Firefights on Saturday morning rushed to the Public Health Ministry’s (MoPH’s) compound in Upper Brickdam, Georgetown after a fan in an outdoor washroom of a building in that compound overheated and burst into flames at about 06:00h.Information reaching Guyana Times suggest that a driver had gone into the MoPH compound to collect a vehicle when he noticed smoke emanating from the bathroom area. With the assistance of a security guard, he opened the washroom and doused the flames with water. The Fire Service was immediately summoned.Fire Prevention Officer Andrew Holder said the Fire Service reached the building quickly, and after examining the area, they discovered that a ventilation fan which had been left on overnight was the cause of the fire.“Involved was an extractor fan. Apparently the fan was left with the switch on throughout the night, and sometime this morning (Saturday morning) the fan overheated. A breakdown in the wiring occurred, and that installation was eventually burnt and (fire) caught on to the ceiling, which was PVC,” Holder explained.Holder said no serious damage occurred, except to the ventilation fan. Nevertheless, the investigation is ongoing.On November 4, 2009, a fire set by arsonists gutted the Health Ministry Complex on Brickdam and destroyed the entire building.Arsonist Colin Jones was charged with the burning of the ministry and was found guilty.Jones, with alleged accomplices Randy Mars, Basil Morgan, Anthony Watson and Jahfar Simpson, were jointly accused of the November 2009 arson.Jones, according to Police reports, was a member of a heavily-armed ‘terrorist’ gang that in November 2009 carried out a series of shock attacks that left one person dead and two Policemen nursing gunshot wounds.That gang of men had opened fire on the Brickdam Police Station, and had attempted to burn down the Georgetown Supreme Court and the Richard Ishmael Secondary School.As a result of that November 2009 fire, more than 200 persons were dislocated, and the entire ministry was destroyed.
FSJDendys – Calliou – SidhuSperling – Rose – CampbellGlassWongstedt – GreenLangdon – BrinkworthNewton (?)Advertisement F. Jaxon Glass – Not scoring lately and has looked off the pace. Hit two cross bars last night. Maybe starting to spark into life? The Huskies could use another solid scoring forward which Glass can be when playing well.Line-Ups: **********************F. Robbie Sidhu – Sidhu has 1 goal and 3 assists in the last 2 games. Both blow out losses. Hardest working Husky last night. Who’s Not?The defence. Banged up, depleted and letting in a tonne of goals. 27 in the last 3 games to be exact. Not much else needs to be said.***********************Advertisement Who’s Hot?:F. Cole Calliou – 2 points last night in a losing effort. Still put in a lot of effort despite score and looked dangerous throughout the game. Advertisement Huskies Last Five:Currently in 5th place – 9-9-0-0Last 5 Games:- Advertisement -1-4-0Friday Dec. 11th – @GP (L11-2)Saturday, Dec. 4th – v.s Peace River (L 9-5)Friday, Dec. 3rd – v.s Beaverlodge (L 7-1)Saturday, Nov. 27th – @ G.P. (W 5-2)Saturday, Nov. 20th – v@ Peace River (L 4-2) McLeanDawson Creek4 Malkninson, Leeland5 Pauze, Darion6 Watson, Shell7 MacLean, Colter9 Muise, Riley10 Rogers, Craig14 Smith, Reid15 Holtom, Ryan16 Brewster, Brody17 Weaver, Evan18 Krantz, Kyler19 McLeod, Justin21 Anderson, Kevin22 Norris, Tyler27 Higson, Jason28 Stefanyk, Tyson44 Lazinchuk, Brendan55 Carlstad, Bjorn 30 Surgenor, Jack31 York, Tyson
Novelist and poet Chris Abani will be among three authors to visit Antelope Valley College April 27 for “What Good Is Art?” an afternoon through evening series featuring a panel discussion, workshop and reading. A panel discussion with Abani as the keynote presenter will begin at 3 p.m. in the college Board Room, SSV 151, 3041 W. Ave. K, Lancaster, followed by tutorials and workshops at 4 p.m. and a reading at 7 p.m. in the Board Room. All events are free. Abani is a Nigerian exile who has been imprisoned, tortured and sentenced to death for his belief in the transformative power of language. His most recent novel, “The Virgin of Flames,” is drawing international attention, according to the host, AVC English professor Charles Hood. Joining Abani will be Amy Stolls, whose debut novel, “Palms to the Ground,” was recently published by Farrar Straus Giroux, and Kate Gale, founding editor of Red Hen Press and the author of five books of poetry. “What Good Is Art?” is co-sponsored by the college’s