We’re passionate about including children and teenagers at Castle Kennedy Gardens. The Kids Takeover Day helps young people look after the general public and is just one way we can work more closely with the local community. We’re keen to become a community resource and offer the children an opportunity to get involved and to have responsibility for running a business such as this, hopefully inspiring them and providing them with an introduction to these kind of positions.” Other pupils will take over the Shop Manager role where they will be responsible for setting up the till and cashing up at the end of the day, welcoming visitors, managing stock items and displaying goods as well as watering plants in the plant centre. Lady Stair of Stair Estates, said;“It’s wonderful the children at Castle Kennedy School are looking forward to the day so much which we hope they will enjoy. This is the second time we have organised Kids Takeover Day and it will be exciting to hear about their experiences and read their reports afterwards. Those with a passion for food and drink will take on the role of Tearoom Assistant, taking customer orders, preparing food, washing up and keeping the Tearoom tidy with lots of helpful advice from permanent staff member Jane Stanistreet. For more information about Castle Kennedy Gardens Click HERE The children will be also have the opportunity to be involved in Marketing the Gardens drafting social media posts and a blog post that will go live on the Garden’s own website as well as writing up reports describing each of the ‘take over’ positions. Around fourteen young people will be dropped off from Castle Kennedy Primary School and briefed at Castle Kennedy Gardens Tearoom before they take over for the day this Friday 16 June. Mini managers will adopt the following roles: Gardening Team, Shop & Tearoom Assistants, and Marketing Assistant as part of a community engagement programme run by Stair Estates. The roles are based on real positions held at Castle Kennedy Gardens and children have ‘applied’ for the different positions available, depending on their genuine interest and passions. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInVisitors to Castle Kennedy Gardens are in for a surprise this Friday as Primary 6 & 7s from Castle Kennedy Primary School will be found in charge of several of the Garden’s operations in one of the region’s top visitor attractions during a ‘Kids Takeover Day’. All Garden admissions will be donated to Castle Kennedy Primary School. The Gardening Team will have the opportunity to talk to the Garden’s permanent Head Gardener, John McArthur of that Ilk, receiving invaluable advice from an expert with more than 25 years’ experience working at Castle Kennedy Gardens. The role will involve them sowing seeds, planting pots and flower beds, edging grass and weeding in the Walled Garden and Plant Centre.
SOUL (Source of Universal Love) in Farmington recently reached out on social media for help with meeting their clients’ needs:“Many of our families and individuals were the first to lose their job. They are asking us for food, toiletries and household items.”Here’s how you can help:Donate at sourceofuniversallove.com/donate.Drop off food and supplies at the non-profit’s Farmington location. Call Patty for details 248-672-0616.Use AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0427399) when you shop on Amazon, and the company will donate a portion of your qualifying purchase to SOUL.Order items from the charity’s Amazon wish list, selecting SOUL as the “ship to” address.Learn more at sourceofuniversallove.com. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
GAME #1Cleveland State (0-0) at Akron (0-0)Northeast Ohio Coaches vs. Cancer ClassicSaturday, November 11, 2017 | 7:00 pm ETAkron, Ohio | James A. Rhodes ArenaWatch: ESPN3Listen: AM 1420 | AM 1220PDF GAME NOTESGAME PREVIEW: • Cleveland State opens the 2017-18 season on Saturday (Nov. 11) with a 7:00 pm game at Akron. • It will be the opener of the NE Ohio Coaches vs. Cancer Classic with Kent State and Youngstown State playing the nightcap. • Saturday’s game will be broadcast live on AM 1220, AM 1420 and AM 1440 with Al Pawlowski providing the play-by-play. • The game will also be shown live on ESPN3. • CSU returns three starters and eight letterwinners from last year’s team that went 9-22. The Vikings add seven newcomers – a graduate transfer, a junior college transfer, a Division I transfer and four freshmen. • Saturday’s game will be the regular season debut for first-year head coach Dennis Felton who was named the 15th head coach in CSU history on March 24.THE AKRON SERIES: • Saturday will be the 69th all-time meeting between the two teams with Akron leading the all-time series with CSU, 36-32. • The Zips have won three straight in the series, including a 65-53 win in the 2015-16 season opener. • Akron is 21-12 all-time against CSU at home.THE EXHIBITION GAME: • The Vikings defeated Cedarville, 78-60, in the lone exhibition game of the preseason