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Morning News, Friday, January 12
Posted 01/12/2018 07:34AM

Daily Announcements

January 12, 2018

Today is Day 5

The rotation for today is:



Today’s lunch is:

Pizza Pizza

Plain or Pepperoni
Garden Salad

Choice of Fruit


  • In 1915, the U.S. House of Representatives rejects a proposal that would have given women the right to vote.

  • In 1921, Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis becomes the first commissioner of Major League Baseball

  • In 1932, Hattie W. Caraway becomes the first female US Senator

  • In 1991, the US Congress authorizes use of military force to drive Iraq out of Kuwait

  • RMS Queen Mary 2, the world’s largest ocean liner,  embarks on its maiden voyage in 2004


  • Alexa Fallon

  • Ryan Mrachek

  • Sheila Boynton  (Saturday)

  • Natalia Chorzepa  (Sunday)
    Emily Kobus  (Sunday)

  • Ian Malespini  (Sunday)

  • Euan Adriel Rotoni  (Sunday)


  • John Winthrop, Governor of Massachusetts Colony  (1588)

  • Edmund Burke, MP who supported American independence  (1729)

  • John Hancock, Founding Father  (1737)

  • John Singer Sargent, portrait painter   (1856)

  • Jack London, author  (1876)

  • Tex Ritter, singer & actor  (1905)

  • P.W. Botha, South African politician   (1916)

  • Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Guru to the Beatles  (1917)

  • Ira Hayes, Iwo Jima flag-raiser   (1923)

  • Kreskin, mentalist   (1935)

  • Joe Fraizer, boxer    (1944)

  • Rush Limbaug, political commentator  (1951)

  • Howard Stern, radio personality  (1954)

  • John Lasseter, animation director  (1957)

  • Christiane Amanpour, journalist  (1958)

  • Jeff Bezos, founder of     (1964)

  • Rob Zombie, music producer  (1965)

  • Scott Burrell, UConn basketball player   (1971)


  • National Youth Day  (India)


FRIDAY, JAN 12th, 7-9 pm


$4 Admission

Snacks, drinks, and candy for sale!

Permission slips in MAIN OFFICE

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