Apopka High School Beta Club needs your help

first_img Please enter your comment! Suggested donation to help DonorsChoose.org reach more classrooms$94.85 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Trip cost$500.00 COMPONENTCOMPANYTOTAL Total project goal$632.35 State sales tax$0.00 Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 TAGSApopka High SchoolSavannah Previous articleWe calculated how much money trees save for your cityNext articleThe Compassion and Grace of Comfort Care Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Our team works hard to negotiate the best pricing and selections available. From Mrs. Hough of the Apopka High School Beta ClubAHS Beta takes SavannahMy students need transportation to Savannah for the Beta national Convention.My StudentsOur school has a population of over 3,400, sometimes it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. We have a diverse culture with over 54% of our students receiving free or reduced lunch. The students we are highlighting are the best and brightest in our school.Our Beta club consists of 150 of the brightest and most talented students our high school has to offer.These students must maintain a GPA of 3.5 as well as an untarnished behavior record.My ProjectStudents in the Apopka High Beta Club will be given the opportunity to see the city of Savannah while meeting other students from around the country at this year’s National Convention. At the convention, they will compete in various categories, from academics to arts and music.Many of our students never get the chance to leave Apopka.Not only will these students visit historic Savannah, but they will have the opportunity to highlight their academic, artistic and musical talents while competing against other schools in the nation. The students invited to this convention are the top three of their state.We are in need of funds for our charter bus.Friends & family pre-fundingYou’ve got a sneak peek of Mrs. Hough’s project! Make a donation to Mrs. Hough now, and we’ll apply it once the DonorsChoose.org team reviews this project.To help Mrs. Hough and the AHS Beta Club, go here.Where Your Donation Goescenter_img 3rd party payment processing fee$7.50 TransportationATL Travel$500.00 Vendor shipping chargesFREE Please enter your name here Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Total project cost$537.50 Fulfillment labor & materials$30.00 The Anatomy of Fear last_img read more

House in Minami-Ogikubo / CASE-REAL

first_img Houses CopyHouses•Tokyo, Japan ArchDaily House in Minami-Ogikubo / CASE-REAL Area:  97 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeCASE-REALOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTokyoJapanPublished on October 29, 2017Cite: “House in Minami-Ogikubo / CASE-REAL” 28 Oct 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogShowerhansgroheShowers – Croma SelectGlass3MGlass Finish – FASARA™ GradationPartitionsSkyfoldVertically Folding Operable Walls – Zenith® SeriesWall / Ceiling LightsCocowebLighting – Blackspot LED Barn LightUrban ApplicationsIsland Exterior FabricatorsPublic Safety Answering Center II Envelope SystemCeilingsSculptformTimber Batten Ceiling in All Souls ChapelHanging LampsLouis PoulsenLamp – PH 5 + PH 5 MiniGlazedGrespaniaWall Tiles – Porto PetroThermalSchöckInsulation – Isokorb® Concrete to SteelCeramicsTerrealTerracotta Baguettes in Vork CenterCompositesLamitechPlastic facades PanelexCarpetsHalcyon LakeCarpet – Nobsa GreyMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Save this picture!© Takumi Ota+ 15 Share “COPY” Year:  Projects Architects: CASE-REAL Area Area of this architecture projectcenter_img Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/882445/house-in-minami-ogikubo-case-real Clipboard 2016 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/882445/house-in-minami-ogikubo-case-real Clipboard “COPY” House in Minami-Ogikubo / CASE-REALSave this projectSaveHouse in Minami-Ogikubo / CASE-REAL Manufacturers: Glohe, Sacramento Stucco, TASIBEL NVDesign:Koichi Futatusmata, Yuki OnitaDesign Cooperation, Construction:Yoshida Building FirmLighting Plan:BRANCH lighting designSite Area:100.0 m2City:TokyoCountry:JapanMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Takumi OtaRecommended ProductsLightsLouis PoulsenLamps – AJ CollectionLightsLonghiLamp – AkileleWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridText description provided by the architects. A small wood structure house with an office floor on the ground level, standing on a standing on a 49.5sqm building area within the 100 sqm site.  To take in sunlight, the volumes of the building were gathered to the Northern side of the site along the street. The entrances to the office and the residential areas were divided but share the same approach leading in to the structure. Save this picture!© Takumi OtaOn the other hand a large window was created on the Northern facade for even and moderate sunlight throughout the day, and large single room was made on the second floor surrounding the center stairwell. A seamless counter storage leading from the kitchen to the dining was designed to create an openness and depth to the atmosphere. Along with the office space, rooms with more private functions such as the bedroom and kids room have been placed on the ground level. The office space is a long rectangular room stretching from North to South, and regardless of its small size we have aimed to take in the outside view as much as possible.Save this picture!© Takumi OtaSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Takumi OtaProject gallerySee allShow lessNRT – Nailert Park Heritage Home / seARCHOFFICESelected ProjectsLA’s Natural History Museum to Expand With Transparent “Front Porch” AdditionsArchitecture News Share Japan Photographs:  Takumi Ota Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project last_img read more

