Saturday, December 27, 2014

Christmas Haiku

ChristmasPoetic Forms : HAIKU (Week 7)

Dale Chihuly
OK Art Museum Artist
Faberge Pearl Show

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Via Heather Ahtone
Native American Ceramics
and Anita Fields come

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Especially when the October wind by Dylan Thomas




Especially when the October wind
With frosty fingers punishes my hair,
Caught by the crabbing sun I walk on fire
And cast a shadow crab upon the land,
By the sea's side, hearing the noise of birds,
Hearing the raven cough in winter sticks,
My busy heart who shudders as she talks
Sheds the syllabic blood and drains her words.

Shut, too, in a tower of words, I mark
On the horizon walking like the trees
The wordy shapes of women, and the rows
Of the star-gestured children in the park.
Some let me make you of the vowelled beeches,
Some of the oaken voices, from the roots
Of many a thorny shire tell you notes,
Some let me make you of the water's speeches.

Behind a pot of ferns the wagging clock
Tells me the hour's word, the neural meaning
Flies on the shafted disk, declaims the morning
And tells the windy weather in the cock.
Some let me make you of the meadow's signs;
The signal grass that tells me all I know
Breaks with the wormy winter through the eye.
Some let me tell you of the raven's sins.

Especially when the October wind
(Some let me make you of autumnal spells,
The spider-tongued, and the loud hill of Wales)
With fists of turnips punishes the land,
Some let me make you of the heartless words.
The heart is drained that, spelling in the scurry
Of chemic blood, warned of the coming fury.
By the sea's side hear the dark-vowelled birds.








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Thursday, November 27, 2014

OMEA and USA Federated State Associations

 

The Alabama Music Educators Association

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The Alaska Music Educators Association

The Arizona Music Educators Association

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The Arkansas Music Educators Association

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The California Music Educators Association

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The Colorado Music Educators Association

The Connecticut Music Educators Association

The Delaware Music Educators Association

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The Washington DC Music Educators Association

The European Music Educators Association

The Florida Music Educators Association

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The Georgia Music Educators Association

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The Hawaii Music Educators Association

The Idaho Music Education Association

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The Illinois Music Education Association

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The Indiana Music Education Association

The Iowa Music Educators Association

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The Kansas Music Educators Association

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The Kentucky Music Educators Association

The Louisiana Music Educators Association

The Maine Music Educators Association

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The Maryland Music Educators Association

The Massachusetts Music Educators Association

The Michigan Music Education Association

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The Minnesota Music Educators Association

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The Mississippi Music Educators Association

  • Association President: Regina Weeks
  • Executive Director: Andrea Coleman
  • State Journal: THE MISSISSIPPI MUSIC EDUCATOR
  • State Editor: (vacant)
  • Annual dues for active, retired, and Collegiate members
  • Annual conference: April 3-5, 2014, Hattiesburg, MS
Follow the Mississippi Music Educators Association on Facebook.

The Missouri Music Educators Association

  • Association President: Gary Brandes 
  • Executive Secretary: Paul Swofford
  • State Journal: THE MISSOURI SCHOOL MUSIC MAGAZINE
  • Co-Editor: Sally Hook
  • Co-Editor: Martin Hook
  • Annual dues for active, retired, and Collegiate members
  • Annual conference: January 22-25, 2014 – Tan Tar A Resort, Osage Beach, MO

The Montana Music Educators Association

The Nebraska Music Educators Association

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The Nevada Music Educators Association

The New Hampshire Music Educators Association

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The New Jersey Music Educators Association

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The New Mexico Music Educators Association

  • Association President: Neil Swapp
  • Executive Director: Don Gerheart
  • State Journal: THE NEW MEXICO MUSICIAN
  • State Editor: Keith Jordan
  • Annual dues for active, retired, and Collegiate members
  • Annual conference: January 8-11, 2014, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

The New York State School Music Association

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The North Carolina Music Educators Association

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The North Dakota Music Educators Association

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The Ohio Music Education Association

The Oklahoma Music Educators Association

The Oregon Music Education Association

The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association

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The Rhode Island Music Education Association

The South Carolina Music Educators Association

The South Dakota Music Educators Association
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The Tennessee Music Education Association

