Basket bingo will include 20 games of bingo and a loser’s game as well as various door prizes. Tickets cost $25, which includes a light meal and beverage. Only 142 reserved seats will be sold. Tickets may be purchased at the Cedar Lake Campground Office on a first-come, first-served basis. Checks can be made payable to Cedar Lake Campground Church. If paying with a check, send to: 5051 Pine Hill Road, Dover 17315. For details, call LeAnn Starner at 717-292-2918 or 717-292-3705 or e-mail email@example.com . For details about Make-A-Wish, call regional director Ann Waltman at 717-757-9474.
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‘Teen Wolf’ season 4, episode 3 recap: Final notice
The episode turns sinister, however, when Lydia shows up at Shawns house and Deputy Parrish finds her there. The faces in the wall make a reappearance, and Lydia finds a secret door. The two of them go in, finding a bunch of bodies hanging up in freezer room. Kira uses the For Sale sign for katana practice, while Stiles helps Malia study. Malia explains her deal with the highlighters (which adorably reflects how Stiles uses the strings on his board for the mysteries around Beacon Hills), and when Stiles tries to help her with math using Lydias notes, he realizes Lydia hadnt been taking notes after all. Instead, her notebook is filled with the same combination of letters, numbers, and symbols that was on the computer screen the man without a mouth was looking at. Lydia calls Scott in a panic, telling him he has to find Shawn. When Mama McCall goes into his room, she finds Shawn eating the officer that was stationed outside his room.
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Bulgarian Leader Rues Confidence Crisis After Bank Runs – Bloomberg
The yield on Bulgarias Eurobond due 2017 fell one basis point today to 1.636 percent, the lowest level since the central banks decision to bail out Corporate Commercial Bank, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Fully Contained Bulgarias bank run is fully contained, Oresharski said in a separate interview in his office in Sofia today. The government has ensured liquidity buffers to help the central bank support stability of the banking system. The Finance Ministry sold 1.23 billion lev in five-month notes at an extraordinary auction on June 30 to finance the bank support. None of the banks have tapped into the available credit line for now, Oresharski said. Bulgarian banks went through a kind of a real-life stress test and showed they have enough liquidity, Oresharski said. Oresharski said theres no need to revise this years budget. With coming early elections, an interim cabinet and a dissolved parliament Bulgarias budget may come under pressure with revenues underperforming and a possible increase in spending, he said.
Source: Bulgarian Leader Rues Confidence Crisis After Bank Runs – Bloomberg