Lurgybrack National School took part in the Lurgybrack three and five kilometres run on Monday the 20th of May. It was a fun event in which the Lurgybrack community all came together and took part in for the national school.The schools’ Rory Reynolds thanked everyone involved. He said “A huge thank you to the Parents’ Association and school staff that organised the event. A huge thank you to Gavin and Terence at Diver’s Hyundai who kindly sponsored the event and allowed the use of their premise.”The money raised from the event will go towards new PE equipment for the school.Pic Special: Lurgybrack community enjoy run for National School was last modified: May 21st, 2019 by Caitlin LairdShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Klay Thompson subscribes. You can too for just 11 cents a day for 11 months + receive a free Warriors Championship book. Sign me up!The Warriors’ star limped to the podium. Once Stephen Curry sat down, he let off some steam. The top-seeded Warriors had just beaten the eighth-seeded Los Angeles Clippers in a six-game first-round playoff series through a nearly two-week span. To Curry, though, it lasted seemingly much longer.“These six games felt like it was two months,” Curry said, “in terms …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio was represented at the 89th National FFA Convention and Expo by 16 finalists in the National FFA Proficiency competition. The contest revolves around the work done through a Supervised Agricultural Experience, otherwise known as an SAE.We came across several of these finalists in Indianapolis. Watch the video below as several of them recap each of their projects and the work that’s gone into it so far.Proficiency winners from Ohio were:Agriscience Research—Plant Systems Mariah Joy CoxMariah Joy Cox of the Zane Trace FFA Chapter in Chillicothe, Ohio, has participated in science fairs since the fourth grade and found that she enjoyed the scientific research process and sharing her results with the judges. Her SAE research has focused on three projects, all related to plant science. She first identified properties of potato starch and their applications to plant-based packaging. Secondly, she compared two varieties of raspberries in terms of phenolics and anthocyanins. And finally, she worked in a lab in Hyberabad, India, testing plots of vegetable soybeans. Cox is supported by her parents, Rachel and Paul, and her FFA advisors, Jennifer Johnston and Aaron Miller. This award is sponsored by FMC Corporation, Agricultural Solutions. Beef Production—Entrepreneurship Curtis Mathew HarshCurtis Mathew Harsh of the Buckeye Valley FFA Chapter in Delaware, Ohio, was mentored at a young age by his father and grandfather, learning how to feed, breed, show, and manage beef cattle. Today, he has an SAE that is divided into three entities: cows and calves, embryos and show heifers and replacements. With his cattle, he became the youngest exhibitor at the Ohio State Fair Market Beef Show to win the Showman of Showman Contest. Harsh is supported by his parents, Michele and David, and his FFA advisor, Alex Zimmer. This award is sponsored by Bayer and Rabo AgriFinance. Swine Production—Entrepreneurship Nole GerfenNole Gerfen of the Ridgemont FFA Chapter in Mt. Victory, Ohio, purchased his first gilt at the age of 9 and today owns 25 sows that farrow two and a half times each year, producing 11 pigs per litter. On his farm, he is charged with synchronizing sows, ultrasounding, the administration and recording of medication and more. In addition to his own sows, he manages his parents’ 2,480 sows. Gerfen is supported by his parents, Kim and Steve, and his FFA advisor, Stephanie Jolliff. This award is sponsored by LA-CO Markal. Wildlife Production and Management—Entrepreneurship/Placement Tyler StewartTyler Stewart of the East Clinton FFA Chapter in Lees Creek, Ohio, owns and operates his own quail hunting facility. He is involved in every aspect of the operation – from hatching chicks to releasing the adult quail into a rehabilitated habitat. Starting his business with 300 quail eggs, he currently has more than 2,000 quail that produce an excess of 30,000 eggs. Stewart is supported by his parents, Tracy and Rich, and his FFA advisor, Matt Griffith. This award is sponsored by Yamaha Motor Corporation USA.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th annual meeting in early December, a unique and in-depth display noting the many aspects of OFBF in its rich history was available for visitors to peruse. Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood talks with Keith Stimpert, senior vice president, organization for Ohio Farm Bureau about the display, which can be seen in several places in the following year.
Monaco boss Henry: I talk to Fabregas every two, three daysby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveMonaco boss Thierry Henry has admitted that he would be interested in Cesc Fabregas.It has been suggested in the British and French press that Fabregas is set to leave Chelsea, with a multi-year deal with Monaco touted as the most likely option.And the French club’s manager, who only took over the job earlier this season, would like to have Fabregas in his team.But he has not given any indication that a deal is set to be completed.”You saw like me, there was a standing ovation, tears,” Henry said of Fabregas to reporters. “Since I left Arsenal we talk every two or three days. It hasn’t changed in the last few days. He’s a player that interests all clubs.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say
While there hasn’t been any kind of official update from Ole Miss regarding quarterback Chad Kelly’s status with the team, Rebels fans were given a decent clue Tuesday night. Kelly, who ran into a bit of legal trouble up in Buffalo, New York, back in December, took to Instagram to post a photo of himself practicing inside the school’s Manning Center with two teammates – Tony Bridges and Derrick Jones.Assuming Kelly’s status on the team remains unchanged, he’s expected to compete for a starting job in 2015. He began his career with Clemson back in 2012 before transferring to East Mississippi Community College this past season.
