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  Lupus fundraiser

   A “Walk in the Park” fundraiser to raise awareness for lupus will take place Saturday, May 1, at Longview Park in Meridian Ranch. The 3K check-in begins at 10 a.m. and the walk begins at 11 a.m. The fee for adults is $35 and for youth (age 10-16) $20. There is no charge for participants under 10 years old.
   
   Refreshments and water will be provided, along with a goodie bag containing a disposable mask, a lupus awareness wrist band, hand sanitizer wipe, pencil, sticker, sucker and lupus awareness material. A raffle and silent auction (that includes homemade quilts and gift baskets and much more) and face painting and other activities will take place as well.
   
   For more information and advance registration, visit http://support.lupus.org/goto/Christine_Stearns-Houde and click on Join Christine’s.
   
   All proceeds go to the Lupus Foundation of America.
   
   Lupus manifests itself as chronic inflammation that occurs when white blood cells produced to fight off infections do not retreat and then attack healthy tissues and organs. Lupus can affect many different body systems, including joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs.
   
   Lupus affects 1.5 million Americans. Money from fundraisers goes to research, new treatments and awareness. There is no cure, but medical treatments can help to control the disease.
  
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  UFO sighting
  By Bill Tressler of Ramah

   It was unidentified. It was flying (at least floating). And it was definitely an object. Those three criteria meet the definition of a UFO, so what my wife and I filmed over the beautiful hamlet of Falcon was a bonafide UFO.
   
   Not only did we see it and film it on March 6, my wife posted it on YouTube. The footage, which runs about three-and-a-half minutes total, shows the shaky, sometimes steady, image of a singular seemingly metallic object hovering motionless over the Falcon sky. It was our first day-time sighting. (We have seen a bevy of strange nocturnal lights over our farm in Ramah throughout the years there). This recent footage is laced with nervous humorous conversations and a few choice expletives (our apologies). What can't be disputed is how weird the object is.
   
   It doesn’t appear to have been a conventional aircraft, a drone, a hot air or mylar balloon, nor some wayward piece of random floating debris. For all intentions, what we filmed was a UFO. Although, that is not to say it was an extraterrestrial spacecraft. But it was definitely weird. What's weirder still is how the posted footage took off and gained a life of its own. As of now, our three-and-a-half minute clip has been featured on the YouTube UFO site Mavi777, as well as a Mexican-based UFO channel, Ovnis Actualis — that live-streamed footage appeared March 7. Plus, there has already been other requests for permission to use our footage on a variety of YouTube channels, including another one based in Mexico.
   
   In closing, I say, keep your eyes to the sky, and your minds open. You'll never know just what you might see — or film.
  
This UFO hovered over the Falcon sky on March 7. Photos by William and Jennifer Tressler
 
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