EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News 10 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Earlier this spring, the Lake Avenue Church family studied the lives of faithful men and women in the Bible. They were encouraged to learn from one of them – Esther. Looking at her life, the church sees how she was one who was willing to step forward in dangerous times. Like Esther, will one be ready to trust God â€“ even in challenging situations?While preparing this wonderful musical, LAC singers have been learning lyrics that echo the story of Esther. One of the songs say â€œWhen youâ€™re worried, when you are afraid, remember, you will be blessed, if you remember â€“ God is in control.â€ These lyrics explain that God has a plan for everyone, even while one is sleeping! He has every detail in hand and has given each one the gift of time. He has given everyone The Present (another song that will be sung in the musical). The words go like this: â€œthe present â€“ each day, each hour, each moment. What will we do with the present? â€œOur singers have dedicated many hours to rehearsals. They have had to let go of tennis, baseball, lacrosse practice â€“ even parties. They have chosen to serve God through music and are having great fun in the process. When they experience an â€œOhhhâ€ moment we know they get it, especially when they say, “We donâ€™t need to worry because God is in control of the futureâ€ …how great is that?”Perhaps, God has given them these insights for such a time as this. Perhaps, the time is right for a friend or a loved one to understand Godâ€™s love for them. Perhaps, it could happen while they watch and listen to these young people present the story of Estherâ€™s faith.Join Lake Avenue Church next Sunday, May 20 at 4 pm in the Chapel. The fruit of these students’ hard work will bring a smile to everyone’s heart. Attendees will enjoy seeing and hearing how God can use them to remind everyone of Godâ€™s faithfulness to each one. For questions contact Judy at [email protected] or (626) 817-4842.Lake Avenue Church, 393 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena, (626) 844-4700 or visit www.lakeave.org. Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Faith & Religion News Lake Avenue Church: For Such a Time as This! â€œEsther-Ordinary Faithâ€ By Judy Kattenhorn, Director of Choristers and New Song, Lake Avenue Church Published on Monday, May 14, 2012 | 7:44 pm More Cool Stuff Top of the News Make a comment First Heatwave Expected Next Week Subscribe Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Business News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Herbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Dark Side Of Beauty Salons Not Many People Know AboutHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Hollywood Divas Who Fell In Love With WomenHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeauty Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy
Email @TasteWest THE county Limerick town Newcastle West is shaping up for September as organisers make their final preparations for The Knights of Westfest Festival. Building on the success of 2011, the festival will retain the five night format centred in the picturesque Market Square with the backdrop of The Desmond Castle.In the words of one of the Festival organisers, Siobhan Kelly:Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Facebook NewsLocal NewsNewcastle West revs up for WestfestBy admin – August 23, 2012 609 Advertisement WhatsApp Print Linkedin Twitter Previous articleTenants using hotline to report hellish neighboursNext articleIt’s a knockout – Club Hurling Previews admin “We are delighted to be putting on another great weekend of music and entertainment in Newcastle West – we are bringing huge stars from the Irish music scene and it will be bigger and better than 2011”.Showcasing an extensive range of mouth-watering West Limerick produce, at the show,visitors will be able to meet first class artisan producers and see well known chefs demonstrate their culinary skills.Ross Lewis from one of Ireland’s leading restaurants, Chapter One, will head the chef line up. The Michelin Star Chef will be joined by Newcastle West native, Tom Flavin, who is the Executive Chef in the Strand Hotel in Limerick.“To have a chef of Ross Lewis’ calibre travel from Dublin to demonstrate his culinary expertise at the Taste of Westfest Food Festival is a real coup for the region,” said RAI Munster Chairman Padraic Frawley who is also owner of the Frawley Group which includes the award winning Cornstore Restaurant in Limerick.“Visitors will have a rare opportunity to see one of Ireland’s top chefs in action,” he added.A fashion and business showcase kicks off the festival on Wednesday, September 12 while Thursday will see the music acts begin with one of Ireland’s leading cover bands Bluemoose taking to the Main Stage in The Square.On Friday,10 participants in the revived Knights of Desmond contest will be interviewed on stage by Hector O’hEochagainm, followed by a performance from Fastest Accordion Player Michael O’Brien & band.The party continues on Saturday with Popular Galway band, The Saw Doctors who will be headlining this year’s Knights of Westfest powered by the songwriting partnership of Leo Moran (guitar) and Davy Carton (vocals).An Artisan Food Fair – Taste of Westfest has been added to the 5-day musical extravaganza on Saturday and Sunday. And there’s lots for children to enjoy, with a Family Fun Day including a Teddy Bears Picnic and a Reptile Zoo.Dan Mullane, The Mustard Seed, Patrick Clement, Pallas Foods, Agnes Boucher Hayes, Taste of Westfest committee and Tom Flavin, Head Chef, The Strand Hotel at the launch of Westfest.
Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp At approximately 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 11, a Goshen police officer made a traffic stop in the 100 block of South 7th Street. The vehicle was occupied by persons who had been involved in an incident on South 10th Street.Witnesses and victims stated that there had been a shooting in the 300 block of South10th Street resulting in the injury of three people.The victims, one female and two males were transported for treatment of their injuries.Several subjects were transported to the Goshen Police Department to provide statements.The names of the victims are currently being withheld as the incident remainsunder investigation.Anybody with information about the shooting is asked to contact the Goshen Police Department at [email protected] or call 574-533-4151. Twitter Pinterest Google+ Twitter Facebook Three people shot on South 10th Street in Goshen By 95.3 MNC – June 12, 2020 0 426 Facebook Previous articleIndiana playing catch-up with state neighbors in building skilled workforceNext articleSouth Bend man sentenced to three years for firearm possession 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan.
Step 1: Wet your hands. Use warm, running water. Step 5: Rinse your hands to send those germs down the drain. Proper handwashing is a six-step process according to the National Sanitation Foundation. Follow these steps Step 4: Pay special attention to cleaning between your fingers and around your fingernails. These are areas where germs like to hide. Step 3: Rub your hands together for at least 20 seconds. Friction helps to loosen germs from your skin so they can be washed away. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension and Georgia 4-H urge you and your children to Wash Your Paws, Georgia! through a new handwashing education campaign. Make the six steps of proper handwashing your goal. Step 2: Apply soap. Soap from a pump dispenser is ideal. Hand sanitizers are a good option when soap and water are not available. Step 6: Dry your hands. Paper towels or hot air dryers are ideal. Many children suffer from severe allergies to certain foods, like nuts, that may be found in classrooms. Hand sanitizers do not remove these allergens. Be sure to make the teacher aware if your child suffers from these conditions. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the medical community, proper handwashing is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of disease. Most hand sanitizers readily available in stores contain alcohol as the antibacterial ingredient. To use the sanitizers properly, apply the sanitizer to the palm of one hand, rub the hands together making sure that all areas of the hands and fingers are covered and continue rubbing until the sanitizer dries. Be sure to treat hand sanitizers like medicines and keep them out of the reach of young children, and monitor their use.Sanitizers don’t replace handwashing Hand sanitizers significantly reduce germs, but they shouldn’t be viewed as a substitute for handwashing. Heading back to class means seeing friends, up close and personal. And that means sharing germs. Hands should be washed often to prevent the spread of germs. It is especially important to teach children to wash their hands after they cough, sneeze or blow their nose; after they go to the bathroom; before they touch food; after they come in from playing or being outside; after petting animals; and as soon as they get home from school. Wash hands thoroughly when making school lunchesIf pack your child’s lunch at home, be sure to wash your hands before preparing food. Handwashing is very important in preventing foodborne illnesses.
