HAITI: Architect for Port-au-Prince cathedral announced

first_img Featured Events Rector Washington, DC Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI December 12, 2012 at 5:11 pm Haiti is is an area prone to both earthquakes and hurricanes. The Designers should review the standards for buildings in southern California and southern Florida as part of the design process.Tom Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Peter Rice says: Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET December 12, 2012 at 9:35 pm There’s an argument in opposition to the design and construction of a cathedral in Port-au-prince. It simply objects to the investment of ??? millions of dollars for the recreation of an example of the Episcopal Church style. In stead of bricks and mortar the argument supposes donations to the “historic correctness” of the beauty of the institution that the funds be invested in agriculture, industrial and small business capital for the growing of the economy and culture. The church is not the building … it is the service to the people that the church provides that sets it aside from the ordinary. That service illustrates the presence of God’s salvation here and now. Feed the hungry, treat the sick and relive the oppression of poverty and ignorance–than the people of Haiti will understand through participation the meaning of the Kingdom of God. This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Submit a Press Release December 12, 2012 at 11:37 pm Schools first! The hope of the Haitian people, our brothers and sisters in Christ, is in their children. Historically the Diocese has not adequately supported the schools outside of the Capitol region. Those schools are supported largely by U.S. Episcopal partner schools and parishes in combination with local parents. Build the new Cathedral AFTER the schools are restored and an adequate ongoing support structure within the Diocese has been established and funded for the more than 250 Haitian Episcopal schools. Rector Martinsville, VA December 17, 2012 at 8:18 am Please, decent housing for those still in tents, then schools, THEN a fine new cathedral. Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Posted Dec 12, 2012 HAITI: Architect for Port-au-Prince cathedral announced An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Comments are closed. Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Fr. Jay Pierce says: Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Press Release Service Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector Belleville, IL Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Rector Pittsburgh, PA Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Tagscenter_img Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Submit an Event Listing TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Submit a Job Listing [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] The Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti announce the selection of Kerns Group Architects, P.C., of Arlington, Virginia, as architect of the new Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, Haiti (Diocese of Haiti).On Jan. 12, 2010, a massive earthquake struck Haiti, killing more than 300,000 people, seriously injuring more than 250,000, and leaving 1.3 million homeless. An extensive number of private and public buildings were destroyed including Holy Trinity Cathedral and the affiliated Episcopal institutions in the Cathedral Complex in Port-au-Prince.The Project Team made its recommendation following a yearlong strategic process. The members of the project team are diocese of Haiti officials: Bishop Jean Zaché Duracin; Sikhumbuzo Vundla, chief of operations; the Rev. Joseph Constant, special coordinator; and the Rev. John Runkle, RA, consulting project manager.“Faced with the enormity of rebuilding most of its churches, schools and other structures throughout the earthquake ravaged region, the Diocese of Haiti decided to concentrate its initial efforts on rebuilding Holy Trinity Cathedral as a prominent landmark of God’s abiding presence with the Haitian people and the church’s commitment to serve them,” Duracin said. “The new cathedral will be a beacon of hope to all who suffer.”“The project team agreed Kerns Group is the architectural firm that will best embody the vision for a new Cathedral that reflects the history and culture of the Haitian people,” said Constant. “Kerns Group bring years of extensive experience designing new churches, including a number of notable Episcopal Churches, throughout much of the United States. And with the Episcopal Church, they also share a profound sense of mission to the people of Haiti that will result in a cathedral unique to the church there.”“This marks an important milestone in the effort to rebuild our church in Haiti,” said Bishop Stacy Sauls, Episcopal Church chief operating officer. “It has come about because of the hard work of many people from the Diocese of Haiti, the Church Center, and beyond. It has come about in no small part due to the generosity of thousands of Episcopalians from across our church who have given to rebuild the Holy Trinity Cathedral. I want to especially thank Albert E. Phillips and Laura Thomas of the Atlanta law firm of Cohen, Pollock, Merlin & Small for their tireless dedication and extreme generosity in getting us to this point.”The new cathedral will be designed to respect and celebrate the characteristics of the Episcopal Church in Haiti, the Haitian people and their culture. The worship space will be larger than the previous cathedral and will provide the flexibility to accommodate larger congregations. It will incorporate the three, surviving, world-renowned, painted murals, of the original 14 that adorned the interior of the destroyed cathedral. Its structure will comply with international seismic and hurricane building code standards. The building will be constructed to serve as a place of refuge in the event of future emergency situations.For more information on supporting the fundraising effort here. Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL December 12, 2012 at 11:07 pm Fr. Jay has an important point, but I fear it is lost to the decision makers in Haiti. Fr. Jay has a modern approach to ministry – focused on the mission to the people and not on appearance. But the church in Haiti, in my experience, is focused on medieval methods of evangelism, where the building of a large church was enough to bring the populace into the fold. Haitians are well aware of “bondie” but not of His word or teachings. What brings them in is attention to their needs – food, education, health care, etc.. It amazes me that the American church has gotten behind the plan put forward by the Haitian church when they well understand what really works. Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Comments (6) Rector Collierville, TN Rector Knoxville, TN Curate Diocese of Nebraska May 26, 2014 at 10:57 pm To everything there is a season:A time to build a cathedral and a time to build homes and businesses;A time for the Christian community to gather for worship, sacrament, learning, and fellowship, and a time for that community to go forth to serve by feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and empowering the weak to become strong;A time to lift up art and encourage artistic expression, and a time to enjoy the results as we see the myriad ways people grow intellectually and spiritually as the community blossoms in so many surprising ways..The rabbis of old times had an expression: “Where there is no wine, there is no joy.”Where there is no good architecture, no profound storytelling, no drawing or painting, no good music, no drama, no good design, you have no imagination, no creative problem solving, no three dimensional understanding of new learning, and no powerful spirituality.It is not a question of either/or but of both/and. A great cathedral facility under responsible leadership will not detract from ministry but become the Lord’s instrument to energize and continually enhance it. It is not of secondary importance in the scheme of things, it is primary. Rector Shreveport, LA Thomas R. Martin says: Youth Minister Lorton, VA Rector Smithfield, NC Haiti Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector Tampa, FL Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Jacquelyn Williams says: Louis Towson says: Associate Rector Columbus, GA Featured Jobs & Calls The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Albany, NY Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Dan Tootle says: Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Director of Music Morristown, NJ Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector Bath, NC Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR last_img read more

Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) Even Easier to Sell

first_imgWe launched the Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) last year with our channel partners in mind.  IDPA is a converged, all-in-one data protection solution that is fast to deploy and converges protection storage and software, search and analytics, and cloud tier for long-term retention—in a single appliance.We have now made IDPA even easier to manage and upgrade – all things that make it easier for our channel partners to sell IDPA.  Specifically, we are announcing the addition of IDPA System Manager, a centralized and intuitive management and monitoring user interface, increased cloud readiness, and improved data protection for VMware workloads.With these new improvements, IDPA takes a massive step forward by providing enhanced simplicity, ease of use and more powerful data protection for your customers and helps them take better advantage of the cloud as part of their data protection.IDPA now has even more to offer—providing an exciting opportunity for our partners to help the existing customers refresh their protection solution as well as offer new customers’ simple and powerful Dell EMC data protection. Check out Dell EMC Data Protection portal page to access sales and marketing resources available for your leverage.Ease of Use with Centralized Management & Monitoring via Modern New UIThe new IDPA System Manager UI provides centralized monitoring and management, with easy-to-use intuitive navigation. A majority of daily activities, such as reporting, setting policies and initiating backup, can be handled directly from the IDPA System Manager.  IDPA System Manager also provides customizable dashboards for easy real-time monitoring of customers’ data protection environment.Watch the video:Modern and Comprehensive Cloud ReadinessModern and efficient cloud readiness is the centerpiece of Dell EMC products and strategy. We continue to evolve our products to support all aspects of our customers’ cloud journey. IDPA was launched with native Cloud Tier for long-term retention and archiving to public or private cloud. Now, with this announcement we are introducing Cloud Disaster Recovery for IDPA. This add-on feature enables virtual machine images protected on IDPA to be copied to object storage within Amazon Web Services for a modern, cost-efficient disaster recovery solution that takes advantage of the cloud. This service can be used to orchestrate and automate disaster recovery (DR) testing, DR failover and failback to/ from the cloud in a disaster scenario. No data protection infrastructure is needed for the failover/recovery within AWS, and no compute resources are needed until a failover occurs – greatly reducing costs. With Cloud Disaster Recovery, IDPA enables customers to leverage cloud across diverse cloud use-cases and benefit from the cloud economics and efficiencies for data protection with minimal additional learning or operational costs.Plus…better VMware data protection and operational improvementsNew VM file-level recovery enables recovery of multiple files, single files or folders.  And, operational enhancements make IDPA even easier to maintain.Access Dell EMC sales Knowledge Center today to learn more about the Dell EMC IDPA. Check out the Dell EMC IDPA home page and follow @DellEMCProtect on Twitter for our latest announcements and content.last_img read more