on Nov. 2. • Kenny Carpenter led CSU with 16 points, adding three rebounds. • Tyree Appleby scored 15 points off the bench, hitting 3-of-4 from three-point. He added four rebounds and five assists.FOR OPENERS: • The Vikings are 32-54 in season openers, including a 25-27 record as Cleveland State. • CSU has won five of its last nine season openers, but has dropped three straight. • In last year’s season opener, the Vikings rallied from a 21 point deficit to force overtime, but fell to Kent State, 79-74, in the NE Ohio Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in Youngstown.FELTON TO MAKE CSU DEBUT: • Dennis Felton will make his CSU regular season debut as head coach on Saturday night at Akron. • Felton was named the 15th head coach in program history on March 24, 2017. • Felton is a coaching veteran with more than 30 years of experience, including 10 full seasons as a head coach. • During his time on the sidelines Felton has amassed 184 victories, won seven conference championships and led six of his teams to the postseason, including four NCAA berths.WORD UP: • Senior Bobby Word is the top returning scorer from last season. He averaged 11.1 points per game. • Word also ranked seventh in the Horizon League with 2.1 three-pointers per game. • He made at least four three’s in nine games last season.KASH IS MONEY: • Kasheem Thomas started all 31 games last year as a freshman, the most starts for a first year player in program history. • He averged 7.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists (9th in HL). • Thomas ranked third in the Horizon League in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.1) with 102 assists and 49 turnovers. • He had seven games with at least six assists.FOR THREE: • CSU begins the 2017-18 season with a school record streak of 597 straight games with a three-pointer. • The Vikings have hit at least three three’s in 146 straight games. • The last time CSU failed to make a three-pointer was Feb. 21, 1998, when the Vikings were 0-for-8 in a 60-57 win over Detroit.RASHAD WILLIAMS SIGNS WITH CSU: • Rashad Williams, a native of Detroit, Mich., signed an NLI to attend CSU beginning in the fall of 2018. • The 6-foot-3 point guard averaged 24.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 6.7 assists at Wayne Memorial HS last year. • First player from Wayne Memorial to earn Associated Press first team all-state honors in 20 years, leading team to the district finals. • Led team to its first KLAA championship, knocking down 78 three-pointers last year, leading the team to a 19-4 record.UP NEXT: • The Vikings play their first game in the Showcase on the Banks on Tuesday (Nov. 14) at Rutgers. Tipoff is at 7:00 pm. • CSU hosts Coppin State in the home opener on Nov. 17 at 7:00 pm in the Wolstein Center. Vince McKee Related TopicsCleveland StateCleveland State Vikings
Dia de la Novia finished fourth, favorite Rhein Kraft failed to perform, ending in ninth place. Last month, Dance in the Mood, winless since spring ’04, went to the gate for the first time in nearly six months and finished with a respectable second place. With that race promising better times ahead at last, the fans booted her up to second pick for the Victoria behind Rhein Kraft and ahead of third choice Air Messiah. Difficult as a filly, strong-willed and insistent on running at her own pace (or not at all), jockey Hiroshi Kitamura said it was truly all about mood with the aptly named mare. “She’s been in good condition all along but the sticking point has been whether you can control her mood,” he said. Kitamura kept Dance on the rail about four back until late in the stretch. “Moving her out too soon might get her upset, so I was just concentrating on waiting as long as I could.” The 25-year-old Kitamura decided to move with about 300 meters to go, slipped neatly through an opening and took the lead with 150 left. It was the jockey’s first G1 win in eight years of riding. Dance, who rocketed to the top with four straight wins from her debut back in 2003, had failed to find the winner’s circle since April 2004 and her win of the Okasho (Japan’s 1,000 Guineas). She had come close though, with a disappointing second-place in the American Oaks at Hollywood Park in July 2004. Since then, however, trainer Kazuo Fujisawa, himself without a G1 win since December ’04, said they had nearly given up on the striking Sunday Silence-sired black mare. A rest from last November, however, proved to be just what she needed. Dance in the Mood, out of the Nijinsky mare, Dancing Key, was bred at Shadai Farm and runs under the Shadai colors. She clocked 1 minute, 34.0 seconds over slightly yielding turf. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES It was a long time coming, but Dance in the Mood finally found her feet again, capturing the Mother’s Day inaugural Victoria Mile at Tokyo Sunday by a length and a quarter over Air Messiah. Dance in the Mood (right) holds off a late charge by Air Messiah to win theVictoria Mile on Sunday at Tokyo Racecourse.