Language Arts Division and the National Endowment of the Arts. Abani is the winner of the PEN/Hemingway Award for his novel “Graceland.” He also won the IMPAC Dublin Award. He heads the Creative Writing Program at the University of California, Riverside. Gale will talk about the responsibilities and privileges of being a book producer for the largest literary publisher in Los Angeles. Aside from authoring poetry books, Gale has written a novel, a children’s book, and edited four anthologies. Stolls works for the National Endowment of the Arts. Call (661) 722-6472 for more details. Steven Standerfer handles public relations for Antelope Valley College. He posted this story April 10 on the Antelope Valley hub on valleynews.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
RINKA is making waves this summer with fun-filled action packed camps suited to kids aged 3-12 years all over the county this July and August.Rinka is completely non-competitive and is designed to give all young children the confidence to take part in sport while also giving them a chance to just giggle and have fun’, says Donegal woman Sarah Gillespie, the founder.‘It’s an opportunity for children, regardless of skill or background, to burn some energy, have some fun, learn new skills and make new friends and we simply LOVE camp season!’ The summer camps which are jam-packed with a variety of activities focusing largely on the two main programmes RINKA.ie offers, BOUNCE and DRAMAFIT.Drama Fit has all the creative elements of a drama and theatre class combined with the high-energy dynamics of a workout. Bounce is a high energy, multi-activity class that includes gymnastic moves, relays races, obstacle courses and general sport skills.The camps introduce kids to all the elements of RINKA with the favourite activities always being the gymnastic and obstacle course section! ‘We dance, run, sing, play games, make art and crafts, bake, act – you name it we do it!’ said Sarah.RINKA runs separate camps for the younger age groups to ensure a non-intimidating environment for them and a suitable environment for the older ages and all camps are run by RINKA instructors. Sarah says: ‘Our aim with the summer camps is to jam-pack the week with fun, energy and positivity and give kids a really great experience! RINKA camps are ideal for anyone who may not have found their interest or hobby yet as we introduce them to all sports, dance and drama but without any pressure or expectation to be good at it – we’re just interested in having fun!’So what exactly is included in a RINKA CAMP?GymnasticsObstacle coursesRelay racesCamp gamesDramaDanceArt and CraftMulti-sport skillsFun food activitiesAnd any other bit of craziness we can squeeze in!How to choose a summer campSarah also put together some hints and tips when choosing a summer camp this summer:First and foremost, talk with your child. Signing them up to a soccer camp may be your idea of fun, but it is it theirs? Find out what they would like to do for a week. Is there a class they would have liked to do during the year and could maybe use a camp to try it out? Do they want a physically active camp or are they looking for an arty camp?So now you know what type of camp your child would like, how do you know if the one you have chosen is a good one? Here are a few questions to ask: How qualified are the staff teaching the camp and are they fully insured?What is the ratio of teachers to kids in the camp?Is the area in which the camp is being held equipped with basic amenities in a safe and secure surrounding?What does the daily schedule look like? Ask to see a timetable of what the kids will be doing each day and make sure they aren’t left to their own devices.Find out what age groups are put together and make sure these groupings are suitable for your childAre the children supervised during break times and until they are collected , even if a parent is late?Does the camp promote an inclusive policy were all children are treated equally?Once you are satisfied with the answers you have got, then it is time to focus on the FUN of summer camp. Your child will make memories and new friends as well as learn new skills and develop self-confidence and you can rest easy knowing you’ve done your homework!Where is your nearest Rinka camp?For info on your local camps get in touch with your local instructor:Donegal Town and surrounding areas: Sarah Gillespie 087 750 9230 FB: theenergyhub/rinka.ieKilcar, Glenties, Killybegs, Carrick and Glen: Ciara Kearns 087 750 4633 FB: rinkasouthdonegal Letterkenny and Newtown: Sarah-Marie McDevitt 086 790 0554 FB: rinkaletterkennyMilford, Kerrykeel, Fanad, Termon: Teresa Donohoe 086 084 8312 FB: rinkamilfordFinn Valley: Tasha Merritt 086 847 5793 FB: email@example.comRINKA storms Donegal with over 40 summer camps was last modified: June 1st, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)Tags:childrenfitnessRINKAsarah gillespiesummer camp
