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El Gobernador Wolf anuncia una inversión de $66 millones en proyectos de infraestructura relativos al agua en nueve condados

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter July 22, 2020 El Gobernador Wolf anuncia una inversión de $66 millones en proyectos de infraestructura relativos al agua en nueve condados Español,  Infrastructure,  Press Release En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció la inversión de $66 millones para 11 proyectos de agua potable, aguas residuales y aguas pluviales en nueve condados a través de la Autoridad de Inversiones de Infraestructura de Pennsylvania (PENNVEST).“Los sistemas de agua limpia y confiable sirven como un enlace vital para la recuperación y el crecimiento constantes de nuestras comunidades”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “El gobierno tiene la responsabilidad fundamental de asegurar que los residentes de Pennsylvania tengan acceso a una infraestructura segura, en especial, a medida que continuamos abordando las consecuencias sanitarias y económicas de la pandemia de COVID-19”.Los fondos para estos proyectos surgen de una combinación de fondos estatales aprobados por los votantes, Growing Greener, fondos de Marcellus Legacy, subvenciones federales a PENNVEST de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental y reembolsos de préstamos reciclados de asignaciones anteriores de fondos de PENNVEST. Los fondos para estos proyectos se desembolsan después pagar los gastos del trabajo y de enviar los recibos a PENNVEST para su revisión.“Las comunidades locales en todo el estado deben seguir tomando decisiones difíciles todos los días producto de la pandemia de COVID-19”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “El fuerte compromiso que compartimos para reconstruir y hacer crecer a nuestro gran estado se demuestra a través de inversiones en mejoras de la infraestructura comunitaria como estos proyectos”.A continuación vemos una lista de los proyectos resumidos:Proyectos de agua potableCondado de BedfordAutoridad municipal del municipio de Bedford: recibió un préstamo de $5,223,140 para reemplazar 8,500 pies de las líneas de agua existentes y conectar un nuevo servicio con 10,150 pies de líneas de agua adicionales, al tiempo que reemplaza el tanque de almacenamiento de agua terminado. El proyecto aumentará la confiabilidad al eliminar las interrupciones del servicio de agua y garantizar conexiones estables a las comunidades desatendidas en el área de servicio.Condado de BerksCiudad de Fleetwood: recibió un préstamo de $3,500,000 para reemplazar aproximadamente 8,250 pies de tuberías dúctiles de hierro y cemento. El proyecto reemplazará las líneas de servicio que están al final de su vida útil y aumentará la confiabilidad de la calidad a casi 1,800 residentes.Condado de MifflinAutoridad municipal de Allensville: recibió un préstamo de $371,950 para realizar mejoras en una planta de filtración, instalar medidores de flujo y sistemas de adquisición de datos así como proporcionar la desinfección de las tuberías de contacto. El proyecto hará que el sistema cumpla con una orden de consentimiento del Departamento de Protección Ambiental (DEP, por sus siglas en inglés) y reducirá el riesgo de contraer una infección por Giardia en toda la comunidad.Condado de PerryAutoridad municipal del municipio de Penn: recibió un préstamo de $1,450,000 para reemplazar los tanques de agua deteriorados con un nuevo tanque a nivel del suelo de 150,000 galones. El proyecto reducirá la exposición al hierro y al manganeso y mejorará la confiabilidad del agua para los clientes en el área de servicio.Condado SomersetAutoridad de Agua del área de Addison: recibió un préstamo de $575,120 para instalar un sistema de cloración y un tanque de agua, lo que implicará dejar de depender de las bombas de pozos existentes. El proyecto mejorará la confiabilidad del agua potable y reducirá significativamente el agua que se pierde durante la transferencia, que actualmente se estima en un 70%.Proyectos de aguas residualesCondado de Cambria**Ciudad de Johnstown: recibió una subvención de $6,517,110 y un préstamo de $4,382,890 para reemplazar aproximadamente 26,000 pies de la línea de alcantarillado. El proyecto reducirá los desbordes en los ríos Stonycreek y Little Conemaugh en los períodos de clima húmedo, disminuyendo la exposición de la población a los efluentes no tratados.Condado de Lawrence**Autoridad de saneamiento de New Castle: recibió una subvención de $19,132,800 y un préstamo de $12,867,200 para realizar mejoras significativas en una planta de tratamiento de aguas residuales existente, incluida la construcción de un nuevo tanque anóxico y la renovación de un sistema de lodos activados. El proyecto cumplirá con los límites de efluentes establecidos en los permisos y mejorará la vida acuática en el Río Shenango.Condado de WestmorelandCiudad de Arnold: recibió un préstamo de $117,555 para aumentar el tamaño de las tuberías actuales utilizadas para transportar aguas residuales a la planta regional de tratamiento de aguas residuales. El proyecto reducirá los desbordes de aguas residuales en el río Allegheny cuando el clima es húmedo y reducirá los efectos en la vida acuática. **Autoridad Municipal de Western Westmoreland: recibió un préstamo de $11,025,000 para instalar aproximadamente 18,000 pies de líneas de alcantarillado sanitario y pozos de registro, al tiempo que se estabilizan las riberas a lo largo de las vías fluviales locales. El proyecto eliminará la contaminación de las corrientes regionales y abordará una orden de consentimiento del DEP.Proyectos de aguas pluvialesCondado de NorthamptonCiudad de North Catasauqua: recibió un préstamo de $618,229 para instalar 5,010 pies de una nueva línea de alcantarillado pluvial y las entradas correspondientes. El proyecto aliviará significativamente las zonas residenciales, comerciales y de tráfico respecto de las inundaciones.Condado de WestmorelandMunicipalidad de Penn: recibió un préstamo de $1,106,811 para instalar aproximadamente 1,400 pies de tuberías nuevas de aguas pluviales y trabajos de acondicionamiento de los estanques de retención y los vertederos existentes. El proyecto proporcionará el drenaje adecuado para un sistema que actualmente tiene un tamaño insuficiente y reducirá aproximadamente 5,916 libras de sedimento en Bushy Run cada año.* denota proyectos financiados con fondos de Drinking Water State Revolving Funds** denota proyectos financiados con fondos de Clean Water State Revolving FundsView this information in English.last_img read more