SIGN UP TO DAILY NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP The chairperson of the House Committee on Social Services on Wednesday (Sept. 16) rallied behind the call of her colleagues to include the funding allocation for the cash subsidies for low-income households in the proposed P4.506-trillion national budget for 2021.MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTOLa Union 2nd district Rep. Sandra Eriguel agreed with Negros Oriental 2nd District Rep. Manuel Sagarbarria and Surigao del Norte 2nd District Rep. Robert Ace Barbers that a Social Amelioration Provision (SAP) funding provision should be included in the next year’s national appropriations.“Although the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has allotted for Promotive Social Welfare Program, including 4Ps (Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program) in its proposed budget for 2021, nonetheless, I support the call of several Members of Congress to include in DSWD’s 2021 budget an allocation for cash subsidy similar to the SAP under the “Bayanihan to Heal As One Act” or R.A. 11469 or popularly known as “Bayanihan 1,” she told the Manila Bulletin.She said despite the inclusion of similar subsidy program in the newly-enacted Republic Act No. 11494 or the “Bayanihan to Recover as One Act”, known as Bayanihan 2, it would be sensible if a SAP funding provision is reflected in the 2021 national budget, considering the socio-economic uncertainties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.“It would be judicious to earmark an appropriation for emergency subsidy in DSWD’s 2021 Budget in view of the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic in the coming year,” Eriguel, a medical doctor by profession, said.The House leader noted that RA No. 11494 authorizes the President to implement various recovery interventions, including the provision of similar emergency subsidy worth P5,000 to P8,000 to affected low income households in areas under “granular lockdowns” or restrictions limited to specific area like a street or compound, and to households with recently-returned OFWs.Bayanihan 2 also provides for P6 Billion for DSWD’s Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situations (AICS), she noted.Sagarbarria, chairman of the House Special Committee on West Philippine Sea, had proposed that “SAP should continue and be included in the proposed national budget, but it must be in-kind, like giving rice to poor families.”For his part, Barbers, chairperson of the House Committee on Dangerous Drugs, agreed that SAP should be included in the national spending plan, recognizing that the pandemic crisis would produce more poor families.“If there’s no vaccine in sight until next year, we should continue to roll out financial assistance to low income families next year,” he said in a text message.Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon vowed over the weekend to push for the inclusion of SAP in the proposed national budget for next year.Under the already-lapsed Republic Act NO. 11469 or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, around 18 million low-income families are entitled to receive a P5,000 to P8,000 emergency cash subsidy for two months depending on the minimum wage rate in their regions.In a congressional budget briefing, Budget Secretary Wendel Avisado told the senators that the national government is more focused on improving the economic landscape and creating jobs for economically-dislocated families.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) WT20 East-Asia-Pacific (EAP) ‘B’ Qualifier has commenced at the Friendship Oval in Dasmarinas, just south of Manila in the Philippines. The ICC WT20 EAP ‘B’ Qualifier will see teams from Indonesia, Japan, South Korea and hosts Philippines compete in double round robin T20 format from the 1-7th December, 2018. The winner of the ICC WT20 EAP ‘B’ Qualifier will advance to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup EAP Regional Final alongside Vanuatu and the Hebou PNG Barramundis in early 2019. Hosts, Philippines will head into the tournament as favourites after finishing ahead of Indonesia and Japan in their last encounter in 2017. The ICC WT20 EAP ‘B’ Qualifier will be the first ICC Sanctioned Tournament to be held in the Philippines.
