Faith & Youth Holy Family Church: Divine Dinners Published on Thursday, March 8, 2012 | 9:43 pm HerbeautyKate Beckinsale Was Shamed For Being “Too Old” To Wear A BikiniHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Most Influential Women In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeauty The Divine Dinners Committee is excitedly gearing up for its Second â€œDivine Dinners Fundraising Eventâ€, which will be held on Saturday, May 19. The first â€œDivine Dinnersâ€ Event was a spectacular success, due to the efforts, contributions, donations and participation of so many!Opportunities abound in one or more of the following areas:â€¢ Offer hospitality by being a â€œDivine Dinnerâ€ Hostâ€¢ Support the Parish Community by becoming a â€œDivine Dinnersâ€ Patronâ€¢ Donate items for the Silent and Live Auctionsâ€¢ Assist in procuring Auction Itemsâ€¢ Volunteer to be a part of the excitement in any one of a myriad of ways!For more information, please contact [email protected]:For Patrons, Michael Udell, Michael Schmid, & Toni MotteFor Host/Dinners, Evan Wyatt and Michael UdellFor Cocktail Party, Michelle Gardner, Chris McNulty, Kelly Studer, and Monica SchmidFor Auction/Raffle, Eric and Amanda Garland, Jennie McNulty, & Tracy Tobin-Spain.For Volunteering, Matt Gardner, Dana Studer and Christopher Spain.For Promotion, Rowena Wyatt and Monica SchmidFor additional information, please contact Michael Udell (626) 826-6199, or Rowena and Evan Wyatt (626) 403-0225.Holy Family Church, 1501 Fremont Avenue, South Pasadena, (626) 799-8908 or visit www.holyfamily.org. 20 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News Top of the News First Heatwave Expected Next Week EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Make a comment More Cool Stuff Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Business News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Subscribe Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy
It’s Only a Play star Matthew Broderick, on the eve of his own opening night, stopped by Late Night to chat with Seth Meyers about everything from good and bad reviews to Ferris Bueller to something about Nathan Lane and balls. “I had a Ferris Bueller poster in my bedroom growing up,” Meyers admitted. “You looked at everything I did through my entire high school years. I have so much to apologize for.” Life imitates art as the Tony winner, just as the wacky characters of It’s Only a Play do, remembers opening night parties, talks up his playwriting friend (for Broderick, it’s This Is Our Youth scribe Kenneth Lonergan) and does some serious name-dropping. Check out the clips below, and catch It’s Only a Play at the Schoenfeld Theatre! Related Shows Matthew Broderick It’s Only a Play View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015 Star Files
March 06, 2019 Education, First Lady Frances Wolf, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, First Lady Frances Wolf joined Feeding Pennsylvania and the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank for a visit to Mechanicsburg Area School District’s Elmwood Academy as part of National School Breakfast Week. During her visit, the First Lady highlighted Governor Wolf’s ongoing commitment to investing in education at all levels – including ensuring that every child in the commonwealth has access to a healthy breakfast to start their day.“Ask any teacher and they will tell you that food is a basic school supply – just like books, just like pencils,” said First Lady Frances Wolf. “If kids don’t have a full stomach, they simply cannot do their best in school. Yet today, one in six Pennsylvania children struggle with hunger. That’s why we started the Pennsylvania School Breakfast initiative last year to help more schools, like Elmwood Academy, expand access to breakfast programs that work.”“Our greatest resource as Pennsylvanians is our students – and schools like Elmwood that prepare them to be our future leaders. We must ensure that we give them the tools they need to succeed – and that includes a healthy breakfast every morning.”Governor Wolf proposed the School Breakfast Initiative as part of his 2017-18 budget to help more children start their day with a healthy meal. Last year the Department of Education announced an inaugural round of grants to help 200 Pennsylvania schools make breakfast available and accessible to all students. As part of that initiative, Elmwood Academy received $4,955 in School Breakfast funding which enabled the school to purchase a “grab-n-go” breakfast cart to encourage more students to participate in breakfast. Mechanicsburg Area High School also received a $4,979 School Breakfast grant, which has helped to increased their breakfast participation by 50 percent.“I would like to thank First Lady Frances Wolf and Governor Tom Wolf for their commitment to ensuring that no child goes hungry,” said Mechanicsburg Area School District Superintendent Dr. Mark Leidy. “Through their advocacy and investment, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of students starting their day with a healthy breakfast at our high school – and with the First Lady’s support we are hoping to increase participation here at Elmwood Academy as well.”The First Lady was joined at Elmwood Academy by food security advocates and school nutrition experts from Feeding Pennsylvania and the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank.