Dean was a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2004 presidential election. His implementation of the fifty-state strategy as head of the DNC is credited with the Democratic victories in the 2006 and 2008 elections. Afterward, he became a political commentator and consultant to McKenna Long & Aldridge, a law and lobbying firm.
He was the Lieutenant Governor of Vermont from 1987 to 1991, and a member of the Vermont House of Representatives from 1983 to 1986. In the 2004 election, Dean was the top fundraiser and front runner, prior to the Iowa caucus, for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. Although his presidential campaign was unsuccessful, Dean pioneered Internet-based fundraising and grassroots organizing, which is centered on mass appeal to small donors which is more cost efficient than the more expensive contacting of fewer potential larger donors, and promotes active participatory democracy among the general public. He used these methods when founding Democracy for America, a progressive political action committee, in 2004.
Before entering politics, Dean earned his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1978. Dean was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives as a Democrat in 1982 and was elected lieutenant governor in 1986. Both were part-time positions that enabled him to continue practicing medicine. In 1991, Dean became governor of Vermont when Richard A. Snelling died in office. Dean was subsequently elected to five two-year terms, serving from 1991 to 2003, making him the second longest-serving governor in Vermont history, after Thomas Chittenden (1778–1789 and 1790–1791). Dean served as chairman of the National Governors Association from 1994 to 1995; during his term, Vermont paid off much of its public debt and had a balanced budget 11 times, lowering income taxes twice. Dean also oversaw the expansion of the “Dr. Dynasaur” program, which ensures universal health care for children and pregnant women in the state. He is a noted staunch supporter of universal health care.Dean denounced the 2003 invasion of Iraq and called on Democrats to oppose the Bush administration. Dean showed fundraising ability, and was a pioneer of political fundraising via the Internet; however, he lost the nomination to Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts. Dean formed the organization Democracy for America and later was elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee in February 2005. As chairman of the party, Dean created and employed the 50 State Strategy that attempted to make Democrats competitive in normally conservative states often dismissed in the past as “solid red”. The success of the strategy became apparent after the 2006 midterm elections, where Democrats took back the House and picked up seats in the Senate from normally Republican states such as Missouri and Montana. In the 2008 presidential election, Barack Obama used the 50 state strategy as the backbone of his candidacy.
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Mormon History: LDS (Mormon) Prophet Howard W. Hunter 1/3

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Howard W. Hunter was born on November 14, 1907, in Boise, Idaho. His father was not a member of the Church, and when Howard wanted to be baptized at age eight, his father forbade it. He finally persuaded his father to let him be baptized when he was twelve years old. At fifteen he earned his Eagle Scout, he was only the second scout in Boise to earn this award. Hunter also excelled in music and learned to play the piano, violin, marimba, drums, saxophone, clarinet and trumpet. After high school, a band he had formed was able to play on a cruise ship during a two-month tour of the Orient. When he returned he learned that his father had finally joined the Church.

On June 10, 1931, Howard W. Hunter married Clara Jeffs, a young lady he had been dating for some time. They had three children, one of whom died in childhood. Soon after their marriage, Howard found a job working for the Los Angeles Flood Control District. It was in this job that he became interested in legal matters and decided to study law. He graduated with his law degree in 1939 and was admitted to the bar the same year.

On Hunter’s 46th birthday his parents surprised him by showing up at the Mesa Arizona Temple ready to be sealed to each other and him, along with his sister, who had also made the trip. This was a pleasant surprise for President Hunter—he and the members of the Pasadena California Stake over which he presided had traveled quite a distance in order to attend the temple in Mesa. The Los Angeles California Temple would open three years later in 1956, also during his tenure as stake president.

n 1940, Howard W. Hunter started his own private law practice. A year later, he became bishop of his ward; he served in that position for eight years. Two years after his release from that calling, he was called to be stake president and served in that calling for nine years. During that time he helped in the building of the Los Angeles Temple, and helped start the early-morning seminary program in the area.

In 1959, Howard W. Hunter went to Salt Lake City to attend general conference, and while there he was called to have an interview with President David O. McKay. When he arrived for the interview, President McKay immediately began, “The Lord has spoken. You are called to be one of his special witnesses, and tomorrow you will be sustained as a member of the Council of the Twelve” (Eleanor Knowles, Howard W. Hunter, p.144). Hunter was stunned, but accepted the call and was ordained on October 15, 1959.

From 1964 to 1972, Howard W. Hunter served as the President of the Genealogical Society of Utah and oversaw the first uploads of records to computers. In 1970 he was called to be the Church Historian. In 1989, Elder Hunter was called to be the President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and on May 30, 1994, was sustained as the Prophet and President of the Church. Of his calling President Hunter said, “I have shed many tears and have sought my Father in Heaven in earnest prayer with a desire to be equal to the high and holy calling which is now mine” (LDS Church News, “I Pledge My Life and … Full Measure of My Soul,” June 11, 1994). He encouraged all members to become temple worthy, heralding the huge temple-building program of his successor, Gordon B. Hinckley. Howard W. Hunter served for only nine months until his death on March 3, 1995.

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03222015 MCBC Sunday Worship Service

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Anniversary Service for Dr. Howard. His Pastor Dr. Kenneth Hammond, Pastor of Union Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina honored Dr. Howard with an amazing sermon!

Rev. Stephen W. Howard @ Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA

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“Gospel of the Sea Sick”, Mark 4:35-40

Rev. Stephen W. Howard (killing it) @ Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA.