LGM Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel J. Giddings addressing graduates, parents and others at the Harriette E. Bailey Methodist SchoolThe eighty-eight (88) graduates of the Harriette E. Bailey Memorial United Methodist School have been urged to seek the virtue of excellence for a productive future. Rev. Emmanuel J. Giddings, chief executive officer of the Liberia-Ghana Mission, gave the admonition on Thursday, August 3, at the fourth commencement convocation held at the HEBMUMS Auditorium in Duahzon Community, Margibi County.Rev. Giddings told the graduates that they have taken the first step in their quest for education, and that there are huge challenges that could either serve as barriers for their elevation to another level in pursuit of higher education, or as a motivation to persevere. He, however, frowned on indecent dress codes on the part of some of the graduates and urged them to be what they are and not someone else as they pursue their educational goals. “I want to encourage you to consider yourselves as the future generation of Liberians that are expected to steer the affairs of the nation,” Rev. Giddings stressed.He further reminded the graduates that although Liberia is 170 years old as a nation, she is yet to be on par with the nearest countries of Ghana and Ivory Coast in socioeconomic and infrastructural developments. He urged the graduates to aim high and not be content with what he described as “good enough,” adding that there is nothing like luck in the search for solid education and building a solid foundation for the future. “Work hard and always study your lessons at a meticulous pace in order to reach the marks of excellence and good moral standards in your quest for marketable skills,” Rev. Giddings said.Rev. Giddings, meanwhile, announced a scholarship for the valedictorian, B. Felix Zeekeh, to pursue higher education at the United Methodist University, and a two-year scholarship for the salutatorian. For his part, valedictorian Zeekeh pointed out that he had a remarkable experience at HEBMUMS, working along with teachers and the administration. He urged his fellow graduates to always endure and consider themselves as people on a journey to be productive for the country.Zeekeh congratulated his colleagues for their hard academic work and expressed gratitude to their parents, sponsors, and scholarship providers for their support over the years.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
In partnership with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Fort St. John, CanolaFest, presented by Good Ole’ Dayz will now offer a FREE shuttle service from Fort St. John to Peace Island Park.The shuttle will leave every 20 minutes starting at 3 p.m. from the Totem Mall and at the end of the day bring you back to your vehicle. You can park your vehicle at the Mall in the westside parking lot near Safeway. Although the shuttle is free, tips are encouraged as all the money will go to support Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Fort St. John.CanolaFest FAQ- Advertisement -With the event only days away, ticket holders are reminded, although this is an all ages event, alcohol will be served. Make sure to bring proper ID with you as everyone will have their ID checked at the main gate and at the gate into the event grounds.Ticket holders are also reminded to bring a lawn chair or blanket and proper outdoor gear as the show will go rain or shine. All bags will be searched at the event gate and outside food and drinks are not allowed on site.For a full list of frequently asked questions, visit www.canolafest.ca and the FAQ section. You can also view a detailed map of the event grounds at our website. You can also email email@example.com or call 250-787-7100.Advertisement The first year of CanolaFest will feature Canadian Country act the Road Hammers on the Badger Daylighting Main Stage. Plus over 10 musicians from all over the Peace will perform. Plus we have to say a special thank you to our equipment sponsor Peace Country Rentals for helping to provide equipment for the event.Founding Partners of Canola Fest, Sound in Town and Moose FM, hope to make this an annual event that brings in some of the biggest names in Canadian music and showcases the amazing talent in the B.C. Peace.