Struggle over union at Bröd Kitchen

first_imgNew York — The owners of Bröd Kitchen on Manhattan’s trendy Upper East Side suddenly announced on Jan. 14 that they would permanently shut down the unionized bakery/restaurant the following day. This threat to throw 19 workers out of their jobs was a clear attempt at union-busting. The company made the announcement just as it was supposed to begin negotiations for the union’s second contract. The union represents primarily immigrant and African-American workers, some of whom had left other jobs to work at Bröd.Bröd is the new name of the Hot and Crusty bakery. In 2012 workers there waged a historic unionization campaign, led by the Laundry Workers Center and shown in the award-winning documentary “The Hand That Feeds.” They fought hard for a better life for themselves and all workers, forming their own union, the Hot and Crusty Workers Association, which won paid vacations, de facto seniority, a union hiring hall and other crucial rights.By trying to wipe that out, Bröd’s owners are pushing forward a climate in which every right won by working people is under attack.Against this attempted union-busting, a strong coalition of trade union and student militants as well as immigrant activists rallied outside Bröd’s new West 4th Street store on Jan. 28. Between 200 and 300 people were at the protest.Their main slogan was “Stop union-busting at Bröd Kitchen.”The rally was endorsed by New York City’s Central Labor Council. Student groups from both New York University, which is close to the new Bröd, and Hunter, close to the old Bröd, were strongly present.Unions that came included Bricklayers, UNITE-HERE Local 100, United Food and Commercial Workers, Domestic Workers United, postal workers, NY Taxi Workers Alliance, Brandworkers International, TWU Local 100 and the Professional Staff Congress, as well as a class from Union Semester, DC37 Local 768.Activist groups at the rally included the CUNY Internationalist Clubs, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Families for Freedom, Street Vendor Project, People’s Power Assembly, Crown Heights Tenant Union, 99 Pickets and Justice First.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Limerick trainees face losses of €85,000 apiece

first_imgAdvertisement Linkedin Previous articleHickey and Dowling confident for rest of seasonNext articleStern reminders on way to defiant householders admin WhatsApp Twitter Facebookcenter_img Email Print LIMERICK trainees are among the 80 Irish students who may have lost up to €85,000 apiece with the ending of a pilot training course in Florida.The  Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has sent personnel to the Florida Institute of Technology Aviation and the Waterford-based Pilot Training Centre, Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up where it is understood the students paid the fees for courses to be delivered in the United States.Reports emerged yesterday of students, including Limerick trainee pilots who have been left stranded after being told that their course in the US is discontinued.The Waterford training centre, which enjoys an excellent reputation in aviation circles, was not contractible yesterday for comment on whether or not the contract with the Florida Centre has been terminated.Sources close to the situation told the Limerick  Post that while they could not confirm how many Limerick students are involved “it is fair to say there are definitely a number”.It is understood that a number of the students are stranded and others are facing eviction from their accommodation in the coming days. Some are also coming to the end of their visas.According to a spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs, there had been no request at time of going to press for its assistance.It is believed that the students were at various stages of training for professional pilot’s examinations and the IAA is today trying to see if  they can continue their training either in Florida or at home.When contacted by the Limerick Post, the IAA said that fees in excess of €80,000 are not unusual in the field of pilot training.Meanwhile, Deputy Willie O’Dea has plans to raise the issue in Dail question time today to see what can be done.“This is a terrible situation for people who have made a huge investment in their training. I will be pushing to see how they can be helped,” he told the Limerick Post.According to the IAA spokesperson the authority “will endeavour to facilitate the crediting of all flight and ground training carried out so far in Florida towards qualifications”.Captain Kieran O’Connor, of the National Flight Training Centre in Dublin,  one of Europe’s largest training centres, held out some hope for the Limerick students when contacted by the  Limerick Post yesterday.“We feel terribly sorry for all the students involved. They have been badly compromised. “If they make contact with us at the training centre , we’ll do whatever we can to help”. NewsLocal NewsLimerick trainees face losses of €85,000 apieceBy admin – July 5, 2012 522 last_img read more

