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  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help/St. Agnes Pastor Re-Assigned

    first_imgHIGHLANDS – The Rev. William Lago, pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help/St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church, announced at all masses that he is being re-assigned to another parish on July 1.Lago, who has been serving at both the Highlands and Atlantic Highlands churches for two years, said the Bishop David O’Connell will be making an announcement this week of all the clerical changes to take place in July, after new priests are ordained. He did not name the priest who will be replacing him as pastor here.During his brief tenure, Lago oversaw the consolidation of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St. Agnes, as two separate parishes, merged into one. He said that now that the merger is complete, he has more work that has to be done within the next three months, after which the new pastor will be able to continue his service to the people of both communities.Lago will assume duties as pastor of St. Denis in Manasquan in July, ironically the same parish where the Rev. Michael Lynch, who also served at both the Bayshore churches, is currently serving.last_img read more

  • Mallard’s Team of the Week — LVR Rec Leadership

    first_imgThe LVR Recreational Leadership made a lot of families in Nelson very happy. The class raised close to $2,000 during a Christmas Fundraiser in early December held at the Fairview school. The event, initiated by Grade 12 Leadership student, Taryn Scarff allowed th class to present the Nelson Community Services with a cheque for $1,000 as well as purchase clothes, toys, and blankets for the Nelson Transition House. The class also bought seven people presents from the wish tree at Kootenai Moon.Staff at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to salute the class with Team of the Week accolades.  Pictured is Taryn Scarff )holding the cheque along with LVr principal Tim Huttemann, rec leadership instructor Sheri Morrison  and members of the Recreational Leadership 11 and 12 classes from LVR.last_img read more

  • Teens go above and beyond to earn achievement awards

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Katerina Sharp, OCJ 4-H reporterAlong with the many projects, trips and other leadership opportunities available to Ohio 4-H members, teens can apply for achievement awards each year that recognize their hard work in specific project areas.The Ohio 4-H achievement award application requires members to keep track of and record all their yearly 4-H activities, along with their work in a specific project category. There are 28 categories that cover project areas such as beef, environmental science, health and safety, leadership, photography, and food and nutrition. Counties select the top candidate from each category to go on to the state competition.Selection for each category is based on what the 4-H member learned, project achievement, 4-H awards and honors. The first-place state winner from each project area receives an all-expenses paid trip to attend National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia, where members network with other 4-H teens from across the country while engaging in leadership trainings and community service events. Each of Ohio’s 28 achievement award winners also attend a recognition banquet at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center where they are recognized for their achievements in 4-H.Two of this year’s 28 winners are Andrew Houseman and Lauren Hitt.Andrew Houseman is a 10-year member of Clinton County’s Adams Chiefs 4-H club. Andrew received his achievement award in woodworking, a project area he has participated in all 10 years.“The feeling of earning this award is phenomenal. I really love woodworking,” said Andrew. “To know you are the best in your area in the entire state of Ohio is a really cool feeling. I’ve put a ton of work into 4-H over the years and for me, woodworking is a skill I can use throughout my life.”In addition to his woodworking projects, Andrew completed vegetable projects and has shown hogs. He also held several officer positions in his 4-H club and in junior fair board over the past few years.“I wouldn’t be the person I am today without 4-H,” said Andrew. “Being a camp counselor taught me how to work with kids and take care of someone other than myself. Being a junior fair board member has given me a lot of professional experience, like working with people, planning and organizing events, and time management.”Andrew is looking forward to attending The Ohio State University’s ATI campus this fall, where he plans to major in agricultural systems management.Lauren Hitt, a 9-year member of Franklin County’s K-9 Wonderdogs club, has been chosen as Ohio’s achievement award winner in the companion animals category. Lauren rescued two dogs, Lily and Sadie, that she trains and shows in 4-H. She is also active in 4-H PetPALS, where she and Lilly visit the Columbus Public Library to promote education and reading, as well as Wesley Glen Retirement Community.“It means a lot to me to know that I’ve made an impact,” said Lauren, “and to know that people recognize the effort I have put into training my dogs. I’m very honored to be getting this award and just doing what I love.”last_img read more

  • LG teases the V30’s 6-inch dual curved OLED display ahead of Aug 31 launch

    first_imgLG is set to launch its next flagship LG V30 on August 31 in Berlin and the phone will go on sale in September this year. Now, the company has also confirmed that its next flagship smartphone will come with 6-inch dual curved OLED display as rumoured before.LG V30 will be the company’s first-ever smartphone to feature a plastic OLED FullVision display. The company’s last phone to sport OLED display was LG G Flex 2 which came in year 2015.”With competition in the global smartphone space fiercer now than ever, we felt that this was the right time to reintroduce OLED displays in our mobile products,” said Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.LG V30 will be the first 6-inch phone from LG. The company has further hinted that the phone will have a smaller body than its predecessors i.e. V20. LG has reduced the sizes of upper and lower bezels in V30 by 20  and 50 per cent compared to the V20. Also, the company logo has been moved from the bottom of the display to the back of the phone to increase the usable screen area. The FullVision display has been enhanced on the 4.15 million pixels of the QHD+ (1440 x 2880) OLED screen. The phone’s screen will come with Gorilla Glass 5 protection.Also Read: LG V30 to come with wireless charging support, may ditch the signature secondary displayLG V30 has been in buzz for quite some time. The smartphone has been subjected to numerous leaks and rumours in past. While the company has now revealed almost everything about the phone’s display, the past rumours hint on few internal specs like the phone could come with dual cameras on the back. In an image leaked by OnLeaks, the phone is seen in a glossy black colour with dual rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor placed it. The volume rockers are expected to placed on the left edge of the phone while a 3.55 mm audio jack could come on top edge of the handset.advertisementThere are talks that LG could ditch its signature secondary display  in V30. The company had introduced the secondary screen with V20. The secondary screen is placed above the main screen and shows 5 different shortcut buttons based on what  is currently on the main screen. The rumoured V30 could be powered by the Snapdragon 836 which is to go official in coming few months.  It is expected that the phone could house 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.last_img read more

