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The Eby’s On Happiness After Tragic Loss

“Our family consists of: Two typical sons, Mike and Matt and two special needs, Jerry and Melody Joy. Each time I expressed my concern about the slow development of our first child, Jerry to our rural, family doctor,  he’d lean back in his chair, his only comment would be “OH well,  he’ll probably be short for his age,” or “he’ll never be the President.”  Coming  home from the doctor I remember hearing myself  mumble, “I can live with that.”  I settled with this for three years then reluctantly we made an appointment and found ourselves  making many trips to Hershey Medical Center and spending many long hours with neurologists and geneticists.  …

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The Wollemi Pine

History of the Wollemi Pine The Wollemi Pine (Wollemia Nobilis) is one of the world’s oldest and rarest tree species, endemic to the Blue Mountains. It was known only from fossil records, and presumed extinct by botanists, until it was rediscovered in 1994 in the Wollemi National Park, just outside Sydney. Its rediscovery is considered to be ‘the botanical find of the 20th century.’ With less than 100 adult trees known to exist in the wild, the Wollemi Pine is now the focus of extensive research to safeguard its survival. Where are they? The Wollemi Pine was discovered as a small grove of seedlings and mature trees only 200 kilometres …

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Vivid Conferences

Vivid Ideas is the Asia Pacific’s annual celebration of innovation, creativity and community, building audiences and markets for the creative industries, and offering professional development opportunities across the sector. With over 200 events across the program, from industry conferences to keynote talks, networking sessions to hands-on workshops, Vivid Ideas brings together leaders across the 14 creative industries. Among these brilliant minds, was our host for the day- Jess Scully: “Jess is a curator, Vivid festival director and media producer who uses creativity and the arts to engage communities with each other and with the public realm. She uses arts, events and creative work to spark dialogue about the tomorrows that …

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