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AHS Honors Luncheon

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis “The children of today are the future of tomorrow”, and today the Alpena Rotary Club honored those students and their scholarly achievements.28 seniors were in attendance, all possessing impressive grade point averages. The lowest a 3.99, and the highest a 4.2. All of the students have big plans this fall as they take the next step in their educational journey. The Students announced their plans to attend various colleges and universities.Guest speaker Michael J. Kelly left the seniors with wise words as he took the stage.“You’re obviously leaders, so it’s up to you to make a better world,” said Kelly.Kelly also reminded students that the only place that success comes before work, is in the dictionary. Congratulations seniors!AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Diabetes & Physical FitnessNext Hinks 5th Graders ‘Coins for Cops’ Raises $1,000 for ‘Trooper Memorial Fund’last_img read more

Broward County judge suspended for grabbing fellow employee by the neck and shaking them

first_imgThe Florida Supreme Court has made the decision to suspend Broward County Circuit Judge Vegina Hawkins without pay after she was seen on surveillance video grabbing a courthouse employee by the neck and shaking them.The decision was made Friday by the supreme court for the incident which occurred on June 11th.According to the report, Judge Hawkins became upset with the employee for not bringing her, her papers before a hearing that was scheduled later that day.The Investigative Panel of the Commission began investigating the incident after Hawkins brought it to their attention once she found out a complaint had been filed against her.Hawkins told investigators that she did not put her hands on the employee but rather invaded his personal space. After she was shown the video of the incident she admitted to briefly touching the individual but said she felt like she had a friendly relationship with the individual and she did not mean any harm by it.The commission, however, did not believe Hawkins actions towards the employee were in a manner of play:“The Investigative Panel of the Commission does not find Judge Hawkins’ testimony that she was ‘calm’ and ‘not at all angry’ credible, and having reviewed the statements and video evidence, the Panel does not believe that her actions were in ‘jest,’” the recommendation for suspension said. “The Panel is further concerned by Judge Hawkins inability to understand that even in jest, her conduct was wholly inappropriate.”Attorney David Bogenschutz who represented Hawkins wrote back stating that his client took full responsibility for her actions during her hearing and that he believed the punishment was too harsh considering the judges “spotless” background:“She has an unblemished career as a prosecutor and private practitioner, as well as a police officer,” he wrote. “She has been a circuit court judge, at the time of this incident, for approximately six months, beginning what, for all intents and purposes, appears to be an outstanding career on the Circuit Court of the 17th Judicial Circuit.”The supreme court has since reached a decision to suspend the judge without pay.Read formal charges here.last_img read more

Black man dies after encounter with Minneapolis police “I can’t breathe”

first_imgThe FBI is opening up an investigation after a fatal encounter on Monday between Minneapolis police and an unarmed black man.On Tuesday police released a statement saying the man had a medical incident during an attempted arrest. However, in the video posted by Darnella Frazier on Facebook it is clear that an officer was using unnecessary force with his knee on the man’s neck for at least seven minutes. You can hear the man say “I can’t breathe” several times before he loses consciousness.The man was identified by family as George Floyd.According to Minneapolis police, the encounter between Floyd and officers happened shortly after 8 p.m. Monday, when police were called to the 3700 block of Chicago Avenue South on a report of a man allegedly attempting to use a fake check at Cup Foods.When officers arrived they found Floyd in a car near the store, and he appeared to be intoxicated, police said.When officers told him to step out of the vehicle, he got out, and police say he physically resisted officers.Minneapolis Police spokesman said “Officers were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and officers noticed that the man was going into medical distress.” An ambulance arrived and took Floyd to Hennepin Healthcare, where he later died, police say.In the video that went viral overnight, it shows the white officer pressing his knee into Floyd’s neck behind a squad car. Floyd is seen unarmed, not resisting arrest, yet the officer does not take his knee of his neck. After about five minutes, Floyd stops moving and appears unconscious. Bystanders beg the officer to stop using so much force and to check Floyd’s pulse. The officer on Floyd’s neck does not lift his knee until medical personnel arrive even though he was already unconscious.Leaders in Minnesota are calling for the officers involved to be held accountable A protest being organized by a number of local activist groups, including the Minneapolis NAACP, Communities Against Police Brutality, and Black Lives Matter Twin Cities is planned for Tuesday night at the scene of the incident.last_img read more

