Testing at Fort Stewart and other U.S. bases is breaking away from the Army’s longtime standards for physical fitness — pushups, sit-ups and 2-mile runs — to focus instead on battlefield tasks, such as dragging a wounded comrade to safety or installing and removing the heavy barrel of the 25 mm gun mounted on Bradley vehicles. David Brinkley, deputy chief of staff for operations at the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Eustis in Virginia, said some people think the Army is coming up with unrealistic requirements while others believe standards will be lower to let women fight on the front lines.
As for what the “South Pacific” audience will walk away with, Brees says, “I hope that, in addition to having enjoyed a good quality production, the audience will look for opportunities to improve their own perceptions of people who are different from them, a willingness to be open to understanding those differences, before placing an immediate judgment on that person.”, Carey says, “I’d love ballet slippers bloch the audience to be swept away by this epic story.”, Email Paul Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org..
Bring your blanket, chairs and a picnic dinner and enjoy this free event. For more information, call the Brentwood Parks and Recreation at 925-516-5444. El Campanil Theatre Offers Summer Drama Camp. ANTIOCH — Registration is now open for El Campanil Theater Summer Drama Camp. Two half-day sessions will be offered. Session One: June 22-26. Session Two: July 6-10. Both will run from 1 to 4 p.m. The camp is for children 8-16. The fee is $150 per session. Attendees will learn the magic of theater and improve their acting skills with comprehensive theater training. They will have fun with improvisations, theater games, music and dance, performing scenes and one-acts, monologues, creating characters, all the while expanding their talent.
The top three male and female finishers in each age category receive medals, An awards ceremony will follow in Piedmont Park, Those with dogs and strollers are welcome to participate but must begin behind the back of the starting area, The cost is: $8 per person for members; $12 per person for nonmembers; and $12 per person at the door, All pre-registered children will receive a free beautiful Chinese lantern, Alex Wu, an award-winning master magician, will perform his sleight-of-hand magic and original routines, and there will be a ballet performance by students of the Berkeley Ballet theatre, The event ballet slippers bloch will also feature a storyteller and arts and crafts and a moon cake tasting and light refreshments..
Thanks to all the merchants and businesses who allowed our posters to be displayed. The creative influences were provided by Randy Froh, Identity Packaging and Karen Tomlinson and Tomlinson Creative. Jackie Rose, Jim Thrall, Bob Long, Jan Nordmo and Mike Balistreri, thank you for your marketing expertise. A special thanks to the Los Gatos Weekly-Times for their ongoing support. Paul Kent and I love our town, and we are grateful for the opportunity to give back to our community. Our goal was to launch an event that would become another town tradition. With the help of sponsors and the more than 1,200 people who attended, we are gratified to have done just that.