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The Pearls: Lizzie Sorkin

Born and raised in California, Lizzie Sorkin decided to follow her dad’s footsteps and graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology from the School of Film and Animation in 2007. During her studies in Rochester, she was introduced to so many opportunities that opened the door for her. At one point, she took a break from school and studied abroad with Semester at Sea in the Fall of 2002. She has participated in the Deaflympics as a goalkeeper for the US Deaf Women’s National Soccer team in Australia and won the Gold. She is known for being the first Deaf woman to be a student government president at a predominately hearing University with close to 18,000 students. Lizzie enjoys stamping the pages in her passport, reading, and making quirky videos. Her parents eventually moved closer to the District of Columbia where Lizzie now resides, and enjoys frequent visits to local DC venues! Currently, she is an employee at Gallaudet University in the Academic Technology Video Services department. Lizzie is also pursuing a Master’s in the Administration and Supervision program with the focus in Student Affairs at Gallaudet University, graduating in May 2011.

The Awesome Destructive Powers of Atoms!

Genesis chapter one is not written in scientific terms. It is clear enough for everyone to read and understand that God is the Creator who created everything. When studying science, we are blown away by advanced complexity of His design. Genesis 1:3 tells us that He created light. We all know that light is actually energy. This vlog describe how much power God put in energy.

Coq au vin

Recipe:
1 TBSP Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 whole chicken (2-3 pounds) cut into pieces
1 TBSP sea salt
¼ tsp ground black pepper
¼ tsp garlic powder
1 ½ cups red wine
1 ½ cups chicken stock
1 small onion chopped
1 TBSP corn starch
1/3 cup water

1. Heat oil in large skillet over med high heat. Season chicken with salt, pepper and garlic. Sautee until brown 5-7 mins
2. Place wine in shallow dish or bowl. Dip chicken into wine one at a time. Return to skillet. Add remaining wine, stock, and onion. Stir and reduce to medium.
3. Cover to cook 30 minutes until chicken is no longer pink.
4. A small bowl of mixture from skillet then add corn starch and water into a mixture bowl. Add the small mixture bowl into skillet and cover for 2 to 3 minutes.
5. Serve

How to Request a Copy of Your Tax Return

Taxpayers can request a transcript or an entire copy of their tax return from the IRS by Internet, telephone or regular mail.

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