Camp Susque celebrates its 75th anniversary | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED For those who want to participate in the summer camp at Camp Susque, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary, time is running out. Peter Swift, the camp‘s executive director, said summer camp enrollments – after a year down due to COVID-19 – tend to …

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Grants to support student research and teacher training at Hope College

HOLLAND — A collection of grants from the Michigan Space Grant Consortium will support research by Hope College students and faculty and provide STEM support to area school districts. Hope College received $84,000 to support 15 projects in this grant cycle. The grants include 11 student research grants, two faculty …

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Modoc Nation Sued Over Alleged High-Interest Loan Scheme

By Caleb Symons (April 11, 2022, 9:30 p.m. EDT) – An Oklahoma tribe that paid $2 million to avoid lawsuits in a recent predatory lending case was hit with a new lawsuit Monday accusing him of to help run a separate loan company that charges exorbitant interest rates. The putative …

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Brandon Ballet presents Cinderella | osprey observer

Brandon Ballet will perform Cinderella on Saturday, April 30 at Riverview High School Auditorium in Riverview. This one-night presentation will be an enchanting and magnificent take on classical ballet. Brandon Ballet will present Cinderella for one evening only on Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. The ballet will be performed …

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Local staff will observe Conservation District Week | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Children learn about nature during a discussion with the representative of the Clinton County Conservation District. MILL HALL – Recognized by the Pennsylvania State House and Senate, April 10-16, 2022 declared “Conservation District Week.” During this week, district offices across the state will hold events and meet with …

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Eugene is still working to secure funding for the Oregon22 Riverside Festival

Eugene is working with an Oregon events company to ensure the city’s waterfront festival makes World Championships in Athletics attendees and others “feel like they’re included and part of the community.” ‘Oregon22,’ the city’s personnel manager for the event said. The free festival will take place over the 10 days …

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“The world of finance is changing completely and it is being rebuilt from the ground up

A strange thing about FinTech loans is that after attracting a potential customer, companies have to decide if they want to sell the product to them or not, says Dr. Gal Aviv, CEO of BLender Financial Technologies. He explains that BLender’s technology allows them to quickly analyze a borrower’s default …

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Major reorganization hits Nigerian Ports Authority, 20 senior officials affected

No less than 20 senior officials have been affected by a reorganization within the Nigerian Ports Authority. The Managing Director, Corporate and Strategic Communications, NPA, Mr. Ibrahim Nasiru, made this known in a statement on Saturday. Nasiru said the changes are part of NPA’s pursuit of repositioning the country’s port …

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EXPLAINER: What to do with wastewater from a closed nuclear power plant?

A million gallons of radioactive water sits inside an old nuclear power plant along Cape Cod Bay and it needs to go. But where is the thorny question, and will the State intervene according to the company’s dismantling of the factory? Holtec International plans to treat the water and release …

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A camp to camp | News

A child’s first night away from home can be a bit risky. However, the Arkansas 4-H program is offering two opportunities this summer for kids to learn the joys of overnight camp with a family member on the ride. The Arkansas 4-H program offers three-day camps designed to introduce children …

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Community Project Funding Grant Paves the Way for Improvements in Sinking Spring | Berks Regional News

SINKING SPRING, Pa. — Federal funds are enabling Sinking Spring to move forward with the next phase of a major improvement project. More than $1.8 million has been awarded to Sinking Spring in the form of a community project funding grant from the federal government. “It’s actually a very important …

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Mortgage and refinance rates, April 8

Today’s Mortgage and Refinance Rates Average mortgage rates fell significantly yesterday. But even this worthwhile drop hasn’t made much of a splash in recent rises. And mortgage rates start this morning considerably higher than they were at this time last week. So far this morning it seems like mortgage rates …

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DNR Seeks Public Comment on Certification and Antidegradation Review

DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is seeking comments for Section 401 Water Quality Certification of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regional Permits 34, 39, and 11-02. Regional Permits (RPs) are general permits authorizing certain activities under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, which involve the …

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Arkansas 4-H offers 2 camps to introduce young people to overnight camping – with parent or guardian

