Trick or Treat Down the Street will be held downtown on Thursday, Oct. 31st. The WRC is offering local businesses and organizations (not located in the downtown area), free booth space at the Memorial Auditorium, to hand out treats and toys. Time has changed this year, the event will be held from 4:00-6:00 pm.Â The Monster Mash Halloween Dance will be held at the WRC on Saturday, Oct. 26th from 8:00-10:00 pm for middle schoolers. Buy Back Door Passes at school during the lunch hour on Thursday, Oct. 24th and the WRC on Friday, Oct. 25th. The fall Paintball Trip for 6th-12th graders is set for Friday, Oct. 25th, (no school!). We’ll leave the WRC at 11:00 am and return at 4;00 pm. Bring snacks and wear long sleeves, etc. for trip. Date ChangePlease note correction to theÂ Halloween Fun Fest.Â Date has been changed to Thursday, Oct. 24th instead of Friday, Oct. 25th as shown in the fall brochure. Same time; 7-8:30 pm for 3 year – 4th grades at the WRC. The following is the Wellington Rec Rap for Oct. 14 – 31, 2o13:Little Chefs; Yucky YummiesÂ for 3-5 year olds will be held on Monday, Oct. 14th from 10-11 am at the WRC.For ages 14 and up,Â Give Cookies the Royal Fall TreatmentÂ participants will decorate cookies for Halloween and Thanksgiving feasts. Class will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 15th from 6-8 pm at the WRC. Great Value! Take Home Kits will include decorated cookies, pastry tips and bags, flooding sticks, a cookies cutter, recipe cards and tube bottle.Crown Uptown, “Cats”,Â Thursday, Oct. 17th. Do not miss the rare opportunity to see this unique musical! $60 registration includes transportation, admission to the play and a catered dinner.Air Rifle will take place on Saturdays at the Armory, Oct. 19th-Nov. 16th, from 10-11:30 am. Kids explore different glazing techniques on 3 projects in Glazed and Confused, Friday,Oct. 25th from 10:00-11:15 am at the Elsass Art Center. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Try for a chance to beÂ awarded Â 2 ticketsÂ to see theÂ ChiefsÂ play! Purchase Chance Tickets at the WRC and the home football game on Oct. 25th, 1 for $5, 3 for $10 or 7 for $20. A winning ticket will be drawn during half time of the Oct. 25th game.
DES MOINES — Two long-time members of the State Racing and Gaming Commission are retiring from the board when their current terms expire at the end of this month.Carl Heinrich of Council Bluffs and Jeff Lamberti of Ankeny each have served nine years on the body that regulates gambling in the state.Racing and Gaming Commission administrator Brian Ohorilko spoke about the two during the recent commission meeting.“Their patience, vision, and integrity, perspective, fairness, and impeccable judgment have resulted in sound, thoughtful, and consistent decisions — which have generated universal respect — no matter the outcome,” Ohorilko says.Heinrich is the former president of Iowa Western Community College. He talked about the experience during the recent IRGC meeting. “It has been an extreme pleasure to serve on this commission,” Heinrich says. “I have to admit when I was first appointed I was a bit apprehensive — because I really did not know the industry well.”He served during a time when the IRGC dealt with many high-profile issues. “I had to learn what was expected of me and to make decisions that I never thought I would make,” Heinrich says.Lamberti is an attorney and businessman who served in the Iowa Legislature before joining the commission. “It’s been a very interesting experience, I am glad I had the opportunity to serve. Nine years is a very lengthy time. I think turnover is good,” Lamberti says.He says his time on the commission was eventful. “During the nine years I think I got to do just about everything…in terms of people seeking expansion to basically putting a license up for bid in Sioux City — to now sports gaming,” according to Lamberti.Many of the issues were controversial — and he says none was tougher than deciding on new gambling license applications. “By far that’s the most difficult decision we have to make. Because it is not only the time and the work and the studies, the communities are very passionate about this, they invest a lot of their time, their effort, their money,” according to Lamberti. “And we take it very seriously You may not like how we vote — or you may like how we vote — but rest assured, we put our time in.”Lamberti says he thought he had seen everything he could when he decided to step down from the commission. And now says he knows that is true after watching the coronavirus pandemic force the closing of all 19 of the state-licensed casinos.Last week’s meeting was their last on the IRGC. A recognition of the two is planned at the July meeting if commissioners are again able to meet in person.