The Texas Music Educators Conference

The Utah Music Educators Association

The Vermont Music Educators Association

The Virginia Music Educators Association

The Washington Music Educators Association
  • Association President: Daniel Wing
  • Executive Director: Bruce Caldwell
  • State Journal: VOICE OF WASHINGTON MUSIC EDUCATORS
  • State Editor: Jo Caldwell
  • Annual dues for active, retired, and Collegiate members
  • Annual conference: February 14–16, 2014, Yakima, WA
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The West Virginia Music Educators Association

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The Wisconsin Music Educators Association

The Wyoming Music Educators Association

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Most of All on Thanksgiving Day

 
Thanksgiving Day brings to mind
the blessings in our lives
that usually go unnoticed:
a home that surrounds us
with comfort and protection;
delicious food, for pleasure
in both eating and sharing;
clothes to snuggle up in,
books and good entertainment
to expand our minds;
and freedom to worship our God.
Most of all we are thankful
for our family and friends,
those treasured people
who make our lives extra special.
You are part of that cherished group.
On Thanksgiving, (and every day)
we appreciate you.
Happy Thanksgiving!
 
 
By Joanna Fuchs
 
 
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Saturday, October 25, 2014

NEO A&M College

 

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College is state-supported, residential, two-year associate degree granting institution established in 1919 and located in Miami, Oklahoma. NEO has a long-standing tradition of athletic excellence and is best described as having a small-college setting with a university experience.
President: 
Dr. Jeff Hale
Address: 
200 I. Street NE, Miami, OK 74354
Phone: 
(918) 542-8441

Location:  Miami                            
Established:  1919
Mascot:  The Golden Norsemen                             
Colors:  Blue and Gold
2013-14 Top-5 Majors: General Studies, Nursing, Business Administration, Agriculture, and Physical Education

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Rushing By Ray A Young Bear



Yellow November
comes swaying,
I feel the hooded man
drawing move on my cousin's
back.
Black pellets drop
to the floor
their ears full with
his lungs is the rush
of his bundkled-up
life.
.
Bits of bread
pie and cake are placed
in a dish.
I heard that in the night
a deer whistled out his name
from a cornfield and gave
him its antlers.
spreading his thoughts
through the dark.
.
Years later,
as i warmed the shadow
inside my jacket over the stove,
my mother found a spring
and she brought the first
taste to everyone in a tin
silver cup, passing it
around,
drinking her words.
.
In some mronings,
as icy as it was,
I washed my face in it
sometimes thinking
of the hooded man and the fox.
the rushing sounds of a river
under our house.






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Reading Is Knowing!

 

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Reading helps,
Reading opens our eyes.

 The school is out,
The concert is on.

 The books are on sale,
The bakery is open.

 We read to know,
and to expect the result.

 Awesome business in town,
Square root of a negative number such as 1 is i.

 Shopping at department store, we walk,
We speak and discuss options to options.

 Reading printed words is good,
Reading others' body language or verbal expression takes wit.



Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Yoga in the Garden (osu web)

 

yoga at the Botanic Gardens
DATE: Thursdays, Sept. 4 - Oct. 30
TIME: 5:45-6:30 PM
LOCATION: Botanic Garden
PRICE: Free
PARKING: North Entrance - 3425 W. Virginia Ave
               South Entrance - 3300 W. 6th
There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation – and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden.  When we practice outside, we invite even greater energy into the body through our contact with the sun, soil and fresh air.
Bring your mat and join Yoga Therapist Carol Bender as we shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit. Each practice will incorporate a short centering practice, gentle yoga stretches and a guided relaxation.
In addition to a yoga mat, participants may want to bring sunscreen, water, and insect repellent and a small hand towel to make practice more enjoyable.
Registration is not required. For more information call 405-744-WELL (9355) or email wellness@okstate.edu.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Jerry Yang or ZhiYuan Yang

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jerry Yang
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Jerry Yang in 2007
Born November 6, 1968 (age 45)
Taipei, Taiwan
Residence Los Altos Hills, California, U.S.[1]
Alma mater Stanford University
Occupation Founder of Yahoo! Inc.; Former [2] Board of Directors, Cisco; Former CEO of Yahoo! Inc.
Salary $1.00[3]
Net worth Increase US $ 1.2 billion (est.) (March 2012)[4]
Spouse(s) Akiko Yamazaki (Japanese)
Jerry Yang (traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: ; pinyin: Yáng Zhìyuǎn; born November 6, 1968) is a Taiwanese-born American internet entrepreneur, the co-founder and former CEO of Yahoo! Inc.[5]