BUNCRANA CLG NOTES (26.06.2016)Féile Hurling Report It was that time of year again for the Buncrana hurlers, Féile time. The bags were packed the grips were tightened and their new Féile gear was presented, so we were ready for our trip to TIPP. We decided to make the long trip on the Thursday so as the lads would be well rested for our 1st game on Friday against a local Tipperary side Clonoulty/ RossmoreGame 1 Vs Clonoulty/Rossmore, TipperaryDespite the planning and preparation the lads were not themselves and were very sluggish. Clonoulty/Rossmore wanted to make a mark on their home pitch in front of their home support and was very much up for the game, and while the lads battled throughout. The final score was 5-3 to0-3 to Clonoulty/RossmoreGame 2 Vs Dour Roads Roscommon After a disappointment of the 1st game the lads 1st competitive defeat of the year the lads were determined to get back to winning ways. However, despite their determination, Four Roads Roscommon also saw this chance to get a win after their 1st game lost. The game ebbed and flowed and finally the Buncrana boys got their noses in front and were not for the stress level amongst the parents and support the boys. The boys held on for the win with the final score 3-1 to 2-3 to BuncranaGame 3 Vs Templederry/Ballinahinch, TipperaryAfter a “good night’s sleep” our next match was with our host Templederry/Ballinahinch from Tipperary. The hosts were a very good side with a few exceptional players down the middle of the team. The BUncrana boys wanted to put up a good performance, and indeed they never gave up, but out host were very clinical around our goal and took their chances when they came. The final score was 2-11 to 0-2 to Templederry/Balinahinch. This now meant that our hosts had won the group and were heading to play a cup quarter final while Buncrana were of to a shield quarter finalGame 4 Quarter Finals Vs O’Neills Crotta, KerryThe quarter Final paired probably the furthest clubs in the competition, Buncrana ,Donegal and O’Neills Crotta, Kerry, Which why the Féile is such a special competition. Buncrana now were in no mood to lose this match while they may have lost to better teams that morning. They had started to get their game going while the game was exciting. Buncrana were always in control and finished with the victory they deserved. The final score was 2-6 to 1-3 to Buncrana this meant Buncrana was through to the Semi FinalsGame 5 Semi-Finals Vs Sallins of Kildare We now had another trip to South Tipperary on the Waterford border to play Sallins Of Kildare we all felt for the boys as the last match finished at 3pm while their Semi-Finals won’t start until 6.45pm which was a long down time to get sorted for their next game. This again was going to a close game and Buncrana took a good lead, However just on half time Sallins drew level. This seemed to inspire Sallins as they then added 2 quick goals to take a 6 point lead. Again Buncrana were not going to go down without a fight and battled to the end but just as they were getting on top the final whistle blew and we’d ran out of time. Final score was 3-4 to 3-1 to SallinsThe Buncrana team gave their all and represented Buncrana and Donegal with great pride.The management of Tommy O’Neill, John O’Doherty and Francis Craig must be given great praise for looking after the boys all year. Also great thanks must be given to Catherine O’Neill for all her work behind the scenes and Thanks given to Deehan Family for their Sponsorship of the Team GearAlso a big thanks to Templderry/Ballinahinch clubs for their hospitality throughout the weekend and for looking after the Buncrana BoysNEED YOUR HELP Folks…. Here is a great opportunity for us to received much need gear for our underage…..and it’s you that can help….Here’s how it worksWith every €40 you spend with your real rewards card over the next 8 weeks you will received a voucher for the club of your choice (preferably Buncrana Gaa Club Og) drop this voucher into the box at the entrance to the toilets, if we manage to