Young people in Arkansas were still able to enjoy traditional summer camp activities like canoeing and fishing and nature views despite the pandemic. Masks, social distancing and sanitizer were mainstays at Arkansas Outdoor School Adventure Day Camps. (U of A System Agriculture Division photo by Mary Hightower) FERNDALE, Ark. – …

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UK Buyers at Westfield Shopping Centers Benefit from BNPL Option

Customers at more than a dozen stores in London’s Westfield shopping centers and Stratford City can now use a buy it now, pay later (BNPL) option when shopping, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday (April 6). Clearpay Finance Solutions, a payment processing provider based in Manchester, England, has partnered with shopping center …

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Design/Build Teaching Assistant – Waitsfield, VT, US | Works

Summary of the semester program: Launched in 2011, the Sustainable Design/Build Semester is an ongoing partnership between Yestermorrow Design/Build School (Waitsfield, VT) and the Department of Architecture at UMass Amherst (Amherst, MA). Based in Waitsfield, VT, and operating for the fall academic semester each year, the “Semester Program” takes up …

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Ocean Alliance (OACM) hoists the first “white flag” on Lake Zurich, representing plastic-free waters in Switzerland, as a model for the whole world.

OACM Group Ocean Alliance / Keyword(s): Miscellaneous06.04.2022 / 08:00 Ocean Alliance (OACM) raises the first “white flag” on Lake Zurich, representing plastic-free waters in Switzerland, as a model for the whole world. Zurich, March 6, 2022 – The Ocean Alliance (OACM), a conglomeration of global organizations and institutions, companies and …

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Butler hopes to create more accessibility at summer camp

A Butler County man dreams of giving more children a happy summer. Danny Markel draws on his own experience to provide more accessibility for girls and boys who want to attend summer camp at the Petroleum Valley Youth Center, a childhood memory of the past 50 years. Watch the full …

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$1.8 million NIH grant to fund new treatment for stroke patients

Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Yan Li, who leads a project to improve the treatment of stroke patients. The National Institutes of Health is funding a $1.8 million project led by a FAMU-FSU College of Engineering researcher that will use simplified, artificially grown mini-organs to create a drug …

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Four things to know about Signature Loans

LOS ANGELES – April 4, 2022 – (Newswire.com) iQuanti: Signature Loans are quick and easy loans that can get you funds the same day you apply. From cash advances to installment loans, there are plenty of signature loans that come with easy applications and instant approvals. Even better, these loans …

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Changes are coming to striped bass management, make your voice heard | Hatch magazine

Over the next two weeks, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is seeking public comment on Draft Amendment 7 to the Atlantic Striped Bass Management Plan. This is an incredible opportunity to improve several facets of management, leading to more striped bass in the water in the future. Today, striped …

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Freedom School advocates say $17 million grant brings hope for future programs | Black Voices | Chicago News

Illinois schools and nonprofits will have access to millions of dollars in Freedom Schools funding. The state recently announced a $17 million grant to build the nation’s first publicly funded network of Liberty Schools. The schools date back to the 1960s when volunteers traveled to Mississippi to teach black students …

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Why are small loans gaining popularity in today’s environment? Here are the reasons

Being the second most populous country in the world, India has always needed credit. But with the complex lending process and the reluctance of financial institutions to lend money to low or no credit scores, people had no choice but to borrow from friends or families. As many white spaces …

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Fort Smith’s Peak Innovation Center Opens to River Valley Students

FORT SMITH — A University of Arkansas-Fort Smith program has a new home to offer college-level courses to area high school students. The Peak Innovation Center welcomed its first students Monday at 5900 Painter Lane. The center is a collaboration between the university and the Fort Smith School District. It …

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Costa Mesa resident hopes to make a splash with art exhibit at John Wayne Airport

From a bungalow that doubles as a studio, Costa Mesa artist Bonnie Matthews worked to create a piece of public art that showcases her whimsical style while delivering a message about the importance of stewardship. ‘environment. And, boy, is this a whale of a project. A wood panel cut out …

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Police Department plans to resume summer camp after COVID-19 hiatus – Leavenworth Times

