John Beaucage is an entrepreneur, corporate director and volunteer who served four consecutive terms as the elected chief of Wasauksing First Nation. In October, 2004, he was elected as grand council chief to serve the 42-member First Nations of the Anishinabek Nation, one of Canada’s oldest First Nations political organizations.
“It has been wonderful for our small library to have the support it does. Every bit helps, and our community loves its library.” Carina Nance is the Director of the 115-year old Earl Park Library in Benton County, Indiana, and she was sharing her excitement with me about the upcoming summer reading program launching June 1st.
Lauren Haller grew up in a family with high expectations. Haller’s great-great-grandfather was an emancipated slave who became a Walker County commissioner and, in 1893, became one of the first African Americans elected to the Texas Legislature.
Pattern Energy embarked on a repowering of its Gulf Wind facility in Kenedy County, Texas last year and recently completed its work. Repowering refers to upgrading the wind turbine technology to produce more energy and extend the life of the facility.