Centenary club seeks to inspire 100 girls

first_img “It is great to see a club with such a long and distinguished history taking such a proactive approach to the long-term future not only of their own club, but for the sport in general. A Cheshire club which celebrates its 100th year in 2020 is aiming to introduce 100 girls to the game of golf in the run-up to its centenary. CentenaryCentenary club seeks to inspire 100 girls  The ambitious campaign will first see Sandiway Golf Club take the sport out into local schools and junior girls’ social groups. Caption: Juniors learning to enjoy golf at Sandiway Golf Club in Cheshire Sandiway PGA professional Gareth Jones will coach girls aged from nine to 18 at local schools and groups in how to use junior-sized clubs, which make the game much easier to play and to pick up the skills needed more quickly.  “By bringing girls together in this way, it will help show them how much fun there is to be had from learning and playing golf and how it can help them lead a healthier lifestyle and enjoy the company of new friends.” Alison Lysons, development officer for the Cheshire Golf Development Group which is working to support clubs attract more players, increase membership and develop a stronger future, says: “This is a wonderful idea from Sandiway Golf Club.  The aim is to inspire the girls to take part in taster sessions specially designed to appeal to their sporting ability and sense of fun. From there it is hoped the girls will develop an interest in the sport in a like-minded friendly group and go on to enjoy further lessons and the chance to get out on the course. Alison Lysons, development officer for the Cheshire Golf Development Group which is working to support clubs attract more players, increase membership and develop a stronger future, says: “This is a wonderful idea from Sandiway Golf Club.  Sandiway’s initiative supports England Golf’s strategy to attract more women and girls into golf. This includes providing resources for clubs, such as fact sheets on how to recruit and retain women members. Another set dealing with girls’ golf will soon be available.  “We cannot do that without producing the women players of our future.” The club will then invite the girls to a free session at Sandiway’s newly-refurbished practice ground at its Chester Road home and introduce them to the Golf Foundation’s national Golf Passport scheme, where golfing skills are learned and recorded one at a time until the player becomes proficient. Sandiway PGA professional Gareth Jones will coach girls aged from nine to 18 at local schools and groups in how to use junior-sized clubs, which make the game much easier to play and to pick up the skills needed more quickly.  Among other initiatives is a pilot project, involving 100 clubs, to look at different ways of growing women’s golf. The first Women and Girls’ Conference was held in August and secured pledges from clubs, counties and golf media to support England Golf’s drive to get more women and girls playing the game. England Golf supported the launch the #ThisGirlGolfs video campaign which aims to change the image of the game. Among other initiatives is a pilot project, involving 100 clubs, to look at different ways of growing women’s golf. The first Women and Girls’ Conference was held in August and secured pledges from clubs, counties and golf media to support England Golf’s drive to get more women and girls playing the game. England Golf supported the launch the #ThisGirlGolfs video campaign which aims to change the image of the game. The aim is to inspire the girls to take part in taster sessions specially designed to appeal to their sporting ability and sense of fun. “By bringing girls together in this way, it will help show them how much fun there is to be had from learning and playing golf and how it can help them lead a healthier lifestyle and enjoy the company of new friends.” Centenary club seeks to inspire 100 girls  18 Dec 2015 Centenary club seeks to inspire 100 girls Sandiway’s initiative supports England Golf’s strategy to attract more women and girls into golf. This includes providing resources for clubs, such as fact sheets on how to recruit and retain women members. Another set dealing with girls’ golf will soon be available.  “It is great to see a club with such a long and distinguished history taking such a proactive approach to the long-term future not only of their own club, but for the sport in general. The ambitious campaign will first see Sandiway Golf Club take the sport out into local schools and junior girls’ social groups. “It is our aim to be able to say in our 100th year that we have introduced at least 100 girls to the fabulous game of golf, and encouraged a good percentage of those to take up the game as their sport of choice, hopefully for life.” The club will then invite the girls to a free session at Sandiway’s newly-refurbished practice ground at its Chester Road home and introduce them to the Golf Foundation’s national Golf Passport scheme, where golfing skills are learned and recorded one at a time until the player becomes proficient. From there it is hoped the girls will develop an interest in the sport in a like-minded friendly group and go on to enjoy further lessons and the chance to get out on the course. “It is great to see a club with such a long and distinguished history taking such a proactive approach to the long-term future not only of their own club, but for the sport in general.center_img Among other initiatives is a pilot project, involving 100 clubs, to look at different ways of growing women’s golf. The first Women and Girls’ Conference was held in August and secured pledges from clubs, counties and golf media to support England Golf’s drive to get more women and girls playing the game. England Golf supported the launch the #ThisGirlGolfs video campaign which aims to change the image of the game. Ruth added: “If girls won’t come to golf, then we’ll take golf to them! We believe many girls who have never even considered golf as a sport will love it as much as we do. The club will then invite the girls to a free session at Sandiway’s newly-refurbished practice ground at its Chester Road home and introduce them to the Golf Foundation’s national Golf Passport scheme, where golfing skills are learned and recorded one at a time until the player becomes proficient. Sandiway’s initiative supports England Golf’s strategy to attract more women and girls into golf. This includes providing resources for clubs, such as fact sheets on how to recruit and retain women members. Another set dealing with girls’ golf will soon be available.  Caption: Juniors learning to enjoy golf at Sandiway Golf Club in Cheshire “We cannot do that without producing the women players of our future.” A Cheshire club which celebrates its 100th year in 2020 is aiming to introduce 100 girls to the game of golf in the run-up to its centenary. Ruth added: “If girls won’t come to golf, then we’ll take golf to them! We believe many girls who have never even considered golf as a sport will love it as much as we do.  club seeks to inspire 100 girls  Ruth added: “If girls won’t come to golf, then we’ll take golf to them! We believe many girls who have never even considered golf as a sport will love it as much as we do. Campaign co-ordinator and Sandiway member, Ruth Elliott-Smith, said: “Sandiway has a strong contingent of junior boys, but we are looking for more junior girl members. The club is taking the opportunity to use its centenary not only to celebrate the last 100 years, but also as a springboard to prepare for the next 100.  Sandiway PGA professional Gareth Jones will coach girls aged from nine to 18 at local schools and groups in how to use junior-sized clubs, which make the game much easier to play and to pick up the skills needed more quickly.  “It is our aim to be able to say in our 100th year that we have introduced at least 100 girls to the fabulous game of golf, and encouraged a good percentage of those to take up the game as their sport of choice, hopefully for life.” Alison Lysons, development officer for the Cheshire Golf Development Group which is working to support clubs attract more players, increase membership and develop a stronger future, says: “This is a wonderful idea from Sandiway Golf Club.  “By bringing girls together in this way, it will help show them how much fun there is to be had from learning and playing golf and how it can help them lead a healthier lifestyle and enjoy the company of new friends.” A Cheshire club which celebrates its 100th year in 2020 is aiming to introduce 100 girls to the game of golf in the run-up to its centenary. The aim is to inspire the girls to take part in taster sessions specially designed to appeal to their sporting ability and sense of fun. “It is our aim to be able to say in our 100th year that we have introduced at least 100 girls to the fabulous game of golf, and encouraged a good percentage of those to take up the game as their sport of choice, hopefully for life.” “We cannot do that without producing the women players of our future.” From there it is hoped the girls will develop an interest in the sport in a like-minded friendly group and go on to enjoy further lessons and the chance to get out on the course. Campaign co-ordinator and Sandiway member, Ruth Elliott-Smith, said: “Sandiway has a strong contingent of junior boys, but we are looking for more junior girl members. The club is taking the opportunity to use its centenary not only to celebrate the last 100 years, but also as a springboard to prepare for the next 100.  The ambitious campaign will first see Sandiway Golf Club take the sport out into local schools and junior girls’ social groups. Campaign co-ordinator and Sandiway member, Ruth Elliott-Smith, said: “Sandiway has a strong contingent of junior boys, but we are looking for more junior girl members. The club is taking the opportunity to use its centenary not only to celebrate the last 100 years, but also as a springboard to prepare for the next 100.  Caption: Juniors learning to enjoy golf at Sandiway Golf Club in Cheshirelast_img read more