  • Ifakara Health Institute

    first_imgPosted on October 22, 2010November 13, 2014Click 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 email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)The following is part of a series of project updates from the Ifakara Health Institute (IHI). MHTF is supporting their project, Using Cell Phones for Obstetric Emergencies. More information on MHTF supported projects can be found here.Written by: IHIThe Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) will seek to improve emergency care for pregnant women and newborns in Tanzania by providing free mobile phones and business-related service for mid-level health care providers, to allow better communication with senior medical staff at district headquarters. Cooperating with district councils and the ZAIN mobile telephone company, IHI will evaluate the cost, feasibility and implementation issues that arise if health workers at the district level have better access to long-distance counseling, faster referrals and resupply service and emergency clinical support.A baseline assessment will help to guide the development of the system. It includes health facility visits; interviews with health workers, TBAs, and village and district officials; focus group discussions in communities and case studies with women who have experienced a complication in the last year.Negotiations with the phone company ZAIN that began as project-specific opened a dialogue between Ifakara Health Institute and the company which resulted in a broad agreement that will also reduce the costs of communications for IHI staff.Share this: ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read:last_img read more

  • 10 months agoWolves eyeing Derby County prospect Sibley

    first_imgWolves eyeing Derby County prospect Sibleyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveEngland U17 international Louie Sibley is attracting Premier League interest.The Mirror says Wolves are on the trail of Derby County prospect Sibley.The Black Country club are beefing up its resources and ambitiously recruiting the best young talent.Defender Sibley was promoted to Derby’s U-23s and scored the goal to earn a 1-1 draw against Manchester United on Thursday night. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • Kinross earnings slide as costs rise revenue drops but outlook unchanged

    first_imgTORONTO – Kinross Gold Corp. says net earnings were down in the second quarter as revenue slipped and costs rose.The mining company says net earnings for the quarter ending June 30 came in at US$2.4 million, or nil per share, compared to US$33.1 million or three cents per share for the same quarter last year.Adjusted net earnings per share were three cents, below the four cents expected by analysts according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.The slide in profits came as its all-in sustaining costs rose to US$1,018 per ounce of gold equivalent, up from US$910 per ounce in the same period of 2017, while revenue was down to US$775 million compared to US$869 million last year.The company says it has kept its outlook for the year unchanged at 2.5 million ounces at an all-in sustaining cost of US$975 per ounce.Kinross says it has temporarily halted a phase two expansion of its Tasiast mine in Mauritania as it continues negotiations with the government on its activities in the country.Companies mentioned in this article: (TSX:K)Note to readers: This is a corrected story. The previous version incorrectly said Kinross was negotiating with Mauritania on taxation.last_img read more

  • Many AZAD workers join BJP

    first_imgNew Delhi: Several workers from the Apni Zindagi Apna Dal (AZAD) party on Monday joined the BJP to campaign for its return to the Central government in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. Speaking at the event, Azad party leader Sarjeet Singh Khandsal Nandwasi said that he is “very much influenced by Narendra Modi” and that by joining BJP he will be able to contribute towards the true development of the nation, which is possible only under the leadership of someone like Modi. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderPresent at the event, National Vice President of BJP and the state in-charge for Lok Sabha elections Shyam Jaju said that Nandwasi joining the party is not an isolated incident. “Every day hundreds of people are joining BJP due to the increasing popularity of Narender Modi and BJP,” he said. Praising the BJP government’s work in the centre and in various states, Jaju said that Modi’s leadership has proven that their party is truly for the betterment of poorer sections of society. Not missing a chance to take a dig at the opposition, Jaju also accused the Congress of looting taxpayers’ money for 55 years. He added that the BJP government under Modi’s leadership is the only way to go if the country wishes to see dynasty-free and corruption-free politics in India.last_img read more

  • Sensex jumps over 100 pts, Nifty crosses 11,700

    first_imgMumbai: The benchmark Sensex traded on a flat to positive note during the early trade on Tuesday after opening over 100 points higher. The Sensex of the BSE opened at 38,988.57 from its previous close at 38,871.87 on Monday. At 9.36 a.m., it traded at 38,926.09 higher by 54.22 points or 0.14 per cent. The Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) opened at 11,711.55 after closing at 11,669.15 on Monday. It traded at 11,684.95 during the morning trade session, up 15.80 points and 0.14 per cent. On Monday, Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) who have played a key role in pushing markets to fresh highs, bought Rs 898 crore worth of stocks, while Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) off-loaded scrips valued Rs 1,032 crore.last_img read more