Softball tournament planned to honor Farmington murder victims
Jenna Pellegrini, shown here with her two children, Blake and Nytalia, in an undated photo, was 32 when she was killed in a double murder in Farmington in January. Her father is putting together a softball tournament to raise money to help stop
This hugely popular prime-time soap opera follows the exploits of the Carringtons and Colbys, both "oilrich" family dynasties in Denver, CO, as they accrue and manipulate power and wealth. Say what you will about Alexis Carrington (the inimitable Joan Collins in her signature role), but not even she at her greedy, manipulative, and scheming worst would have sanctioned the splitting of Dynastys third season into two volumes. And this, mind you, is the woman hell bent on ruining the lives of ex-husband Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) and his "sweet" wife of two years, Krystle (Linda Evans), whom Alexis disdainfully calls, "the once and future secretary." To attain the money and power she needs to put her best laid plans into action, she compels a hospital bed wedding to her barely conscious fiancé, Cecil Colby (Lloyd Bochner), who has suffered a massive coronary ("We have to get back at Blake," she pleads). Later, she will uproot the life of Mark Jennings (Geoffrey Scott), Krystles former husband, from whom surprise, surprise she is not legally divorced. Alexis is the straw that stirs this intoxicating cocktail, but Season Three of this era-defining prime time soap is its most intoxicating yet (and marked the shows emergence for the first time in the Nielsen ratings Top Five). Dynasty distinguished itself from Dallas by putting business on the back burner, and turning up the heat on its characters outrageous private lives. As the season begins, Jeff (John James) and Fallons (Pamela Sue Martin) baby is still missing, leading to one of the series all-time great OMG moments, as the undone Claudia (Pamela Bellwood) clutching what is apparently the baby, accidentally sends it plummeting off a rooftop. The biggest development this season is the introduction of Michael Torrence (Gordon Thomson), a Billings, Montana lawyer, who learns on his grandmothers deathbed that he is actually Blake and Alexiss first-born son, Adam Carrington, who was kidnapped as an infant.
This hugely popular prime-time soap opera follows the exploits of the Carringtons and Colbys, both "oilrich" family dynasties in Denver, CO, as they accrue and manipulate power and wealth. In one of this sets two episodes that are absolutely essential for Dynasty fans, Krystle (Linda Evans) and Alexis (Joan Collins) bring it on like "common mud wrestlers" in a titanic lily pond smackdown. This is what OMG looked like in 1982-83. So, where were we? (Its hard to keep track with these split seasons.) Steven is still missing and presumed dead. Jeff (John James) is beginning to show the effects of the toxin that Adam (Gordon Thomson) mixed into the paint used to redecorate his office. The "brilliant, beautiful, and conniving" Alexis is scheming a takeover of Denver-Carrington while trysting with Mark (Geoffrey Scott), Krystles former husband, from whom she is not legally divorced. Sammy Jo (Heather Locklear) is back in town with a vengeance, a new name (Samantha), and her and Stevens son. The stage is set for more instantly addictive serial shenanigans between the feuding Carrington and Colby clans, and the innocent (and not so innocent) bystanders whose lives they impact. Over the course of these remaining 12 episodes, Alexis and Adam, her kidnapped at birth son, form an axis of evil to destroy Blake (John Forsythe). Steven, lo and behold, is alive and in a hospital in Singapore. In another series benchmark episode, "The Mirror," his bandages are dramatically removed to reveal a new face (Jack Coleman replacing Al Corley). Kirby (Kathleen Beller, the Anne Hathaway of her day), butler Josephs daughter, marries Jeff. Good news: Shes pregnant. Bad news: Jeff is not the father. Until that fateful trip to Muldavia, Dynasty excelled at season finales, and this Season Three cliffhanger was one of its best: an apocalyptic cabin inferno that traps natural born enemies Krystle and Alexis. "This is all your fault," Alexis screams. "Every time you come into my life
Michael Pellegrini says that Jenna Pellegrini grew up across the street from the Barrington Youth Association Complex on Smoke Street, where the tournament will be Aug. She was a gifted softball player, and played first base most of the time, Michael Pellegrini said. Jenna Pellegrini played softball for four years at Dover High School, Michael Pellegrini said. Michael Pellegrini said money raised by the tournament will be donated to the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence in Concord and Drug Free NH in Jenna Pellegrini’s and fellow victim Christine Sullivan’s names. Money collected from raffle sales will go to college funds for Jenna Pellegrini’s two children, Blake and Nytalia. “I am doing it to help bring awareness to violence against women and the drug epidemic we have going on,” Michael Pellegrini said Thursday of the round robin, double elimination tournament.
Blake's Best Steak (garlic, olive oil, rosemary, black pepper)
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Peanut Butter Dulce De Leche Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe (powdered sugar, butter, peanut butter, dulce de leche, corn syrup, peanut butter, vanilla extract)
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