First United Methodist Church to Hold Easter Brunch

first_imgFaith & Religion News First United Methodist Church to Hold Easter Brunch Article and Photo courtesy of FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Published on Thursday, March 17, 2016 | 4:29 pm Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday 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 Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Celebrate together on Easter Sunday, March 27, with a traditional Easter meal at 12:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall. The menu will feature glazed baked ham, potatoes, fresh vegetables, rolls, tossed salad, a molded salad, and dessert. Please RSVP for the luncheon by Thursday, March 24. (Remember: it is important to RSVP to help us know how much food to prepare.)A donation of $8.00 per person is requested, but donations in any amount would be gratefully accepted. Suggested maximum donation per family is $24.00. (And if you’d like to help prepare food or set up Fellowship Hall the day before, Saturday, March 26, please contact Marilynne Wilander at (626) 278-3314 or [email protected] RSVP contact the Church Office at (626) 796-0157 or via email at [email protected] United Methodist Church of Pasadena, 500 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, (626) 796-0157 or visit Make a comment HerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty11 Signs Your Perfectionism Has Gotten Out Of ControlHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You’re Still SingleHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyBollywood Star Transformations: 10 Year ChallengeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff Community News Business News Top of the News center_img Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Community News 6 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it First Heatwave Expected Next Week 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. EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Subscribe Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more

Highland’s Farming News – Thursday 22nd October

first_img WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ Pinterest Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Highland’s Farming News – Thursday 22nd October Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firecenter_img Google+ Previous articleVictory for L.Y.I.T. ladies Gaelic footballersNext articleFire service attacked in Galliagh admin Twitter A 15 Minute Programme presented by Chris Ashmore every Thursday at 7.05pm highlighting all that’s happening in the farming community in association with the Farming Independent.Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. NewsPlayback Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th By admin – October 22, 2015 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic last_img read more

Mayor’s Message: Swimming Pool Questions

first_imgMayor Jay Gillian Dear Friends,The city has received a number of inquiries about restrictions on swimming pools. I want it to be clear that the city has taken no action to prevent swimming pools from opening. We do not have that authority.The governor of New Jersey closed pools by executive order. At his news conference today, he said he will make an announcement about outdoor pools on Monday (June 8). The administration is doing everything in its power to get the governor to reopen our city and to provide immediate relief from many of these restrictions. Health officials and the CDC indicate there is little risk of transmitting a virus through properly treated pool water. With mechanisms in place to limit capacity and to maintain social distancing, these facilities should be allowed to open.On a pre-construction conference call yesterday, the federal Army Corps of Engineers contractor indicated that our north end beach replenishment project is now anticipated to begin about June 22. The work will bring more than 1.4 million cubic yards of new sand to some of the narrowest beaches on the island.A pipeline from the “borrow area” offshore will land on the beach near Morningside Road, and work will progress from there toward the southern terminus of the project area at 13th Street over the course of about six weeks. When that is complete, work will proceed for another two weeks from Morningside to the northern terminus at Seaview Road. About two blocks of beach will be closed at any time as the project moves down the beach.I understand that this will be an inconvenience, but our beach replenishment program is funded largely by the federal Army Corps and the state Department of Environmental Protection, and we have to work with their schedule. As I’m sure you are all aware, these beaches desperately need sand and this work provides protection for all of our properties. As always, I want to thank our partners for this vital work.Road projects in the vicinity of 10th Street to 14th Street, 25th Street to 30th Street, and 47th Street to 55th Street are now complete. Due to the unsafe and unacceptable condition of the road, I have asked the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority to suspend work on its Bay Avenue wastewater main replacement project until the fall and to begin temporary pavement restoration.Warm regards,Mayor Jay A. Gillianlast_img read more

Inside look at the $50m Marina Residences development

first_imgA living area on offer at the Marina Residences is showcased on level two of the display suite“All of the homes and apartments throughout the entire development are fitted out to the very highest standards, and word of that is filtering through the community before we’ve even gone to market.“We have had numerous Townsville locals contact us, and register their interest, and we have pre-booked appointments to visit the display suite this weekend.” Prices for the lower-level apartments will start at about $1.25 million, with the Marina homes and high-level apartments ranging up to about $2 million. New development wired up for the future The ground floor has a kitchen joinery featuring high-end appliances, with level two displaying a bathroom and living area. Townsville holds tight Managing Director Glen Maidment, speaking at the official launch of the Marina Residences on Wednesday night. Image: Supplied.Townsville’s highly anticipated $50 million waterfront development, Marina Residences, has officially launched with the opening of its luxury display suite. Located on Mariners Peninsula, the four-level display suite is a scaled-down version of individual areas throughout the 11 homes and 16 apartments on offer at the Marina Residences development.READ MORE: lowest home loan rates revealedcenter_img A master bedroom with walk-in-robe available at the Marina Residences, is showcased on level three of the display suite“Level four of the display suite represents the lowest living area in our apartments,” Mr Maidment said.“The Marina Residences has two levels of carparking, so level one apartments are actually three-storeys high — meaning even the lowest level apartment in this development enjoys sensational views of the Townsville coastline.” Overlooking the Breakwater Marina, the complex has panoramic views around to The Strand, Cape Cleveland and Magnetic Island. A style of bathroom available at the Marina Residences is showcased on level two of the display suiteA master bedroom with walk-in robe is showcased on the third level, and at the top is an outdoor entertaining area capturing the panoramic views on offer from the site.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The display suite will be open to the public tomorrow from 10am, with the development hitting the market at the same time.Managing director of developer Maidment Group Glen Maidment said the display suite was just a glimpse at the luxury features available at Marina Residences. READ MORE REAL ESTATE NEWSlast_img read more