Published on February 21, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Stephen: [email protected] | @Stephen_Bailey1 Alyssa Murray fought to hold back the tears.Leaning against a table in the postgame media room, the sophomore attack’s eyes shined heavily with water as she reflected on her impeccable performance.Even after an announcement of her feat echoed through the Carrier Dome with 50 seconds left, Murray said she still hadn’t realized what she accomplished.‘I honestly didn’t know when they announced it,’ Murray said. ‘I had no idea that they were even talking about me, so other people were telling me at the end of the game what they were talking about.’Murray rattled off eight goals, a Syracuse single-game record, as the No. 12 Orange (1-0) breezed by No. 8 Boston College (1-1) 23-12 in SU’s season opener Tuesday in front of 585 in the Dome. She recorded a hat trick in less than 10 minutes, sparking a dominating scoring effort by the Orange in which seven players found the back of the net.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFreshman attack Kailah Kempney racked up five goals in her collegiate debut, while fellow freshman Devon Collins and junior attack Michelle Tumolo tallied three goals apiece.But it was Murray who stole the show. Adding in a pair of assists, she also tied for fourth in the SU record book for points in a game.‘She’s an incredible shooter and setting the school record today for goals, unbelievable,’ SU head coach Gary Gait said. ‘I think that’s a credit to the entire offense when she can be the recipient of so many feeds, and taking those easy one-on-ones without the doubles, and do a great job.’Murray started her sophomore season with a bang against the Eagles.With the score tied 5:10 into regulation, Murray held the ball on the right side of the field 20 yards out from the net. Two BC defenders stood between Murray and Eagles goaltender Catherine Conway. One pressured the ball while the other was ready to help.Murray jabbed her left foot toward the middle of the field, then immediately cut right, leaving the first defender in the dust. She then blew by the second defender and seamlessly flicked a backhand shot over the left shoulder of Conway as she ran across the net.‘They were pressuring out really far, which is the kind of style I like to go against the most, just because I know that I can beat someone running at me as long as I protect my stick on the way by,’ Murray said. ‘Just doing that, I could see them coming out, and I just really wanted to beat her, so I put it away.’She proceeded to score with speed, accuracy and skillful maneuvering en route to four first-half goals. But after knocking the ball away from an Eagles defender and scooping it up on the right side of the net in the final minutes of the half, Murray showcased her passing ability.With goalie Emily Mata bearing down on her, Murray calmly lofted the ball across the field, where Kempney stood waiting for an easy score. Murray scored her record-tying seventh goal of the game with 10:52 left in regulation. With Collins streaking up the left side of the field, it appeared she was winding up to fire. Murray sprinted all the way down the field, trailing the freshman.So when Collins was angled off by an Eagles defender and Conway forced her to loop around behind the net, Murray was in perfect position.Collins flipped the ball over the net, and Murray sent it home before the goalie could even turn her head.‘The goalie has a tendency to come out really far because (the BC coaches) think that (Conway’s) really athletic, which she is,’ Murray said. ‘But she was going out and it was basically an empty net, so I was able to get the ball really quick and just put it away.’A backhanded rip from the right side six minutes later gave her the record. And she picked up her 10th point on an assist to freshman attack Gabby Jaquith with 50 seconds left.The announcement flew through one of Murray’s ears and out the other, but her teammates ran to congratulate her on the field after time expired.‘She is one of a kind,’ Tumolo said. ‘I don’t even know her percentage, but I don’t think she missed. That’s just an amazing teammate to have and just a huge weapon that we’re going to have this year.’[email protected] Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Hasan Salihamidzic became sports director of the largest German club and one of the largest sports clubs in the world, Bayern from Munich.From the beginning of his sports career in his native Jablanica, Hasan Salihamidzic was making his road to stars with the support of his father and his closest family.When the war in BiH started, Hasan was just 15 years old, and he was earning for life as a waiter in Jablanica. He managed to pass 11 military checkpoints to get from Jablanica to Zadar, where he took a bus to Hamburg and later joined one of the best youth football schools in Germany.There are several thousand boys every year in Hamburg, and coaches in the youth school receive only top three. In November 1992, one of the three most talented boys was Hasan Salihamidzic. The coach Felix Magath recognized him as a future star, and he became a member of the first team in just three years.After three seasons in HSV, in 1998, he became a member of the largest German club Bayern, with which he won six titles of German champion, one title of European championship and one title of the world championship. He played 234 matches in the jersey of the famous Bavarian club, and then he went to the biggest Italian club Juventus. From Juventus, he returned again to Germany where he finished his career in the Wolfsburg in 2012.The National Team of BiH is a special story in the life of Braco, as they called him in Germany. Although he had the offer to play for the German team, Hasan never had a doubt where he belonged. He played for the National team of BiH. After his 30th birthday, he retired from the National team of BiH.A couple of days ago, Hasan Salihamidzic became sports director of Bayern Munich and thus achieved another huge success.(Source: nap.ba)
Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey scored a hat-trick as Ghana hammered Congo 5-1 in Brazzaville Tuesday to keep alive their slim 2018 World Cup qualification hopes.Serbia-based Richmond Boakye bagged a brace as the Black Stars achieved their biggest away winning margin in an eliminator since a 4-0 triumph over Cape Verde 12 years ago.Vladis-Emmerson Illoy-Ayyet scored for Congo, who entered the Group E match at Stade Kintele confident of success after holding Ghana 1-1 in Kumasi last Friday.The crucial goal came two minutes into first-half stoppage time when Partey ran on to a pass and rifled a right-foot shot past goalkeeper Barel Mouko from a tight angle.It gave Ghana a 3-1 half-time advantage and the lead was rarely threatened in the second half as Congo slumped to a record home defeat in a World Cup qualifier.Ghana coasted to maximum points despite lacking two injured stalwarts, West Ham United midfielder Andre Ayew and Turkey-based striker Asamoah Gyan. Group BContenders: Nigeria, ZambiaEliminated: Cameroon, AlgeriaGroup CContenders: Ivory Coast, Morocco, Gabon, MaliGroup DContenders: Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Senegal, South AfricaGroup EContenders: Egypt, Uganda, GhanaEliminated: Congo BrazzavilleNote: group winners qualify for 2018 World Cup in Russia World Cup Africa zone state of playContenders and eliminated teams after matchday 4 of World Cup qualifying in Africa:Group AContenders: Tunisia, Democratic Republic of CongoEliminated: Guinea, Libya Share on: WhatsApp
(Eustis, Florida) — A woman from Lake County is facing charges of animal abandonment after investigators say she dumped her dog in the middle of a busy road.It all began when a captain with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office saw a driver toss the puppy out of her car and then drive away.The loyal pooch darted in and out of traffic running after its owner’s car.Fortunately, the captain safely retrieved the dog from traffic and pulled over the driver, the sheriff’s office said.According to investigators, 18-year-old Anna Kist said she could no longer take care of the dog and dumping it in traffic was her way of getting rid of it.Animal Enforcement officers said the dog appeared to be severely malnourished but in good spirits.Kist is being held on a $1,000 bond. The dog is with Lake County Animal Services.It should be noted that this situation is EASILY avoided. That is what the Lake County Animal Shelter is here for. Check out lakecountyfl.gov/offices/animal_services/ for more information.
The managers also include Democrats Adam Schiff of California and Jerrold Nadler of New York, who led the House impeachment probe. At 2 p.m., Chief Justice John Roberts will be sworn in to preside over the Senate trial, then all 100 senators will be sworn in as jurors.This all comes a day after Lev Parnas of Boca Raton, an associate of Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, gave an interview implicating, with no corroboration, the president in the campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. The White House is now responding to those claims, with Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham saying “These allegations are being made by a man who is currently out on bail for federal crimes and is desperate to reduce his exposure to prison.” Meanwhile, before the impeachment trial begins, the Senate votes today on a major trade agreement with Mexico and Canada meant to replace NAFTA.The USMCA, is expected to pass and go to President Trump for his signature. The president and first lady will head to Palm Beach tomorrow for the three day weekend and a fundraiser. McConnell vowed to conduct a serious, sober impeachment trial in the Senate. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that Orlando Congresswoman Val Demings will serve as an impeachment manager during the Senate trial of President Donald Trump. (Washington, DC) — Finally, the impeachment trial of President Trump in the US Senate formally begins.The first step will be House members, known as impeachment managers, reading the two articles of impeachment aloud, charging the president with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell slammed the House Democrats this morning for impeaching President Trump. Opening the Senate, McConnell called it an entirely partisan process. He criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for handing out souvenir pens and posing for happy photographs after signing the two articles of impeachment.
President Trump praised Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday, referring to the former congressman “another great warrior” and promoting his endorsement as the catalyst for DeSantis’ election.“He called me, he said, ‘Sir, I’d like to run for governor,’” Trump said during a segue in a nationally televised speech about his impeachment acquittal at the White House. “I said, ‘Governor? I don’t want you to run. I’d like you to stay.’”The commander-in-chief added that DeSantis was adamant about running for office in 2018 and asked for Trump’s support.“I said, ‘How can I support you? You’re at three (percent in the polls),’” Trump added. “He was at three. He had no money. Somebody else was at 38 and they had $22 million cash.”Here’s what President Trump had to say about Gov. DeSantis this afternoon. https://t.co/8bMwsODopB pic.twitter.com/KiMQmaFcxQ— Pete Burke (@PeteBurke) February 6, 2020 Despite the circumstances, Trump offered his endorsement.“By the way, he ran,” Trump said of DeSantis. “I endorsed him. His numbers went through the roof.”Trump also explained that DeSantis’ Republican opponent, Adam Putnam, called him after the primary election.“The man who he beat who was expected to win easily called me after the race,” Trump stated. “He said, ‘You endorsed him and it was like a nuclear bomb went off. There was nothing I could do.’ He never even spent his money. He saved it.”Trump concluded his comments on DeSantis by calling him a “great governor,” and said, “He’s a very popular governor. His numbers are in the 70s, and he’s done a great job.”