The soccer league in Bolivia was suspended until March 31 after the announcement of new government measures transitory of the country to face the coronavirus, reported on Monday the Bolivian Football Federation.“Prioritizing the health and well-being of all the actors that make up Bolivian soccer, suspension until March 31, 2020 of all championships is determined (professional and amateur division) in its different categories that are disputed throughout the national territory, “states a statement from the federation.It also ratifies its “commitment to fighting the pandemic” and is available to all future measures, according to the bulletin.Bolivian football federation I had already arranged for the games to be played without an audience since last Thursday, mostly corresponding to day twelve of the Apertura tournament, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Bolivia, where there are eleven confirmed cases. These determinations are added to those already assumed by the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), that announced last week the suspension of the matches of the Copa Libertadores scheduled between March 15 and 21.FIFA also announced that the South American qualifying matches for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which were scheduled from March 23 to 31, are being postponed.The Bolivian team had to play its first commitments on March 27 as a visitor against Brazil and at home against Argentina on 31, matches that were postponed.The transitional president of Bolivia, Jeanine Añez, announced on Sunday the new measures that the country will take to deal with the coronavirus.Among the new determinations is the prohibition of all kinds of cultural, sports, the operation of bars, cinemas, gyms, amusement parks, night events, among others.
Following the recent appointment of Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as Education Minister-designate, a search has commenced for a person that will replace her as president of the Tubman University (TU) in Maryland County, Southeastern Liberia.It is expected of the person to replace Dr. Russell to have at least minimum academic qualifications of a terminal degree from an accredited university with five years of progressively responsible-leadership knowledge as an administrator at an institution of higher education.This includes, but not limited to experience as a president or vice president of higher institution of learning.Henceforth, a statement from the TU Presidential Search Committee has warned that qualified individuals will have also worked directly with the Chief Executive Officer on university priorities or initiatives.That person, the statement continues, must equally have a demonstrated record of obtaining resources for the institution that must have verified sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of university students and employees.TU’s BackgroundThe William V.S Tubman University otherwise known as TU is located in Southeastern Liberia, specifically in Harper City, Maryland County. It was created by an Act of the National Legislature, which was signed into law by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on September 14, 2009.TU opened its doors on the same day with an enrollment of 287 ‘eager’ students yearning to take advantage of the opportunity to advance themselves. This is the only institution offering a full four-year degree program within Southeastern Liberia. The university currently has an enrollment of 807 regular students, and 289 in its Access to College Program, with 84 percent of its student population from southeast Liberia.Under the outgoing leadership of its president, Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell, TU quickly crafted its identity, and manner of operating, thereby defining its mission and vision statements, core values, and principles of operations.With its motto: “Transforming for Worthy Service,” TU’s mission is to provide quality educational experiences that transform the lives of individuals for worthy for which the university aspires to do so with quality excellence.