Peter Pan’s Allison Williams Talks Living With Christopher Walken

first_imgAllison Williams took a break from Peter Pan Live! rehearsals on Long Island to stop by The Tonight Show on November 17, where she discussed sharing a hotel with the swiniest swine in the world: Christopher Walken. Apparently, both are taking their character development incredibly seriously, even down to their lunch orders. Williams, who will play the titular Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, ordered “a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, because I’m American and I’m not dumb.” Walken, preparing to take on the role of Captain Hook, had something more nautical in mind: two pounds of smoked salmon. We’d totally be pirates if it meant unlimited lox. Take a look at the clips below, including Jimmy Fallon’s flying lesson from Williams herself! You can see her take flight live on December 4. View Commentslast_img read more

Williston’s Newest Daycare Center Now Enrolling!

first_imgReady, Set, Go is dedicated to providing the highest quality developmental care for each child in a stimulating, secure, and caring, learning environment. The staff establishes positive personal interaction, nurturing each childs growth and education. Individuality is acknowledged and respected as each child explores a child-centered environment at his or her own pace. Our teachers implement a cue-based or child-centered philosophy to create a program that is responsive to all children in the group. The curriculum is designed to involve children in experiences to enhance language, literature, music and movement, art, and socialization. Through play, all areas of development are fostered. A strong sense of identity and competence are developed as children are helped to feel good about themselves, their abilities, and uniqueness.We are currently accepting enrollment for ages 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Please feel free to call or email us for more information or for a tour! 802-865-8007 readysetgovt@comcast.net(link sends e-mail)last_img read more

Hood, Harper confirmed to NCUA Board

first_img continue reading » The Senate yesterday approved the nominations of Rodney Hood and Todd Harper to serve on the NCUA Board; they were cleared by voice vote.“NAFCU congratulates Rodney Hood and Todd Harper on being confirmed to the NCUA Board,” said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. “Both possess a strong understanding of the industry, and with Chairman Mark McWatters, we are confident the board will continue to be a strong, independent regulator for credit unions.”Hood previously served on the board from 2005-2010 and will fill a six-year term that will expire in 2023. This seat will replace Board Member Rick Metsger, whose term expired in August 2017 but had indicated he would serve until his replacement had been confirmed. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrcenter_img NCUA headquarterslast_img read more