Early life

Yang was born in Taipei, Taiwan on November 6, 1968, and moved to San Jose, California at the age of ten with his mother and younger brother. He claimed that despite his mother being an English teacher, he only knew one English word (shoe) on his arrival. Becoming fluent in the language in three years, he was then placed into an Advanced Placement English class.[6]
Yang graduated from Sierramont Middle School and Piedmont Hills High School in San Jose and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in electrical engineering from Stanford University, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.[7][8]

Career

While Yang studied Electrical Engineering at Stanford, he co-created in February 1994 with David Filo an Internet website called "Jerry and David's Guide to the World Wide Web" consisting of a directory of other websites. It was renamed "Yahoo!" (an exclamation). Yahoo! became very popular, and Yang and Filo realized the business potential and co-founded Yahoo! Inc. in April 1995.[9] They took leaves of absence and postponed their doctoral programs indefinitely.
Yahoo! started off as a web portal with a web directory providing an extensive range of products and services for online activities. It is now one of the leading internet brands and, due to partnerships with telecommunications firms, has the most trafficked network on the internet.[citation needed] In 1999, he was named to the MIT Technology Review TR100 as one of the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35.[10]
As CEO from June 2007 to January 2009, Yang had been criticized by many investors, including Carl Icahn, for not increasing revenues and stock price, while there has been an exodus of executives. Yahoo!'s stock price plummeted after it rejected a takeover from Microsoft, a bid that Yang strongly opposed.[11] On November 17, 2008, The Wall Street Journal reported Jerry Yang would step down as CEO as soon as the company found a replacement. [12]
On January 13, 2009, Yahoo! named Silicon Valley veteran Carol Bartz as its new chief executive, effectively replacing Yang.[13] Yang regained his former position as "Chief Yahoo" and remained on Yahoo's board of directors.[14]
On January 17, 2012, Yahoo! announced that Jerry Yang would be leaving the company, and would be resigning from the board and all other positions at the company. The company also announced his resignation from the boards of Yahoo! Japan and Alibaba Corp.[15] He has become an angel investor and mentor to technology startups.[16] [17]

Personal life

Yang is married to Akiko Yamazaki, a Japanese woman who was raised in Costa Rica. Yamazaki graduated from Stanford University with a degree in industrial engineering and is a director with the Wildlife Conservation Network. The couple met at Stanford University in the Kyoto overseas program in 1992.
Yang is currently on the Board of Directors of the Asian Pacific Fund, and Cisco, and is also on the Stanford University Board of Trustees.[18]

Philanthropy

In February 2007, Jerry Yang and his wife gave US$75 million to Stanford University, their alma mater, the bulk of which went to building the "Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building",[19] a multi-disciplinary research, teaching and lab building, the first to be realized on Stanford's new Science and Engineering Quad.

Criticism

China

Jerry Yang was criticized for a statement regarding the role of Yahoo! in the arrest of Chinese journalist Shi Tao by Chinese authorities.
While in China, Shi Tao used a Yahoo email address to notify a pro-democracy website that the Chinese government ordered the Chinese media not to cover the fifteenth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Protests of 1989 on June 4. Yahoo! provided the Chinese security agencies with the IP addresses of the senders, the recipients and the time of the message. Tao was subsequently convicted for "divulging state secrets abroad." Yang was heavily criticized and Reporters Without Borders called Yahoo! "a Chinese police informant" whose actions led to the conviction of a journalist and writer.
Yang declared, "To be doing business in China, or anywhere else in the world, we have to comply with local law[s]." This was controversial, as critics claimed Yahoo! violated international law as well as a 1989 decision by the U.S. Congress to prohibit U.S. companies from selling "crime control and detection" equipment or software to the Chinese Government.[20]
The New York Times reported that political prisoner Wang Xiaoning and other journalists had brought a civil suit against Yahoo for allegedly aiding and abetting the Chinese government which, it was claimed, resulted in torture that included beatings and imprisonment.[21]
In October 2007 Jerry Yang was summoned to Washington to answer for Yahoo's comments regarding its role in the arrests of Shi Tao and other journalists in China.[22][23]
On November 14, 2007, Yahoo agreed to settle with affected Chinese dissidents, paying them undisclosed compensation. Yang stated, "After meeting with the families, it was clear to me what we had to do to make this right for them, for Yahoo, and for the future."
Jerry Yang wrote a letter to then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice requesting her assistance in freeing the jailed dissidents.[24] In addition, Yang established the Yahoo! Human Rights Fund, a fund to provide "humanitarian and legal support" to online dissidents.[25] One of the first public projects of the fund was financing the establishment of the Laogai Museum, a museum opened by noted Chinese dissident Harry Wu to showcase China's laogai penal system.[26]
This change of heart has not been able to stop the chain of events that began with the arrest of jailed dissident Li Zhi, which resulted in another lawsuit being filed against Yahoo on behalf of Plaintiffs Zheng Cunzhu and Guo Quan who allege the loss of property and a garment business. The complaint alleges, "violation of international law including torture and prolonged detention, as well as unfair business practices, intentional infliction of emotional distress, false imprisonment and assault."[27]

