At 6:15 a.m. today this bear was spotted taking a fawn in the neighborhood around 38th Street. Photo by Bob Baran
By JARROD POTTER SHANNON Cox’s single race on Sunday started at 7.20am… and finished 10 hours later. A member of…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
Justin Azevedo’s shorthanded goal snapped a 3-3 tie to power the Manchester Monarchs to a 6-3 victory over the hometown Senators in AHL Calder Cup playoff action Tuesday night in Binghamton.The win gives the Monarchs a commanding 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference playoff.Game five is Wednesday in Binghamton.After Ryan Potulny pulled the Ottawa Senators farm team even with a goal seven minutes into the third period, Manchester exploded for three goals in the next four minutes to put a dagger into the Baby Sens playoff hopes.Six different Monarchs shared in the scoring.Nelson native Geoff Kinrade, a defenceman in his second season with Binghamton, finished the game a plus one with no points. Binghamton finished the game out shooting the Monarchs 38-26, including 16-10 in the third period.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The ArtsPost in Fort St. John has launched a new artsy initiative for residents to show their support for pipelines and other resource-based economic drivers in Northern B.C.From now until May 17th, the ArtsPost will be giving away free hard hats for residents to paint in order to show their support for the oil and gas, and other northern industries. After May 6th, the hard hats will also be available to pick up at Peace Gallery North in the NPCC.Some of the hard hats available at the Artsport for the Paint A Hard Hat program. Photo by John Luke Kieper.- Advertisement -The Artspost is asking residents to paint their hard hats and then bring them back to the Art Gallery by May 17th. Then on May 19th, the Gallery will be hosting a free toast event to the pipeline, hosted by the Fort St. John Arts Council and AAA Safety.Supplied photoTo help give residents some inspiration with their painting, the ArtsPost will be putting on a Free Paint Day this Saturday, May 5th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Tanya Shymko will be giving attendees some help with their painting, while providing hard hats, paints, and instruction for free.Advertisement For more information, contact the ArtsPost at (250) 787-2781, or email [email protected]
The school community at Loreto Secondary School Letterkenny is celebrating a remarkable achievement this week after winning a Young Social Innovators Schools of Excellence Award.The school has won the accolade for being a dedicated member of the Young Social Innovators (YSI) Schools Network for many years.Loreto Letterkenny will proudly hold the title alongside hundreds of schools throughout Ireland who have discovered the benefits of youth-led social innovation education. YSI Teams from Loreto Letterkenny have garnered great success at the Young Social Innovators of the Year Ireland Awards for many years. Transition Year teams won two awards at the 2018 Awards held in Croke Park this past May. Each year, the YSI programme supports thousands of young people to explore social issues that concern them and come up with a variety of responses.F.R.E.E. – For Refugees Entering ÉireMoved by images and reports of the war in Syria, the ‘F.R.E.E. – For Refugees Entering Éire’ team are making refugees feel more at home in their community through the creation of Welcome Packs for new families.Better Safe Than SorryThe ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’ team worked with An Garda Síochána, Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce and Donegal County Council to create a ‘Safe Zone’ in their town which includes a free phone to call a taxi and Garda-monitored CCTV. The teams were mentored by teachers Siobhan McKeague and Dearbhail Keys. YSI Mentor Ms Siobhan McKeague has praised the Schools of Excellence award as a fantastic achievement for the school. Ms McKeague said: “We are so proud of all the students. The students have been putting in years of work into YSI so this recognition is very welcome.”The prestigious award will serve as a motivational boost for all, Ms McKeague added.“We have a standard to keep up now. It will make the students want to aim higher.”“I have to give credit to the students in previous years. Without their hard work you wouldn’t get to this high level. We have such fantastic motivated students who put in great work on their projects.” The new TY classes can look forward to another year ahead implementing innovative ideas to benefit the community.Nora Friel, principal of Loreto Secondary School, Letterkenny and YSI Speak Out MC Dayl CroninSpeaking at the North West YSI SpeakOut earlier this year, Nora Friel, Principal of Loreto Secondary School, Letterkenny said: “YSI has been running in our school for many years and it has been a huge success. It has provided our students with opportunities to make a difference, be innovative, creative, reach out to others, work together and change lives. The