Subsidies wanted for LIAT as REDjet spreads wings

first_img 27 Views   no discussions Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img Share LifestyleTravel Subsidies wanted for LIAT as REDjet spreads wings by: – July 20, 2011 Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer, whose government is one of LIAT’s major shareholders, is urging his Caribbean neighbours to begin subsidizing the airline to fly to their countries as new budget carrier REDjet continues to make advances on the routes currently operated by LIAT.His plea comes as the Barbados-based REDjet finally gets approval to fly to and from Trinidad and Tobago and awaits official approval from Jamaica which has also given it clearance. This is in addition to the Barbados-Guyana route the airline currently operates.Prime Minister Spencer said some Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Member States have benefitted tremendously from the airline’s operations and “cannot do without LIAT, but yet they find it difficult to lend support to LIAT”.He said just as countries subsidise international carriers, they should extend the same assistance to the Antigua-based LIAT.LIAT, in which Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados and St. Vincent and the Grenadines are the majority shareholders, has been accused of keeping the cost of regional travel too high, but it has always insisted that taxes have made it difficult to offer lower fares.The no-frills REDjet, however, has been offering fares as low as US$9.99 before taxes and 37,000 seats went on sale at that price yesterday.Speaking on the ‘Focus’ programme on local radio station, Crusader Radio, Prime Minister Spencer said while Antigua & Barbuda will consider any proposition made by REDjet, it will remain committed to LIAT.“Clearly, it will be competition and we are not necessarily against competition as we have always said,” he said.“What we are against are predatory prices and mechanisms that would definitely affect LIAT and its operations…We will look at it but our interest is to ensure that LIAT is able to survive.”REDjet has been in discussion with several other Eastern Caribbean countries, including Grenada and St. Kitts and Nevis, on starting services to those countries, but no decisions have yet been made.Caribbean 360 Newslast_img read more

Football: Bernardo Silva comes under fire from anti-racism charity over Mendy tweet

first_imgRelatedPosts Champions League: Man City must be at its best to win, says Silva Carabao Cup semifinal: City thrash Man U Portugal beat Holland to win inaugural Nations League title Manchester City midfielder, Bernardo Silva, has come under fire from anti-racism body Kick It Out after a Twitter post concerning team mate Benjamin Mendy that he deleted an hour after posting.Silva, who scored a hat-trick in Manchester City’s 8-0 hammering of Watford on Saturday, posted a message comparing Mendy to the character used in the logo for Conguitos, a brand of confectionery popular in Spain and Portugal.“We are extremely disappointed to see the tweet posted by Bernardo Silva, which has since been deleted.“Racist stereotypes are never acceptable as ‘banter’, and we’re shocked that someone who is a role model to millions has failed to understand the discriminatory nature of his post,” Kick it Out said in a statement on Monday.Kick It Out said the FA had been notified and that they believe “retrospective action” should be taken, including “mandatory education”.Silva, who deleted the post an hour after it was published on Sunday, posted another message saying “Can’t even joke with a friend these days….you guys”.The two players were team mates at Monaco before joining Manchester City in 2017. Tags: Bernado Silvamendylast_img read more