Microsoft, Yahoo, and Alibaba

As CEO, Yang rejected a hostile takeover offer from Microsoft in May 2008. Microsoft wanted to purchase Yahoo! to increase its market share and compete more effectively against Google in online search and advertising. During negotiations with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Yang threatened to make the takeover as difficult as possible unless Microsoft raised the price to US$37 per share. One Microsoft executive commented, "They are going to burn the furniture if we go hostile. They are going to destroy the place" (possibly a reference to Yahoo!'s shareholders rights plan that had been in place since 2001).[28] Analysts suggested that Microsoft's raised offer of US$33 per share that would have valued Yahoo! at $44.6 billion was already too expensive, and that Yang was not bargaining in good faith. Yahoo's stock price plunged after Microsoft withdrew the bid. Yang and board chairman Roy Bostock were strongly criticized by investors for their handling of negotiations, which later led to several shareholder lawsuits and an aborted proxy fight from Carl Icahn.[29][30]
Yang's response to the Microsoft takeover was to make a commercial search advertising arrangement with Google but they ended negotiation, after U.S. authorities voiced concerns regarding the effect on competition in the market.
By July 2014, in the United States, Yahoo trades at about $33. Yahoo’s stock market strength resulted from prescient investments by Jerry Yang, who stepped down from his leadership positions at the company in 2012. [31] He made Yahoo an early financier of both Yahoo Japan and Alibaba and fought off repeated efforts by the Chinese company to buy out Yahoo’s stake.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Asking 4 Roses by Robert Frost

 

A house that lacks, seemingly, mistress and master,
With doors that none but the wind ever closes,
Its floor all littered with glass and with plaster;
It stands in a garden of old-fashioned roses.

I pass by that way in the gloaming with Mary;
'I wonder,' I say, 'who the owner of those is.'
'Oh, no one you know,' she answers me airy,
'But one we must ask if we want any roses.'

So we must join hands in the dew coming coldly
There in the hush of the wood that reposes,
And turn and go up to the open door boldly,
And knock to the echoes as beggars for roses.

'Pray, are you within there, Mistress Who-were-you?'
'Tis Mary that speaks and our errand discloses.
'Pray, are you within there? Bestir you, bestir you!
'Tis summer again; there's two come for roses.

'A word with you, that of the singer recalling--
Old Herrick: a saying that every maid knows is
A flower unplucked is but left to the falling,
And nothing is gained by not gathering roses.'

We do not loosen our hands' intertwining
(Not caring so very much what she supposes),
There when she comes on us mistily shining
And grants us by silence the boon of her roses.




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Monday, June 23, 2014

Coming events of Marathon at Midwest States /towns/Cities






 

