A Different Side of Cary Grant - CBS Sunday Morning - 2-5-12

Cary <b>Grant</b> was the delimitation of debonair - Hollywood&#39;s ultimate leading man. Now, a quarter-century after his death, we&#39;re seeing ...

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  • Local briefcase for March 17

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    Glenna Wortman-Obie has been appointed to the principle of director of communications for Intermountain children’s services. Wortman-Obie holds a master’s limit in communications and public relations from Michigan State University and a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Fantabulous Falls. She has been employed by Intermountain for over five years as manager of the Intermountain President’s Council, a volunteer classification dedicated to supporting the work of Intermountain. Previously, she was stewardship manager at the Diocese of Helena and served a as regards as Jefferson County Commissioner. Wortman-Obie will be directing the positioning, branding, strategic messaging and media relations for the intervention which has offices in Helena, Butte, Great Falls and Kalispell. She will be located in Intermountain’s new Community Services Center at 3240 Dredge Enterprise and may be reached at 442-7920.

    Carrie Reynolds has joined the Intermountain staff as the manager of the President’s Council. She is a graduate of Montana Delineate University with a degree in home economics and business. In her previous positions, Reynolds was the state vendor coordinator for the Montana WIC Program and fountain-head involvement and volunteer services coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Development Council Head Start Program. She also serves on the trustees of Helena Food Share.

    Does anybody know if the band Aneiki (with Jennifer Waite and Grant Willis) are still recording?

    most popular song - Pleased To Meet You


    currently their website is gone and all the rumour i can find is dated in '02 or such. pretty safe bet that they're inactive right now

    too bad, i liked them too.


    currently their website is gone and all the advice i can find is dated in '02 or such. pretty safe bet that they're inactive right now

    too bad, i liked them too.

    where can i find grants for people whoes names are jennifer?

    looking for a grant so i can finisjh my educational institution year and be able to pay for it


    Grants are not based on names! Go to your style and they will be able to get you the info and forms you need to fill out for grants you may qualify for.

    Why is Jennifer Aniston always the wife or girlfriend of a very famous actor in her movies?

    Like in:
    Bruce Almighty - Jim Carrey
    The Proficient Girl - Jake Gyllenhaal
    Along Came Polly - Ben Stiller
    The Break-Up - Vince Vaughn
    Marley & Me - Owen Wilson
    Young lady Happens - Aaron Eckhart


    Isn't she a maker/director of her own company? I would think she could create roles for herself that isn't as forgettable as the ones she's been in. I have a hard time remembering the privilege of her movies unless someone tells me who the co-star is.

    Jennifer Grant - Bookshelf


    Good Stuff, A Reminiscence of My Father, Cary Grant
    179 pages
    Good Stuff, A Reminiscence of My Father, Cary Grant

    The daughter of the Tow-haired Age Hollywood celebrity recounts her childhood with her retired father, describes his relationships with other famous people and remembers his dying in her late teens, sharing their personal correspondences and ...
    About this book
    Jennifer Grant is the only youngster of Cary Grant, who was, and continues to be, the epitome of all that is elegant, sophisticated, and deft. Almost half a century after Cary Grant's retirement from the wall, he remains the quintessential romantic comic movie star. He stopped making movies when his daughter was born so that he could be with her and hoist her, which is just what he did. Good Stuff is an enchanting portrait of the profound and loving relationship between a daughter and her pater, who just happens to be one of America's most iconic male movie stars.Cary Grant's own personal minority archives were burned in World War I, and he took painstaking care to ensure that his daughter would have an accurate record of her original life. In Good Stuff, Jennifer Grant writes of their life together through her high school and college years until Grant's extirpation at the age of eighty-two. Cary Grant had a happy way of living, and he gave that to his daughter. He invented the phrase “most luxurious stuff”...

    Love You More, The Divine Surprise of Adopting My Daughter
    224 pages
    Love You More, The Divine Surprise of Adopting My Daughter

    Sections file: A Whisper The Waiting Learning to Know In Love You More, Jennifer describes the way she feels God has brought her family together and completed it with the adoption of her daughter.
    About this book
    A Intoxicating Memoir on Parenthood and the Invisible Threads that Bind Us to Those We Are Meant to Love The obstacles, surprises, and moments of seemliness that Jennifer Grant experienced, working through the adoption process to bring home her daughter from Guatemala, forever changed her being. Love You Moretells Grant's deeply personal story of adopting her daughter, Mia. The process confronted her notions about what m means, pushed her into uncomfortable places, and-despite the waiting, adjustments, and challenges of a blended one's own flesh-brought abiding joy. Written for all parents but especially those interested in adoption,Love You Moreincludes deliberation questions, tips for prospective adoptive parents, and suggestions for readers on how to reach out in love and aid for the world's most vulnerable people, including orphans. "From page one of her courageously vulnerable, intoxicatingly jocular memoir about faith and family, Jennifer Grant finds the God of grace in each pot of macaroni and...

    MOMumental, Adventures in the Messy Art of Raising a Family
    256 pages
    MOMumental, Adventures in the Messy Art of Raising a Family

    MOMumental is a foray into the enormously amusing, ingenious, and taxing process of raising a family and a starkly honest memoir that mothers everywhere can identify with.
    About this book
    A longtime former author for the Chicago Sun-Times and now a columnist for the Chicago Tribune, Jennifer Grant is no stranger to the common reader. MOMumental is a foray into the enormously amusing, inventive, and taxing process of raising a family and a starkly honest memoir that mothers everywhere can identify with. With anecdotal that is chock-full of humorous, poignant stories drawn from her everyday adventures as a mother and wife, Grant presents an interesting and inspirational book that will give readers uncommon insights about being an intentional parent.