SURREY, B.C. – The RCMP have confirmed that Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky died from what appears to be suicide by gunfire.While both individuals were deceased for a number of days before they were found. The exact time and date of their deaths are not known, however, there are strong indications that they had been alive for a few days since they were last seen on July 22, 2019 and while the RCMP searched the Gillam area.Police can also confirm that two firearms were also located with the two deceased males, and forensic analysis is underway to definitively confirm that these weapons are connected with the northern B.C. homicide investigations.- Advertisement -The Manitoba RCMP have completed their search of the area where the two male bodies were discovered, approximately 8 km from where Leonard Dyck’s burnt RAV4 was located on July 22, 2019.Investigators are now assessing all items located in Manitoba, along with the previous findings related to the three northern BC homicide investigations, in order to gain more clarity into what happened to Leonard Dyck, Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese. The assessment will review all the investigative findings to date, whether it is statements, evidentiary timelines, physical or digital evidence, and the BC RCMP have also have engaged our Behavioural Analysis Unit (BAU).The BC RCMP commits that once we have completed that review within the next few weeks, we will be providing the families with an update with respect to the totality of the investigations and then releasing the information publicly.Advertisement MORE ON THE SEARCHOn August 2, 2019, RCMP located several items on the shoreline, approximately 9 km from where the burnt vehicle was located. RCMP have confirmed that these items are directly linked to the suspects. That same day, a damaged boat was also found along the Nelson River. The bodies of Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were found on August 7, 2019.The pair were last seen on July 22 near Gillam Manitoba. The RCMP announced they would scale back the search for Schmegelsky and McLeod in Northern Manitoba on July 31.The pair are wanted in connection with three homicides in Northern B.C. that all occurred during the week of July 15, 2019. The bodies of Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese were discovered south of the Liard River Hotspring on July 15. The body of Leonard Dyck was found on July 19 north of Dease Lake. Kam McLeod and Bryer Schemeglsky were originally considering missing after their vehicle was found near Dease Lake. On July 23, 2019, the RCMP in B.C. announced the pair were now considered suspects in the deaths of Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese and Leonard Dyck.
Coral’s Dave Stevens joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.The Coral spokesperson told Alan Brazil and Ray Parlour about Memphis Depay’s possible £25m move to Manchester United.The PSV Eindhoven star has been linked with a switch to the Red Devils, along with Liverpool and PSG, and Stevens believes the name ‘Memphis’ may be on the back of United shirts next season if the betting is anything to go by.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast
CAPPRY ROVERS NOTESSPONSORSHIPCappry Rovers would like to thank Cherrymore Kitchens and Bedrooms for sponsoring kit bags for our senior team. Their continued support of our team is greatly appreciated. Charlie McLaughlin, Transport manager at Cherrymore presented the bags to our club captain Brendan McLaughlin and senior manager Seamus Doherty.We would also like to thank Patrick McNulty, Director of J.W.McNulty painting and decorating contractor for sponsoring training tops for our senior team and for also being the 1st business man to erect a pitch side sponsorship sign at Cappry Park.He is photographed presenting Brendan Mclaughlin, club captain and Seamus Doherty, club manager with the top.CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTO Last weeks lotto numbers were 2, 9, 18, 24. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Laura & Catriona, Roadhouse Bar.Next weeks jackpot is €1850. Remember if you’re not in you can’t win!!SENIORSCappry Rovers 1. Cranford United 4. In wet and windy conditions at Cappry Park the home team succumbed to a strong Cranford side by 1 goal to 4 goals.Cranford opened the scoring as early as the fourth minute when a mistake in the Cappry defence allowed Brian McVeigh in to score from close range.The visitors kept the pressure on in search of a second goal and forced a number of corners and were unlucky not to score after a few goal line clearances.Cranford scored their second on the half hour when the ball was given away by a Cappry defender and Kyle Black was in to score passing the diving keeper. Cappry had a chance to pull a goal back in the forty third minute when Brian Lafferty shot but his shot was cleared off the line.Half time 0. 