Stanley Cup Final 2019: SN Q&A with ex-Bruin Brian Leetch on Patrice Bergeron, prediction

first_img (Getty Images) The goaltending — [Jordan] Binnington is playing really well, [Tuukka] Rask is playing really well, but [if] the Bruins continue like that on the power play I think they’ll win it.SN: Obviously being in Boston, they’ve won a lot of championships lately.BL: That’s all they do, the city of Boston. That’s all they do. MORE: Predictions, odds, schedule for 2019 Stanley Cup FinalSporting News recently spoke with the former Bruins defenseman on Bergeron, the ‘Perfection Line’ and what the Bruins need to do to win the franchise’s seventh Stanley Cup.Sporting News: You played with Bergeron back when he was beginning his career. How impressed are you from then to now?Brian Leetch: I still text Patrice during the season and during different games, just to remind him, just a pat on the back cause he does everything so professionally, doesn’t search the spotlight, you know going looking for it, just continues to play.I tell all my youth hockey players, I said, ‘ you want to watch a player and [learn] how to play hockey, watch Patrice Bergeron’. And I live in Boston so these kids are all watching Bruins and I said ‘that’s your guy at both ends of the ice type of person’. Patrice Bergeron, the 6th player to score 300 goals in an #NHLBruins sweater.— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 22, 2018He’s one of those guys that I was worried about in the middle of his career with the concussions and I was kind of scared for him because I know how dangerous those can be going forward for the rest of your life. But to see him take the time and to come back and still be that top player and play so good year in and year out, it’s exciting.To live right around the corner from the Garden, I’ve got Bruins players in the area but to have a guy like that to root for is exciting to me. I’m still a hockey fan, a Patrice Bergeron fan and to see good people, good player get rewarded like this, it’s exciting. SN: What’s it like watching him play with Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak?Leetch: It’s beautiful hockey to watch.You can’t manufacture that. People have to see the game a certain way together and you have to be able to play off each other’s strengths and it’s a fun, fun line to watch.MORE: Five storylines to follow in Blues vs. BruinsSN: Got a prediction?BL: I think if the Bruins win the special teams battle again like they have in earlier rounds, they’ll win. Five-on-five, I think it’s going to be tough. I think it’s a close game 5-on-5. NEW YORK — Brian Leetch knows a thing or two about winning a Stanley Cup. The Hall of Fame defenseman won a championship, and the Conn Smythe Trophy, with the New York Rangers back in 1994.While he may have left his mark on Broadway, Leetch capped off his NHL career where he had previously played college hockey for the Boston College Eagles, with the Boston Bruins. That last NHL season for the blueliner was only the second year for future honored member Patrice Bergeron. Now Bergeron is going for his second Stanley Cup with Boston as the Bruins face off against the St. Louis Blues in the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Final. last_img read more

