Chilli Eating Contest | Reading Chili Festival | Saturday June 2017

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Reading Chilli Festival Chilli Pepper Eating competition held Saturday 17th June 2017, Reading came out to watch this chilli eating contest, the winner wins £50 (approx $70). With a big crowd in support, here’s how the contestants got on… Be warned scenes of Vomit!
Please note: At 0:39 a deleted scence from further on in the contest appears, this is an edit blooper as we intended it not to be included in the final cut, we have since corrected this and you can enjoy the proper final version on our channel.
Sid Barber, Roger Farr, Jon Hart. Robin Farr Michael Bibby, Ben Tweddle, Dominic & Michael Lyon.
Reading Chilli Festival:

Chillies procured from:
Steve from the Chilli Mash Company
Dan of the Chilli of the Valley
Thanks Dan and Steve 🙂

Our nominated charity is’ it’s in the Bag’ a Testicular cancer awareness charity.
They provide hands-on support for men with testicular cancer in the South-West of the UK, as well as raising awareness of the disease across the region and beyond.
It’s in the Bag is run by a group of testicular cancer survivors with support from specialist National Health Service staff.
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Longview Chapter Young Adults June 27, 2014 YYA Tx Mass Choir 19th Anniversary

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Texas Mass Choir Youth and Young Adults 19th Anniversary hosted by the Longview Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America and Galilee Baptist Church, 1301 S High Street, Longview, Texas. Rev J.B. Dunlap Pastor. Guest Clinician Professor Craig Hayes. Jo Ann Templeton Longview Chapter Rep. Kenneth Butler Texas Mass Choir President.

Durham City Council June 18, 2018

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Meeting starts at 1:53
Moment of Silent Meditation starts at 2:12
Pledge of Allegiance starts at 2:30
Roll Call starts at 3:05
Neighbor Spotlight Recipient – Recognition of Estella Bell starts at 3:58
Proclamation Honoring Duke’s Baseball Tem starts at 8:11
History Moment Presented by Eddie Davis starts at 13:36
Announcements by Council starts at 24:42
Priority Items by the City Manager, City Attorney and City Clerk starts at 24:54
Consent Agenda starts at 25:12
31. Tire Mulch Report starts at 40:56
42. Consolidated Annexation for 3112 Blue Hill Lane starts at 58:06
43. Consolidated Annexation for JC Electric Initial starts at 1:03:44
44. Sycamore Street Closing starts at 1:14:38
45. Zoning Map Change for Rollingdale starts at 1:20:54 (item continued to August 6 Council meeting)
46. Ordinance Revising the Capital Facility Fees for FY 2018-2019 starts at 2:13:52
51. Drake Avenue and Sovereign Street Closings starts at 2:16:46
52. Bush Drive Street Closing starts at 2:31:23
16. City of Durham Racial Equity Task Force starts at 2:34:32


Bible Study, 14th June 2018, Live With Apostle Johnson Suleman

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PBS NewsHour full episode June 15, 2018

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Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump gives a wide-ranging impromptu interview, putting the GOP’s immigration compromise bill in question. Also: Inside a children’s migrant center in San Diego, two North Korean defectors discuss Trump’s dealing with Kim Jong Un, beating back the AIDS epidemic in the South, a sexual abuse scandal shakes Chile’s Catholic Church, plus Shields and Brooks.

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How I Got Over – Frank Williams Sings (June 25, 1947-March 22, 1993)

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Frank Williams Sings (June 25, 1947-March 22, 1993) Release Date: June 22, 1993

There is just so much to say about a man whose legacy will withstand the test of time. A man whose love for the Lord needs no other description except for his life’s work. Franklin Delano Williams was such a man. He was a man of kindness, compassion, depth, wisdom, direction, spirituality and love.

The road down gospel music stardom started for Frank at the young age of five. He was born and raised in the small town of Smithdale, Mississippi. Who would have ever thought that young Frank Williams would grow up to become one of gospel music’s most renowned artists, producers, and promotion executives.

Frank’s career as an artist included the following groups: The Southern Gospel Singers, The Williams Brothers, and The Jackson Southernaires. Frank was a member of the first two groups during the late ’50s and the early ’60s. He and his brother Huey united with The Jackson Southernaires in 1964. At that time the group was signed with Duke/Peacock Records. Their first recording Too Late became one of the company’s biggest sellers. From 1972-1975, the group was signed to the ABC/Dunhill label where their two albums, Look Around and Save My Child were both charted nationally. Since the group desired to be closer to home, they signed with Malaco Records of Jackson, Mississippi. With this merging, a pivotal point in the lives of both Frank and The Southernaires was reached.

The Southernaires became the standard bearer for Malaco Gospel music with the release of their album Down Home. Other albums followed that propelled their career into the main spotlight. The group soon went on to receive a Grammy nomination for Teddy Bear (1979), nominations from the Stellar Awards and The Gospel Music Workshop of America as Traditional Male Group of The Year (1985-1986), the GMWA Traditional Male Group of The Year (1987-1989), and a Stellar Award for the same category (1989).

In 1979, Frank became the Executive Producer and Director of Gospel Promotion at Malaco Records and remained there until his homegoing. One of his accolades was the forming of the Mississippi Mass Choir in 1988. Five weeks after the release of their first album, Billboard Magazine certified it as the Number One Spiritual Album in the country. The choir has gone on to collect most every major award possible.

Notwithstanding every major accomplishment, Frank considered his acceptance of Jesus Christ as the highlight of his life. According to Frank, “Nothing else is even in the Top-Forty”.