Limerick Against Pollution march to take place this Sunday

first_imgTop Fianna Fáil councillor will reject Green coalition deal Limerick Against Pollution are holding a march on Sunday the 13th of May at 1pmThis weekend is the last chance saloon for residents of Mungret, Dooradoyle and Raheen to tell the Environmental Protection Agency loud and clear that an incinerator cannot be allowed at Irish Cement’s Mungret plant. Advertisement TAGSDooradoyleEnvironmental Protection AgencyFianna FáilIrish Cements MungretLimerick Against PollutionMungretRaheen Twitter Fianna Fáil TD Niall Collins appointed as Minister of State Facebook Limerick Against Pollution have organised for a march to take place this Sunday May 13th at 1pm from City Hall, Merchants Key to Peoples Park. The march will leave at 2pm.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick Against Pollution are also encouraging people to design a sign or a poster with a message on it to hold while they are taking part in the march.Limerick Against Pollution spoke to the Limerick Post about the issue “The closing date to object to the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the granting of an Industrial Emission Liecence is May 16th so we’re trying to get as many submissions loged priortothat closing date. There are close to 2,800 submissions to date”Limerick Against Pollution added “We feel there is no democratic process at local level any more. Most of the councillors have been on our side in terms of objecting to these plans. In the end, one of the immense frustrations of all of this is we have not been given a democratic”“There is a lot at stake right now. Because of the force of the democratic process and the inability of the councilliors to reflect how the people feel; and the disregard for an alternative view, one of the only ways we can show our utter sense of outrage and frustration is to have a protest march through the centre of Limerick city” The group explained. Email Linkedin WhatsAppcenter_img NewsLocal NewsLimerick Against Pollution march to take place this SundayBy Staff Reporter – May 9, 2018 1187 Previous articleHunt Museum digitise the Sybil Connolly CollectionNext articleLimerick TD welcomes passing of Bill to ban LGBTQ conversion therapies Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Whiff of trouble lingers over gasworks Print Decision to enter Phase 4 of reopening Ireland deferred to August 10 Go ahead for Mungret incineration plan RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR We have to send a message to the Minister for Health, the Minister for the Environment and the Government at large that this is unacceptable. It’s called a Family Protest March, because this is a public health concern to every family in the city.” Councillor James Collins added.To make an objection you can click the following link: https://action.uplift.ie/campaigns/stop-irish-cement-burning-tyres To make a donation and help with the costs click here: https://www.gofundme.com/limerick-against-pollutionMore local news here. Limerick TD says GLAS payments welcome but ‘much more action’ needed to support Agri-sectorlast_img read more

Watch: A fitting culmination to 850 years of history at St…

first_imgLinkedin Twitter Print Dean of Limerick, Niall Sloane. Photo: Cian ReinhardtST MARY’S Cathedral has a Bunbury.Dean Thomas Bunbury had charge of the parish in the 1800s and his face beams from a portrait in the boardroom.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up His 21st century successor, Dean Niall J Sloane, barely a year in office, accepted this Limerick appointment only to find that a 12-month programme for the Cathedral’s 850-year celebrations was about to get under way.He talks about the Cathedral as a place of worship, as heritage icon, as a community institution, as venue for the arts and as a principal tourist attraction.Around us, St Mary’s is busy this winter afternoon with plenty going on under luminous leaded windows.The Evergreens, a group of local pensioners of all faiths and perhaps none, meet for tea and talks and sharing. Tourists wander. Staff are working upstairs, downstairs.Doors open seven days to morning service. There are lunchtime and evening concerts, exhibitions, Episcopal services and a parish of births, marriages and deaths to tend.“Everything that we do is open to everybody. This is who we are.”That our Church of Ireland Cathedral is for all people is the guiding tenet that Dean Niall J Sloane articulates in several ways.“We based the 850 year programme around 12 areas such as health, education, sport, tourism, people.  We had talks every month and a service to link in with various bodies such as Tidy Towns, Limerick Civic Trust and the Irish Cancer Society.“For example, for The Environment and Architecture unit, we had our own Noreen Elleker speak on Edmund Sexton Pery, the man who designed Pery Square and other parts.”Another initiative invited each of the “hidden heroes of Limerick”, the Suicide Watch groups, Order of Malta, St John’s Ambulance and so on “to say thank you to them. So much of what they do for the city and surrounds is about being unsung heroes.“We sought nominations from them for individual community heroes, open to any representative and from any sector. We received about a dozen.” Now Limerick’s Community Awards Scheme 2019 recipients are Sr Delia O’Connor, Paul Carey, Philip Doran, Tom Naughton, Maura O’Neill and Bedford Row Project.  Their quiet achievements will be acknowledged at St Mary’s Cathedral  on Sunday February 17 at 7pm. In addition, the Dean will present cheques to local charities and groups.Everyone is welcome. A stronger, more united, successful and energised Limerick is the aim of the initiative.“We are partnering with other stakeholders and are particularly conscious of the role played by Limerick Council. We are working together with them as a team.“The Cathedral is the third largest tourist attraction in Limerick, after King John’s Castle and The Hunt Museum and we are the voice of what is Limerick’s oldest building. We are here longer than anyone else.“First and foremost. St Mary’s Cathedral is a place of Christian witness. We are part of a big community and reaching out.”There are other significant identities: as the tourist magnet pulling, in part, a quarter of a million people to Limerick on the medieval trail.“And thirdly, as a place for concerts, talks, the arts, recitals. A cathedral is more than a church, it is a place which by nature of its ministry, can push the boundaries and experiment and be bold.”Case in point, St Mary’s front West Door – for centuries only opened for Episcopal occasions “and very special persons”-  will become the public portal as soon as it is supported by an internal porch.“Everybody is a special person. It is all about engagement.”The revitalisation of downtown Limerick is something that Dean Sloane holds dear for the locals.Outside on Nicholas Street, the painters are busy refreshing edifices in a jointly funded scheme: “Styx is already painted and three houses. We recognise that a lot of people on the street don’t have a lot of money.“We are family here and family supports each other. That’s what families do.” NewsCommunityVideoWatch: A fitting culmination to 850 years of history at St Mary’s CathedralBy Rose Rushe – February 7, 2019 1220 Previous articleCall for bus lane on UL campusNext articleImproving rural life is top of Jim’s local election agenda Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Postcenter_img Advertisement WhatsApp Facebook Emaillast_img read more

