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18, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars hosted its tenth annual Light the Fire for Education event last Thursday, September 13, generating nearly $38,000 from sponsors and attendees.
Byline: James Pyman Light The Fire back on song LIGHT THE FIRE had finished a disappointing eight lengths behind Flashmans Papers in the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot, but Brian Meehan's juvenile bounced back with an impressive win in the 5f Dragon Stakes at Sandown, writes James Pyman.
Byline: By Saraband LIGHT The Fire is a watertight selection in the EBF/Emil Adam Maiden Stakes at Leicester today.
A brigade spokeswoman said: "The owner had tried to use a match to light the fire which had then exploded.
It is my hope you will light the fires of imagination and enthusiasm and enable America to continue to prosper through the magnificent mix of talent which diversity provides.
Light the fire, pour yourselves cocoa, and curl around and read MISTLETOE MADNESS.
When guests stay in one of the hotel's 33 suites with working fireplaces, a call to the front desk summons a bell man to light the fire, add the desired aroma and, if requested, also bring a CD or iPod turning the suite into a unique personal getaway.
A Tyne and Wear brigade spokeswoman said: "The owner had tried to use a match to light the fire, which then exploded.