“Yes. Yeah, we had a lot of signs from above I think,” Jan responded.”Some people ask me to speak, give a testimonial,” he said. “I’d really rather have the music carry the message.”Jenkins said he spent every year after Wynne’s death meeting with all of the leaders of Greek organizations.The Edmonds School District in partnership with the Verdant Health Commission is hosting an event Jan. 17 aimed at supporting LGBTQ students and families.
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Now a police officer, Jon was deployed twice to Iraq and Guantanamo Bay. He had some bad luck with dentists overseas and never went back.
“It started in basic training. I had a toothache, and when they pulled the tooth, it broke part of my jawbone. I actually got deployed to Iraq, and instead of actually fixing the teeth, they filed them all the way down and built them up with resin,” said Jon.
“My kids don’t even really remember me smiling,” he added. “We have three of them, it’s been so long, they’re going to be able to see me smile,
and I’m not embarrassed to meet their friends.”
Jon is on his way to getting his smile back. He recently underwent a five hour surgery that cost nearly $50,000.
Two doctors were able to raise most of the funds, which were donated.
“We do a lot of routine surgery that’s necessary, but to do this and actually change a life, and change a smile, more importantly, is fantastic,” said Dr. Craig Horton, a prosthodontics practitioner in South Carolina.
Audiences will fall by more than 30 million as a result of the changes announced on 26 January 2011. Investments in new services are planned in order to offset further net audience losses resulting from additional savings in the 2012 14 period.He also sees pregnancy discrimination affected by corporate downsizing. A staff cut to the minimum can’t cope well with a missing worker, and a mother taking leave can get blamed for increasing workplace stress, he said.It was there that he met Jimmy Fish (guitar and vocals), Patty DeShazo (banjo) and Wendy Corron (fiddle). As the idea grew they added Mike Shepherd on upright base, Doyle Bradley as another guitar, and Desmond Ross giving them twin fiddles.