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DoD, USSOUTHCOM Support Project to Empower Women in Barbados

first_imgASSISTANCE TO WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF TOGOS / C Djinadou Moutiou 04BP 941Lome-Togo In order to help empower local women in Barbados, the U.S. Department of Defense’s Humanitarian Assistance Program recently donated funds for the Caribbean island’s Young Woman’s Christian Association (YWCA) through the U.S. Southern Command and the U.S. Embassy to the Caribbean. On 14 January, Mrs. Marquita Guillory, representing the U.S. 4th Fleet, officially handed over various goods to YWCA President Marilyn Rice-Bowen on behalf of a minimal cost humanitarian assistance project managed by Southcom. The funds were used to purchase equipment for the Sewing Project, a local initiative designed to give unemployed and underemployed women skills to help them become financially independent. Laurel Armstrong, coordinator of the Sewing Project was thankful for the support, stating: “The gratification is immediate because after each class they will see the success and reward”, she commented to The Barbados Advocate. The contributions included 16 commercial Singer sewing machines, computers, office supplies and other locally-purchased equipment that will be used to teach local women to sew marketable products. Lieutenant Colonel Edward Harvey, military liaison officer with the U.S. Embassy to the Eastern Caribbean said it was a “tough but enjoyable task to get the equipment together and present it to the YWCA”. FIELD OF PROJECTS TO BE FINANCED EDUCATION- Teacher – School teacher – Facilitator or supervisor of children – Educators specializing- Pre school teacher – studentHEALTH- Doctor – Nurse – Midwife – Health Care Aide – Student – Specialized educator – Anyone elseRIGHT- Lawyer, bailiff, lawyer – Student – Any other person HEALTH-Construction of clinics, drug distribution and patient materials WATER AND SANITATION EDUCATION-Construction of classrooms, supplies, school materials For more information, please prove visit our websitewww.avotogo.orgemail! [email protected] / [email protected] write us by mail box: ASSISTANCE TO WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF TOGOS / C Djinadou Moutiou 04BP 941Lome-Togo By Dialogo February 08, 2011 You want to do humanitarian mission in Africa in Togo in summer or winter? You want to bring your support, know-how to the villagers and orphans?AVO-TOGO is calling you all the volunteers who have the taste of the humanitarian mission to come and contribute. COMPUTER- Programmer Maintenance Technicians, Graphic Designer – Webmaster etc..JOURNALISM- Moderator – Reporter etc..ORPHANAGE- Students VolunteersVoluntaryOther people would like to work in an orphan The association AVO-TOGO appeals to all volunteer to help the destitute children of the streets and abandoned children,no clothes, no school supplies, not care of health. That is why AVO-TOGO opened a small orphanage center to feed, clothe and supports their tuition and other.Please support us to have money to give to become a man.You can visit them in the center hosts. The center is so small and can not get a lot of orphans.We look for people to support us to be able to support abandoned children. – Construction of latrines and school toilets, family and public garbage dumps. looking for volunteers to help orphans from Togo For more information, please prove visit our websitewww.avotogo.orgemail! [email protected] / [email protected] write us by mail box: FIELD OF STAGElast_img read more

March 23, 2018 Police Blotter

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Nadal reigns in clash of former US Open champs as Zverev exits