Wellington in ‘others’; Conway Springs ranked No. 3; Wellington tennis regional loaded; C football team wins; and cross country schedule change

first_imgWellington gets ranked in ‘others’: The latest Catch it Kansas and Wichita Eagle-Varsity Kansas.com rankings are out. Wellington has moved into the “others” rankings for the first time in like forever. In the latest Class 4A poll to be released by the Wichita Eagle, after the top five rankings of 1. Holton, 2. Andale, 3. Buhler, 4. Coffeyville, and 5. Baldwin, Wellington at 4-1 joins 17 other schools in the “others.”Wellington did not make the Catch-it Kansas poll, but the Channel 12 sports website only ranks the top five.Here is the bad news. Wellington travels to No. 2 ranked Andale Friday. Winfield, a district opponent, is also in the “others.” Clearwater and Mulvane aren’t mentioned. Let’s just say those teams won’t be patsies either.Wellington can afford to lose to Andale this week. District competition is in two weeks. The final three regular season games are essential to determining Wellington’s playoff hopes. All games up to next Friday is just window dressing.The full Varsity Kansas rankings are as follows:Class 4A1. Holton 5-0 (1)2. Andale 5-0 (2)3. Buhler 5-0 (3)4. Coffeyville 5-0 (4)5. Baldwin 5-0 (NR)Others: Bonner Springs 4-0 (NR), Clay Center 4-1 (NR), Columbus 5-0 (NR), Eudora 3-1 (NR), Hesston 5-0 (NR), Jefferson West 5-0 (NR), Larned 5-0 (NR), Maize South 4-1 (NR), Paola 4-1 (5), Smoky Valley 5-0 (NR), Tonganoxie 4-1 (NR), Trinity Academy 4-1 (NR), Ulysses 4-1 (NR), Wamego 5-0 (NR), Wellington 4-1 (NR), Wichita Collegiate 3-2 (NR), Winfield 4-1 (NR)Other football rankings:  As for other Sumner County teams and rankings, Conway Springs continues to remain at No. 3 in both polls- a position that the Cards have remained in for three consecutive weeks.Silver Lake is No. 1 and Beloit is No. 2. Pittsburg Colgan is at No. 4 and Scott City is at No. 5.South Haven remains in the “others” in 8-man division 1 along with its SCBL counterparts West Elk and Udall. Friday’s Udall at South Haven game is essentially a playoff game.No other Sumner County team is ranked.The Varsity Kansas rankings are as follows for Class 3A, 8-man Div. 1 and Div. II polls:Class 3A1. Silver Lake 5-0 (1)2. Beloit 5-0 (2)3. Conway Springs 5-0 (3)4. Pittsburg Colgan 5-0 (4)5. Scott City 4-1 (5)Others: Caney Valley 4-1 (NR), Central Heights 4-1 (NR), Eureka 4-1 (NR), Galena 4-1 (NR), Horton 4-1 (NR), Humboldt 4-1 (NR), Lyons 4-1 (NR), Nemaha Valley 4-1 (NR), Phillipsburg 5-0 (NR), Riverside 5-0 (NR), Rossville 5-0 (NR), Sacred Heart 4-1 (NR), Sedgwick 4-1 (NR), SE-Saline 5-0 (NR).8-Man I1. Madison 5-0 (1)2. Osborne 5-0 (2)3. Solomon 5-0 (3)4. Rawlins County 5-0 (4)5. Kiowa County 5-0 (NR)Others: Central Plains 4-1 (NR), Clifton-Clyde 4-1 (NR), Fairfield 4-1 (NR), Hodgeman County 5-0 (NR), Hoxie 4-1 (NR), Marais des Cygnes 4-1 (NR), Peabody-Burns 4-1 (NR), South Central 4-1 (5), South Haven 3-1 (NR), Spearville 4-1 ( NR), Udall 4-1 (NR), Uniontown 4-1 (NR), West Elk 5-0 (NR).8-Man II1. Wallace County 5-0 (3)2. Baileyville 4-1 (2)3. Victoria 5-0 (4)4. Hanover 3-1 (1)5. Beloit St. John’s 5-0 (5)Others: BV-Randolph 5-0 (NR), Chetopa 4-1 (NR), Hope 3-1 (NR), Ingalls 4-1 (NR), Natoma 4-1 (NR), Rolla 4-1 (NR), South Barber 3-1 (NR), Southern Cloud 4-1 (NR), Thunder Ridge 4-1 (NR), Waverly 4-1 (NR), Weskan 5-0 (NR).WHS, Conway Springs Tennis:The Wellington Regional will be a loaded one. Andover Central, Buhler, Larned, Nickerson, Pratt, Towanda Circle, Ulysses, Wichita Trinity, Winfield and – of course- Wellington will be participating in a regional which will begin on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11-12.Coaches meeting will be prior to the meet at 10 a.m. on Friday. Tennis play will begin thereafter around 11 a.m. or so.The top six singles and top six doubles finishers at each regional tournament will qualify for state competition held at the Topeka-Kossover Tennis Center on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 18-19, 2013.The latest tennis rankings came out Monday. Of those Wellington regional teams Winfield is No. 2, Andover Central is No. 4, Buhler is No. 6, Pratt is in the “others” in Class 4A. Wellington is not ranked.In Class 3-1-1A, defending state champion Conway Springs is ranked No. 3 behind two Wichita private schools. Wichita Collegiate is No. 1 and Wichita Independent is No. 2. Conway Springs is in the Hutchinson Trinity Catholic Regional with Wichita Collegiate and Independent.The full rankings are here: http://www.mustangtennis.net/kca/LRankings7.htm WMS Cross Country:The date and time change for the Pioneer League Division II Cross Country Championship has been changed from Tuesday, Oct. 15 to Monday, Oct. 14 at 3 p.m.The cross country hosts also moved up the time to 3 p.m. The meet is held at Rose Hill Shorty Cox Park area.img src=”http://www.sumnernewscow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Allied-Insurance-Logo-HRes.gif” width=”480″ height=”70″ /> Wellington C football: On Monday, the Wellington C team football team destroyed Circle 46-0 by almost the same score as the varsity boys did on Friday when it won 43-0. The two teams beat Circle by a combined 89-0!Derek Driskell had two rushing touchdowns for Wellington.Dylan Ferguson had one rushing touchdown and a two point conversion.Colton Glover had one rushing touchdown, one receiving touchdown and four two-point conversions.Dylan Goodman had one rushing touchdown and one passing touchdown. 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! 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Matt Calvert injury update: Colorado Avalanche forward out indefinitely

