-submitted The City of Fort St. John’s Active Living Initiatives and the Sub Zero Running Club have joined together to bring you some great opportunities that will help you get active and motivate you to achieve your health and fitness goals. Opportunity 1: SportMed BC is offering full online training support to 30 individuals in our community free of charge. You’ll receive weekly coaching tips and advice on nutrition, injury prevention and more from Olympian Lynn Kanuka, a Sun Run In Training log book and a 13 week detailed training program (for all levels of fitness). You can train anywhere and at anytime- all you need is a computer and a good pair of runners. This program is meant to prepare walkers and runners for the Vancouver Sun Run 10km running and walking event April 19th, 2009. Even if you don’t plan on attending the event, it’s a great opportunity to set goals for yourself and receive the support you need to achieve them. In addition, you’ll get a chance win a trip to the Vancouver Sun Run. The deadline for this opportunity is February 6, 2009 unless we haven’t filled the 30 spots in which case we may be able to fit you in right away. – Advertisement – Opportunity 2: Walk This Way is a similar 8 week training program that is designed for walkers, both those who are involved in walking and those who are interested in starting to walk. This program will lead up to the Fort St. John Spring Runoff Road Race and Walk for Diabetes on April 5th, 2009 (you’re not required to participate). The program is free for you. You’ll receive a copy of Marnie Caron’s book “Walking for Fitness” and you can look forwards to a weekly guided walk. Opportunity 3: And you don’t have to be a part of a training program to join in on April 5th, 2009. There are events for all ages and activity levels: 1km event for kids 10 year and under 3km fun run for youth age 11-15 5km estimated time run for all ages (who ever gets closest to their estimated time for running 5km wins, no watches allowed!) 10km run for ages 17 and up 5km competitive and recreational walking events By participating in any of the three above opportunities, you’ll be entered into a grand prize draw for a trip for two to Vancouver for the Sun Run, a 10km walking and running event (includes flights, accommodations and entry fees for the Vancouver Sun Run). Advertisement For more information or to sign up contact Becky Keim, Recreation Programmer email@example.com – 250-787-5780 We’d like to recognize the financial support that is helping make all this happen. Thanks to the BC Parks and Recreation Association, The Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon and SportMed BC.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Federal authorities Thursday charged a rookie San Francisco lawmaker with fraud for attempting to extort $80,000 from a group of fast-food proprietors who had business permit troubles. The felony charge stems from an FBI sting that included the tapioca-drink shop owners delivering a $40,000 payment to Supervisor Ed Jew in marked $100 bills earlier this year, and promising to deliver the rest of the money later. Jew, 47, has acknowledged taking the money, but said he did so at the businessmen’s insistence and on behalf of a consultant he recommended they hire to help with their permit problems. But the owners of the Quickly chain of 12 tapioca-drink stores insisted it was Jew who first approached them with word of their permit problems. Tapioca drinks, also known as “bubble tea,” are popular beverages throughout Asia and San Francisco’s Chinese neighborhoods. Jew is charged with a single count of mail fraud. Authorities allege that Jew deprived his constituents of his “honest services” by attempting to shake down the owners of the Quickly chain of drink shops. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Sean O’Driscoll 1 Liverpool have confirmed the appointment of Sean O’Driscoll as their new assistant manager.The former Bournemouth, Doncaster, Crawley, Nottingham Forest and Bristol City boss moves to Anfield after a spell in charge of England Under-19s.The 58-year-old takes over as Brendan Rodgers’ number two from Colin Pascoe, who was sacked last month following a robust end-of-season review.Liverpool have also announced that Academy boss Pep Lijnders will step up to a newly-created role of first team development coach.Both men began work as Liverpool returned to their Melwood base for the start of pre-season training on Monday.Rodgers said: “I have made these appointments because I want to take us in a new technical direction, in terms of coaching.“I believe the entire first-team set-up will benefit and I am extremely positive and excited about what we can achieve, as a group, going forward.”Lijnders is not a direct replacement for first-team coach Mike Marsh, whose contract was not renewed in June. The Dutchman will continue to work with the elite youth talent at the Academy but will now play a greater role in the first-team set-up.It is understood the club are still looking to add a new first-team coach to the backroom staff.
