Alexis Lubienski of Frankfort appears as Dorothy with her real life mom, Colleen Lubienski, portraying Aunt Em. Amanda Barclay of Oak Lawn is reprising her role as the Wicked Witch, having played the part in the Oak Lawn Park District’s production. Amy Stiehr, a fifth grade teacher at Orland Park’s High Point School, is Glinda the Good Witch..

Moore endorsed a “brown bagging” law as opposed to liquor by the drink, emphasized highway safety and created a Law and Order Committee to deal with racial unrest. He deployed the National Guard following the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. After his term as governor he was named by Gov.

Set within a beautiful Cul de sac, this four bed, end of terrace house offers excellent family living with local schools close by. The accommodation is spacious throughout with an entrance hall leading to two separate reception rooms. Both reception rooms are equally generous and offer ample entertaining space, both incorporating stunning features such as beautiful fireplaces with the rear reception room offering access to the garden.

RYAN MCGEENEY/Arkansas Democrat Gazette 11 05 2013 Matt Krepps of Jasper, left, Michael Pulfer of Zurich, Switzerland, center, and his wife, Holly Krepps, right, practice yoga inside the Circle Yoga Shala studio in early November. The studio is part of a small homestead between Jasper and Low Gap in Newton County, and includes the Krepps home and several small sleeping cabins. Matt and Holly Krepps, who have both been teaching yoga for about 25 years, sold their home and successful yoga studio in Little Rock in 2009 to found the retreat, where, they primarily focus on teacher training in month long immersion settings.

More compelling, though, is his skill at playing ambassador when music and marketing executives find themselves in territory that is foreign to each. “Let’s face it,” said Paul Fireman, the chief executive officer of Reebok, “we’re not always really connected to the things we think we are. He started to introduce us to the right people.”.

Max has a wealth of stories, and you’re pretty much guaranteed a fun time when you sit and chat with him. Many of his stories aren’t fit for general consumption, but you’ll definitely hear something funny. In one short chat I heard about everything from reasons for only ever using pink duct tape (less likely to be re homed by other roadies) to stories of slithering across stages on his belly, mid show, to re plug basses into amps.