first_imgColorado Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar told reporters Monday that Matt Calvert will be out indefinitely after he was hit in the head with a puck during Saturday’s 5-4 overtime win over the Vancouver Canucks.According to the team, Calvert is going through concussion protocol but has not yet been diagnosed with a concussion since Elias Pettersson’s shot struck him in the helmet. MORE: NHL players critical of Avalanche-Canucks officials for handling of Matt Calvert injuryThe blow left the 29-year-old forward sprawled on the ice and unable to stand in Colorado’s defensive zone Saturday with just minutes to play, but on-ice officials did not blow the whistle so he could be attended to by medical staff because the Canucks still had possession of the puck. Vancouver scored 13 seconds after Calvert was struck by the puck, which prompted several players to complain about player safety after the game.This is honestly terrible pic.twitter.com/WUXN79tawo— DNVR Avalanche (@DNVR_Avalanche) November 17, 2019Calvert joins forwards Mikko Rantanen and Gabriel Landeskog and goaltender Philipp Grubauer on the team’s injury list, which now sits at six players. Through 20 games this season, Calvert has registered four goals and 12 points, tied for sixth on the Avs in scoring.last_img read more

Sammy scores her first US win

first_img Tags: England teams, Roehampton Golf Club, Sammy Fuller, USA college golf, Women’s Golf 21 Sep 2018 Sammy scores her first US win England international Sammy Fuller has just won her first tournament on the US women’s college circuit, less than a year after she had a kidney removed.Fuller, a student at Keiser University in Florida, shot four-under par over three rounds on the Palmer course at PGA National and won by 12 shots.The 19-year-old from Roehampton, Surrey, established a three-shot lead over the first 36 holes and finished with a bogey-free round of three under.“This was a great achievement for Sammy, especially after having a kidney removed earlier this year,” commented her father, Ashley.The PGA National has always been a good hunting ground for Fuller who won five straight Honda Junior Classics there.She has recently returned to her US university after a successful summer’s golf when her results included finishing runner-up in the English women’s match play championship. Fuller, who first played for England as a 14-year-old, was on duty this summer in the Women’s Home Internationals.Image copyright Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