Cloughaneely GAA News:Seniors/ReservesBhí turas iontach tairbheach ag Cloich Cheann Fhaola ‘na gCella Dé Domhnaigh seo chaite nuair a bhain said an dá chluiche. Bhain an fhoireann tacaíochta 3-16|4-06 agus na sinsir 1-10|0-08. Tá Cloich Cheann Fhaola sa bhaile ar an Domhnach seo – in éadan Naomh Náille ar 1:30 agus 3:00 PMIt was a double victory in Killybegs for both our Senior and Reserve teams at the weekend. Both teams are currently sitting in 2nd place in their respective league tables after the weekends results.After a half time score of 1-07 to 1-03, favouring Cloughaneely, our reserves came out with a storming opening to the 2nd half which saw them score 2-05 within 15 minutes. However Killybegs then found their stride again and responded with 3 goals of their own within quick succession. Cloughaneely managed to maintain their distance however and finished with a comfortable 3-16 |4-06 victory.Seniors: Cloughaneely had the disadvantage of playing against a slight breeze for the 1st half. Killybegs were very strong defensively so every point was hard fought. Half time score was CCF 0-06 Killybegs 0-05; with 3 of CCF’s points coming from frees (2 from Denis Boyle, 1 from Shaun McGuire) and Cloughaneely’s top scorer of the day Paul Sweeney contributing the remaining 3. Just before half time Killybegs launched a long ball in to their full forward, however CCF’s keeper Shaun McClafferty expertly beat his opponent to the ball and cleared it to safety just before the half time whistle.2nd Half: Killybegs dominated the play for the first 20 mins of the 2nd half and got the opening point of the 2nd half 8 minutes in; however a lot of missed opportunities meant they failed to progress on the scoreboard and they scored their final 2 points within the dying minutes of the game. Shaun McClafferty again proved his worth in the 40th minute when he produced an excellent save to deny a powerful strike on goal. Cloughaneely began to come back into the game again thanks to a point from Paul Sweeney in the 48th min. This was quickly followed by an excellent run from Cillian Gallagher who passed the ball of the Shaun McGuire to register CCF’s 2nd point of the 2nd half. Darren Ferry and Denis Boyle contributed Cloughaneely’s final 2 points of the game in the dying minutes. However, just before the full time whistle the quick actions of Paul Sweeney and substitute John Harley earned Cloughaneely the only goal of the game. Full time Score CCF: 1-10, Killybegs 0-08Cloughaneely: Shaun McClafferty, Ciaran McGeady, Eamonn Curran, Martin Ferry, Kevin Mulhern, Eugene McGuire, Lee O’Brien, Paddy Cannon, Ciaran Scanlon , Darren Ferry (0-01), Darren McGeever, Cillian Gallagher, Shaun McGuire (0-2, 1F), Paul Sweeney (0-04), Denis Boyle (0-03, 3F).CCF Subs: Eamonn Curran replaced by John Harley (1-0) 41 mins. ***Next Up – Cloughaneely have a home game this weekend against St. Naul’s at 1:30 and 3:00 PM!**Cash For Clobber**Cloughaneely GAA are doing a house to house clothes collection, a bag drop is currently underway around the houses. Any unwanted clothes, bedding, curtains, shoes etc you would like to donate to the club, can be put into the bag and we can have these clothes recycled to raise much needed funds for the running of the club. Please leave the bags out for collection a week later on Monday 6th July. This is the perfect opportunity for a clear out of unwanted items! Your help and support is much appreciated!***Cloughaneely GAA Cúl Camp***The camp will run from the 20th-24th July. Prices: €55 for 1st child; €45 for the 2nd child; €40 for 3rd and subsequent children. Please contact Declan McGarvey on 086-1009467 to book!SUPERB DISPLAY FROM VETERAN PLAYER DENIS BOYLE ENSURES ANOTHER CLOUGHANEELY WIN was last modified: June 30th, 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:CloughaneelyGAANoticesSport
