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    New Park Space on Horizon in Hurricane - April 8, 2015 by admin

    HURRICANE, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- The city of Hurricane is another step closer to having new park space.

    City Council heard first reading Monday of an ordinance to annex 42 acres of land -- meaning that land could become part of Hurricane's city limits.

    Mayor Scott Edwards says the next step is bringing an engineering crew out to survey the land. Better entrances and traffic plans for the park are among the top goals. City officials expect a lot of visitors once it's complete.

    "It's not just a sporting park, it's just a general park," Edwards said. "We'll have gazebos and walking trails park benches -- all of the stuff you would think of in a park. Trees and shade, all those things where a family can take their kids and spend the day."

    Edwards says the land also will be used for ball fields including soccer, baseball, softball and football.

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    Gazebos – MAINTENANCE [live at cockpit, 3-20-15] – Video - April 4, 2015 by admin


    Gazebos - MAINTENANCE [live at cockpit, 3-20-15]
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    Welcome to Discount Gazebos - April 4, 2015 by admin

    The Gazebo Factory has been located near Dallas Texas (Farmersville) for 24 years and has built thousands of Gazebos & Pergolas and installed them all. Not only here in our own North Texas, but all over Texas and across the country!.

    We've installed Gazebos & Pergolas from Washington DC to Seattle Washington, Northern Minnesota to South Texas!

    Our unique & efficient system lets YOU design YOUR outdoor structure and allows us to build and install them in a customer friendly & hassle free way.

    Our sturdy line of products are built "made to order" in our factory, JUST FOR YOU, and customized to YOUR specifications. Our installation crew transports and installs most structures in one or two days.

    We offer free installation within 100 miles of our factory and charge only $2.00 per mile (one way) after the first free 100 miles up to 500 miles. Due to the range in size & complexity of our products, please e mail for quote beyond the 500 mile radius. As an industry leader, we offer great service at an uncommon value.

    We are available for home appointments in North Texas and work with our customers out of area thru phone, e mail & photos.

    Our system of designing, building and installing our structures unites the efforts of companies that ship beautiful gazebo or pergola kits and your favorite local contractor. But unlike the kit companies, our products are not light weight, reverse engineered to fit into a box 'kits' for the home owner and/or crew to assemble, nor do we make trip after trip to your home making load noises and a mess for days or weeks, like even some of the best fence & deck guys do. It's a quick, clean build that keeps our quality high and your cost low.

    The Gazebo Factory has the experience & repetitions it takes to build some of the most aesthetically pleasing, well constructed Gazebos, Pavilions, Pergolas & Cabanas found anywhere. Our goal is to have our Outdoor Structures become part of your family for generations to enjoy, just like they have done in our family.

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    Happy Easter. National Parks camp sites are full … and it's raining – - April 4, 2015 by admin

    Matt and Elinore Martel at their campsite at Green Patch in Jervis Bay. Photo: bmakin@fairfaxmedia.com.au

    Drip, drip, drip, little April showers. Not so good if you are amongst the thousands camping and the drips are coming relentlesslyfrom the canvas.

    All the state's bookable camping sites are full according to the National Parks and Wildlife Service. That's 80 destinations, 40,000 bookings and 128,000 campers. That doesn't include the isolated sites where you just turn up and leave a few dollars in the honesty box.

    But the risk of inclement weather doesn't seem to deter us, especially if you have paid up front for your pitch. State figures show camping and caravanning declined slightly in 2014 according to Destination NSW but the number of people going camping from Sydney actually bucked the trend and increased by 2.3 per cent.

    Members of the Wright, Bond, Dennis, Oliver, Neville and Sacilotto families enjoy Good Friday and the Easter vacation at Bonnie Vale camping ground in the Royal National Park . Photo: besposito@fairfaxmedia.com.au

    Campers from regional NSW account for 37 per cent of nights spent under canvas or in a caravan with Sydney campers the second largest group accounting for 26 per cent of nights in the field.

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    Such is the demand that National Parks plans to double the number of online bookable sites within two years.

    The Easter weather, said the Bureau of Meteorology, from Good Friday, when many were erecting their tents, through to Easter Monday was "showers, rain, shower or two or late shower or two".

    Members of the Wright, Bond, Dennis, Oliver, Neville and Sacilotto families enjoy Good Friday and the Easter holidays at Bonnie Vale camping ground in the Royal National Park Sutherland Shire. Photo: besposito@fairfaxmedia.com.au

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    Trib Total Media readers rise to the challenge to create festive hats - April 4, 2015 by admin

    A live baby duckling was Marie Palmer's inspiration.

    For Theresa Schwab, it was a miniature wooden gazebo.

    And Susann Beardsley turned to a toy bunny.

    The three used ideas as individual as themselves, but the result was the same they fashioned a fun and stylish Easter bonnet.

    And they are the winners in the Trib's Easter Bonnet Challenge.

