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Glen Cooking Range

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  • A kitchen stove, cooking stove, cookstove or cooker is a kitchen appliance designed for the purpose of cooking food. Kitchen stoves rely on the application of direct heat for the cooking process and may also contain an oven, used for baking.
  • A glen is a valley, typically one that is long, deep, and often glacially U-shaped; or one with a watercourse running through such a valley. The word is Goidelic: gleann in Scottish and Irish Gaelic, glion in Manx. In Manx, glan is also to be found meaning glen. It is cognate with Welsh glyn.
  • a narrow secluded valley (in the mountains)
  • The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) is a non-governmental Irish gay rights group, based in Dublin, Ireland. The organisation was founded in 1988 and focuses mainly on legislation and social policy.
  • A narrow valley

Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire, Scotland. The "Great" poet William McGonagall wrote ........... Beautiful Aberfoyle The mountains and glens of Aberfoyle are beautiful to sight, Likewise the rivers and lakes are sparkling and bright; And its woods were frequented by the Lady of the Lake, And on its Lakes many a sail in her boat she did take. The scenery there will fill the tourist with joy, Because 'tis there once lived the bold Rob Roy, Who spent many happy days with his Helen there, By chasing the deer in the woods so fair. The little vale of Aberfoyle and its beautiful river Is a sight, once seen, forget it you'll never; And romantic ranges of rock on either side Form a magnificent background far and wide. And the numerous lochs there abound with trout Which can be had for the taking out, Especially from the Lochs Chon and Ard, There the angler can make a catch which will his toil reward. And between the two lochs the Glasgow Water Works are near, Which convey water of Loch Katrine in copious streams clear To the inhabitants of the Great Metropolis of the West, And for such pure water they should think themselves blest. The oak and birch woods there are beautiful to view, Also the Ochil hills which are blue in hue, Likewise the Lake of Menteith can be seen far eastward, Also Stirling Castle, which long ago the English beseiged very hard. Then away to Aberfoyle, Rob Roy's country, And gaze on the magnificent scenery. A region of rivers and mountains towering majestically Which is lovely and fascinating to see. But no words can describe the beautiful scenery. Aberfoyle must be visited in order to see, So that the mind may apprehend its beauties around, Which will charm the hearts of the visitors I'll be bound. As for the clachan of aberfoyle, little remains but a hotel, Which for accomodation which will suit the traveller very well. And the bedding thereis clean and good, And good cooks there to cook the food. Then away to the mountains and lakes of bonnie Aberfoyle, Ye hard-working sons and daughters of daily toil; And traverse its heathery mountains and viewits lakes so clear, When the face of Nature's green in the spring of the year.
Fairfax County Supervisor John Cook at Braddock Glen, an Adult Day Health Care Program
Fairfax County Supervisor John Cook at Braddock Glen, an Adult Day Health Care Program
Fairfax County Supervisor John Cook presents DSP Recognition Proclamation to Joe Downey and to other participating Program Assistants at the Braddock Glen Adult Day Health Center. Braddock District Supervisor John Cook joined the Braddock Glen Adult Day Health Center in honoring the Direct Support Professionals who work tirelessly to support older adults in our community. The Center is one of six operated by the Fairfax County Health Department that provide assistance to older adults who have age-related disabilities. This daily support helps older adults to continue living with their families instead of moving to a nursing home. Each center provides a wide range of activities designed to promote wellness and physical well-being. After being welcomed to the Braddock Glen Center, Supervisor Cook donned adaptive attire that gave him a sense of age-related limitations and took a seat in a wheel chair. He then courageously walked - rather, rolled - for more than 20 minutes in the life of a Center participant. He played volleyball, contributed to a group cross word puzzle, and assembled a picture puzzle with the support of one of the center’s personal assistants. After shedding his adaptive attire, Supervisor Cook praised the work of the DSPs employed at the Center and presented them individually with copies of the Board of Supervisors’ Recognition Proclamation. After the ceremony, Supervisor Cook mingled with guests, staff, and participants to share cake and refreshments, and to celebrate the importance of the Center’s DSPs to the ADHC program.

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