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Last month, we published Nathan Gbelee’s definition of peace as “the ability to live without fear of yourself, your peers, community dwellers and others.” This week’s article will focus on his analysis of the Amman Declaration on young people’s participation in peace building and security programs.Amman Declaration – A Review by Nathan N. GbeleeThe most important part of this Declaration is found in Section 1 of the Guiding Principles on young people, which talks about youth participation and leadership in issues of peace and security.Promoting the participation of young people in peace and security issues remains an important condition for successful peace building efforts. This is because young people are energetic, passionate and could be highly engaged in transforming conflict, countering violence and building peace. Consequently, the need for the meaningful involvement and active participation of youth is a matter of must and a necessity for the growth and development of Liberia. It is my strong opinion that government buying in through youth engagement should be encouraged. The establishment of Bills and the passing of resolutions on youth, peace and security are appropriate options to recognize the role of young people and institutionalizing their participation at all levels.Based on these necessities, we call on governments and the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution on youth, peace and security. The Amman Declaration presents a crystal clear and common vision and roadmap towards a policy framework to support young people in transforming conflicts, preventing and countering violence and building sustainable peace. The Amman Declaration should be a working tool and a guide to include youth participation and leadership in issues of peace and security, prevention of youth from violence, getting youth involved in building peace, improve gender equality and lastly, for young people’s socioeconomic empowerment. In terms of differences that will be made by this Declaration, it is my contention that young people will vehemently and vigorously say without a doubt that this Declaration will reinforce the many efforts of young people, civil society organizations, local authorities and national governments exerted towards youth participation and leadership in issues of peace and security. The Amman Declaration will also ensure the socioeconomic empowerment of young people through their involvement in the prevention of violence and contribution to peace building. It would promote stability, inclusiveness and sustainable peace in the country.To build a broad-based peace and security program, we need to invest in young people and tap into their creativity, energy and strengths. As young people, we have a responsibility to protect the next generation. According to Albert Einstein, “It is impossible to solve significant problems using the same level of knowledge that created them.”To deal with 21st Century crises, we need young people to evolve, and the Amman Declaration has provided us with the right platform to do so.Until next week, when we come back to you with another review of the Amman Declaration from the perspective of a young peace messenger, peace first! And may peace prevail in our time. Youth, Peace and Security!The Amman Declaration was signed by youths from around the world on August 22, 2015, in Amman, Jordan, with the promise to live in a peaceful global societyShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Grenon and RCMP are asking anyone who comes across the coin to turn it in to the Fort St. John Visitor Centre — no questions asked — where it will then be returned to Grenon“I’m not interested in having anyone arrested or charged. I just want to have the coin that reminds me of my son,” he said.The coin is silver with the word ‘love’ on one side, and on the other a heart with a Celtic knot.Anyone with information can also call police at 250-787-8100. To the unsuspecting, it looks like just a silver trinket, but for Sam Grenon, it was the one thing he had connecting him to his stillborn son.Grenon is pleading for the public’s help in finding and returning a small, silver Celtic love coin after a thief stole his wallet from his truck earlier this week.The coin was one of three that were given to Grenon and his girlfriend in April after their son, Kaiden, was stillborn. Grenon and his girlfriend took a coin each, and buried the third along with Kaiden.- Advertisement -“It’s a way of connecting all of us,” said Grenon, 22.“It’s the only thing that’s sentimental to me. It helps me feel closer to him.”Grenon said the coin, tucked in the clear visor of his wallet, was stolen July 6 when a thief broke into his unlocked truck while he was sleeping at his home on 94 Avenue.Advertisement Because the thief didn’t have to physically break in, Grenon did what he usual does every morning — got dressed for work, packed a lunch, and headed to Tim Hortons for a coffee.When he pulled up to order and pay, Grenon noticed his wallet was gone.At first, Grenon thought he had left his wallet at camp, but as he was driving to investigate, noticed a laptop from the back of his truck had also been stolen.He’s cancelled his credit cards, and would like to get his laptop back as well, but Grenon cares most about the coin.Advertisement