The End is Near…Have you Met your Deductible?

first_imgSubmitted by Foot & Ankle Surgical AssociatesThe end of the year is approaching faster than we might have liked.  It’s time to “Use it or Lose it!”The staff of Foot & Ankle Surgical Associates would like to remind you that your new insurance period begins January 1 2015.  Now is a great time to take advantage of those deductibles being met and schedule your appointment before the end of the year.We have three clinics to serve South Sound patients including Tumwater, Yelm and Centralia offices.  We offer a broad range of services from both our podiatry clinic and Medi-Spa.  Whether your problem is minor, such as persistent toenail fungus, or quite serious, such as sever planter fasciitis, the doctors and staff at all our clinics can help.Our office is also participating in a food drive to help fill the local food banks of our Tumwater, Centralia and Yelm offices. We would greatly appreciate any donation of non-perishable food.Visit our website for more information or follow us on Facebook. Facebook5Tweet0Pin0last_img read more


first_imgBy Kathy MieleI walked into the living room where all of my guys were hanging out on the couch. I held up my camera and said, “Smile!”“Whoa…” Alex held his hand over his face. “What are you doing?”“I’m trying to get some candid shots of the three of you,” I explained.“Walking into a room shouting ‘Smile’ isn’t candid,” Steven reminded me.“Fine.” I snapped a quick shot of them.“Come on!” Max cried.I hit review on my camera. “Well, that was an awful picture,” I said as I pressed the delete button.“Why the interest in candid shots all of a sudden?” Steven asked.“I’m glad you asked.” I pointed to the table next to the couch that was filled with framed photos of the boys. “Haven’t you noticed that all the photos we have around the house are when the boys weren’t even in their teens yet?”Steven picked up a picture of both boys on the play gym of our old house. Their heads were sticking out between the slats of the tower. “What were they, 4 and 8 in this shot?”“Exactly!” I said. “If someone came into our house right now they’d think we have little kids. Not two guys in their 20s.”“Who’s coming into our house that wouldn’t know who we are?” Alex asked.“Good point,” Steven said.“That’s not the point,” I countered. “What’s wrong with wanting to have some updated photos around the house?”“Ah, I can find something wrong with it,” Max said.“What?”“We’d have to spend hours posing for pictures,” he said. “You know how you get when you start picture-taking.”All three began to laugh.“What’s that supposed to mean?” I asked.The boys looked at Steven, making him the spokesperson for all three. “You start yelling,” he reminded me. “Smile! Look this way! Quit making that face!” The boys were nodding in agreement. “That’s the reason we stopped taking pictures, don’t you remember?” he asked.By this time I’d put the camera down on the table and Max had picked it up. He snapped a shot of me with my hands on my hips looking annoyed as I listened to Steven explain why we don’t take photos anymore.“Hey! Give me that!” I tried to get the camera out of Max’s hand but he’d already hit the review button and was showing Alex and Steven the shot. “That’s a keeper,” he said as he handed it back to me.I cringed as I took a quick peek before hitting delete. “Fine, I won’t take any pictures today,” I agreed. “But this isn’t over.”The three of them were high-fiving each other as I left the room. I quickly turned around and snapped the picture. “Perfect!” I said. “Now I have a picture with a fun story behind it!”last_img read more

Experience Cortland GeoTour (GT21)

