Explore 4-H Day has ‘something for everybody’ – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD — Showing the wide array of options available beyond cows and chickens is the goal of Crow Wing County’s Explore 4-H Day. The day looks to highlight all 4-H can offer students by providing materials for them to build their own beehives, creating crafts and learning about the theater arts. Explore 4-H Day will …

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South Korea and China continue dominance at World Taekwondo Grand Prix Challenge

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Sweat SF: Everything You Need to Know About Krav Maga San Francisco

Barny Foland and his team at Krav Maga San Francisco will fight for you. Literal. Since 1999, the Bay Area studio has taught the world-renowned combat training system famously used by the Israeli Defense Forces and over 350 US law-enforcement agencies, focusing on personal safety and fitness. “Krav Maga is a high-energy, effective self defense …

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Judo delivers a new for PH as Hidilyn Diaz, Sibol defend SEA Games golds

Judoka Shugen Nakano, weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz, and the Sibol Mobile Legends team hike the Philippines’ gold tally to 43 going into the last three days of the SEA Games MANILA, Philippines – Judo delivered for the Philippines anew as the country bagged three more golds in the Southeast Asian Games with Hidilyn Diaz and Sibol …

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Reynoldsburg hopes to build diversity through grants for minority-owned businesses

In 2020, small businesses across the country were shutting down amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. For Reynoldsburg brothers Bryan and Terron Nelson, the timing worked out after they quit their jobs and decided in 2019 to operate a food truck. “We were definitely concerned when things were getting shut down,” Bryan Nelson said. “But once …

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