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Liberals do exactly what they accuse conservatives of doing, discriminate against those they disagree with. Case in point, affirmative action, which instead of setting an even playing field, discriminates against non-minorities. Gays could have pushed for civil union licenses and made up their own name for their ceremonies, but that wouldn't have been good enough. They had to punish religious…
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Kroc Center hosts "Kroc Rock-et to the Top" speed climbing competition

2 years, 4 months ago by Denise Donley

There are no limits on the number of timed climbs

During the month of February, the Kroc Center is sponsoring a speed climbing competition called "Rock-et to the Top."

Participants may pay $1 in addition to the usual climbing fee to have their climbs timed and recorded. There are no limits on the number of timed climbs, and climbers all follow the same route to the top of the Kroc Center rock wall. The competition is open to all ages.

At the end of February, the best time in each of five age groups will receive a Kroc Rock t-shirt, and the best overall times for youth and adult (18 and over) will each receive a free 10-punch Pass to the Kroc Center rock wall.

For more information contact Lisa Bearden at 217-231-5635 or lisa_bearden@usc.salvationarmy.org.

 


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