    Even though the era of wearing a bonnet with all the frills upon it for the Easter parade might have passed, there are still people who love those elaborate hats. So, the Trib challenged readers to design and decorate fantastic bonnets festooned with ribbons, flowers, chicks and bunnies or whatever struck their fancy.

    They could start with a plain hat or create one from scratch with foamboard or cardboard. The trio was selected based on creativity that pushes the envelope, and they all did.

    Prizes are a $50 gift certificate to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, $50 gift certificate to Michael's and a spring bouquet delivery.

    It was a fun project, says Schwab of Ligonier. I have always liked the old days when people really dressed up for the Easter holiday. I love hats, and (Duchess of Cambridge) Kate Middleton inspires everyone to wear hats, especially fascinators. They are so pretty and elegant.

    Collecting gazebos for her daughter when she was a child was a passion for Schwab, because it symbolizes the town where she lives and the Ligonier Diamond where a real gazebo is one of the first landmarks people see when they drive through town.

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    Major trade boost for flagging market thanks to 40,000 revamp - April 3, 2015 by admin

    A 40,000 revamp of a market is under way in a bid to boost flagging trade.

    Eastleigh Borough Council has brought in a specialist consultant to spearhead the move in a bid to rejuvenate the town market.

    Major changes including themed weekends, along with attracting local stallholders and producers to the market, are now being tabled in a bid to to try to rejuvenate footfall and trade.

    Guy Riddoch, area co-ordinator for Eastleigh, told council committee members that three different market providers in the last four years had not been able to help stallholders compete with the growth of discount stores and Internet shopping.

    He said the council had taken the radical action of bringing in a specialist advice team to coincide with the completion of current improvement works in the market area.

    The market on the pedestrianised area of Leigh Road is held twice weekly on Thursdays and Saturdays but the changes will only affect the Saturday market.

    The idea is to develop a range of locally grown stallholders drawn from existing retailers, community organisations and entrepreneurs, rather than rely on traditional market stallholders who travel around different markets in the area.

    Entertainment is also proposed under the plans put forward by consultants Retail Revival, which has recently re-launched markets in London areas.

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    Noel Harris riding to win at Breeders Stakes Day - March 31, 2015 by admin

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    Last updatedMon Mar 30 21:37:56 UTC 2015

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    Veteran jockey Noel Harris at Ellerslie Racecourse.

    Te Aroha Racecourse could be the scene of a world record at Breeders Stakes Day on Saturday.

    Veteran jockey Noel Harris is retiring and has a ride on Ponderosa Miss in the $200,000 Fiber Fresh NZ Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes.

    Racing Te Aroha president Dave Higgins said if the 60-year-old, a jockey for 45 years, was successful he would become the oldest jockey in the world to win a Group One race.

    Whatever happens, the club and New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing will make a presentation to Harris after the big race on Saturday.

    Higgins, in his first year at the helm, is looking forward to his inaugural Breeders Stakes Day as president.

    "It's our premier meeting of the year," he said.

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    Pop Up Gazebos | Easy Gazebo | Mini Marquees | Crocodile … - March 30, 2015 by admin

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    Here at Crocodile Trading, we are experienced suppliers of a wide range of heavy duty instant shelters and easy up gazebos for commercial, corporate and domestic hospitality usage.

    We provide pop up gazebos at unbelievable value, with rapid delivery nationwide. If you are looking for a solid mini marquee or gazebo that you can assemble in a matter of minutes, look no further.

    We have supplied products to a number of clients including professional motorsport organisations, F1 teams, environmental agencies, councils, hire companies, corporate hospitality firms and more.

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    Vinyl Covered Gazebos Custom Built Walk Through by Rick’s Sheds – Video - March 28, 2015 by admin


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    Carolina Beach shows off new Boardwalk facelift - March 28, 2015 by admin

    Published: Friday, March 27, 2015 at 3:51 p.m. Last Modified: Friday, March 27, 2015 at 3:51 p.m.

    Now, renovations and upgrades represent a turning point in its lengthy history, and a chance for it to continue to serve residents and visitors alike for years down the road.

    A $1 million project, funded largely by grants, has given the boardwalk wider paths, lighting, ADA accessible access points, gazebos, benches, swinging seats, new landscaping and more.

    The town is hosting a grand-opening ceremony at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the boardwalk to show off its new features.

    Honestly, I think it gives it a complete refresher, you know, a facelift, said Town Manager Michael Cramer. The boardwalk's always been an icon down here.

    It gives people a chance to walk along the area and look at the ocean, which Olde Salty owner Brenda Armes calls a phenomenal feat.

    That's why they come here, said Armes, who has owned the restaurant for 21 years and lived in Carolina Beach for 34. It's been that way since Carolina Beach was Carolina Beach,

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    The old boardwalk was fine, said Daniel Norris, author of multiple books about the history of Carolina Beach and boardwalk staple Britt's Donuts. But something newer and bigger is definitely a better thing.

    The improvements are broken into three pieces: the wooden boardwalk, the concrete boardwalk and the road improvements, Cramer said.

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