Imagine walking into your new home after receiving the keys only to discover a vital piece missing

first_img23 Blackmore Street, WindsorMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours ago“I’ve had people move in and be three months without internet.”She said it was important for buyers to check the list of inclusions and exclusions and if needed, negotiate certain objects.Stacey and John Marshall, who are selling their home at Windsor, were unaware that they had to list certain items they wanted to take or leave behind.“My husband was like, ‘We’ll leave what we want and take what we want’,” Mrs Marshall said.“Our agent was the one who asked us if there was anything in particular that we wanted to leave.”They have listed a sandpit and a purpose-built removable island in the kitchen as items they will leave.They were considering taking a Woody Woodpecker door knocker, which they ordered from the US, particularly because their two children liked it so much.“Every time we walk through the front door, I have to pick them up so they can knock it,” Mrs Marshall said.But she said it might ruin the door if they tried to remove it. 23 Blackmore Street, WindsorReal Estate Institute of Queensland spokeswoman Felicity Moore said sellers and buyers were within their rights to negotiate but the law was quite clear.“Essentially, everything that is fixed to the property, such as a dishwasher that is plumbed in, light fixtures and curtains and curtain rods, must be left as part of the property when the seller leaves,” Mrs Moore said.“Anything that is movable, such as pot plants, or the swing set in the backyard, can be taken.”She said if the buyer moved into a new home and an item was left behind that was not listed in the contract, that became their property.However, if the seller took an item that was fixed to the property and not listed in the contract, the buyer had the right to either demand it be returned or negotiate with the vendor for some kind of compromise or compensation. Stacey Marshall with her son Walter, 2, who likes knocking their Woody Woodpecker door knocker, at the23 Blackmore St, Windsor home they are selling. Picture: Liam Kidston.Imagine walking into your new home after receiving the keys only to discover a vital piece missing.From curtains and chandeliers to pool equipment and airconditioner remote controls, real estate agents have seen it all when it comes to sellers taking or leaving behind certain items.They urged sellers to list objects they wanted to take or leave in their contract and reminded buyers to read it carefully before signing to avoid any disappointing surprises.Ray White Redcliffe sales consultant Loren Mulholland has had her fair share of bad experiences.She recalled one incident where a new homeowner contacted her shortly after moving in concerned that the curtains were missing.“I started getting these text messages half an hour later about all these rooms that were missing curtains,” Ms Mulholland said.“I ended up running down to Spotlight on Saturday morning to get a curtain for the bathroom so she could at least have a shower.”She has seen sellers rip plants out of the ground, swap expensive dishwashers for cheaper versions and take pool equipment – one even left a car body behind.“I had one where (the sellers) took the chandelier because it was a wedding gift from the in-laws,” Ms Mulholland said.She said a limited understanding of the law, cultural differences or sentimental value were the main reasons people took certain objects.“It’s best to just clarify those inclusions and exclusions (because) it can be a bit of a grey area,” Ms Mulholland said.Raine & Horne Redcliffe sales specialist Stephanie Williams said airconditioner and garage door remote controls were common objects sellers accidentally took with them.“If I’m buying a property, I make sure I include all the remote controls, including the airconditioner remote,” Mrs Williams said.She said National Broadband Network connection boxes were becoming an increasingly bigger issue, as the sellers often took it with them when they moved.“It can be disconnected very easily but it’s supposed to stay with the house,” Mrs Williams said.last_img read more

