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Slugs, MOMS take the throne as 2011 softball champions

Slugs, MOMS take the throne as 2011 softball champions

Last Saturday, a pair of games at Sharpe Field led to championship glory for two of Chautauqua’s eldest softball teams: the MOMS in the women’s league and the Slugs in the men’s league.

The first-place MOMS displayed their dominance over the Boomerangs, ending in a 14-3 win after seven innings. First-place men’s league counterparts the Slugs, on the other hand, slammed their way to victory against the Slamming Cheetahs, 25-22, after a full nine-inning game of big hits and stiff competition.

OFN race draws first-time runners, veterans together

OFN race draws first-time runners, veterans together

Runners readied themselves at a white-painted starting line adjacent to Sports Club’s shuffleboard courts. Yellow and white balloons swayed in the breeze, anchored to the adjacent hedgerow. After a singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” a whistle blew, and a sea of yellow-shirted runners and walkers disappeared down South Lake Drive, heading toward the Youth Activities Center.

Armstrong explores religious development of Iran

Armstrong explores religious development of Iran

“Our fates, from the very beginning, have been tied up with Iran,” Karen Armstrong said.

Armstrong, the recipient of the 2008 TED Prize, decided to use her award to help humanity understand the importance of compassion and emphasize the Golden Rule and its prevalence in major philosophies. She is an author, specializing in world religions; many governments and universities have called upon her expertise.