John Richmeier Leavenworth Time After a two-year hiatus, Leavenworth Police Department officials plan to resume an annual summer camp for children. Police department officials are still working out some details for this year’s camp, but it will take place June 13-17, according to Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the …

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South Platte River Restoration Project Secures Funding

The project will mainly focus on restoring the ecosystem and improving the risk of flooding for certain areas. DENVER — Colorado leaders on Friday announced $350 million in federal funding for the Denver and Adams County South Platte River project. Mile High Flood District Government Relations Manager David Bennetts said …

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Photos processed to recover 3.5,000 loan, police target on application | Aurangabad News

Aurangabad: Aurangabad Rural Police cyber cell has filed a complaint against an app offering instant loans after some recovery agents allegedly transformed photographs of a man (26) and circulated them among his contacts in the purpose of recovering the 3,500 rupees he had borrowed.The police complaint filed by the man, …

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Goalkeeper Tara Lee | Waukesha County Obituaries

WAUKESHA Guardian Tara Lee April 15, 1951 – February 3, 2022 Tara Lee Warden, 70, of Waukesha passed away peacefully with her family by her side on February 3, 2022 at Mercyhealth Hospital in Janesville. A private service was held by the family. She was born in Superior on April …

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6 Effective Strategies for Paying Debt Off in Installment Loans

6 Effective Strategies for Paying  Debt Off in Installment Loans

How Debt Affects Your Credit Scores The first thing you need to know is that debt has an impact on your entire financial life including your credit scores. This article will talk about two kinds of debt: installment and revolving. A debt that is revolving is primarily derived from credit cards …

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Floods in Australia: more rain adds to the fight for reconstruction | Floods News

Lismore, Australia – In late February, torrential rains battered the northern part of the Australian state of New South Wales, submerging the region in raging floods. Now – with residents still trying to rebuild – the area has been hit again, leaving many desperate. “I think if they had a …

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ThingamaWHO Program: Summer Opportunities Available for Teenagers

Photo courtesy of Thingamajig Theater Company Local teens perform in ‘Alice in Wonderland JR’ alongside Thingamajig Theater Company’s Sam Luck, who also starred in ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ and ‘Mamma Mia’ in 2019. This year, teens can audition to join the production of “The SpongeBob Musical”. ” By Amy Wolfe | …

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Stonington Finance Council Passes Budget That Would Increase Spending But Lower Mill Rate | stonington

STONINGTON — Adjustments to the proposed budget will allow city officials to move forward with a plan that would create a slight reduction in the per-mille rate, even with a significant increase in spending. Stonington officials are preparing to deliver to voters a combined $76.75 million spending plan for general …

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7 New Altcoins Added to Nebeus Crypto Lending

Disclaimer: The text below is a publicity article that was not written by Cryptonews.com reporters. Nebeus, is a Spanish cryptocurrency application that provides an entire ecosystem of crypto services allowing users to borrow, earn, trade and insure their digital assets. One of the most used Nebeus services is Crypto Lending: …

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Career Tech Academy grows at SVHEC | Education

The Career Tech Academy is a growing department of the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center that hosts several programs including Information Technology (with Cybersecurity), Energy Systems Technology (formerly Mechatronics), Welding, Robotics automation and plans to add HVAC next year. The Career Tech Academy started in 2018 with two programs – …

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Florida Department of Health issues toxic algae alert for Lake Washington

Florida health officials are warning not to swim, wade, boat or eat fish from Lake Washington, or let your dog sip the water. The Florida Department of Health in Brevard issued a health alert on Monday about harmful blue-green algae toxins in Lake Washington, after samples were taken in March. …

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Club News – The Daily Reporter

Regent Denise Akers, left, welcomed Charlotte Hosman as the newest member of the Major Hugh Dinwiddie chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in March. Sanctuary clubs to combine for a meeting GREENFIELD – Hancock County and Shelby County Sanctuary Clubs will join for a dinner date and ladies …

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Flagler County Responds to $19.3 Million in Government Funding for Local Projects | palm coast

