Federal judge cites lack of standing, dismisses Obama eligibility case
By Linda Bentley | October 21, 2009
CAMDEN, N.J. – On Oct. 20, U.S. District Judge Jerome B. Simandle, for the District of New Jersey, granted defendants’ motion to dismiss the complaint challenging President Barack Hussein Obama’s constitutional eligibility as a “natural born citizen,” filed by Attorney Mario Apuzzo on behalf of Charles F. Kerchner, Jr. and three other plaintiffs on the grounds they lack standing to pursue their claims.
On Fri., Oct. 2 Margean and Chester Schab of Carefree celebrated their 61st Wedding Anniversary at a special dinner with their family.
Konerko Family steps up to bat for Desert Sun
Jennifer Konerko and her husband Paul, who is the first baseman and team captain of the Chicago White Sox, stepped up to bat for the Desert Sun Early Childhood Playground. Extensive improvements were made to the playground, through the generosity of The Konerko Family Charitable Foundation which was recognized with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Diminutive representatives of the preschool classes told the Konerko family how they felt about the playground and presented very special scrapbooks to Jennifer Konerko. “In the life of a preschool child, it all begins on the playground,” says Nancie Schauder. “This playground is an extension of our preschool classroom and we are incredibly grateful to the Konerko family for this gift to all of the children.”