first_imgECGT – Hannah’s Stump GC4320Y“Say yes or I jump!” Those could have been Hannah’s last words, but they weren’t. Isaac Bloomer dropped to his knee below the precipice over which Hannah’s stump leaned. Right then and there Isaac proposed marriage to save the poor girl’s life. At least that’s how the early 19th-century tale goes, and it very well may be true. Town records show that Hannah Towbridge of Gridley Hollow and Isaac Bloomer were married and likely lived an abundant pioneer farm life. Twentieth century locals embraced and reported the legend of Hannah’s Stump, as well as the good berry picking and camping that could be found at the base of the cliff and adjunct to the winding road and stream. The road was eventually straightened and the physical location of Hannah’s stump vanished to progress. Regardless, if a geocacher looks upstream through the new bridge and to the stone embankment, one might conjure up the essence of Hannah’s Stump.Hannah’s StumpECGT – Last One Room Schoolhouse GC433R1This scenic hamlet includes the original home of The Glen Haven School and Public Library. In the early days, a large resort hotel attracted visitors arriving on the southern end of Skaneateles Lake by steamboat.  The school was the last functioning one-room schoolhouse in Cortland County. Down the road and nearby this geocache one can find the Fair Haven Marina, the Glen Haven Inn, and some excellent fishing. Grout Brook, which flows into the south end of Skaneateles Lake, is a premier rainbow trout fishing spot, especially in early spring when trout head upstream to spawn. Bring a canoe, fishing pole, your curiosity, and perhaps dinner money to enjoy this “secret” hideaway.Last One Room SchoolhouseECGT – Field of Dreams GC43D18This geocache locale shares views of the town ball field, the local cemetery, old Route 26, town hall, and the vacant spot that was once the legendary landmark Brown Beaver Inn. Excellent fishing can be found nearby on the Otselic River. The Willet Ball Field grandstand was built in the early 1940s from salvaged lumber from the old icehouse at the former Reed Ice Cream Plant. The hunt for this geocache required climbing the actual grandstand. Field of DreamsECGT – The Crossroads GC5VDTKThe Crossroads is the location of the Town Hall, a lovely park with picnic tables, a basketball court, and a perfect old time swimming hole. Bring your swim gear (or not).Amish farmers can be seen on a summer day working the fields the way the original settlers would. They are the most recent immigrants to the area and are commonly seen riding their horses and buggies. If it’s laundry day, a drive down the road past one Amish farm will yield a wonderful display of dungarees of all sizes arranged by size on an endless clothesline.PrizesFind all 20 caches, fill in your map, and you earn an official Experience Cortland GeoTour hat and Cortland County pin!What geocachers are sayingWe knew so little of this region before the GeoTour, but now we feel like we’ve been in every nook and cranny of Cortland County. This GeoTour exposed us to the beauty of this part of New York State and the Finger Lakes Region. — ajlepelLoved the story surrounding the location and the container was brilliant. Great use of the space and resources. — Fur007Traveled to Cortland County do the Geotour. We really enjoyed this series and due to all of them being quick stop and grabs it was a great thing to do for the kids. It took us about 8 hours but that was our time with stops for visits, food, and gas along with a few other caches in the area. Due to us being there on a Sunday, most places to visit were closed but it also made for a very quiet/relaxing day. — 0;)Angel SharePrint RelatedInside Geocaching HQ Podcast Transcript (Episode 15): GeoToursJune 18, 2018In “Community”Cache 4 Coins GeoTour (GT6B)May 3, 2018In “GeoTours”West Bend Four Seasons GeoTourSeptember 18, 2015In “GeoTours” The Experience Cortland GeoTour started in 2012 and is still popular among geocachers today. People have traveled from neighboring counties and states to find all 20 caches. The tour is also an opportunity for locals to rediscover hidden spots. Along the way you’ll pass local favorites like a farmer’s market, vegetable stand, drive-in, and distillery, making the Experience Cortland GeoTour worthy of more than just a one-day adventure.Find out more about the Experience Cortland GeoTour here.Note: All the above information was provided by the GeoTour host. Copy has been edited by Geocaching HQ.Share with your Friends:Morecenter_img Location:Cortland County, in the heart of New YorkFavorite Points:105The Experience Cortland GeoTour will take you to the lesser known spots throughout Cortland County, New York.Experience Cortland GeoTourKnown for rolling hills, gorges, and bird-watching, Cortland County is worth more than just a day trip. In the spring and summer, visitors can stop for a mid-day plunge at one of the many swimming holes and spend the afternoon exploring local vineyards. In the fall, the forests come alive with autumn colors, the apples are ripe for picking, and the hot apple cider is supreme. Planning a trip for winter? Pack your skis and plan to spend a day at a nearby ski resort. Recommended Cacheslast_img read more