Flagler County has made its wishes known to its legislative delegation — Senator/Travis Hutson and President-Elect Paul Renner’s Representative — and its three funding priorities are set to receive millions, pending Governor Ron DeSantis’ budget approval. . “As members of the Flagler County Legislative Delegation, Senator Travis Hutson and I …

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Top government jobs to apply for this week

Recruitment 2022: Are you looking for a job? Here is a golden opportunity for you. Here is a list of government jobs, with an ongoing application process. BEML job offers for the position of Intern Engineer-I at Northeastern Frontier Railway recruitment for teachers, and many more – here is a …

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Federal government announces proposed settlement with North Slope Borough

A settlement announcement proposed on Wednesday, March 16 by the Environmental Protection Agency will require the Versant Nord borough to make infrastructure investments to comply with solid and hazardous waste management rules and prevention rules. oil spills. The borough will have to hire an independent third-party auditor to ensure the …

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‘SILVER LINING’: COVID-era programs bring unprecedented funding to Warren County – The Vicksburg Post

If there was ever a silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic, local leaders say it can be found in the increased level of funding at the federal level that has occurred in a few different forms over the of the last year. Acronyms abounded in the second year of the …

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“A Better, Cleaner Future”: Charlestown Drinking Water Project Receives Funding | News

CHARLESTOWN — Charlestown received nearly $4.3 million this week in federal funds to help the city’s long-sought drinking water project to improve water quality in North Charlestown. City officials were notified this week that $4,289,000 in total federal funds has been awarded to Charlestown by the New Hampshire Department of …

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If you can’t wait for payday, it might be time to switch banks

If payday is just too far away, it’s worth taking a look at some of the new banks opening in the UK. So-called “challenger” banks Monzo and Revolution allow you to withdraw your salary to your bank account the day before you are due to be paid, as long as …

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The U.S. Carebot Market Is Set To Grow Rapidly As A Replacement To Traditional Elder Care Options

DUBLIN, March 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Personal Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Market by AI and Robot Type, Components, Devices and Solutions 2022 – 2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report assesses the market for custom robots, robot software and systems. The report also assesses the …

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Does “energized” water work?

A North Canterbury company claims great results with devices that use electromagnetic radiation in the form of low-frequency radio transmitters to ‘structure’ or ‘energize’ water for a wide range of benefits. HydroBoost says the devices, when applied to livestock, irrigation or household supplies, have been shown to reduce impurities, promote …

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I spent the weekend on Holy Dirt | Georgian times

I spent the weekend on Holy Dirt. This is what we United Methodists call Camp Glisson in Dahlonega, Georgia. Methodist youth have camped near Cane Creek Falls since 1926, when Reverend Elbert Hale organized the first youth summer camp. With the exception of summer 2020, Camp Glisson has been in …

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MTC Receives State Funding to Accelerate Student Labor Market Integration | Eastern County

Bradenton’s Andy Ryan was working in the retail service industry when the pandemic began in March 2020. He was put on leave, but he still needed a way to support his family. “It seemed like a good time to go back to school because there’s kind of a ceiling on …

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‘We can stop sinking’: Lawmakers mark anniversary of Illinois’ break with payday loans

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (NEXSTAR) – Lawmakers celebrated the one-year anniversary of the passage of the Predatory Loan Prevention Act (PLPA) on Wednesday. The PLPA sets a statutory maximum interest rate for consumer loans at 36%. The bill, which was part of the Legislative Black Caucus’ economic equity agenda, passed both houses …

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Enterprise PD Manager prepares future employees while giving back to the community

Dean began his career in electrical engineering at the Farley Nuclear Generating Station. (Ginger Dean) In a 31-year career filled with twists and turns, Ginger Dean’s path has come full circle, with Power Delivery engineering bringing her home to the Dothan region. After graduating with an electrical engineering degree from …

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West Palm Beach needs to think long-term to improve water use and quality

It seems that water supply has become a priority for West Palm Beach – finally. With all the signs that the city is experiencing historic growth, the time is long past for city officials to start paying more attention to this most valuable resource. Give municipal officials credit for taking …