Gloryholder LGM tech ordered for seven LNG-fueled chemical tankers

first_imgThe marine LNG fuel gas supply systems specialist noted that the contracts for the design and supply of the LNG FGSS have been signed with the German shipowner GEFO, and the Japanese shipowner, Nishin. Image courtesy of FKAB Marine Design GEFO has a 7,000 dwt chemical tanker on order and under construction at the China Merchants Jinling Dingheng Shipyard, with Gloryholder LNG set to deliver two 162-cbm systems. The company is also set to deliver a pair of 2×300-cbm systems for installation onboard two 19,900 dwt chemical tankers Nantong Xiangyu Shipbuilding is constructing for the Japanese shipowner Nisshin Shipping. Gloryholder LGM has been contracted to supply LNG fuel gas systems for seven dual-fuel chemical tankers ordered by German and Japanese shipowners.  The Japanese company also has four 33,000 dwt chemical tankers on order at Offshore Engineering. Gloryholder LGM is set to deliver four 2×300-cbm systems for these vessels. LGM added it currently has 25 LNG systems on order, among which are two sets of cargo handling system packages for 6,000/7,500-cbm LNG bunker vessels, twelve sets of low-pressure FGSS packages for 4,000HP/5,000HP series PSVs, one set of high- and low-pressure system for FGSS+SBR package for 7500 PCTC and two sets of low-pressure FGSS for 22,000 dwt chemical tankers.last_img read more

Tyson Fury responds to Wilder ‘demanding $10m to step aside’

first_imgTyson Fury insists he will not pay Deontay Wilder any step-aside money in order to clear the path for a fight with Anthony Joshua.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldHow They Made Little Simba Look So Lifelike in ‘The Lion King’6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs Loading… center_img Wilder has already indicated that he wants to exercise his rematch clause with Fury after losing the WBC heavyweight title to the Gypsy King in February.However, reports this week have claimed that Wilder would consider accepting a $10 million (£8.1m) payment, plus a guarantee of a fight between the winner of Fury vs Joshua, if he passed up his rematch opportunity.However, Fury has said that he would rather beat Wilder for a second time in the ring than pay out a lucrative figure to the Bronze Bomber.‘I think we’ve got the rematch with Wilder on as well at some point,’ Fury said in an Instagram live video on Thursday.Tyson Fury beat Deontay Wilder to win the WBC heavyweight title in February‘Then we’ve got two AJ fights, well one and then obviously when I batter him he’ll want a rematch.‘Wilder’s got a rematch clause. Some newspaper reported that he wanted $10 million to step aside.‘But I’m not paying him no money to step aside, I’d rather take his scalp again.‘I’ll beat him in the ring, that’s how I’ll get him out of the way.‘I wouldn’t pay him $2 million to step aside – I’d rather give him another battering again.‘I’m going to take him out again for the third time, hopefully at the end of the year, and then we’re going to go into 2021 with the biggest fight in boxing history between two undefeated British heavyweights, me and AJ, and we’re going to battle it out for all the gold.Tyson Fury believes he will have two fights against Anthony JoshuaRead Also: Messi reveals his top five best players in world football‘There used to be a three-headed monster in this division – me, Wilder and Joshua – and then Ruiz knocked out Joshua, burst that bubble, broke him in, and then I broke in the Bronze Bomber.‘Three became two and then two became one, and now I’m a standalone soldier.‘And they all need to come through me now and it’s not an easy task because I guard the gate.’FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Career center holds first Career Fest