Chelsea striker Diego Costa celebrates scoring against Liverpool 1 Diego Costa has become a pantomime villain for Liverpool fans.His battles with Martin Skrtel for club and country, a winning goal for Chelsea at Anfield earlier in the campaign and now a chest-to-chest confrontation with Jordan Henderson, for some reason, haven’t endeared him to the Kop.It didn’t help that the Spain striker turned down a switch to Anfield back in 2013 – and Liverpool supporters now even have a song for him, which you can see here.But at talkSPORT we remember a different time.So let’s take a trip down memory lane and look at when Liverpool fans LOVED and wanted to sign the man they now hate…
PALMDALE – A retail and office center with a Chili’s restaurant and a Starbucks coffee shop is being proposed for 5.1 acres at Avenue S and 47th Street East. The Planning Commission last week approved a conditional use permit for Astani Development to develop a shopping center containing 63,464 square feet of building space just north of Avenue S and west of 47th Street East. “It’s going to be quite an attractive project,” said John Mayfield, chairman of the Planning Commission. “It’s going to be a welcomed addition to that area.” The planned Chili’s restaurant would cover 6,169 square feet. The Planning Commission approved allowing the restaurant to have alcohol sales. The Starbucks, which would be Palmdale’s fourth and the first on the city’s far eastside, would cover 1,800 square feet. Like the other three local Starbucks, it would have drive-through service. Other buildings that would be part of the complex include a 9,785-square-foot single-story, multiple-tenant retail building, and three two-story retail buildings that would total 24,210 square feet of retail and restaurant space on the ground floor and 21,500 square feet of medical and professional office space on the upper floors. None of the other tenants were identified. The project design proposes a Mediterranean architecture with tile roofs, exterior stucco and wainscot veneers, tower elements, cornice treatments and awnings. Proposed building colors are earth-tone colors with accent colors on awnings and other elements, according to a planning staff report. The center will have three access points – two on Avenue S and one on 47th Street East. The easternmost access on Avenue S will be shared with an existing Chevron/McDonald’s and would allow only right-turn movements. The westernmost driveway would allow both left- and right-hand turns. Jim Skeen, (661) 267-5743 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NEW YORK – Toy maker Mattel Inc. on Friday said a federal court in Delaware dismissed a patent lawsuit brought against the company and its Fisher-Price subsidiary by rival LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. The lawsuit was originally filed by LeapFrog in October 2003 and revolved around Fisher-Price’s PowerTouch toy, which is an interactive book that helps children learn reading and other skills. On Thursday, a U.S. District judge found that El Segundo-based Mattel and Fisher-Price did not infringe on the LeapFrog patent. In response to the decision, Neil Friedman, president of Mattel Brands, said in a statement, “As a company that invests significantly in the development of innovative products and intellectual property, we respect the intellectual property rights of others and conduct our business with the utmost integrity.” Tom Kalinske, chief executive of Emeryville, Calif.-based Leapfrog, responded: “Technology-based patent litigation is very complex and challenging. Nonetheless, we will continue to defend our intellectual property rights in the future.”
Sweet News shop assistant Brid Coogan celebrates after the shop sold a €500,000 winning Euromillions ticket.The Donegal family who won €500k in last week’s Euromillions draw have come forward – and collected their winnings in Dublin today.They bought their winning €6 QuickPick ticket in Sweet News newsagents’ in KillybegsThe family, who wish to remain anonymous, have played the Euromillions every week for the last 11 years and finally saw their numbers come up, thanks to the Quick Pick ticket.“We won’t have to worry about the next bill,” said the family in a statement issued by National Lottery HQ today. Lotto fever has broken out across the county today as tonight’s Lotto jackpot tops €12 MILLION!And some lottery machines have broken down because of the rush to play the game.Another big winner in Dublin today was a man who picked up prize of €129,700, his Match 5 plus Bonus Lotto prize, from the Lotto draw on Wednesday 23 December 2015.He purchased his ticket in Mulveys House of Gifts, Main Street, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim on the day of the draw; the ticket was a €12.50 Quick Pick. DELIGHTED DONEGAL FAMILY REVEAL HOW THEY WON €500,000 ON €6 LOTTO TICKET was last modified: January 20th, 2016 by John2Share 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:Killybegslotterywinner