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Wisconsin native helps Ukrainian refugees in Poland

LODZ, POLAND (WBAY) — A Wisconsin native is now helping Ukrainian refugees seeking refuge in Poland, where he is retired in Lodz. John Kowalski, a 69-year-old retired pediatrician, lives thousands of miles from his hometown of Wagner in Marinette County. He is a graduate of Wausaukee High School who went …

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Yuga Labs Closes $450M Seed Funding Round, Valuing the Company at $4B; Confirms Metaverse Project Plans

MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Yuga Labs announced the closing of its Series Seed funding round, led by a16z crypto, with participation from leading game studios like Animoca Brands and its subsidiary The Sandbox, strategic partners like LionTree , Sound Ventures and Thrive Capital, and crypto leaders like FTX and MoonPay, and other …

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Arya.ag launches the industry’s first insta version for farmers

Arya.ag, India’s largest and fastest growing integrated grain trading platform, today announced another industry first, Arya’s Insta-Release – Loan Repayment and unloading of goods in one click. Leveraging its technology stack, Arya.ag was able to optimize its publishing process in seconds, which by today’s industry standards takes anywhere from 24 …

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State Media: No Survivors Found in East China Plane Crash

KUNMING, China — No survivors were found as a search continued on Tuesday for the scattered wreckage of a China Eastern plane carrying 132 people that crashed a day earlier in a forested mountainous area during the China’s worst air disaster in a decade. “The wreckage of the plane was …

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🌱 MoMa Suspect Stabbed Charged in Philadelphia + 18 Pounds of Cocaine Found

Happy Tuesday, Philadelphia! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day off right. Here are the most important things happening around Philadelphia today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 63 Low: 44. For Financial Planners and Advisors – we are now offering sponsorship opportunities to …

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Lakewood Ranch Y merges with YMCA of Southwest Florida | Eastern County

Sissy Overlees of Lakewood Ranch has been a member of the Lakewood Ranch YMCA for 10 years, taking as many classes and participating in as many programs as possible. After doing 2 miles on the treadmill on March 18, she hopped on a stationary bike to compete in the Y’s …

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Pinellas Commissioners Approve East Lake Library Funding Application | Pinellas County

EAST LAKE — Pinellas County Commissioners have approved a $20,000 request from the East Lake Community Library for a new aluminum shed to replace two existing sheds that have deteriorated to the point that the items inside are no longer protected. The library currently has two outdoor wooden sheds which …

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Payday loans you need to know near me

Payday loans you need to know near me Loans near me personally is rated as the most favorite phrase people have used lately There has clearly been an event where you imprumuturi nebancare have gone a distance that has long been understood this type of …

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Lead Contamination Remains a Significant Problem at Outdoor Firing Ranges, Prompt Citizens to File Lawsuits Under Environmental Law | Miles and Stockbridge PC

Spent lead ammunition at outdoor shooting ranges remains an important environmental topic, as accumulated lead can pose a threat to human health and the environment if best management practices are not implemented in a timely manner to minimize the impact. Lead contamination is a known problem in the shooting community, …

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United States: It is important for young people that justice issues are part of the “gospel work”

Voices of Communion: Daniel Kirschbaum, ELCA Program Director for Young Adult Ministry (LWI) – In 2021, Daniel Kirschbaum joined the staff of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) as Program Director for Young Adult Ministry. In this interview, Kirschbaum recounts his active involvement as a child in developing church …

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Westfield YMCA project nears fundraising goal with city commitment

WESTFIELD, Ind. — The YMCA is about to build a new center in Westfield thanks to a commitment from the city. On Thursday, the organization announced a $5 million pledge from the City of Westfield to help fund the project. Through this pledge, the YMCA raised a total of $14.5 …

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Are neobanks the future of banking?