The Donegal U14 League development team: Back row left to right;- Emma McLaughlin,Buncrana. Danielle McGinley,Glenfin. Elaine McLaughlin,Carndonagh. Aishling McLaughlin,N.Padraig Muff. Aoife Coyle,Na Dunaibh. Aailayah McCormack,St’Eunans. Ailbhe Ni Gallochoir,G.Dobhair. Jessica Lesse,Killybegs. Aishling Irwin,Milford. Caoimhe Cunningham,Killybegs. Orla Corry,Termon. Sarah Kho,Termon. Caoimhe Brennan,Ardara. Orla McElchar,R.Hughs. Rose Wilcox,St’Nauls. Holly Gallagher,Ardara.Front Left to Right;- Nadine Furey,N.Conaill. Hannah Crawford,F.Masters. Casey McGarvey, N.Muire. Ciara O’Donnell,St’Eunans. Aóise Gildea,Convoy. Zara Cassidy,MacCumhaills. Róíse Nic Giolla Bhride,G.Dobhair. Ciara McGarvey,Termon. Marcella Dolan,Cloughaneely. Ellen O’Callaghan,Bundoran. Missing Ciara McElwaine,Termon.U14 fixtures were disrupted at the weekend, with no games played at all in an entire division.It was a free weekend for clubs as no county teams were in action.One game which did go ahead was a cracking Division 2 game. There was a brillant display of football on Saturday in Falcarragh where Cloughaneely beat neighbours Gaoth Dobhair by 2 pts on a scoreline of 4.07 to 5.02.All the skills of ladies football were on display, great attacking football, some brillant dispossesions and even better block downs of attempted foot passes.The game was played in the spirit intended and neither team gave an inch. The hosts led at half time 4.03 to 3.00.There was a great second half display by Gaoth Dobhair who drew level with only a few minutes left, however Cloughaneely held on scoring two late points to clinch victory. The future of ladies football in both clubs looks bright. Both county teams are in action this weekend in a double header against Armagh at Clan na Gael GAA Club in Lurgan.The league team take on the Armagh development team at 1.30pm. The Championship team play the Armagh Championship team at 3pm.Division 1 North & EastNa Dunaibh v Muff – Muff concededMilford v Buncrana – postponedTermon v Moville – Moville concededUrris v St Eunan’s – Urris concededDivision 1 South & West Mac Cumhaills v Bundoran – no contact with fixtures.Ardara v N Conaill – Win for N ConaillSt Naul’s v Four Masters – no resultGlenfin v A Ruadh – A Ruadh wonDivision 2 North & EastBurt v Convoy – win for St Mary’s ConvoyDivision 2 South & West N Columba v Glenswilly – postponed until Monday May 9Termon B v N Muire (5pm) – N Muire wonCloughaneely v Gaoth Dobhair – Cloughaneely won 4-07 to 5-02Dungloe v Killybegs (Wednesday April 27)LADIES GAELIC: U14 RESULTS was last modified: April 27th, 2016 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:donegalLadies GaelicU14’s
Latest West Ham News 1 As a result, the club’s co-chairman David Sullivan has now decided to purse Yarmolenko instead, according to DiMarzio.The Ukrainian finally left Dynamo Kiev after nine years in 2017 and spent last season at Dortmund, enlisted as a replacement for Ousmane Dembele.However, he made just 13 starts and five substitute appearances in the 17/18 Bundesliga, notching only three goals. West Ham have reportedly made a €20m (£17.5m) bid for Borussia Dortmund forward Andriy Yarmolenko.The news comes a day after it emerged that Chelsea were looking to hijack the Hammers’ move for another top target, Felipe Anderson. sad day REVEALED REVEALED ANALYSIS How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Alternative Premier League table based on expected goals – lucky Spurs? smart causal BIG PRESENTS UP TOP possible standings revealed Yarmolenko’s first season at Dortmund was far from perfect Tributes to ‘complete gentleman’ Martin Peters following England legend’s death The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won targets Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January gameday cracker
Letterkenny library has a tree-mendous idea for Christmas!Instead of going shopping (again!), the Central Library has a range of books and DVDs for your Christmas reading.The library will be open both Christmas and New Year weeks on Thursday, 1 to 8pm and Friday, 10.30 to 5.30pm to help you relax with a good book during the holidays. Telephone 074 9124950 or check out www.donegallibrary.ie for other library opening hours during Xmas/New Year holiday period. TREE-MENDOUS IDEA FOR CHRISTMAS! was last modified: December 20th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:CHristmaslibrary
