Saturday, November 27, 2010

Updates At Random

HEADLINES: NORTH CAROLINA STUDENT CONFERENCE PREPARATIONS ONGOING

Lincolnton - The stage continues to be erected as various officials work together to coordinate the upcoming North Carolina Student Conference in Charlotte, coming December 8th. Pressure mounts as students work together to make it happen.
"I'm bent on going." Chase McDugle commented, after describing current financial strategies to successful racketeering. Chase McDugle, resident of southeast Texas, has long been working with the board to coordinate finances, lodging, and offering non-constructive feedback.
When asked what her expectations on the conference would be, Victoria offered no response.
Current investigations reveal that the conference is supposedly going to be based at Staybridge Suites in Charlotte from the 8th to the 12th of December, with anywhere from 15-20 students attending. The activities that are expected to take place involve volunteer work at Operation Christmas Child, visiting the Billy Graham Library, and board games.
Various expressions of excitement have occurred from the student body.
"TWO WEEKS TWO WEEKS!!! TWO WEEEEEEEEKS!!!" Meredith Hatfield, Ohio resident and nurse studying history commented, though she offered little else in reply to questions concerning timing and high blood pressure.
India Callie, long time resident of frigid South Dakota, refused to comment.
With the nationwide conference converging in two weeks, expectations are high, as are pressured dates and times. More to follow.


Evening News: Fantastic Four Disc Golf at Hickory NC

Hickory - Recent disc golf tournaments are underway in Hickory's Glenn Hilton Park in North Carolina, involving players from one or two churches and lasting some hours with frisbees flying.
Matthew Hilton, leader and organizer of the event, commented briefly, "We need to get back into this. We don't do enough outside stuff!" during the fifth match of PC Gamer Hit "Company of Heroes" match in which reporters refused to participate.
The most recent match involved four players from various regional locations. Sam and John, local residents, participated along with local reporters. Matthew easily won with a score of 3, with Sam, Alex, and John trailing at 7, 8, and 23 respectively.
Recent plays were halted when Sam's disc flew into the icy creek, halting progress and effectively causing the interest of the surrounding persons within the park. At length, Matthew volunteered to swim and regain the disc, and was instantly rushed home to be kept as warm as possible following ice water swims. He refused to comment on the situation. Further plays have been postponed accordingly.

7 comments:

  1. "long time resident of frigid SD" ROFL! Totally right ...and totally freezing. *sips hot tea* I can't wait for balmy NC!

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  2. The office of Chase McDugle the Awesome, Inc. would like to offer the following corrections: We are, in fact, located in East Texas. Southeast Texas is entirely covered by urban sprawl and is otherwise known as "Houston". There is a difference.

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  3. "Although I wish I could be there, I'm sure the students who could make it will have a great time fellowshipping and serving together," Sir Mac, Grand Master of Audio, said in a statement Friday.

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  4. NORTH CAROLINA STUDENT CONFERENCE PREPARATIONS ONGOING

    Wow, for some reason I just now saw this. You are a riot Alex, this awesome! I was laughing sooo hard.

    "TWO WEEKS TWO WEEKS!!! TWO WEEEEEEEEKS!!!" Meredith Hatfield, Ohio resident and nurse studying history commented, though she offered little else in reply to questions concerning timing and high blood pressure.

    LOL!

    ~ Hattie

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