Sat 06/28/2014
08:00 AM
Sheboygan
WI

Sat 06/28/2014
08:00 AM
Tomah
WI

Sat 06/28/2014
08:00 AM
Tomah
WI

Sat 06/28/2014
08:00 AM
Tomah
WI

Sat 06/28/2014
08:00 AM
Sheboygan
WI

Sat 06/28/2014
09:00 AM
Hudson
IL


Sat 06/28/2014
09:00 AM
Maineville
OH

Sat 06/28/2014
09:10 AM
Hudson
IL


Thu 07/03/2014
07:00 PM
Orland Park
IL


Fri 07/04/2014
07:30 AM
Bloomington
IL

Fri 07/04/2014
07:30 AM
Hopedale
IL

Fri 07/04/2014
07:30 AM
Hopedale
IL

Sat 07/05/2014
08:00 AM
Princeton
WI

Sat 07/05/2014
08:05 AM
Princeton
WI

Sat 07/12/2014
07:30 AM
Kenosha
WI

Sat 07/12/2014
07:30 AM
Decatur
IL

Sat 07/12/2014
07:30 AM
Decatur
IL

Sat 07/12/2014
07:30 AM
Decatur
IL

Sat 07/12/2014
08:00 AM
McHenry
IL

Sat 07/12/2014
08:15 AM
McHenry
IL

Sun 07/13/2014
07:30 AM
Decatur
IL

Sun 07/13/2014
08:00 AM
Decatur
IL

Sat 07/19/2014
08:00 AM
Kingston
IL

Sat 07/19/2014
09:00 AM
Springfield
IL


Sat 07/19/2014
09:30 AM
Springfield
IL


Sat 07/19/2014
05:45 PM
Hoffman Estates
IL

Sat 07/19/2014
05:45 PM
Hoffman Estates
IL

Sat 07/19/2014
06:15 PM
Hoffman Estates
IL

Sun 07/20/2014
08:00 AM
Oswego
IL

Sun 07/20/2014
10:00 AM
Palos Park
IL

Wed 07/23/2014
06:30 PM
Geneva
IL

Wed 07/23/2014
06:30 PM
Geneva
IL

Sat 07/26/2014
08:00 AM
Manteno
IL

Sat 07/26/2014
08:00 AM
McHenry
IL

Sat 07/26/2014
08:00 AM
McHenry
IL

Sat 07/26/2014
09:00 AM
Russiaville
IN

Sun 07/27/2014
07:00 AM
Somonauk
IL

Wed 07/30/2014
07:00 PM
Janesville
WI

Sat 08/02/2014
07:30 AM
Champaign
IL


Sat 08/02/2014
08:00 AM
Oswego
IL

Sun 08/03/2014
07:30 AM
New Glarus
WI

Thu 08/07/2014
05:30 PM
Springfield
IL


Sat 08/09/2014
08:00 AM
Batavia
IL

Sat 08/09/2014
06:00 PM
Kohler
WI

Sat 08/09/2014
07:00 PM
Kohler
WI

Sat 08/16/2014
07:30 AM
Fairbury
IL


Sat 08/16/2014
08:00 AM
Mahomet
IL


Sat 08/16/2014
08:00 AM
Mahomet
IL


Sat 08/16/2014
09:00 AM
Hanna City
IL

Sun 08/17/2014
07:00 AM
Woodridge
IL

Sun 08/17/2014
08:00 AM
Milwaukee
WI

Sun 08/17/2014
08:20 AM
Milwaukee
WI

Sun 08/17/2014
10:30 AM
Woodridge
IL

Sat 08/23/2014
08:10 AM
Kokomo
IN

Sat 08/23/2014
09:00 AM
Emden
IL

Sat 08/23/2014
09:00 AM
Carlock
IL

Sat 08/23/2014
06:30 PM
New Lenox
IL

Sat 08/23/2014
06:30 PM
New Lenox
IL

Sun 08/24/2014
07:30 AM
Bourbonnais
IL

Sat 08/30/2014
07:30 AM
Hillsboro
WI

Sat 08/30/2014
08:00 AM
Urbana
IL


Sat 08/30/2014
08:30 AM
Hillsboro
WI

Sat 08/30/2014
08:30 AM
Hillsboro
WI

Sat 09/06/2014
08:00 AM
Arcola
IL

Sat 09/06/2014
08:00 AM
Arcola
IL

Sat 09/06/2014
08:00 AM
Lena
WI

Sat 09/06/2014
08:30 AM
Joliet
IL

Sat 09/06/2014
05:15 PM
Lake Forest
IL

Sat 09/13/2014
08:00 AM
Elgin
IL

