County Fair

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  • The County Fair

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    sky. You can see the different coloured lights a mile off, luminous yellows, greenspi8nks, reds and blue. When you get into the grounds, it takes you five minuets to read the words they’re spelling out, that is if you don’t go to fairs often, I could tell you what each ride is just at a glance. When you get off the Waltzers or the Holly-Wood, you want something to eat, and you discover it’s “ONE POUND FIFTY FOR A PORTION OF CHIPS?”. They are all scabby and bruised

  • Everyone Should Go to the County Fair!

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    Everyone Should Go to the County Fair! If you've been to the County Fair before, there's no reason for you to keep reading this. You already know how much fun it is. You don't need to be convinced. You're already going back. You can stop reading right now, go buy your pre-sale tickets, and get the car packed up and ready to go. But you, yes, you, what's your excuse for not having been to the past 156 County Fairs? Oh, "I wasn't born 156 years ago," you say? That's no excuse. You're just

  • Descriptive Essay Example: Livestock Sale at the County Fair

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    Livestock Sale at the County Fair Every year I get this feeling. The knots in my stomach are pulled tighter every time I pass through the narrow rock arch labeled with an aged sign reading, Welcome to the Delta County Fair Grounds. My eyes peer into the distance, and like every year, the park is full of commotion and energy. Kids swinging on the swings, teenagers showing off their new school clothes while sitting on the chipped green tables eating mazzo dogs, and the various types of food stands

  • The Montgomery County Fairgrounds

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    Montgomery County Fairgrounds “When people arrived in the morning on the 17th there was a display of horses, cattle and farm products” (Drury 807). “The first Montgomery County Agricultural Fair was held in Dayton at Swaynie’s Hotel on East First Street October 17th and 18th, 1839” (Drury 807). 1853, the state fair was held on Washington Street, the same year the county fair was held there (Drury 807) then in 1874, “the Southern Ohio Fair Association began having fairs on the Montgomery County Fairgrounds

  • Performance Management System

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    Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) is a public organization that has five divisions with over 200 employees responsible for delivering numerous programs to the community, which protect and prevent individuals from harmful diseases (Boulder County, 2011). Their mission is: “Boulder County Public Health shall protect, promote, and enhance the health and well-being of all people and the environment in Boulder County (Boulder County, 2011, ¶ 1).” In an effort to standardize the employee evaluation

  • Dispute Resolution

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    the natural progression of communication with managers, supervisors, human resources and McGraw-Hill’s corporate Equal Employment Opportunity department. McGraw-Hill created another resolution avenue through its voluntary FAIR (Fast and Impartial Resolution) Program. The FAIR Program was established in 1995, under the directive of Chief Executive Officer Joseph L. Dionne. According to Dionne, “It was time to supplement the open-door policy with a formal, in-house alternative dispute resolution program

  • Hiring Teachers

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    yet, I know that even just four years ago these were the basic procedures that Duval County used for hiring teachers and other personnel. They did do some college fairs to attract attention and get a pool of people interested. I was hired through the local college fair, and the only step I was able to skip was step three. Other than college fairs there was no real recruitment that I am aware of, in my county. Many of these ancient ways of recruiting in modern times are not working. “The U.S

  • Updated Workplan

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    The purpose of this project to keep the local parks of Essex County clean, safe and reliable, ensure all people specifically students of Essex County can enjoy and participate in physical/sports activities, and generate revenue for the County by selling locally planted crops grown in the parks. A proper maintenance system will be established for Essex County Parks. The Jersey Cares volunteers will serve as the core group of volunteers assisting in this project. A Saturday mid-morning clean up project

  • Pros and Cons of Sequestering Trial Juries

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    should be sequestered. Kobe Bryant is a very high profile athlete with many supporters as well as those who believe he is guilty. A sequestered jury would benefit both the prosecution and defense. The isolation of the jury would help to ensure a fair trial by preventing exposure to prejudicial publicity. In a jury trial, the evidence the jurors use to render a verdict should come only from the prosecution and defense. Such evidence is protected by the "Rules of Evidence" enforced by the judge

  • Gideon’s Failed Solution for Retributivism’s Justification of Punishment

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    system to dole out fair and equitable punishment was greatly diminished. Hugo Black in dissent in Betts v. Brady perhaps best summarizes the problem writing that the current practice of not providing counsel to the poor, “cannot be reconciled with ‘common and fundamental ideas of fairness and right,’ which subjects innocent men to increased dangers of conviction merely because of their poverty” (Betts). Without adequate legal counsel the ability for a person to receive a fair trial was greatly