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Now Kayleigh McEnany Has COVID, Making It 11 From Rose Garden Ceremony
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and two of her staffers have tested positive for COVID-19, just days after the president revealed a similar diagnosis. McEnany said she has tested positive “while experiencing no symptoms.” McEnany, who is the 11th official in a growing list of Trumpworld figures to test positive for the highly contagious virus after attending an event at the Rose Garden last Saturday, most recently interacted with reporters on Sunday evening—and was maskless. Multiple news outlets also reported that at least two other members of the White House press shop—Chad Gilmartin and Karoline Leavitt—have tested positive.“No reporters, producers, or members of the press are listed as close contacts by the White House Medical Unit,” she said in the statement. “As an essential worker, I have worked diligently to provide needed information to
Each fall, the Pikes Peak Historical Society holds an auction as its major fundraising event of the year. This year, due to Covid restrictions, the auction is being conducted online. The auction will go live on the PPHS website, pikespeakhsmuseum.org, just look for the auction icon that will take you to the auction site. Once there, everything is self-explanatory.
“We are looking for services, gift certificates, trips, guided tours, handmade quilts, craft items, artwork, and cash donations are always welcome,” said Kathy Perry, an event organizer.
Incorporated in 1988, PPHS is among the largest nonprofits in Teller County, with almost 500 members. Over 99% of the annual revenue is applied toward the museums and various programs.
PPHS owns and operates two museums: The Pikes Peak Historical Society Museum, at 18033 Teller County Road 1 across from the Florissant Post Office; and the Schoolhouse Museum located at Teller County Road 31
PORTSMOUTH — Only days remain to bid on more than 100 works by regional artists in the Portsmouth Historical Society’s “Jubilee” art auction that ends at 6 p.m. Oct. 7.
Half the proceeds support Discover Portsmouth and the John Paul Jones House Museum while the other half goes directly to 50 contributing artists. The online auction offers an array of paintings, many featuring familiar scenes, plus handcrafted jewelry, sculpture, woodworking and clothing.
“Buyers take home a treasured original new work of art while supporting its talented creator and the city’s 100-year-old historical society,” said PHS Executive Director Brian LeMay.
This year’s fall auction lets bidders join via a special online platform. BiddingForGood is a charitable e-commerce company designed to connect fundraisers, cause-conscious shoppers and socially responsible businesses. A desktop or laptop computer is the best way to view the gallery.
Art lovers can reach the auction via the PHS website,
Unless you are hibernating or watching too much football for the past years, you must have heard of government seized car selling dirt cheap. Everyday, for so many years now, government agencies have been selling seized cars to the highest bidder. (This is not only limited to surplus and repossessed cars. There are also boats, aircraft, electronic devices, office equipment, furniture, heavy machineries, and foreclosed or seized lots and houses.)
How is it possible?
It may sound to you that the government is so desperate to sell these seized cars but the truth is, seized vehicles occupy a lot of space, which in turn is equivalent to money spend on storage. So, the government agencies willfully sell these vehicles to anyone who is willing to pay for them through auction. Another reason is that the money generated from these government seized car auctions are extra income which will go back … Read More
If you’re seriously considering going to a government auto auction to buy a vehicle, you’ve taken the first step. If you’re still not convinced that auctions are right for you, read the information below to learn three advantages of purchasing a vehicle at a government auto auction.
It’s no revelation that buying a car is expensive. Even used vehicles can cost a lot of money and put a strain on the budget. For this reason, many people are taking advantage of the huge cost savings and purchasing their vehicles at a government auto auction.
Since these government vehicles are no longer in use, they’re offered for sale at a public auction. Government entities want to get rid of these vehicles as quickly as possible as it’s costing them money to store the cars. By placing the vehicles in an auction, they can sell many of them at once … Read More
Many people are searching for cheap used cars in an effort to save money and get a good deal. Gone are the days when one would go to the local car dealer and negotiate a sale on a used car. The profit margins are hitting everyone right in the pocketbook, and it’s just not the best place to buy.
One of the first places you should consider is to find government auction cars in your area. There are government car auctions in most every state and the vehicles are in decent condition. Why are these used vehicles in good condition?
First off, the used vehicles were generally part of the government fleet and have been maintained appropriately. They are also loaded with all the options generally considered necessary by consumers. Remember, it’s been government officials and employees driving these vehicles around. So, they have to be in decent condition.
There … Read More