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We are excited to offer you the chance to join us on a community trip we think you will find interesting and fun! Come with us to see the Great Passion Play, Eureka Springs, Thorncrown Chapel, 2 shows in Branson, ride the tram up St. Louis Arch, see the #1 Ark attraction, enjoy the Museum and Planetarium, and experience seeing the well-known and beautiful Kentucky Horse Farm. We welcome you to come with us and travel with friends while making new friends. The fellowship is one of our highlights for us and, we hope, for you too! We will be putting MANY miles on the bus the FULL 6 days but the agenda is FULL! You will have to come home to rest! Price for traveling double is approximately $1,150. Single, triple and quad adjustments can be made. Included in the cost are; roundtrip transportation, tour director duration of the trip, 5 nights hotel accommodations, 5 continental breakfasts and 4 dinners. It's a great deal! Give it some thought! We have 2 weeks to promote this meeting so PLEASE share on your facebook page. Share with your church and your friends. This is our best way to get the informations out. We, also, would like to update our email list, so ALL interested in this or any future trips please send your email address to Jane at [email protected] or Denise at [email protected] Hope to hear from you!
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In 1978, Edward DeBartolo purchased the National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins. and established DeBartolo York as owner and President. She presided over the Penguins 1990–91 championship season, and was the third woman to serve as President of a Stanley Cup winning team. In 1991, the year following the championship, she sold the Penguins to assist the DeBartolo Corporation, which was facing challenges in the aftermath of the real estate collapse of 1987. In 2000, DeBartolo York and her husband gained control of the 49ers and other sporting assets from her brother, Edward J. DeBartolo, Jr. She and her husband have since given over control of the 49ers to their son, Jed York.