Live updates: Evacuations underway in Los Angeles as Getty Fire explodes to 500 acres

first_imgErin Donalson/iStock(LOS ANGELES) — As winds reach extremely dangerous levels in Southern California, the Getty Fire in Los Angeles is exploding in size and forcing thousands of residents to flee their homes. Burning in the hills north of Los Angeles’ famous Getty Center, the fire has consumed 500 acres. The Getty Center and Getty Villa are safe, but many houses were on fire.Mandatory evacuations are in effect in Los Angeles from the 405 freeway to the ocean — which spans some of the most expensive real estate in the city. Southbound lanes of the 405 freeway, the busiest highway in the country, are now closed.In Los Angeles’ upscale Brentwood neighborhood, fire crews put out fires on multiple homes early Monday as the sky glowed orange from the flames and dense smoke.Horrible situation on #tigertail right now in #Brentwood – have counted 6 homes on fire and there’s likely more. The #GettyFire continued to burn out of control in the hills of Brentwood. Stay with @ABC7 for live coverage pic.twitter.com/u8IZM9eN1c— Josh Haskell (@abc7JoshHaskell) October 28, 2019LeBron James said he was among those forced to evacuate from his home overnight.My best wishes as well to the first responders right now doing what they do best! — LeBron James (@KingJames) October 28, 2019Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s parents also evacuated, and the mayor Monday morning urged anyone in an evacuation area to leave immediately. He said he saw five homes destroyed.“We’ve seen fires and tragedies were people have believed they could stay,” Garcetti said. “Do not do that. The only thing you cannot replace is you and your family.”The cause of the quickly spreading blaze is under investigation but Garcetti said it was not caused by homeless encampments.Throughout the day, the conditions in Los Angeles will be extremely dangerous for fire growth.NIGHT BRUSH FIRE 10/28/19 @LACoFireAirOps Firehawk helicopter using night vision technology to assist @LAFD with the #GettyFire in the Sepulveda Pass. Follow @LAFD for updates. pic.twitter.com/CDsgGHVjUw— LACoFireAirOps (@LACoFireAirOps) October 28, 2019Dry Santa Ana winds are expected throughout the day, leaving Angelenos in an extremely critical fire risk area. Gusty winds and dry conditions can cause an existing fire to behave erratically and any spark could quickly expand into a major blaze.Wind gusts already reached 66 mph in the Los Angeles area early Monday.The Getty Fire is just one of the dangerous blazes burning in the Golden State.In Northern California, the monster Kincade Fire has been burning since Wednesday night and has consumed over 66,000 acres in the heart of wine country.All Sonoma County public schools are closed Monday and Tuesday due to the dangerous fire.Current look at the #kincadefire right now. We’re currently in Windsor where the fire is quickly spreading. @ABC10 pic.twitter.com/EIZcmtD5ix— Kevin John (@heykevinjohn) October 28, 2019Rough winds, including a 93 mph gust, contributed to the Kincade Fire rapidly growing over the weekend. Containment fell from 10% to 5%.Over 90 structures have been destroyed and tens of thousands are still threatened. Two firefighters have suffered burn injuries.Winds are forecast to weaken in Northern California on Monday, but critical fire conditions are expected to return to the region on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing gusts up to 40 mph.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Weber State Meets Montana In Big Sky Semifinals