2.Cappry put the pressure on the visitors in search of goals and they were awarded in the fifty third minute when Brendan McLaughlin beat the off side trap to score.Cappry thought they had got the equaliser in the sixty first minute when Patrick McNulty rose highest to score with a header but was adjudged to have been offside.Cranford went further ahead in the seventy third minute when following a free kick Kyle Black scored with a shot to the corner of the net.The home team pushed forward in search of a goal but were caught in the eightieth minute when Kyle Black won the ball beat the Cappry defence and diving keeper to complete his hat trick and give Cranford a deserved win and three points.This has to be Capprys worst performance of the season.Final Score 1. 4.Team Performance from Cappry.Kyle Black and Ryan Mc Gonagle were beat for Cranford.Referee Michael Connelly.UNDER 16’sOn Saturday our under 16’s beat Ballybofey Utd 4-1 in a very one sided game. The goal scorers for Cappry were Jamie Keegan (2), Sean McBride and Daire McCafferty.Next game is a home game on Saturday morning against Castlefin Celtic, Kick off 10am.UNDER 14’sOur under 14 Crusaders played Lurgy Celtic on Sunday morning in windy conditions in Cappry Park. They went into a 3-0 lead but ended up scoring a penalty to secure a 4-4 draw. Thomas McMenamin (3) and Sean Patton got the Cappry goals.Next up is an away trip to Letterkenny Crusaders next Sunday.UNDER 12’sThe highly anticipated clash of u12 Cappry Crusaders and Colts took place at 7pm at Cappry Park before a large crowd of proud club members and parents. It showed everything that is good about underage football in the club as both teams put on a display for the spectators which had everyone on their toes from start to finish. The Colts settled quickest and dictated early play with Cormac O’Donnell dictating affairs from the back and Eoin Stewart, Owen McGonagle and Darragh Porter working the ball around the pitch well. Crusaders were finding the going tough at the start and the Colts took a deserved first half lead with a well taken goal from Sean Lyons. Crusaders slowly settled into the game. Ronan O’Donnell and Conor Lynch put in some good work for Crusaders, and despite a missed penalty, they soon scored through Jason Dunne to leave the half time score at one a piece.In the 2nd half the Crusaders seized the initiative and pressed for another goal but Sean Ryan was showing safe hands in the Colts goal. A glorious strike from 25 yards from Keelan Browne and a late penalty by Conor Thompson sealed a 3 – 1 win for Crusaders. Cormac O’Donnell had a super game for the Colts with Kian Mulligan simply outstanding in defence for Crusaders. There were 40 kids on the sideline for both teams and all got to play in this historic night for the club. It was great to see so many of our stars of the future enjoy themselves under the floodlights at Cappry Park!Well done to the coaches of both teams and to all the parents and spectators who came to support the future Stars of Cappry Rovers!The Colts will be hoping to get back to winning ways against Gweedore Celtic Cosmos in Gweedore next weekend while the Crusaders will be hoping to continue their good form when they welcome Gweedore Utd AFC to Cappry Park.UNDER 10’sUnder 10 training for Cappry Rovers will be starting back on Friday 6th of February, time to be confirmed.CAPPRY CLUB GEARWe will be holding an order evening for Cappry Club gear on Thursday, Feb 5th. Time will be confirmed closer to the day.SOCCER NEWS: CAPPRY ROVERS SUFFER DEFEAT AT HOME TO CRANFORD UNITED was last modified: January 27th, 2015 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:CappryNoticessoccerSport
Saturday 30th May 12.30pm The Glebe Gallery A free Family concert follows in the nearby Glebe Gallery (beside Lough Gartan) at 12.30pm, given by the Junior Strings and the Intermediate Orchestras of the Donegal Music Education Partnership, with young violinist Sarah Ponsonby as soloist in Derek Ball’s Miniature Violin Concertos.Works by Gluck, Haydn, Grieg and music from the Disney movies will complete this lunchtime recital. FREE FAMILY CONCERT AT THE GLEBE GALLERY TODAY was last modified: May 30th, 2015 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:concertglebe galleryjunior strings
Buncrana student Eimear Clerkin has received an Entrance Scholar Award from University College Dublin.Eimear is a past pupil of Crana College and is currently studying medicine at UCD. She was presented with her recognition certificate at a ceremony in November.The scholarship is given to recognise the calibre of incoming high-achieving students at UCD. Entrance Scholar awards are presented to first year students who achieve 560 points or more in their Leaving Certificate Eimear Clerkin, pictured with Vice President of UCD and Mrs. Anne McElhinney.Donegal student earns prestigious UCD scholar award was last modified: November 23rd, 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)
