Balunga Toka Odia Movie || Mana Mo Ma Emiti Eka | HD Video Song | Anubhav Mohanty, Barsha



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Watch video songs from Balunga Toka – an oriya romantic movie directed by Sudhakara Basanta. The movie stars Anubhav Mohanty and Barsha Priyadarshini in lead roles.

Mana Mo Ma Emiti Eka
Singer: Babul Supriyo, Pamela jain
Lyrics: Nirmala Nayak
Music Director: Abhijit Majundar

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Christina’s House Helps Homeless Springfield, MA Women | Connecting Point Web Exclusive



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Located in Springfield, MA, Christina’s House provides transitional housing for women and children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Many of the women helped by Christina’s House have been in abusive relationships, unstable living situations, and feel a sense of hopelessness.
Shannon Mumblo, Executive Director of Christina’s House, explains how the program provides emotional, spiritual, physical support, and educational support to help women get back on their feet and transition from homelessness to permanent, stable living situations. Christina’s House has helped many women over the years, like Ophelia and Petula, who both found hope and are dreaming big thanks to the program.

Springfield, MA – 10 fun things to do



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Visiting or moving, see all there is to do in Springfield, MA.
Welcome to Greater Springfield! With Springfield, the fourth largest city in New England, as its geographic hub, the region offers a booming economy with more affordable pricing and rural feel than its big city neighbors, making it a perfect place to live, work and play. Located at the crossroads of New England with easy access to the north-south Interstate 91 and the east-west Interstate 90, we are situated next to Connecticut River and surrounded by mountains, bluffs, and rolling hills. More than 5,000 businesses call Greater Springfield home and residents take pride in its rich history: the birthplace of basketball with the basketball hall of fame, the invention of the gas-powered motorcycle, the publication of the first Merriam-Webster dictionary and the first commercial radio broadcast. The region, also known as the Knowledge Corridor, is home to nearly 30 world-renowned higher education institutions and more than 150,000 students. It is the economic center of Western Massachusetts with the largest concentration of retail, manufacturing, entertainment, banking, legal, and medical groups. Its cost of living, highly-skilled workforce and affordable real estate are just some of the reasons businesses like German-based Menck Windows choose to make us their U.S. headquarters. Looking for something to do? Look no further! Our $662 million tourism industry offers an abundance of historical sites, museums, sporting attractions and a major convention center. Take a thrill ride on one of the ten roller coasters at Six Flags New England. Wander through the Springfield Museums — five world-class museums located the Springfield Central Cultural District, featuring the largest Impressionist collection, the Museum of Springfield History and the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Park, right here in the birthplace of Theodore Geisel. Or take a stroll down Mulberry Street, made famous in Dr. Seuss’ first children’s book. Try your hand at a slam dunk the Basketball Hall of Fame, an 80,000 square foot shrine to the world’s second most popular sport. Take in some live music at one of the many clubs, pubs and watering holes. Catch an Off-Broadway show at City Stage or Symphony Hall. Or sit back and relax to the smooth sounds of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the largest symphony outside of Boston. Enjoy the Painted Lady mansions listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit Old First Church, a key stop on the African American Freedom Trail. Spend a day at Lupa Zoo and have a picnic in Forest Park, one of the largest urban parks in the country. Or walk, bike, hike or paddle our more than 2400 acres of parkland, tennis courts, walking trails, playgrounds and picnic areas. Or just spend the day shopping at the Eastfield Mall, a 824,000 square foot shopping center, and head to the suburban eclectic boutiques featuring local and international designers, artisan shops and galleries. And when September and October roll around, there’s no better place to be than the Big E, the sixth largest agricultural fair in America. We’ve got a lot to offer, so come see us soon — and stay for a day or stay for forever.

This video was made possible by Shriners Hospitals for Children in Springfield, Mass. Providing pediatric specialty care to children throughout New England and beyond.

Fatal Fire Lowell Street Worcester Ma, With Udizzy1969



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I make these Video’s To Show The True Hard work They Do Trying to save Lives and Homes, Today was a Very sad Day, We lost One of Our Hero’s. Chris Roy’s Last Call, 12/09/2018 4 am We say With sad hearts He Will Never Be forgotten . And Thank All of Our Brave Firefightes, We Love You All. Udizzy1969

Sonata in E-Flat Major: I. Andante serioso ma con moto



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Sonata in E-Flat Major: I. Andante serioso ma con moto · Ann Elise Smoot

Skinner Organ Opus 712 (Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, North Carolina)

℗ 2000 Jav Recordings, Inc.

Released on: 2000-06-01

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Pelland Organ Co, Saint Mary Lawrence MA 2016



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Through the efforts of Fr. John Dello Russo and Organist Mr. Randall Cote, Hook & Hastings opus 1294 is coming back to life.. Originally built for St. James Episcopal Church, New London, CT in 1886, it was moved to St. Mary’s in 1914. It was electrified and enlarged by W. W. Laws in 1937 and has remained unchanged since then. Our current work involved some repairs and the first through tuning the instrument has had in decades. The organ contains over 2,700 pipes and is on its original pitch of A=435.