get 2000 vouchers we will all the mentioned gear FREE courtesy of our local Supervalu…..Please Start Collecting FolkRecycling BinBuncrana GAA has a recycle bin at The Scarvey. Anyone who wishes to place old clothes, shoes, curtains, towels etc… can do so. This helps raise funds for the club. Open for anyone to use.Bord Na nOgGaelic footballBoys & GirlsU6 Fundamentals Fridays at 6.30pmBoysU8 Boys Friday from 6.30pm – 7.30pmU10 Boys Friday from 6.45pm – 8.00pmU12 Boys Friday from 6.30pm – 8.00pmU14 Boys Friday from 7.00pm – 8.30pmU16 Boys Monday 7.00pmGirls:Reminder to everyone that our underage girls training has moved outdoors!U10s girls on Friday from 3:30 to 4:30pmU8s girls on Friday from 4:30 to 5:30pmU12, & U16 Girls on Monday 6.30pmU14 Girls Wednesday 4.00pmTraining in The Scarvey, Bring gum shield and water and €2 for training contribution.GAA NEWS: BUNCRANA HURLERS PERFORM SUPERBLY AT FÉILE was last modified: June 27th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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)Tags:buncranaGAASport
England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won ADVICE Liverpool continue their Champions League adventure with a tough trip to face Napoli.After a brilliant start domestically, Jurgen Klopp’s side began the group stages with a last-gasp victory over Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield. RANKED FOOTBALL LATEST BEST OF Liverpool players celebrate during their win over Tottenham silverware Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions REVEALED That sets them up nicely ahead of what could be a difficult night at the Stadio Olimpico.Napoli were held to a goalless draw in Belgrade in Week One and will be determined to make home advantage count in a tough group.What time is kick-off?This Champions League group game takes place on Wednesday, October 3.Kick-off in Naples is at 8pm.Liverpool last visited here in the 2010 Europa League, heading back to Merseyside with a point following a 0-0 draw.Which TV channel can I watch it on?BT Sport have the rights to show the Champions League in the UK this season.And this match is live and uninterrupted on BT Sport 3 from 7.30pm.If you want to stream the action, use the BT Sport App which is available on your mobile, tablet or laptop.However, you can also listen to commentary of the game LIVE on talkSPORT MONEY Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 1 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move What is the team news?Klopp makes one change from their draw at Chelsea last weekend with Naby Keita replacing club captain Jordan Henderson after his below-par display against ChelseaMeanwhile, the home side also name a strong team which has the likes of Lorenzo Insigne and Jose Callejon while Arsenal keeper David Ospina starts for Napoli as he is at the Italian side on loan this season.Napoli: Ospina, Maksimovic, Albiol, Mario Rui, Allan, Hamsik, Fabian, Callejon, Milik, InsigneSubs: Karnezis, Hysaj, Diawara, Rog, Zielinski, Mertens, VerdiLiverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Wijnaldum, Keita, Salah, Mane, FirminoSubs: Mignolet, Fabinho, Lovren, Henderson, Moreno, Shaqiri, Sturridge
Story Links Stone played every minute at goalkeeper for the Bulldogs in her second season. She recorded six shutouts and tallied 95 saves. In regular season league play, Stone led the Valley in goals against average (0.54), save percentage (90.9) and shutouts (4). She allowed just four goals and had four shutouts in league play, both totals led the Valley. 2018 All-Midwest Region Team Senior Elaine Gorom (O’Fallon, Ill.) and sophomore Kelsie Stone (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) of the Drake University women’s soccer team were named to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Women’s All-Midwest Region Teams, the USC announced Monday, Nov. 26 evening. Gorom was named to the second team while Stone was selected to the third team. Gorom, a defender, is the fourth player in school history to be named MVC Defensive Player of the Year. She started 19 matches this season, helped the Bulldogs’ defense record six shutouts and hold MVC opponents to a league-low four goals and all of Drake’s 2018 opponents to league-low 17 goals during the regular season. In her career, Gorom, who was also named to the 2018 All-MVC First Team, played in 71 games and helped Drake win two MVC Regular Season titles. Print Friendly Version