“Feeding Pennsylvania and our member food banks are working every day to ensure that no child in our state goes hungry,” said Jane Clements-Smith, Executive Director, Feeding Pennsylvania. “Nutrition is essential for learning and students who are hungry will not be able to concentrate and thus not be able to learn to their fullest potential. Hear the Pennsylvania Crunch! is a great way to get schools involved in the breakfast program and helps to spread awareness for the 1 in 6 children in our state who are at risk of hunger.”Hear the Pennsylvania Crunch! is organized by Feeding Pennsylvania to spread the message that every child in Pennsylvania should have access to a healthy school breakfast. Research shows that eating breakfast helps children concentrate and learn while in school. Students who eat school breakfast perform better on tests, have better health, and are less likely to be absent from school. School breakfast is a critical support for struggling families trying to stretch limited resources and provides children a significant portion of the nutrition they need to learn and be healthy.The School Breakfast initiative is another example of Governor Wolf’s continued commitment to ensuring that Pennsylvania has the best public school system and workforce in the nation. His 2019-20 state budget proposal builds on the success of PAsmart to create opportunities for Pennsylvanians from birth to retirement. The governor’s Statewide Workforce, Education, and Accountability Program (SWEAP) expands access to early childhood education, increases investments in schools, and partners with the private sector to build on the PAsmart initiative.The governor also created the Keystone Economic Development and Workforce Command Center to expand the collaboration between government and the private sector to address the skills gap and worker shortages. The departments of Community and Economic Development, Labor and Industry, and State will work with external leaders from the Chamber of Business and Industry, AFL-CIO and Team Pennsylvania to build the strongest workforce in the nation. First Lady Frances Wolf Visits Elmwood Academy During School Breakfast Week, Highlights Wolf Administration Commitment to Investing in Education SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
NEW YORK — His players circled around him in the visiting clubhouse last night, dousing an unsuspecting Bruce Bochy with Budweiser.His coaching staff gathered in his office, sharing a toast of top shelf Kentucky bourbon as the manager dried off from his beer bath.Bochy’s starter, the ace who has won more games for him than any other pitcher in his career, stood in front of his locker to reflect on a friendship rather than his performance.“He’s a great manager,” Madison Bumgarner said. “But …
How do you think geocaching will change in the next 16 years? Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedCelebrate the evolution of geocaching with the Big Blue Switch souvenir!April 25, 2017In “Community”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – May 2, 2012May 3, 2012In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter”Who’s Hiding in Your GPS Device?July 19, 2010In “Community” Today, May 2nd, marks the 16th anniversary of the geocaching phenomenon. As we reminisce on all the wonderful geocaching moments we’ve experienced over the years, it’s fun to journey back to the year 2000 to see how it all began.A Look Back in TimeThe year was 2000. Y2K had come and gone. A dozen eggs cost 89 cents. “Survivor” was in its first season. The Summer Olympics were held in Sydney. Traditional outdoor activities at the time included hiking, bird watching, and camping. But then everything changed.The Big Blue SwitchOn May 2nd at approximately midnight, the “big blue switch” was pressed and selective availability on civilian GPS receivers was removed. Twenty-four satellites around the globe processed new orders, and the accuracy of GPS technology improved tenfold. Prior to this date, only the military had the ability to receive accurate GPS readings. Now, the world and all its wonderful people could pinpoint their precise location. The First Geocache HideIn celebration with this new-found freedom in global navigation, a computer consultant named Dave Ulmer started The Great American GPS Stash Hunt. The idea was simple: hide a container out in the woods and record the coordinates using a GPS unit. On May 3rd, he placed a black bucket in the woods near Beavercreek, Oregon along with a logbook, pencil, and other various trade items – the first geocache. He shared the coordinates of his “stash” with an online community on sci.geo.satellite-nav and the “game” took off.Dave Ulmer and the Original StashGeocaching.comFor the first few months, the stash game was played mostly by experienced GPS users who already used the technology for outdoor activities. Mike Teague, the first person to find Ulmer’s stash, began to gather other users’ posted coordinates and document them on his personal website.Jeremy Irish, Founder of Geocaching.com, stumbled upon Teague’s site while researching GPS technology and was intrigued by the idea. He purchased a GPS device and went out on his first geocaching adventure that weekend. After an enjoyable experience, Irish decided to start a website for the activity. Adopting the newly dubbed term “geocaching” and putting his web skills to good use, he launched Geocaching.com with only 75 geocaches.From left to right: Founders Bryan, Jeremy, and EliasHistoric Dates–March 24, 2001: The first Geocaching Event takes place in Austin, Texas.The first geocaching event–August 30, 2001: The first Travel Bug® is released by Jeremy. TB1 is a rubber ducky named “Deadly Duck: Envy.” Fun fact: The image on the Deadly Duck’s Trackable page is Photoshopped to replicate this mug shot of a famous Seattle-area entrepreneur and philanthropist in his younger, “wilder” days.–September 20, 2001: Moun10Bike places the second Geocoin in a cache near Deception Pass, Washington. He keeps the first Geocoin in his personal collection.The first Geocoin–April 26, 2003: The first CITO (Cache In, Trash Out) is held outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.First CITO crew–January 10, 2004: The first EarthCache is published in Australia.First EarthCache–May 27, 2006: The first Mega-Event, GeoWoodstock 4, takes place in Texas.–October 14, 2008: The first geocache hidden in space is published.First geocache in space is hidden in locker 218 on the ISS–March 8, 2010: Geocaching.com reaches 1 million active geocache listings.–February 26, 2013: Geocaching.com reaches 2 million active geocache listings. Sixteen Years LaterSixteen years and over 2.8 million geocaches later, the game is larger and more diverse than it’s ever been. Happy birthday geocaching! It’s been a pleasure watching you grow.