positive impacts of our students’ involvement with YSI has extended far beyond the school community.”YSI Co-Founder and CEO Rachel Collier said: “Our member schools which demonstrate an extraordinary and on-going commitment to engaging students and teachers at both junior and senior levels in social innovation action for a fairer, more inclusive and equal society, are presented with our School of Excellence Award. Loreto Secondary School, Letterkenny, is one such extraordinary school and I applaud the dedication to social justice and innovation which it promotes by engaging in YSI programmes.”YSI’s Schools of Excellence Awards were launched by former Taoiseach, Enda Kenny in March 2014. Applications are now open for YSI’s Social Innovation Action Programmes for Senior and Junior Cycles. Visit youngsocialinnovators.ie to learn more about the programme.YSI Excellence Award honours innovation at Loreto Letterkenny was last modified: September 14th, 2018 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)Tags:awardLoreto Secondary Schoolyoung social innovators
By Paul LeckerSports ReporterSPARTA – A day after firing a season-best score at the first Wisconsin Valley Conference meet of the season, the Marshfield boys golf team topped that with a 322 to take second place at the Singh Grewal Invitational at RiverRun Golf Course on Saturday.Marshfield’s Derek Michalski won a scorecard tiebreaker to capture meet medalist honors with an even-par and season-best round of 72. Tyler Church of Holmen and Emmet Herb of Middleton also shot 72.Zach Shortess added a 78 to take sixth for Marshfield. Jordan Schlinsog tied for 12th with an 85, Brandon Nikolai had an 87 and Grant Michaelis shot a 94 to round out the scoring for the Tigers.Middleton won the team title with a score of 309.Marshfield is back in action Tuesday at the second leg of the WVC tournament on Tuesday at Ridges Golf Course.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Sparta Boys Golf InvitationalMay 2, at RiverRun Golf CourseTeam scores: 1. Middleton 309; 2. Marshfield 322; 3. Wausau East 339; 4. D.C. Everest 356; 5. Holmen 373; 6. La Crosse Central 392; 7. La Crosse Logan 450.Top 10 individuals and Marshfield finishers: *1. Derek Michalski (MAR) 72; *2. Tyler Church (HOL) 72; *3. Emmet Herb (MID) 72; 4. Joey Levin (MID) 75; 5. Derek Tomczik (DC) 76; 6. Zach Shortess (MAR) 78; 7. Nils Arneson (MID) and Matt Tuman (WE) 80; 9. Eric Olson (HOL) 81; 10. Gabe Garlough-Shah (MID) 82; 12. Jordan Schlinsog (MAR) 85; 15. Brandno Nikolai (MAR) 87; 20. Grant Michaelis (MAR) 94. (* result of scorecard tiebreaker)
Coming Tomorrow1) Building Inclusive Green Economies: A New Development Partnership?WHO: Manish Bapna, Interim President, WRIWHEN: Friday, June 22 2012, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. BRTWHERE: German Pavilion, Athletes Park,Rio de Janeiro, BrazilRio+20 official credentials are required to enter.New Blog Posts on Rio+20Final Days at Rio+20: Measuring Progress So Far by Manish BapnaFor the First Time, GHG Protocol to Help Brazil Measure Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture by Stephen Russell and Stacy KotoracFor continued coverage of news and events at #Rioplus20, follow us on Twitter: @worldresources and @michaeloko It’s the final week of Rio+20, and WRI’s experts are on the ground for all the action. Each day, I’ll bring you highlights of what’s on the horizon. Check out the details below on the exciting things happening tomorrow. And be sure to visit the full list of WRI’s Rio+20 events.We are heading into the last day of the conference. I’d say we are coasting in, because it seems that there won’t be much drama around the resolution. I don’t think many people are really satisfied with the formal outcome, which isn’t nearly ambitious enough. But it was certainly a busy, stimulating week with lots of opportunities to meet people, have interesting conversations, and wrestle with the big issues. I would also say, once again, that’s it has been enjoyable to be in Rio – though the sun has turned into rain. A metaphor? Perhaps.
Tottenham to compete with Man Utd for Leicester midfielder James Maddisonby Paul Vegas21 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham will compete with Manchester United for the signature of Leicester City midfielder James Maddison.Christan Eriksen looks set to leave Tottenham after refusing to sign a new contract, having made it clear during the summer that he wanted to find a new club, says the Daily Star.The Danish midfielder is in the final year of his contract and so can leave for nothing next summer – meaning Spurs will likely look to cash in on him in the January transfer window.And Leicester City ace Maddison , who has just been called up to Gareth Southgate’s England squad, has been identified as the perfect replacement.But Tottenham will face competition for the 22-year-old, who does not have a buy-out clause in his contract, with United believed to be confident of completing a £60m deal to take him to Old Trafford. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say