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Syra Sims received a blue ribbon for her Cereal Marshmallow bars.
It would be nice -- and I want it, too -- to chair the Blue Ribbon Committee.
Gordon, the Blue Ribbon panel's chief prober, said on Sunday, however, they still need to fix the date for the initial committee hearing on the Customs fire incident.
He added: "The Blue Ribbon committee can conduct investigations when warranted even if Congress is on recess.
He wasn't the only nominee donning the blue ribbon. Best actress nominee (http://www.ibtimes.com/who-ruth-negga-7-fun-facts-about-best-actress-oscar-nominee-2480523) Ruth Negga also showed off her support for the ACLU.
In early September 2016, the Blue Ribbon Panel, a group of more than 150 scientists, clinicians, patient advocates, and industry representatives convened by the National Cancer Institutes's National Cancer Advisory Board, published its Top 10 recommendations to guide future endeavors of the Cancer Moonshot Initiative.
Marking Blue Ribbon's first non-Japanese project in FiDi, the concept will follow the Blue Ribbon tradition of the "no rules, something for everyone" approach which has guided the Bromberg Brothers since the opening of their ground-breaking original SoHo location.
Strategic Programs represents Colorado as the only blue ribbon winner of the state.
Chamber of Commerce today announced the winners of its annual DREAM BIG Blue Ribbon Small Business Awards(r), recognizing 100 companies for their success and their contributions to America's economic growth and vitality.
Showcasing more than two hundred palate pleasing, appetite satisfying, kitchen cook friendly recipes for dishes that would grace any dining occasion, "Blue Ribbon Baking" by culinary expert Linda Amendt provides beautifully illustrated instructions for baking everything from cookies, cakes, and pies, to breads, scones, and pastries.