In this golden age of technology, our lives are becoming increasingly digital in the way we order food, apply for a job, or conduct financial transactions. In this accelerated digital age, people want to save time by avoiding going to a bank or waiting in line. Technological disruption has spawned …

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Averting Asia’s Water Crisis – Asian Scientist Magazine

AsianScientist (March 16, 2022) – For many communities around the world, rivers and seas are their lifeline. To meet nutritional needs, fishermen transport their marine catch, while farmers need a constant flow of water to irrigate their farmland. For sanitation, clean water and livelihood security, access to clean water is …

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The PSU program helps former homestay students

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (WTAJ) — For many young people in the foster care system, furthering their education at the college level may seem out of reach. The Fostering Lions program was founded in 2018 to provide support, essential college services, and help develop skills for post-graduation success to Penn State …

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Pingree Grove Announces $3.5 Million in Funding to Improve Access to Clean Water

On March 14, the Village of Pingree Grove announced that it would receive $3,500,000 in federal funding for the construction of a second water treatment facility. This funding was secured by U.S. Representative Lauren Underwood (IL-14), as part of a new federal community project funding initiative for fiscal year 2022, …

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Lufax (NYSE:LU) Stock Rating Updated by Zacks Investment Research

Lufax (NYSE:LU- Get a rating) has been upgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating in a research note published on Tuesday, Zacks.com reports. The company currently has a price target of $5.25 on the stock. Zacks Investment ResearchThe stock’s price target would point to …

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Auxiliary nurse instructor – 3144245 | Characteristics

DUTIES OF THE JOB: Under the general supervision of the Dean of Health Professions and in collaboration with other professors, the nursing assistant teaches courses for the technical diploma of nursing assistant. The instructor may also give lectures and laboratory classes in a variety of health profession classes depending on …

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DVIDS – News – U.S. and Canadian Coast Guards Reaffirm Great Lakes Environmental Response Partnership

The US and Canadian Coast Guards share a long history of collaboration on the Great Lakes. theseinland waters are vital to the economies of both countries, with an estimated 34 million people living in and aroundthe Great Lakes basin on both sides of the border. Keeping these waters clean and …

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Report Reveals Lack of Schools in LA County Juvenile Justice System

Photo: LA County Probation Department Campus Kilpatrick is a juvenile camp located in Los Angeles County. Photo: LA County Probation Department Campus Kilpatrick is a juvenile camp located in Los Angeles County. Poor and inconsistent teaching and student apathy were among the findings of a citizen review of the education …

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Grants for Anglo-Russian research projects suspended

Britain’s main government agency for funding research at British universities has suspended grant payments for projects involving scientists in Russia following the invasion of Ukraine. The UK Research and Innovation decision affects nearly 50 grants for projects at UK universities, worth a total of tens of millions of pounds. UKRI …

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Brokerages expect Renasant Co. (NASDAQ:RNST) to post EPS of $0.58

Brokerages expect Renasant Co. (NASDAQ:RNST – Get a rating) to report earnings of $0.58 per share for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks reports. Four analysts provided earnings estimates for Renasant, with the lowest EPS estimate of $0.51 and the highest estimate of $0.63. Renasant reported earnings of $0.85 per share …

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Gen X helps seniors age in place

And it is potentially life-changing, even before retirement. Dr Sandefur’s village, Fearrington Cares, is in a subdivision of 2,500 people rather than spread across a ward or several municipalities. Dr. Sandefur was an assistant professor of biology at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke when he moved to the …

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Meet the JDC man on the Romania-Ukraine border – The Forward

Israel Sabag was facing a rebellion from the bus full of 30 refugees who arrived unannounced at the Joint Distribution Committee tent here on the Ukraine-Romania border on Friday morning. Sabag, the Joint’s director for Romania, had been working for weeks with local hotels and hostels to prepare for the …

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Florida’s Best Beaches With The Clearest Water

When it comes to beaches, Florida tops the list on the east coast – but which beaches promise swimming in crystal clear water? For people who enjoy swimming, diving, snorkeling and other water-related activities, clear waters are what they are looking for! Falling on beaches with very clear waters is …

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Horry County leaders react to additional federal funding to help complete I-73

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) — The federal government may soon help kick-start the completion of Interstate 73. On Thursday, South Carolina U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham sent a list of projects in Palmetto State that will receive federal funding. The money will come from the fiscal year 2022 spending bill, which …

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