first_imgDespite the pessimism pervading the job market right now, speakers and panelists at the first ever USC Career Fest have remained optimistic and are encouraging students to do the same.Hiring · Marshall students have their résumés reviewed by professionals from finance, law, technology and other fields in Crocker Plaza. – Mike Lee | Daily Trojan Career Fest, a week of events for USC students centered on topics related to job placement and the economy in every step of the career process, took place this week. Sponsored by the Career Planning & Placement Center, the event brought employers and experts to campus to help job seekers find opportunities and hone their job-finding strategies.The week-long event culminates today with the “Career Fest Celebration in the Park,” which aims to give students a chance to learn more about various departments on campus and to meet different employers.With unemployment at its highest level in decades, many students are seeking advice on how to find careers that will continue to flourish in the future.Highlights of the week included the Career Fest 2010 keynote speaker, Ali Velshi, CNN’s Chief Business Correspondent and host of Your $$$$$, CNN’s weekend business roundtable program, and a discussion panel,  “Work in the New Economy: New Opportunities in Challenging Times.”USC faculty members also spoke as part of a panel, offering their expertise to students.Panelists included Geneva Overholser, director of the School of Journalism at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism; Larry Harris, a Professor Fred V. Keenan chair in finance and director of the Center for Investment Studies; Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, a senior scholar of the School of Policy, Planning and Development, and many more.“The main advice I gave to students was to make use of the Trojan family and alumni resources,” said Jeffe.Overholser advised students to hone their communication skills, regardless of the industry they plan to enter.“Communication is at the center of everything,” she said.Given the current economic situation, Eileen Kohan, executive director of the Career Planning & Placement Center, said more students are exploring the idea of graduate school as a contingency plan. She noted that this trend has not led to any drastic changes, however, and advised students to first test the waters of the job market.Overholser said the key for students is to be flexible when looking for their first job.“Students must be nimble when thinking about their first jobs,” Overholser said. “Careers have a way of working themselves out.”Kohan said students should follow their passion.“Students should pursue what they want to do,” she said.last_img read more

Pac-10 title within reach for Trojans

first_imgThe No. 3 USC men’s tennis team has an opportunity to clinch a share of the Pac-10 title this weekend, but it continues to strive for a more significant objective — to defend its national title.Attack mode · Junior Jaak Poldma and the Trojans will have a chance to clinch a share of the Pac-10 title with two victories this weekend. – Geo Tu | Daily Trojan The Trojans (18-2, 4-0) will travel to Tucson, Ariz., to face No. 35 Arizona (11-8, 1-3) today.“This is a big match for us,” said USC coach Peter Smith. “It gives us a chance to share the [Pac-10] title, which is not our goal, but it is still a milestone match for us.”All season long, the Trojans’ efforts have been geared toward winning the NCAA crown.“It would be nice to win the Pac-10, but the NCAA championship is the goal,” said senior Jason McNaughton.The Trojans remain the only undefeated team in Pac-10 conference play and control their own destiny in winning their first conference title since 2008 — when USC was awarded the Pac-10 championship after UCLA forfeited two matches because the Bruins included an ineligible player in their lineup.The team’s mind-set remains steady as the players prepare for the final two conference matches.“Everyone is focused. We have a great opportunity ahead of us,” McNaughton said of a potential Pac-10 title.“We need to stay focused, not look ahead to UCLA [on April 16].”Arizona has lost to Stanford, California and Washington by scores of 6-1 and is coming off a victory over Oregon 5-2.The Wildcats have two ranked players in No. 90 Andres Arango and No. 115 Andres Carrasco.The Trojans have won the previous five meetings between the schools, including a 7-0 sweep last season at Marks Stadium.Injuries remain relevant as sophomore Matt Kecki continues to nurse a shoulder injury and will not make the trip this weekend.The team hopes he will be able to compete against No. 10 UCLA to conclude the season.USC has seemingly controlled the Pac-10 Player of the Week honors throughout the season.McNaughton became the latest recipient of the award and the fourth Trojan honored in this manner.“It’s a nice achievement to have, but it’s more of a team achievement,” McNaughton said. “Everyone really pushes and supports one another during practice and matches.”In addition to the Pac-10 award, senior Robert Farah was awarded by the USC athletic department during the fifth annual Tommy Athletic Awards this week.Farah was co-honored as the Male Athlete of the Year for his performance during the 2009 national championship season.Wide receiver Damian Williams shared the award with Farah.After a successful start to the conference season, USC seems to be hitting its stride right as the season winds to its conclusion.“We have five or six guys in good form, and our doubles is looking good,” Smith said.“We are happy to be in this position.”last_img read more

