In the wake of the 2016 death of former US Senator Merrick Garland, the US Senate has debated whether to nominate Merrick’s successor, Senator Jeff Merkley. 

However, the Merkleys own and former president are not in a position to speak publicly about their plans for the sport.

Instead, the two parties have formed an association called the Meridians Sports Club, which aims to promote the sport as part of the national curriculum. 

“The goal of the Merids is to make sure that kids understand what meridian means, and that they know how to play the sport,” said Sarah Hickey, a Meridian who helped form the club.

“It’s really about showing the sport is not just for white people.”

The Meridias Sports Club will hold its first competition at Meridiah Arena on February 20. 

It is a one-day event where teams will compete for prizes of up to $500.

“We want to make the sport more accessible and more accessible for kids, and we’re not going to do it on a black-and-white basis,” Hickey said.

The Merids have also launched a website that lets fans learn more about the sport and how they can get involved. 

They hope to have the site up and running by March 1.

“As we get closer to the competition, we’ll do the first online training sessions,” Higgs said.

“That will give kids an opportunity to get a taste of what it’s like to compete in a game of meridian.”

Higgs is the vice president of the sports club.

The club’s president, Ben Higgs, said he wanted to make Meridans sports more inclusive.

“There are some people that think it’s about race, but that’s not it at all,” Higgses said.

“We think it has to be about something that’s good for kids to get involved in, and a sport that is fun for them to be part of.”

They need to see it for what it is, and not think it is some sort of race baiting.

“I think we’re going to have a lot of fun at the competition. 

There’s going to be some really talented kids there.” 

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