first_imgRafael Nadal came through his stiffest test so far at the US Open against Marin CilicNew York, United States | AFP | Rafael Nadal ramped up his quest for a fourth US Open title Monday with an impressive win over 2014 champion Marin Cilic to advance to the quarter-finals while Alexander Zverev slumped to a four-set defeat.Second seed Nadal — the winner at Flushing Meadows in 2010, 2013 and 2017 — produced some electrifying moments of brilliance to end the challenge of Croatia’s Marin Cilic 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.After barely breaking a sweat in reaching the last 16, a run that included a second-round walkover, Nadal stared down his stiffest test so far to surge into a quarter-final meeting with Argentine 20th seed Diego Schwartzman.The Spaniard exchanged the first two sets with Cilic but grasped control by breaking for 3-1 in the third, a series of dazzling winners drawing an animated fist-pump from golf legend Tiger Woods at Arthur Ashe Stadium.Nadal reeled off nine games in succession across the third and fourth sets and 12 of the final 15 to nail down a 40th Grand Slam quarter-final appearance, nine of which have come at the US Open.“The emotions I have when I play here are impossible to describe. I love the sport and feel very lucky to still be playing tennis here. Eight years ago I didn’t think that would happen as my body was suffering badly,” Nadal said.“It’s a huge honor playing in front of all of you and playing in front of Tiger is a very special thing. I always say I don’t have big idols but one idol is him and I always try to follow him.”Nadal’s path to the final sees him take on Schwartzman next after the 5ft 7in (1.70m) Argentine chopped down sixth seed Zverev.“He is playing amazing, nothing new, he’s one of the players with best talent on tour,” the 18-time Grand Slam champion said of his upcoming opponent.“It will be a big challenge. I have to play my best. I’m happy for him. He’s a close friend and I hope to play a great match.”– Berrettini, Monfils win –Zverev rolled through the opening set against Schwartzman under the roof on Ashe during a rainy afternoon session, but he lost his way to go down 3-6, 6-2, 6-4, 6-3.The German was enjoying his deepest run in New York but committed 17 double faults and 65 unforced errors and received a point penalty for swearing as Schwartzman advanced to a second US Open quarter-final in three years. “Generally my season so far has not been the best,” said Zverev, who has reached just two quarter-finals in 18 Grand Slam appearances.Zverev said he was hindered a “very swollen” back and right hip following a fall in his previous match.“I had a lot of chances which I didn’t use early in the match. He kind of ran away with it.”Zverev lost his serve three times during the second set but appeared to have steadied himself when he moved a break ahead at 3-2 in the third, only for Schwartzman to wrest the momentum back in his favor after a lengthy sixth game.“It was tough because I was feeling I had the chance to win this and I had a few break points I could not take,” Schwartzman said. “He was up a break and then I recovered really quickly and I felt great after that.”Matteo Berrettini became just the second Italian man to progress to the US Open quarter-finals, 42 years after Corrado Barazzutti’s run to the last four in New York.Berrettini, the 24th seed, eased to a 6-1, 6-4, 7-6 (8/6) win over Russia’s 43rd-ranked Andrey Rublev to reach the last eight at a Grand Slam for the first time.“It’s something really crazy. I cannot believe it right now. I need a few hours to understand what happened,” said Berrettini, 23, who goes on to play French 13th seed Gael Monfils.“I’m just happy. Seeing my team and family here and crying, for me it’s unbelievable.”Berrettini went one step further than his run to the last 16 at Wimbledon in July, where he was beaten by Roger Federer.Monfils, a 2016 US Open semi-finalist, crushed the 33-year-old Andujar’s bid to become the oldest player in the Open era to reach his first Grand Slam singles quarter-final with a 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 rout.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Gill takes over at Kansas

first_imgby Doug TuckerLAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)—Kansas hopes that Turner Gill can do for the Jayhawks what he did for Nebraska.As a smooth option quarterback in the early 1980s, Gill was the difference-maker for the Cornhuskers, helping free them from Oklahoma’s long domination and propelling Tom Osborne’s program to the top of the Big Eight. Later as an assistant coach, he helped develop a Heisman-winning quarterback and was a key member of the staff that led Nebraska to the 1994 national championship.Kansas made the hiring official on Sunday and formally introduced Gill as successor to Mark Mangino on Monday morning.“I think Kansas has made a fine decision,” said Osborne, the Huskers’ former coach and current athletic director. “He will do a great job.”Mangino, the most successful Kansas coach in 100 years, resigned under pressure Dec. 3 after a two-week investigation into alleged mistreatment of players. Just two years earlier, Mangino had been consensus national coach of the year following a 12-1 campaign and a victory in the Orange Bowl.The 47-year-old Gill has experienced nothing but success everywhere he’s been. As head coach at Buffalo the past four years, he compiled a 20-30 record after inheriting a program with only 12 wins in the previous eight seasons. The Mid-American coach of the year in 2007 and 2008, he guided the Bulls to the MAC championship in 2008 and their first bowl game in half a century.Gill is the first African-American coach Kansas has had in a revenue-producing sport and will be the only Black head football coach in the Big 12.“I knew they were interested in him,” Osborne told The Associated Press on Sunday. “I had a short conversation with Lew Perkins about him.”Perkins called Gill “a winner.”“His accomplishments at Buffalo speak for themselves. But more than that, everyone I talked to about him, starting with Tom Osborne, had the highest praise for Turner as a coach and as a person.”“He’ll represent Kansas very well,” Osborne said. “He has always been a success.”There was a time when the mention of Gill’s name made Kansans wince. In his three years as Nebraska’s starting quarterback, the Huskers beat the down-and-out Jayhawks a combined 150-28—31-15 in 1981, 52-0 in ‘82 and 67-13 in ‘83.“He was the great catalyst,” Osborne said. “He brought out the best in everybody. He was maybe the best combination runner and passer we’ve ever had. And he had great leadership skills. I think the world of him.” TURNER GILLlast_img read more

Thurston County Traffic: Work Begins June 10 on College ST &…

first_imgFacebook78Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of LaceyWork will begin Monday, June 10 on the “Super T” College Street and Yelm Highway pavement rehabilitation project. The contractor will start work near the intersection of College Street and Mullen Road and work south. At times, traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction.The “Super T” project includes the area along College Street, between Mullen Road and Yelm Highway, and along Yelm Highway, between the Chehalis Western Trail and Ruddell Road. The major work includes grinding and paving, building new medians, and building new ADA sidewalk ramps. The City expects the project to be completed by October.Thanks to Lacey voters’ support of the Transportation Benefit District (TBD), the City of Lacey was able to leverage these funds to obtain a substantial Federal grant to complete this major road improvement project. The project is also partially funded with TBD dollars.For project details and to sign up for project email updates, visit or contact Aubrey Collier, Design and Construction Manager, at [email protected] or 360-438-2639.Featured credit: Chris Hamiltonlast_img read more