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I attended an event in October called the Das Haus tour – a prefab “house” sponsored by the German Consulate General that will be roaming the country for about a year. The first stop was in Atlanta, so although I was one of the first people to see it, I don’t understand the point of the venture.Quoting the glossy brochure distributed at the event I attended, “Central to the exhibition is an integrated, fully functioning structure that applied real-world technologies and solutions that meet ultra-low energy building standards.” What I saw didn’t even come close to resembling this.The actual exhibit, on the lawn of the World of Coca Cola, an enormous, if entertaining, pseudo-museum dedicated to the biggest purveyor of sugar water on the planet, was an assembly of modified shipping containers that sort of resembled a building.Not much there, thereSeeing the exhibit in person provided me with little, if any insight into what it was intended to explain to visitors. I did get a little more information once I downloaded the technical brochure from the website. The two-pronged approach of the project is to promote energy efficient and renewable technologies to the general public. The technologies on exhibit were inspired by Germany’s entries into the 2007 and 2009 Solar Decathlon, so it bears some resemblance to those mobile home sized projects.What it didn’t appear to have was a particularly coherent message or story to tell to visitors. One section was a fully enclosed living module that resembled many uber-modern compact homes. Another section displayed various types of high efficiency walls sections with explanations of the various components. Sprinkled around were a few displays of commercial products including prefabricated wall components and solar panels which appeared to be paid advertisements from invited sponsors.I get the feeling that they had hoped to have more of these displays, but did not get the expected participation from vendors. After viewing the exhibit, few of the attendees seemed to have much of an understanding of what they had seen.The hidden valueDisregarding my disappointment with the exhibit, there were several days of presentations while it was in Atlanta. Although I was not able to attend them, they looked interesting, including one on solar-ready housing and one on barriers to clean energy market transformation.I would have liked to attend some of these talks, but I would have preferred even more to be invited to give one myself (I never said I wasn’t the jealous type).To me the whole event resembles exhibits I have seen at trade shows that are organized by foreign chambers of commerce and consulates where various vendors are invited (or coerced) to show their wares in hopes of expanding their business in the US. To me, these appear to be primarily a way to spend money to justify the various organizations existence and continued funding.Having already visited Atlanta and Houston, Das Haus is headed to Phoenix in January, San Francisco in February, then to Canada and more U.S. cities until it closes in Denver in November 2012. If anyone in Atlanta or Houston has seen it and has any thoughts to add, please share them.And for those of you who will have the pleasure of seeing Das House next year, please keep me in mind when you do.
A 10-member diving team from the Eastern Naval Command in Visakhapatnam reached eastern Assam’s Sivasagar town to help in the ongoing operation to locatea family of five that went missing after their vehicle plunged into the Dikhow river on September 1.Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, supervising the rescue operation, had sought naval help via the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Home Affairs, although a rescue team comprising the Army and disaster response forces have been searching for the vehicle and its occupants.The naval team arrived with diving equipment, inflatable boats and side scan sonar aboard an IAF aircraft that landed at the Jorhat air base from where it proceeded to Sivasagar by road. The team would be conducting search operation on Tuesday morning.‘Car was speeding’Eyewitnesses said the car, moving at high speed, fell into the river after the driver lost control. The five occupants of the car were identified as Haren Bora, his mother Phunu Bora, wife Punou Bora, and daughters Simpi and Munmi Bora. “A 44-member team of National Disaster Response Force team, a 30-member State Disaster Response Force team from three districts, a 14-member Para (Special Force) and five members from the Civil Defence have been at work using 10 boats,” a Sivasagar district official said.