Mallard’s Team of the Week — Nelson Selects U11 Boys

first_imgThe team includes, back row, L-R, coach Kerry Dyck, Michael Parish, Milo Baranyai Sheppard, Ezra Foy, Grayson Hill, Dylan Luscombe, Elias Lutz, Thomas Baxter, Ernesto Archambault and coach James Baxter. Front, Jesse Thurston, Josh Yasek, Keeper Jacob Erickson, Angus Paterson, Aidan Mushumanski and Jaden Dyck. Missing Bradey Sookero who missed the tournament due to a broken leg. The Nelson U11 Selects did more than impress a few coaches during a trip south of the 49th parallel. The squad dominated the opposition in capturing the gold medal at the Youth Soccer Tournament in Kalispell, Mont. Staff and Management at Mallard’s Source for Sports realize this may be the first of many more Team of the Weeks to come for this skillful group. last_img read more

Bahamas Govt to pay for residents new notable water supply

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 7th 2017 – Nassau – Minister for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Kwasi Thompson has announced that the Government will assist residents in getting access to water. Thompson said the government would be paying the required deposit for residents in both East and West Grand Bahama, which will allow them to access the newly installed notable water supply.These deposits represent the initial $150 deposits required by the Grand Bahama Utility Company in order for customers to get connected. Once this is provided to residents who qualify, all that is left is for the applicant to make arrangements with the Grand Bahama Utility Company to pay the balance over time.Thompson said, “After discussions with the Members of Parliament, Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon. Peter Turnquest and Parliamentary Secretary, Pakesia Parker Edgecombe, the Government of The Bahamas agreed to further assist residents who qualify, particularly senior citizens and Indigents and those with low income. ” He added, that the assistance will aid approximately 100 persons.The Grand Bahama Utility Company has also reduced their service connection fees from $680 to $418.75, inclusive of the $150 deposit fee.The Potable Water Project is currently in its second phase in East Grand Bahamas and is expected to be completed within 90-120 days.Story By: Kay-Marie Fletcher#MagneticMediaNews New cruise ship new border policy coming for grand Bahama Bahamas Govt bids to buy Lucayan Strip resorts, PM Minnis tours site Grand Bahama is future Caribbean silicon valley, Govt tells Diplomats Related Items:#magneticmedianews, grandbahama, waterlast_img read more

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