Monthly Archives: July 2021

Northgate hosts annual youth football camp

Rob Grubbs / The Newnan Times-Herald Vikings Head Coach Mike McDonald and 2021 Viking Junior Campers Northgate Head Football Coach Mike McDonald hosted the Viking Junior Football Camp this week at Henry Seldon Stadium in Valhalla. Campers were divided into age groups and received instruction from Northgate Viking coaching staff …

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Second round of tenders closer to the brand | Greene County

GREENVILLE – The second round of tenders resulted in lower bids for the city’s water and sewer extension project, city supervisor Paul Macko said. “We had a conference call with the EFC (Environmental Facilities Corporation) this morning at 11:30 am,” Macko said on Monday, referring to the organization providing much …

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What is alkaline water? Would that be okay with you?

What is alkaline water? Is it healthier than spring or tap water? Recent research suggests that alkaline water could offer specific health benefits, but medical and health experts say there could be potential dangers as well. What is alkaline water? Is it healthier than spring or tap water? Are there …

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Site Head Coach – Seattle

Applications due on 07/31/21 job description: Date posted: July 20, 2021 Location: Mercer Island, WA, United States Primary responsibilities The Site Head Coach is responsible for the organization and direction of the SMAC Mercer Island programs. Responsibilities of the Site Head Coach Create an environment where families want their children. …

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Upcoming events starting July 19 | Sports

The list of upcoming events is a public service of The Times News. Email [email protected], fax listing information to (423) 392-1385, or contact Evening Sports at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323. Include sport, dates, deadlines, location and contact details. Baseball CAMPS • ETSU PROSPECTS CAMPS, for Grades 9 to …

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Shekar Ayyar joins Altaïr board of directors

With over 25 years of industry experience, Ayyar most recently served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of VMware’s Telecom and Edge Cloud Business Unit and previously held other leadership roles at VMWare. , notably as Executive Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development. He is currently President and …

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On the program: Atlantic tarpon, the “king of money”

Atlantic Tarpon. Photo: Robert Michelson The word “Tarpon” conjures up images of the tradition of fishing for large silver fish making dramatic leaps out of the water when hooked. Atlantic tarpons are actually closely related to eels. They may not look at all like their cousins ​​in adulthood, but their …

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Community planning and development appoints deputy director

Arlington’s Department of Planning and Community Development announced that Erin Moriarty had joined the staff as deputy director on June 28. Moriarty will perform professional and technical work including drafting and implementing land use policies for the city and managing community affairs. “Erin is a great addition to the Arlington …

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Waco hairstylist launches summer camp for Texas youth

WACO, Texas – Going beyond her lounge chair in Waco, mother of three Lakendra Dugas recently started a summer braid camp for Central Texas youth. Full of joy and extremely focused on her task, Briah, Lakendra’s daughter, learns to braid hair. “It’s easy and fun, my mom taught me how …

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What happened to IBM’s Watson?

IBM insists its revised AI strategy – a lean, less world-changing ambition – is working. The task of restarting growth was given to Arvind Krishna, an IT specialist who became CEO last year, after leading the recent overhaul of IBM’s cloud and AI business. But the great visions of the …

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Norway’s support strategy offers a glimmer of hope

SOUTHINGTON, Connecticut – Norway has had approx 133,367 cases of COVID-19 with 88,952 recoveries as of July 13. The country has experienced more than one COVID-19 lockdown in recent months. The January lockdown included plans for slowly loosen business and education restrictions while organizations distribute COVID-19 relief supplies as part …

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Lawton MacArthur Hosts Youth Basketball Camp | Sports

For years, Lawton’s three high schools banded together and held a youth basketball camp. Shortly after coaches and brothers Bruce and Kevin Harrington left town, that tradition quickly died away. Marco Gagliardi felt that had to change, which is why MacArthur High School boys’ basketball coach helped organize a youth …

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Coaching of UVA coaches | UVA today

Last summer, Tim Davis opened one of his first workshops for University of Virginia athletic coaches with a moment of vulnerability. On Zoom, he held up a photo of himself in high school lifting the Ohio State Football Championship trophy. “Then I shared what was really going on in my …

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EPA Water Chief on Clean Water Guards – Online Review

WASHINGTON (AP) – To finally determine a sustainable definition of waterways eligible for federal protection under the Clean Water Act, the new water director for the Environmental Protection Agency said everyone affected by the problem will need to be involved. Radhika Fox recently spoke to The Associated Press about the …

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Chandler Halderson: 5 Quick Facts You Need To Know

Mugshot, Dane Co Sheriff Chandler Halderson and his parents Chandler Halderson is a man from Wisconsin whose parents have mysteriously disappeared and who is accused of providing false information to authorities about their disappearance. The missing couple are Bart and Krista Halderson. Chandler is a recent technical college graduate in …

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UAE-based Khalifa Fund Venturist Summer Camp opens registration

The Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development has announced that registration for “Venturist”, its coveted summer entrepreneurship camp, is open for the 2021 edition. The virtual summer camp will begin July 25 and host two separate 10-day camps, ending August 19, the fund said in a statement Sunday. Venturist will be …

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Realtors® Shows Pride in Cleaning Florida Waterways | Events

Waterworks will join the fireworks in July, as realtors across Florida participate in the Florida Realtors® Clean Up Florida’s Waters project throughout the month. The statewide push encourages realtors and residents to join forces to pick up trash and clean up lakes, rivers, streams, retention ponds, bays, the Intracoastal Waterway, …

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Break the odds | Information Center

Graduating from college while competing as an NCAA Division 1 athlete is quite an accomplishment, but few of these high performing players have made it that far with a National Championship (much less three!) Under their belt. Cabria Kirby graduated with a BA in Journalism and Media Studies and, as …

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Student resources available to all UNC students

From helping students with their classes and helping them navigate the workforce to providing mental health services and services to Latinx and LGBTQ students, UNC provides many resources in different person and virtual to help them succeed. The Writing and Learning Center the Writing center and the Learning Center are …

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VES Land Trust participates in CBF Clean the Bay Day

To welcome new board members Robin Rinaca and Hank Badger, the VES Land Trust board hosted a cleanup challenge in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) Clean the Bay Day. “The Board of Directors of VES Land Trust is dedicated to serving and conserving the East Coast community and …

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