first_imgMontana is 41-29 all-time in the Big Sky Conference tournament and has advanced to the conference championship game 40 times in the past 42 seasons. Tags: Ahmaad Rorie/Big Sky Conference tournament/Eastern Washington/Jerrick Harding/Michael Oguine/Montana Grizzlies/Sayeed Pridgett/Southern Utah/Weber State Men’s Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBOISE, Idaho-Friday, Weber State men’s basketball (18-14, 11-9 in conference play) as the #4 seed in the Big Sky Conference tournament, meets top-seeded Montana (24-8, 16-4 in conference play) for the seventh time in the last 10 Big Sky Conference tournaments. Written by The Grizzlies, as the #1 seed, are 12-4 all-time in the conference tournament, including 7-1 in the semifinals. The Wildcats seek to avoid a season sweep at the hands of the Grizzlies and advance to Saturday’s conference title game against either Eastern Washington or Southern Utah.center_img March 15, 2019 /Sports News – Local Weber State Meets Montana In Big Sky Semifinals The Grizzlies advanced to this point by outlasting Sacramento State 79-73. Senior guard Michael Oguine (19 points, 8-13 shooting) and redshirt senior guard Ahmaad Rorie (17 points) as well as junior guard Sayeed Pridgett (16 points, 8-9 shooting) led Montana, who shot 52.5 percent for the game. In an 81-71 win over Portland State Thursday, junior guard Jerrick Harding (23 points) and his fellow junior guard Cody John (17 points, 6-8 shooting) led the Wildcats. Brad Jameslast_img read more


first_imgBREAKING NEWS FROM T V CHANNEL 44-TRUMP WANTS PENCE AS HIS VPDonald trump has said what most media outlets have been reporting. He wants Indiana Governor Mike Pence to be his Vice President. Trump made the announcement on Twitter. Shortly after that Pence filed papers officially removing his name from the November ballot in the race for Governor. Shortly after that, Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb removed his name as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor.Holcomb says he is interested in running for Governor. Congresswoman Susan Brooks and Congressman Todd Rokita have said the same thing. Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke says he will not seek the office.Below are several statements officials in Indiana have released concerning Trump’s decision to pick Mike Pence as his running mate.DAN COATS:“Governor Pence is a proven leader with both executive and legislative experience. As Indiana’s governor, he has continued our state’s remarkable economic progress and pushed for more effective, efficient government. He’s served in leadership in Congress and understands how the federal government operates. Governor Pence’s communications skills, long history as a conservative leader and Midwestern common-sense will be an asset to the Trump campaign.“Most importantly, Mike and Karen are people of integrity with hearts for public service. I congratulate both of them on this high honor.”LT. GOVERNOR HOLCOMB:“Donald Trump has selected as his running mate a man of unimpeachable integrity, broad experience and a deep love of this country. Governor Mike Pence’s record of leadership in balancing budgets and supporting a business climate where ingenuity can flourish will be invaluable and needed assets to the country. The governor’s selection also reflects well on the tremendous successes Indiana has achieved over the last 12 years and the Trump/Pence Administration will be great partners as we continue to move Indiana forward.”Indiana Democratic Party Chairperson John Zody:“Mike Pence has spent the past three years focused only on his personal ambition. He has embarrassed Hoosiers, signed divisive and discriminatory legislation into law, and alienated the business community –costing our state money in the process. Unfortunately, that qualifies him as a compatible running mate for Donald Trump, who is out only for himself and running one of the most toxic presidential campaigns in history.“As he crisscrosses the country promoting Donald Trump, Mike Pence will need to account for his failed record as our governor. This includes the discriminatory RFRA that has cost our economy over $60 million, an anti-abortion law with some of the most outrageous restrictions in the country, and a lagging state economy that is underperforming the national average and our closest neighboring states.”JOHN GREGG:“This campaign has always been about Indiana’s future and who is best equipped to clean up the mess Mike Pence made. I look forward to hearing from my opponents if they’ll continue his damaging policies or join me working to correct them. In the meantime, I’ll continue outlining my plans for creating and retaining high-paying jobs, strengthening schools, fixing long neglected infrastructure, combating the state’s drug epidemic and all the other very real challenges facing Hoosiers which have taken a back seat to Mike Pence’s personal ambition and extreme ideologies for so long.”FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more