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He had made his professional debut in 1948 with Ottawas Stage Society, performing over 100 roles with its successor, the Canadian Repertory Theatre. A statement issued on behalf of the group said, "Recognizing the importance of its Civil Service establishments to the smooth and efficient operation of any country, and being gravely concerned over the fact that it was becoming increasingly difficult to induce qualified young men and women to enter the Civil Service of Bermuda, and what that portends, a number of civil servants met some months ago to consider the situation."1952.He then joined the Bermuda Repertory Theatre a professional theatre company based out of the old Bermudiana Hotel in Hamilton for its 1952 season. The Committee of 25 was established by a group of non-Bermudian women.
Read Full Article Tags: Excerpts from the Windmill BEDFORD HILLS, NY - A Dutch American who escaped the Japanese for Australia as they occupied Java, received further training in Jackson, MS before joining the the 18th Dutch Squadron in Australia to earn several decorations in the battle against the Japanese.Tags: Excerpts from the Windmill Immigration History NEW YORK Dutch entertainer Seth Gaaikema ended his whirlwind tour across Canada with a stopover in New York where he also gave several appearances of his show Kom-kom, tut-tut, ho-ho. Read Full Article Tags: Excerpts from the Windmill Readers of the Windmill Herald often expressed amazement about little known facets of the history of the Netherlands, its people and their achievements, and, yes, about their foibles too.Read Full Article Tags: Excerpts from the Windmill Immigration History AMSTERDAM - The wartime German occupation was very much on the mind of the printer Wil C. Keet (80) when his former employer Amsterdam commercial printer C. There are many aspects of Dutch history that have been obscured for one reason or other.OLEAN, NY -- Amidst a push to gain a wider audience, the Olean Public Library will host its first-ever Friend Speed Dating Program Feb. The event, which will be similar to traditional, romantic speed dating, is an opportunity for those in the Olean area to connect with like-minded individuals, said Jennifer Stickles, head of youth and adult programs at the library.
Born out of a gap present within the library's target audience, the event will be open to those in their 20s and 30s.Event topics change monthly in response to attendee requests. On May 4, the City of Barrie will be hosting a focus group to get feedback on their Age-Friendly City Plan.