audrey watters However, nearly 80% of all survey respondents say their broadband connections do not fully meet their current needs. 55% say that slow connection speed is the primary reason their needs aren’t met. 39% says that cost of service is the major barrier to meeting their Internet needs. 27% cite installation costs as the barrier. Rural schools and libraries, in particular, struggle to provide adequate bandwidth to their users.What Are E-Rate Recipients Using Broadband For?Email tops the list of the most-used app by E-rate users. 98% of respondents say that’s what Internet access is regularly used for and 69% say it’s the most essential app. For libraries, online reference materials are the most important and most used app. 86% of library staff and patrons regularly use online reference materials, and 62% say it’s the most essential tool they access online.Schools and libraries both indicate that they see usage increasing. For example, 56% of all E-rate survey respondents say they plan on expanding their usage of digital textbooks in the next 2 years, and 45% say they plan to implement or expand their use of handheld devices for educational purposes. Currently, the average student-to-computer ratio of those schools responding to the survey is 5.86 to 1.According to the FCC, this data will help the agency make better policy decisions for the E-rate program. The FCC has made better broadband access one of its major goals. The FCC has released a report on the state of broadband connectivity at those schools and libraries that receive funds from the federal E-rate program. The E-rate program provides more than $2.25 billion in funding annually in order to offer discounts for schools and libraries so that they can obtain affordable telecommunications services and Internet access.The report is based on data from a survey conducted in 2010 that looks at broadband usage in schools and libraries. The survey found that almost all respondents have some form of broadband connection to at least one facility. Just 2% use satellite and 3% use dial-up in order to access the Internet.Most schools and libraries that responded have Internet speeds greater than 3 Mbps (55%). 10% have speeds greater than 100 Mbps. More than half of the school districts that responded (60%) say they subscribe to a fiber optic connection. Private schools are more than twice as likely as public schools to have either cable (31% to 16%) or DSL (29% to 16%). And 66% of respondents say they provide some wireless connectivity for students, staff and library patrons. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#E-Learning#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts
Lok Sabha on Monday felicitated badminton player Saina Nehwal for winning the Hong Kong Super Series tournament.Speaking on behalf of members, Speaker Meira Kumar said Saina had emphatically established herself as one of the best players through her “stupendous performance”.Saina defeated Asian Games winner Shixian Wang of China to win the tournament.Noting that Saina had won the fourth major international title during this year, Kumar said, “honourable members, I am sure all of you will join me in conveying our heartiest congratulations to her.” “Her achievements are a matter of national pride and source of inspiration for many a budding sportspersons of our country,” the Speaker added amidst thumping of desks by the members.- WIth PTI inputs
zoom Luxembourg-based short sea specialist CLdN RoRo has taken delivery of its first newbuilding vessel from the next generation of super RoRos, the MV CELINE.Originally code named the G9, the 234-meter-long ship will add 8.000 lane meters to the CLdN network, according to the company.Following a debut voyage from the South Korea’s Hyundai Shipyard, where it was constructed, MV CELINE arrived at its home ports of Zeebrugge and Rotterdam on October 25, according to AIS data provided by Marine Traffic.The new ship will operate on a rotational schedule, including both ports of Zeebrugge and Rotterdam; Dublin, Ireland and London/Killingholme, UK.“We are delighted to be able to welcome the eagerly anticipated arrival of the first of 12 vessels of our previously announced fleet enhancement strategy,” a spokesperson for CLdN said.“With the CELINE’s green credentials, including being LNG ready and offering unparalleled flexibility, we envisage CLdN is poised to commence delivery of their ambitions,” the spokesperson added.The second 8,000 lane meter vessel under the order is sceduled to join its owner this year.In September 2015, CLdN Ro-Ro unveiled its expansion program, looking to order up to 12 new vessels, of which six have been confirmed until now.In March 2016, the firm ordered two RoRo vessels from Croatian shipbuilder Uljanik, with an option for further four. Two additional 5,400 lane meter vessels were ordered from Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), with options for a further four of the same class, in February 2017.CLdN operates 24 RoRo vessels, offering sailings between the ports of Zeebrugge, Rotterdam, London, Killingholme, Dublin, Gothenburg, Esbjerg, Hirtshals, Santander and Porto.