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Monetary donations can be made through your District Treasurer by placing on the reverse of cheques 'MD Disaster Fund'.attack in which 22 people lost their lives and which left 119 people suffering a range of injuries which will affect the rest of their lives.The club is pleased to offer full membership to athletes of any ability from 10 years old upwards. Details on how to join the club - for athletes from 10 to as old as you like - can be found by going to our membership pages.We take part in all the athletic disciplines involved in track and field, cross-country running and road running and have a beginners' running group too for people who've never tried anything like this before. We are able to provide most activities most of the time, but our ability to do that is limited by the availability of volunteers.Before we find out whether FX's "The People v. O. Sneaking in to the happy hour timeslot abandoned by NBC on the night before the Emmys, this is Saturday's hot ticket.J. Simpson" will top FX's "Fargo," whether Beyonce will make an Emmys appearance for "Lemonade" (she plays in Northern California the night before), or which of host Jimmy Kimmel's skits will go viral, Hollywood has a lot of Emmy partying on its plate. President John Landgraf and company have 56 nominations, so beyond pin-drop moments of "Shall I take off my watch and jewelry?

(Nathan Rabin did include it on his Top 15.) The Billy Crystal/Bette Midler movie Parental Guidance also wasn’t screened in time, so consider that our invisible #21. The title refers to the older brother’s fervent hope that a nearby volcano will erupt, forcing his family to reunite.

Our young athletes sections are currently full and we have a waiting list but senior membership is open.

If you wish to join the club, or go onto the waiting list, please go to our membership page and check what is the best approach for you.

From the gut-wrenching, step-by-step chronology of the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad to seafaring cultists practicing Scientology-like rituals in the wake of World War II to the 16th president twisting arms over the passing of the 13th Amendment, the best films of 2012 brought history to life with an extraordinary scrupulousness that still left room for vivid artistic expression.

But searching for patterns in a best-of list like the one below does little justice to the films’ diversity and unruliness, and the many wondrous places movies took viewers this year, including the haunted landscapes of Turkey (Once Upon A Time In Anatolia) and Georgia (The Loneliest Planet), revitalized twists on the slasher (The Cabin In The Woods) and noir (Killer Joe) genres, and two vastly different takes on what love really means (Amour, The Deep Blue Sea).