Sat 09/13/2014
08:30 AM
Peru
IN

Sat 09/13/2014
09:00 AM
Kankakee
IL

Sun 09/14/2014
08:30 AM
Naperville
IL

Sun 09/14/2014
09:30 AM
Chicago
IL

Sun 09/14/2014
12:00 PM
Springfield
IL

Sat 09/20/2014
08:00 AM
Ringwood
IL

Sat 09/20/2014
09:00 AM
Dahinda
IL

Sat 09/20/2014
11:00 AM
Monroe
WI

Sun 09/21/2014
08:00 AM
Urbana
IL

Sun 09/21/2014
09:00 AM
Wauwatosa
WI

Sun 09/21/2014
01:30 PM
Evergreen Park
IL

Fri 09/26/2014
06:00 PM
Normal
IL

Sat 09/27/2014
07:00 AM
Normal
IL

Sat 09/27/2014
07:30 AM
Normal
IL

Sat 09/27/2014
08:00 AM
Sheboygan
WI

Sat 09/27/2014
08:10 AM
Sheboygan
WI

Sat 09/27/2014
09:00 AM
Bourbonnais
IL

Sun 09/28/2014
07:30 AM
Lake Zurich
IL

Sun 09/28/2014
07:45 AM
Lake Zurich
IL

Sun 09/28/2014
09:00 AM
West Lafayette
IN

Sun 09/28/2014
09:30 AM
Lake Zurich
IL

Sat 10/04/2014
08:00 AM
Watertown
WI

Sat 10/04/2014
08:00 AM
Normal
IL

Sat 10/04/2014
09:00 AM
Watertown
WI

Sat 10/04/2014
09:00 AM
Watertown
WI

Sat 10/04/2014
09:00 AM
Hudson
IL

Sat 10/04/2014
09:00 AM
Hudson
IL

Sun 10/05/2014
02:00 PM
Dunlap
IL

Sat 10/11/2014
08:00 AM
Libertyville
IL

Sat 10/11/2014
08:00 AM
Libertyville
IL

Sat 10/11/2014
09:00 AM
Lincoln
IL

Sat 10/18/2014
08:00 AM
DePere
WI

Sat 10/18/2014
08:00 AM
DePere
WI

Sat 10/18/2014
09:00 AM
Channahon
IL

Sat 10/18/2014
09:00 AM
Madison
WI

Sat 10/18/2014
06:30 PM
Lisle
IL

Sun 10/19/2014
08:30 AM
Spring Grove
IL

Sat 10/25/2014
09:00 AM
North Chicago
IL

Sat 10/25/2014
09:00 AM
North Chicago
IL

Sat 10/25/2014
04:30 PM
Middleton
WI

Sat 10/25/2014
04:30 PM
Middleton
WI

Sun 10/26/2014
08:00 AM
Middleton
WI

Sun 10/26/2014
09:00 AM
Middleton
WI

Sat 11/01/2014
09:00 AM
Wheaton
IL

Sat 11/01/2014
10:00 AM
Two Rivers
WI

Sun 11/02/2014
08:00 AM
Norwalk
WI

Sun 11/02/2014
09:00 AM
Norwalk
WI

Sun 11/02/2014
10:00 AM
Norwalk
WI

Sat 11/08/2014
10:15 AM
Baraboo
WI

Sat 11/08/2014
10:15 AM
Baraboo
WI

Sun 11/09/2014
01:00 PM
Bloomington
IL

Sat 11/15/2014
09:00 AM
Springfield
IL

Sat 11/15/2014
09:00 AM
Genoa
IL

Sat 11/15/2014
09:00 AM
Genoa
IL

Sat 11/15/2014
09:15 AM
Fort Atkinson
WI


Thu 11/27/2014
08:00 AM
Orland Park
IL


Thu 11/27/2014
08:00 AM
McHenry
IL

Thu 11/27/2014
09:00 AM
Long Grove
IL

Thu 11/27/2014
09:00 AM
Long Grove
IL

Sat 11/29/2014
08:50 AM
Schaumburg
IL

Sat 11/29/2014
09:00 AM
Chicago
IL

Sat 11/29/2014
09:15 AM
Schaumburg
IL

Sat 12/06/2014
09:00 AM
Wheaton
IL

Sat 12/06/2014
10:00 AM
Peoria
IL

Sun 12/07/2014
08:00 AM
Lemont
IL


Sun 12/14/2014
09:00 AM
Kankakee
IL

Sun 12/14/2014
09:00 AM
Kankakee
IL





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