May 29, 2015

Published On May 29, 2015 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1C-K Police officers will come together for a head-shaving event at the Downtown Chatham Centre tonight at 7pm.

Everyone is welcome to watch and are encouraged to sponsor an officer as they raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society.

2walk a mileWalk a Mile in Her Shoes for the Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre, the men’s march against violence is this Sunday at the Downtown Chatham Centre.

Opening ceremony at 12:30, with walk beginning at 1pm. Check out the website for more details.

3The Scripps National Spelling Bee ended in a tie last year, which hadn’t happened for 52 years.

But yesterday, it happened again. 13-year-old Vanya Shivashankar and 14-year-old Gokul Venkatachalam were co-champions.

Vanya’s final word was “scherenschnitte.” It means scissor cuts in German, and is the art of paper cutting design.

Gokul’s final word was “nunatak.” It means a hill or mountain that has been completely encircled by a glacier.

4.Google Maps is adding a feature in a few months that lets you get turn-by-turn directions, even if you’re offline.

You have to be online to download the maps, but then you can still get directions if you lose service.

Since its launch in 2005, users needed to have a Web connection to use its features, which include mapping and directions, among others. (more…)

5Now you can actually claim you read Playboy for the articles. Thanks to that whole Internet thing, they’re cutting down on the nudity.

The CEO says, “Full nudity does not need to be the bedrock of this brand. It’s much more about lifestyle and entertainment.” (more…)

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