Actress Yvonne Strahovski (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) joined a Sierra Club Outing to Grand Canyon region this weekend with her husband, actor Tim Loden, to experience the wonder of Arizona’s immense national park and to see first-hand the need to permanently protect it.Sierra Club Ambassador Yvonne Strahovski joins Sierra Club Outing to the Grand Canyon“I want my child to be able to explore the wonders of Grand Canyon without the threat of toxic uranium pollution nearby,” said Strahovski, who is currently pregnant with her first child. “Being out in the wild had a profound impact on my upbringing and helped form who I am today. These majestic places should be protected and accessible to everyone.”An avid outdoorswoman, Strahovski is a Sierra Club Ambassador who grew up in Australia spending considerable time in the wild climbing, canyoning, and caving. Two years ago, she vowed to reconnect with nature and has been traveling extensively throughout the U.S. exploring our national parks and public lands, which she often documents on her personal Instagram account.Right now, attempts are underway to allow dangerous uranium and other mining on the public lands surrounding Grand Canyon. There are temporary protections in place that need to be made permanent in order to protect surrounding communities and waterways from radioactive contamination. Our public lands should be protected for public enjoyment and recreation, not sold off to the dirty energy industry.Grand Canyon is the crown jewel of America’s national park system. It is vital to the economy, supports jobs and provides an outdoor experience and connection to nature unlike any other. To learn more about the Sierra Club and its work to protect Grand Canyon and other national parks and monuments, please visit SierraClub.org/OurWildAmerica.
The Saint John’s Health Center Foundation and Irene Dunne Guild’s annual Saint John’s Health Center Gala, themed “The Power of Partnership” this year, honored the people of Saint John’s who make the difference – physicians, researchers, staff, trustees, volunteers and grateful patients – all working together to save lives.David Foster at Saint John’s Health Center GalaNet proceeds will benefit vital programs, services and greatest needs within distinguished areas of excellence at Saint John’s Health Center including cancer, cardiac care, maternal and child health, men’s health, neuroscience, nursing, orthopedics, thoracic surgery and urology. The event was designed by JJLA.Event Host Kym Douglas, Performers David Foster and Ray Parker Jr., Irene Dunne Guild Gala Chair Christina Arechaederra and Dinner Chairs Kathy and John Danhakl, Lynda Oschin and Jerry B. Epstein, Mary and Jay Flaherty, Stella Hall and Jim Fordyce, Martha and David Ho, Robert and Elizabeth Lowe, Teresita and Shelby Notkin, Dominic Ornato, and Donna Schweers and Tom Geiser, Special Guests Jake Borelli (Grey’s Anatomy), Alex Blue Davis (Grey’s Anatomy), Dr. Chester Griffiths, Kathy and Rick Hilton, Dr. Dave Hoon, Dr. Howard Krauss, Nikki Luederitz, RN, Marcel Loh (Chief Executive of Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute), Loni Love (The Real), Dr. John Robertson, Dr. Sherry Ross, Donna Tuttle, Erik Wexler (Chief Executive, Providence St. Joseph Health Southern California), and many more!For more information, visit www.SaintJohnsFoundation.org.
Information will also include how to report the incident in the event you are the victim of a break and enter.All members of the public are invited and encouraged to attend.To access the hall please park in the Kenn Borek Aquatic Centre parking area (north side of the building) and use the lower lobby entrance doors for the building (doors to the right of the aquatic centre entrance)There will be a short question and answer period at the end of the presentation. DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The RCMP are hosting a Break and Enter Prevention presentation.On Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 at 5:00 PM, at the Co-Op Mercer Hall, located on the lower level of the Encana Events Centre.The presentation will cover off preventative tips on how to protect commercial buildings, residential buildings, vehicles and yourselves from becoming the victims of a break and enter.
Ahmedabad: Displaying a ‘show of strength’ in a roadshow in Ahmedabad on Saturday, which congregated prominent faces of the NDA, BJP chief Amit Shah filed his nomination from Gandhinagar Lok Sabha seat on Saturday. From two former party presidents and Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Rajnath Singh to the major party chiefs, Uddhav Thackeray of Shiv Sena, SAD’s Parkash Singh Badal, LJP supremo Ram Vilas Paswan and other senior party leaders from both the state and national, were present. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsShah expressed his gratitude to BJP for making him the party’s national president from a booth president of the same Sardar Patel Statue, where he addressed the rally. The Gandhinagar parliamentary constituency will go to polls in Phase III of the general elections. The current six-time MP from Gandhinagar is BJP patriarch Lal Krishna Advani. However, he has not been given a ticket this coming general elections. But Shah claimed that, “I will make every effort to take Advaniji’s legacy (at Gandhinagar) forward.” Shah also said that he feels proud to be contesting from Gandhinagar parliamentary constituency that has chosen stalwarts like Lal Krishna Advani in the past. Experts feel that amid the scorching heat, the huge participation of people and political galaxy in Shah’s roadshow for 10 km and nomination filing event reminds the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s nomination in 2014. SAD’s chief Parkash Singh Badal mentioned that the party chief of world’s largest party is an institution. Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray said, “past issues between the BJP and his paty had been resolved”.