Blame, aggravation exacerbate unbefitting end to season

first_imgUSC is 10-2. It holds the best record in the Pac-12 South. In the month of November, it finished 4-0, beating three bowl-eligible teams, as of now, by a combined margin of 170-69.It’s only natural to ask: How good are these Trojans? Could they beat No. 1 LSU? Or No. 2 Alabama? If given a rematch, would they beat No. 6 Stanford, too?We won’t know those answers. USC’s season ended — on Nov. 26. — in front of a sellout crowd at the Coliseum. And that’s that.UCLA, not USC, will travel north to face Oregon in the inaugural Pac-12 championship game at Autzen Stadium. And yes, the Bruins just lost to the Trojans, 50-0.Is it fair? Not exactly. Is it logical? Perhaps even less so.“Yes, we should be going to play for the Pac-12 title,” sophomore cornerback Nickell Robey said with a hint of disappointment.But this type of finish was forecasted in August. The Trojans, serving the second year of a two-year postseason ban, were ineligible for the conference championship game, as well as any bowl game.That doesn’t make the outcome any less aggravating for fans, or players, or coaches.USC, a top-10 team, will — as coach Lane Kiffin noted during the post-game press conference — get plenty of “family time” over the next month, now.Yet, in a somewhat bizarre turn of events, the source of frustration, at least as of now, for many Trojan fans seems to lie with Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott.A number of cardinal-and-gold backers have taken to the Internet, chastising Scott on a variety of platforms for seemingly barring the Trojans from the first-ever title game. The frustration makes sense. Two teams USC defeated will square off next Friday, and to add insult to injury, a conference official told the Los Angeles Times on Friday that USC can claim first in the South division but it cannot call itself a champion or a co-champion.Though the second part might still remain a point of contention for many, especially as a number of USC players sported Pac-12 South championship T-shirts in the aftermath of Saturday’s rout, it’s hard to fault the conference entirely.You can argue Scott should have done more in lobbying the NCAA Infractions Appeal Committee to lift the second year of the bowl ban, sure. In fact, I’d probably say he should have. But once the Trojans’ fate was sealed — its appeal was rejected last May — Scott’s hand was also forced. The options were limited. His hands were tied.Say USC were to face Oregon on Friday, and in fact take home the conference crown, beating the Ducks for the second time this season. Would that scenario be any less embarrassing for the Pac-12 than sending a hapless UCLA team north? Not necessarily. In several respects, it’d be far more damaging PR-wise: the Pac-12 champion prevented from going to the Rose Bowl. Is that any better?The fate of the 2011 USC team will always be unbefitting. That’s more than evident now, and will remain so as the years progress.But Larry Scott was never the source of that — Pac-12 title game or not. At this point, that’s just semantics.At the end of the day, a nine-person NCAA infractions committee, in June 2010, held the cards and they made sure USC stayed home this winter — for violations committed in 2004 and 2005.Go figure.last_img read more

Noah Media Group becomes exclusive production partner of Gfinity

first_imgNoah Media Group, an independent sport and film production company, has extended its working relationship with Gfinity by becoming its exclusive production partner. Having worked together since the first season of the Gfinity Elite Series, Noah Media Group will produce the next two seasons.The third season of the Gfinity Elite Series commences on March 9th, with teams from around the world competing in FIFA18, Street Fighter V, and Rocket League. The series will be streamed on Facebook and Twitch. Noah Media Group will also assist Gfinity across other productions, including live events. John McKenna, CEO, Noah Media Group, said the following on the partnership: “Having been the first choice producer for the Gfinity Elite Series since its launch in 2017, we’re thrilled to cement our working relationship through this exclusive partnership. At Noah we pride ourselves on our track record of excellence, creativity and innovation in production. Working so closely with Gfinity will enable us to bring that to one of the fastest growing areas in sport and help develop next-level esport content that will excite this loyal and enthusiastic fan base.”Amanda Lawson, Global Head of Production, Gfinity also commented: “We are really excited to be launching Season 3 of the Elite Series on March 9th with more teams, bigger names and a whole new game in FIFA 18. The quality of every single show is of paramount importance, as is the creativity and the dynamism of our story-telling both in the live shows and in all our ancillary content. We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with Noah Media Group who have an unparalleled reputation in content creation and we look forward to the new season and to building on our current success.”Noah Media Group typically works in traditional sports, having worked with ITV, BBC Sport, Channel 4, BT Sport, and Sky Sports.Esports Insider says: Noah Media Group has done a stellar job on the Gfinity Elite Series so far, so it makes complete sense for Gfinity to secure their partnership for additional seasons.last_img read more