SAN FRANCISCO — For much of the spring, Giants manager Bruce Bochy wasn’t sure if Pablo Sandoval would break camp with the club.Two weeks into the regular season, Sandoval is the team’s hottest hitter and making the case to earn more playing time.Sandoval is starting at third base and hitting sixth on Thursday against the Colorado Rockies as he’s filling in for Evan Longoria, who is resting after a long stretch without a day off.“He’s getting a day and it’s time to give Pablo a start,” Bochy …
A 908-acre park in southwestern Vermont will become the state’s first park to run entirely on solar power.Emerald Lake State Park, located in Dorset and not far from the New York State Line, has been plagued by an unreliable connection to the grid. Power lines are easily damaged by falling tree limbs, and repairs are difficult because of the rough terrain they have to cross.But by the time the park opens to campers and paddlers next spring, it should have an on-site system that combines photovoltaic (PV) modules and Tesla Powerwall batteries. As existing power lines are phased out, the park ultimately will have no connection with the grid.Green Mountain Power named Pika Energy of Westbrook, Maine, to design the system. Company President Ben Polito says that planning has just started, so it’s too soon to know how many PV modules and batteries will be required. The park surrounds the 20-acre lake and has 67 campsites and 37 lean-tos.The company said in a press release that Green Mountain Power is hoping the new off-grid PV system will cost 20% less than rebuilding utility lines and save as much as $8,000 annually in maintenance.“GMP seeks Pika Energy’s products as a solution to the ‘last mile’ problem of delivering grid services to customers whose location and landscape make traditional utility lines difficult,” the company said.The Tesla batteries earmarked for the Emerald Lake project are among the 500 Powerwalls Green Mountain Power plans to install around the state, Pika said. The batteries, to be delivered this fall, will bolster Green Mountain’s efforts to provide clean power to customers and reduce peak loads on the system, Green Mountain said in a press release.
Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Email blasts may seem like the out-of-touch old fogey of online marketing, but there’s a reason they keep hanging around: They still work. But that doesn’t mean most businesses understand how to get the most out of them. One of the biggest, hardest-to-answer questions has always been: When is the best time to send out messages? Finally, we have some hard information.As an editor at a number of publications over the years, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how to maximize the effectiveness of email newsletters. And I’ve ended up in endless discussions of what time would be best to send them out. And there are literally millions of articles on the Web trying to answer that question.Should it be early in the morning so the email is waiting in recipients’ inboxes when they first log on? Or maybe at lunch time, when people might be more receptive to reading it? How about on weekends, when there might be less competition from other email? Everyone has a theory, but no one seems to really know.This Infographic from GetResponse sheds new light on the question. The email marketing company claims to have analyzed 21 million messages to track open rates and click-through rates (CTR). There’s a lot of information here, but the bottom line seems to be that sending messages at “8am – 10am and 3pm – 4pm can increase their average open rates and CTR by 6%.” And that after 24 hours, the average email open rate approaches zero.Who knew? IT + Project Management: A Love Affair 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Tags:#enterprise#marketing Related Posts fredric paul Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…