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Last year, Carol Kando-Pineda and Patrick Campbell hosted the webinar “Student Loans & Service Member’” and a number of resources were shared. If you missed this event, we collected the links and documents shared by presenters and participants.Be sure to join us today for a webinar on Paying for College: The Forever GI Bill and Repayment Plans. The free webinar starts at 11 a.m. ET. RSVP here.ResourcesServicemembers Student Loan Fact Sheet: http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/documents/201604_cfpb_servicemember-student-loan-guide.pdfService Member Benefits Database, for searching for scholarships: https://www.nrd.gov/Student Veteran’s of America: http://nvest.studentveterans.org/College comparison tool: https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/GI Bill Comparison Tool: https://www.vets.gov/gi-bill-comparison-toolCollege Scorecard: https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/Student loan resources for service members from FTC: https://www.military.consumer.gov/search/site/student%20loansFederal Student Aid scholarship search: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/grants-scholarships/finding-scholarshipsWhat Members of the U.S. Armed Services Need to Know About Student Loan Benefits: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/sites/default/files/military-student-loan-benefits.pdfStudent loan resources for service members from CFPB: https://search.consumerfinance.gov/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&affiliate=cfpb&query=service+members+student+loansInterested in watching the recording of the webinar?Find copies of the presentation slides, supporting resources, a link to quiz required to earn 1.5 CEUs for AFC-credentialed and CPFC-credentialed participants here.Got a question that wasn’t answered in the webinar? Leave it here and we’ll reach out to Carol Kando-Pineda and Patrick Campbell to get an answer.
It was jelly beans four years ago and it is vaseline this time as a controversy erupted in the second India-England Test when VVS Laxman was accused of using it on his bat to manipulate the Hot-Spot technology in the Decision Review System.”Has Vaseline on the outside edge saved the day for Laxman?” tweeted former England captain Michael Vaughan after Laxman was ruled not out by third umpire after the Decision Review System (DRS) was pressed into action by England in the first session of play.The Indian batsman was on 27, in the total 48/1, when the last delivery of James Anderson’s ninth over passed his bat. The bowler and the rest of England players promptly went up in appeal for a catch behind the stumps and began gathering around the batsman.As umpire Asad Rauf ruled in Laxman’s favour, England skipper Andrew Strauss went for DRS but that too didn’t favour the home side.Kevin Pietersen and Laxman were seen getting into a bit of an argument and later Stuart Broad told media persons his side was convinced it was a nick.”Players feel Hot-Spot sometimes doesn’t show faint edges. It’s a bit of a flaw,” stated Broad.But what kept the controversy lingering was the Vaughan tweet which virtually accused Laxman of wrong-doing since vaseline or any liquid on the bat don’t show up on the Hot-Spot technology.Broad actually went ahead and checked Laxman’s bat if there was any vaseline or liquid applied to it.”I had a cheeky feel of the edge of his bat as the ball went past him. There was no vaseline, no liquid there. It’s just that Hot-Spot is not showing very faint edges,” he said.advertisementIt is the second time vaseline has quite infamously figured in Test matches between the two countries who recently celebrated the 100th Test between them at Lord’s last week.When England toured India for the 1976-77 series, England’s left-arm fast bowler John Lever was accused by Indian skipper Bishan Singh Bedi of using vaseline to gain undue swing with his bowling during the Delhi Test and end up with 7/46 and 3/24 in his debut Test.Tests between the two at Trent Bridge too are known to stir up the pot.In 2007, the infamous jellybeans incident happened which was intended to show to the incoming batsman Zaheer Khan that he was faint-hearted.Sreesanth too was full of antics and misdemeanour in that Test – he once bowled a beamer at Kevin Pietersen; came around the wicket and bowled from practically 19 yards at Paul Collingwood and then shoulder barged the then England captain Vaughan for which he was fined 50 percent of his match fee.- With PTI inputs