LET backs Women and Girls’ Golf Month to attract new players

first_img The Ladies European Tour ran a special weekend golf event at its home, The Buckinghamshire Resort, which backs England Golf’s move to make June Women and Girls’ Month. The event was organised by the LET’s Development Department to support the efforts being made to target women and girls by England Golf, the Golf Foundation and the County Associations. With the LET players on hand ahead of today’s US Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier, the free taster sessions were perfectly timed to show newcomers more about the sport and how to get involved. The objective is to raise the profile of the game and attract more women and girls into golf. At the moment only 15% of English golf club members are female and Women’s Month encourages clubs and golf centres to highlight opportunities for women and girls on the website, supported by digital advertising and social media activity. Mike Round, Director of Development for the Ladies European Tour said: “With the US Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier taking place on 5th June, the global International Women’s Golf Day taking place on 6th June, and England Golf nominating the month of June as women’s golf month, organising this event at The Buckinghamshire seemed to make perfect sense. We wanted to show how enjoyable golf is on many different levels and it was fantastic to see more than 100 girls taking part.” The free taster sessions included swing coaching from female PGA professionals, have-a-go activities supervised by a team of female leaders from the Community Golf organisation and a short game master class with Daniel Grieve, Woburn’s Head Pro, who was accompanied by LET Rookie, Inci Mehmet. A further four LET players, Annabel Dimmock, Charlotte Thompson, Nicole Garcia and Valdis Thora Jonsdottir, gave up their time on the practice day to speak to elite county girl golfers from Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Surrey, who had the opportunity to learn about their development in the sport and their lives as professional golfers. Today, a field of 78 players is competing over two-rounds at The Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham, for a place in the US Women’s Open on July 13-16. Europe’s top women golfers will be playing in the qualifier and scores can be followed by clicking here Captions: Top, Annabel Dimmock (centre) with young players after a Q&A session. Below, LET rookie Inci Mehmet (centre) with short game coach from Woburn, Daniel Grieve, with young golfers ahead of a short game clinic. Both Inci and Annabel played for England as amateurs. (Images © LET/Tristan Jones). 5 Jun 2017 LET backs Women and Girls’ Golf Month to attract new players last_img read more

Volunteers Needed for 2014 Homeless Census on January 23

first_imgSubmitted by Thurston CountyCountywide count includes homeless resource events in Olympia and Yelm.Volunteers are needed to help with the annual homeless census in Thurston County on Thursday, January 23. Along with the call for volunteers to help with census and survey activities, this year’s census also needs volunteers for two homeless resource fair events where families and individuals struggling with homelessness can get hot meals, warm clothing and coats, other survival commodities, and where they can connect with social services. The homeless resource fair events in Olympia and Yelm and the other census activities are part of an annual nationwide “point in time” census that determines who is homeless, why and what resources are needed to help people get back to independence.The annual Thurston County Homeless Census is coordinated by the City of Olympia, which has a contract with Thurston County to do the census. The results of the census are used to help guide federal, state and local funding decisions for local shelters, transitional housing, and related supportive services. The Thurston County HOME Consortium oversees the annual census and uses the data to help make recommendations for the multi-jurisdictional administration of the county’s housing programs. The consortium is comprised of elected officials from Bucoda, Olympia, Lacey, Rainier, Tenino, Tumwater, Yelm, and Thurston County and is an advisory board to the Thurston County Board of Commissioners.“Over the past several years we have invested millions of dollars in community-based programs and projects that have helped hundreds of homeless families and individuals get back into housing and resume their lives,” said Thurston County Commissioner Karen Valenzuela, who also is a member of the HOME Consortium. “Unfortunately, the results of our annual homeless census reveal that each year new people fall into homelessness due to job loss, unmet health needs and other challenges. We need the best possible data to ensure that our limited funding goes to proven programs and best practices.”The results and data from the county’s annual homeless census also serve as a critical checkpoint for the county’s 10-Year Homeless Housing Plan, which seeks to cut the number of homeless in Thurston County in half by 2015. “Across Thurston County, planners will use data from this annual count along with data from the homeless system of housing and services to improve the system as a whole. The count is an important part of our annual evaluation and improvement process,” said Theresa Slusher, who coordinates the network of service and shelter providers in Thurston County.Olympia City Councilmember Jim Cooper, who also serves on the Thurston County HOME Consortium, will be one of the many volunteers helping with this important census on Thursday, January 23. Cooper said, “This count is important because we need to know who the homeless are before we can figure out how to help them get back on their feet. And this is very important in Olympia because most of the existing resources are concentrated here. When our homeless safety net fails, it hurts our homeless citizens, but it also impacts our downtown and neighborhoods.”In years past, census volunteers have included individuals from local schools and colleges, non-profit organizations, faith communities, businesses, elected officials, and even some volunteers struggling with homelessness themselves. If you are interested in volunteering with the Thurston County Homeless Census or at the Homeless Connect resource fair events in Olympia or Yelm, contact Homeless Census Coordinator Anna Schlecht at (360) 753-8183 or [email protected]: Volunteers Needed! 2014 Thurston County Homeless CensusWHEN: Thursday, Jan. 23WHERE: – Thurston County Homeless Census—locations throughout Thurston County– Olympia Homeless Connect event—First Christian Church at 701 Franklin St. SE– Yelm Homeless Connect event—Yelm Community Service Center at 624 Crystal Springs Road NW Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