KOLKATA Knight Riders (KKR) qualified for the Indian Premier League (IPL) play-offs with a five-wicket win over the fading Sunrisers Hyderabad.Chris Lynn top-scored with 55 and Robin Uthappa contributed 45 as the Knight Riders overhauled Hyderabad’s total of 172-9 with two balls to spare.Prasidh Krishna had earlier claimed 4-30 for a Kolkata side that appears to be peaking at the right time after securing a third straight victory.In contrast, the previously impressive Sunrisers are losing form as the round-robin stage draws to a close.Kane Williamson’s side have now lost three on the spin and while still on top of the table for now, they could possibly be knocked off the summit if second-placed Chennai Super Kings defeat Kings XI Punjab today.Hyderabad looked in a position to post a score around 200 when they reached 127-1 with Shikhar Dhawan (50) and Williamson at the crease.Yet the loss of their captain, who made 36 off just 17 deliveries, sparked a batting collapse. They lost five wickets for 11 runs in the final two overs, including three in a row to finish the innings.Manish Pandey weighed in with 25 but, presented with the perfect platform to launch a late onslaught, the rest of the middle order fluffed their lines.Krishna completed his four-wicket haul by dismissing Shakib Al Hasan and Rashid Khan with successive deliveries in the 20th over and while he was denied a hat-trick from the last ball of the innings, Bhuvneshwar Kumar was run-out trying to pinch a single.Boosted by their fine finish with the ball, the Knight Riders broke the back of their run chase thanks to their two openers.Australian Lynn was happy to play second fiddle early on, as Sunil Narine took centre stage in their partnership of 52, the left-hander launching two sixes as he made 29 in a hurry.Uthappa then helped add 67 for the second wicket and while both he and Lynn perished before the end, skipper Dinesh Karthik – who finished up unbeaten on 26 – steered his team home.They rather fell over the finish line though, losing the wicket of Nitish Rana when the scores were level, but still picked up the two points they required to become the third franchise to book a spot in the knockout stages.
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Forums Home Go To Topic Listing Location:Chicago, IL 2 Share on other sites Share this post Less, but better. Recommended Posts 22 By Chazberg, October 17, 2006 in Sports Logo News Posted October 17, 2006 2 SportsLogos.Net 22 DA BEARS *ahem* /Cardinals game All Activity Share on other sites DA BEARS *ahem* /Cardinals game Sign in to follow this 22 Posted October 17, 2006 5,354 posts Sports Logos This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post Sign in to follow this All Activity Members Sports Logo News Forums Home Link to post Nick 1733 They only wore the patch in the pre season and possibly the first game, but not beyond that. 0 0 Followers 0 Nick 1733 Banned Chazberg DA BEARS *ahem* /Cardinals game Ever think that there’s more than just what you see? 2 Followers 0 Share this post 2,347 posts SportsLogos.Net Sports Logo News Watchin the game tonight (I’ll withhold my emotions in the interest of others), I noticed the Cards have dropped the Inaugural Season patch from the jerseys. Just wondering how long this has been so? And did it correspond with the stadium selling the naming rights? Sports Logos Chazberg
There’s a fierce battle for places on the Tipp Under 21 team to face Cork in the All Ireland Final.The sides meet on Sunday week at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.Having made his senior debut for Tipp against Waterford in the National League in February, Paudie Feehan will be hoping to make the starting 15 for the Under 21’s. Photo © Tipp FM The Killenaule clubman says he doesn’t care where manager Liam Cahill puts him on the pitch.