‘I think I fit right in’: Ryan Dzingel eager to get started with Hurricanes

first_imgRyan Dzingel is ready to get started in Raleigh.The 27-year-old winger signed a two-year deal with the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday after four seasons spent mostly with the Ottawa Senators, and even though Carolina will be his third club in less than a year, Dzingel feels that the Hurricanes are the right choice for his lifestyle and hockey career.  “I love what I heard from [Hurricanes owner] Mr. Dundon and coach [Rod Brind’Amour] and everybody else,” Dzingel told reporters in a conference call Friday. “I believe in this team and I believe in the city, and watching what we did last year and the run they went on, and everything I heard about Raleigh and everything else around it, I thought it was a perfect fit for me and my fiancee and my family.”NHL free agency 2019: Full list of signings, best available playersDzingel split last season between the Senators and Columbus Blue Jackets, registering a career-high 56 points (26 goals, 30 assists) despite the turmoil of being traded midway through the campaign. Having tallied at least 23 goals in each of his last two seasons, Dzingel drew a lot of interest as a free agent this summer, but the Chicago area native said it was the Hurricanes’ emphasis on uptempo play that helped him choose Carolina.”[Brind’Amour] called and talked about his style, his high pace,” Dzingel explained. “He likes his wingers to get going and start flying out the zone and that’s what I want to do. I love using my speed, it’s one of my best attributes, so hearing that we want to score goals and we want to be a high tempo offense, and watching them last season, I thought it was a perfect fit for the way I play.  “Obviously you want to go somewhere where you fit with their style and that’s obviously one of the biggest reasons I think I fit right in.”Despite increasing his point total in each of his first four NHL campaigns, culminating in a new contract that nearly doubles his salary, Dzingel doesn’t expect to simply walk into a primary role with the 2019 Eastern Conference finalists. In fact, he’s eager to earn a spot with his new club.”They’re not going to tell you where or who you’re going to play with, you’re going to have to earn it and that’s what I’ve done my whole career,” Dzingel said of his early discussions of his role under Brind’Amour. “I compete and work hard and that’s what I like to hear from the coach. You have to earn your ice time. You never want to come in and guys get or are owed anything, so it’s nice to come in and have to earn it.”last_img read more

WHS Daily Bulletin: Clay Target Shooting to hold introduction meeting Monday

first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — Today’s Wellington High School bulletin for Thursday, March 3, 2016:Thursday•Sub-state basketball at Wellington, Girls play at 7:30 p.m.Friday•Sub-state basketball at Wellington, Girls play at 7:30 p.m.Saturday•Substate Basketball Championship games: 6 and 7:30 p.m.Today’s lunch —  Hot Dog with Bun, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots, Mandarin Oranges, Tostitos and Milk.Thursday’s lunch — Macaroni with Cheese, Meat Balls, Peas, Tossed Salad with Romaine, Hot Roll, Apple and milk.Today’s News: *There will be a meeting for the Clay Target Club Monday March 7 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Parents need to attend this meeting.  We will be selecting the team that night.  Remember that we can only have 20 members on the team. If you want to be on the team you and a parent need to be present Monday night.*WHS students: If you are planning on attending the sub-state games to be held at the high school on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the cost will be $5.00 each night you attend. WHS girls will play against Mulvane on Thursday at 7:30 and WHS boys will play against Winfield Friday at 7:30. The championship games will be Saturday with girls playing at 6:00 and boys at 7:30 with the teams to be determined. Adult admission is $6 and NO passes will be accepted. Admission for Students K-12 is $5.*Seniors: Jostens will be here on March 23rd during the three lunches to deliver your orders.*Project Prom is alternating venues between the High School and an off-site venue.  This year project prom is at All-Star Sports. There will still be the same great prizes but with new activities. Please visit their website at www.wgtnprojectprom.wix.com/projectprom  for more information.*Senior Girls: Just a reminder that the Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship application is due into the counselors office by Thursday March 10th.*Almost Maine Cast needs to report to Mrs. Kelly’s room during 2nd hour on Thursday for Pictures/headshots.*WHS will be doing a school unity lip dub video. If you wish to lip sync in a club, sport or activity that you are a member of-please sign up in the office. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Defore in room 208.Guidance news:Wednesday, April 20 – Butler Community Colleges.Today is National…National Anthem DayNational I want you to be happy DayNational Cold Cuts Day.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

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