When Sachin Tendulkar’s friend almost lost his World Cup man-of-the-match awards

first_imgIt was in South Africa. India had just defeated Pakistan in the Super 6 stages of the 2003 World Cup and the team had gone out to celebrate after a Sachin Tendulkar’s 98 had helped India to victory over their arch-rivals.After India defeated Pakistan, the Indian team went out to celebrate and eat a late dinner.Speaking at Salaam Cricket 2019, Sachin Tendulkar recalled an incident that must have made him a little nervous after his heroic innings against a star-studded Pakistani bowling attack.”Unbelievable celebrations followed after the win. We went out that night. It was about 11 and all the restaurants were closing.”There was a stall serving Chinese so we thought of eating there. My friend was with me and I told him to take a parcel. I handed the parcel over to my friend and asked him to be very careful.”After a while, my friend told me he had forgotten the parcel in the Chinese food stall – he said he had the number of the stall owner and called them up. Thankfully, they had the package,” Tendulkar said.And guess what was in that packet? 3 golden watches Sachin Tendulkar had won as man-of-the-match awards.Sachin Tendulkar said he still reminds his friend of the parcel he was about to lose that night.ALSO READ | R Ashwin was relieved when he was told he would not play World Cup semis vs PakistanALSO READ | Salaam Cricket 2019: India’s bowling attack better than Pakistan, says Younis KhanALSO SEE | Salaam Cricket 2019: Younis backs Bumrah to top bowling charts at World Cupadvertisementlast_img read more

Hartling Group Appoints Turks Caicos Sothebys International Realty as Official Broker

first_img Stan Hartling, developer to address young entrepreneurs Related Items:hartling group, joe zahm, shore club, Sotheby’s, stan hartling, The Hartling Group Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 13 Nov 2014 (Shore Club News Release) – For the second time in 15 years, two of the most successful names in Turks and Caicos real estate development have formed an alliance.The Hartling Group has named Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty (TCSIR) as the official broker for the Shore Club. The third luxury beachfront resort development for the Hartling Group, the $100 million Shore Club is now under construction on Long Bay beach.Hartling Group CEO Stan Hartling, and Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s President Joe Zahm, first worked together in 1999, when Zahm provided consulting services on the design of phases two and three of Hartling’s first resort project on Providenciales – The Sands on Grace Bay.The Sands became one of the first and most successful condo-resorts on Providenciales, and Zahm’s real estate agency (first established as Connolly Zahm Properties) became a powerhouse new development specialist before it morphed into its present form as TCSIR. From that first occasion when Hartling and Zahm combined their collective expertise has come many years of professional respect and personal friendship between the two business leaders. “I’m really looking forward to working with Joe and his team again,” states Hartling. “We feel that combining our in – house abilities with Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty’s local, regional and international power, puts the Shore Club, and other Hartling Group developments in the optimal position to grow on our success. Joe, Nina Siegenthaler and their team have deep knowledge of the resort real estate model and luxury market, and have many tools at their disposal to penetrate the international market through the Sotheby’s International Realty Brand”. Adds Zahm: “The timing is ideal for our team to represent the Shore Club to our international audience. Long Bay is now home to some of the finest completed and under-development estates in the Caribbean, with strong market demand and rapidly improving values. Just as Stan’s existing developments significantly exceeded expectations, so too will the Shore Club, with its highly evolved, lower density master plan, multiple swimming pools and restaurants, great condominium suites and incredible single family villas. Construction is progressing quickly and with over 60% of the condominiums sold, we look forward to introducing buyers to this exceptional opportunity to purchase a luxury condominium or villa within an expertly designed development in a private, exclusive setting”. Beachfront condos at the Shore Club start from $1.4 million, and the six bedroom villas start from $5.5 million. The condos will be ready for occupancy in early 2016.For more information visit The Shore ClubThe Shore Club is a $100 million condo-­‐hotel project being developed on Long Bay Beach, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. The resort consists of 38 condos and six villas on a nine-­‐acre property that occupies 820 linear feet of beachfront. The project is being developed by The Hartling Group, in association with DECCO, a Dart Enterprises company based in the Cayman Islands. www.theshoreclubtc.comContact: [email protected] The Hartling GroupThe Hartling Group is a real estate sales and development firm specializing in luxury Caribbean condominiums and villas. Based in the Turks and Caicos Islands, The Hartling Group has developed The Sands Resort on Grace Bay and the Regent Palms Resort. Construction on the company’s third project, The Shore Club, starts in January 2014. The Hartling Group is one of the largest employers in the Turks and Caicos Islands and employs approximately 400 people. www.hartlinggroup.comAbout Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International RealtyTurks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty is the leading real estate brokerage in TCI, and is the acknowledged leader in luxury condominium and villa development. Led by President Joe Zahm and Vice President Nina Siegenthaler, TCSIR has been a major force in the concept, design, sales and marketing and successful opening of many of Turks & Caicos finest resorts. Their flagship office is located in the heart of the upscale Grace Bay commercial district, with resort offices at The Regent Palms and Grace Bay Club.Contact: Denise Douglass; 649.946.4474 / [email protected], Hartling Group announces Job Fair Salvation Army does exceedingly abundantly more in Red Kettle Drive Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more