Vermont Organic Fiber March 15,2006 To contact Allan Brittondirectly, call (802) 388-1344 or email him [email protected](link sends e-mail) In making the announcement Matthew Mole, founder of Vermont OrganicFiber, said “Al’s combination of professional experience and academic trainingwill increase our ability to develop new products and processes that will benecessary to develop the organic wool market as a whole.” To learn more about VermontOrganic Fiber, visit www.vtorganicfiber.com(link is external) Middlebury,VermontNew ChiefOperating Officer for Vermont Organic Fiber For ImmediateRelease Allan Britton Joins Middlebury Firm 802.388.1313 (fax)802.388.4351 for more informationcontact: “We are excited to have Al join our team and feel that he will allow usto better our ability to further develop and supply the emerging market forcertified organic wool products,” says Mole. “He understands our mission and hasthe skills and experience that are perfect for our young, fast-growingcompany.”### Matthew Mole Founded in January 2000 Vermont Organic Fiber has quickly become a globalleader in the development and supply of certified organic wool products. Thecompany works with a worldwide network of wool producers and processors to meetthe certified organic fiber needs of its customers. The company is expert insourcing and managing the production of the highest quality wool yarns, fabric,and batting. With more than fifteen years of experience in developing thecertified organic “eco” fiber market, the Vermont Organic Fiber Company iscommitted to the highest quality products and sustainable business practicesthat support and facilitate healthy individuals, farms, and communities. Allan T. Britton (whose picture appears below) has joined Vermont OrganicFiber of Middlebury as Chief Operating Officer. He brings more than 25 years ofprofessional experience in textile manufacturing, management, and operations. Inaddition to his extensive professional experience Al also has a Ph.D. in PolymerChemistry from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at SyracuseUniversity and a MBA from the University of New Hampshire.
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Governor Wolf Requests Federal Aid to Assist Residents, Businesses for October Flooding in North Central PA
Press Release, Weather Safety Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced he has requested disaster declarations through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to the President for Bradford, Centre, Lycoming and Sullivan counties and through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for Lycoming and Centre counties. The requests were made in response to significant flooding in north-central Pennsylvania on October 21 that reached $33.2 million in damages, according to estimates.“After my trip there right after the flooding, I understood that the devastation in North Central Pennsylvania is more significant and wide-spread than we have seen recently in the commonwealth. These two programs are the best options available to provide financial assistance to both local governments and citizens who have been impacted by this flooding,” said Governor Wolf. “We’ve worked closely with local, county and state partners on multiple damage assessments, and we are confident that we meet the federal criteria for both declarations.”The major disaster declaration through FEMA will provide federal funding to local, county and state governments, as well as certain eligible non-profits in those counties through the Public Assistance program. The funds will reimburse costs associated with the response to and recovery from the flooding. Eligible expenses include but are not limited to, costs associated with paying overtime, repairs to damaged infrastructure, equipment rentals, materials, search and rescue operations, and opening and operating shelters. That data was then relayed to the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, which tracked and totaled the costs to present to the Governor.The overall estimated total costs associated with the major disaster declaration request are $33.2 million, which exceeds the commonwealth’s federally-established threshold of $18.1 million. It is important to note that total costs may fluctuate as applications for assistance are reviewed at both the state and federal levels. It is not known when the President will decide to grant or deny disaster assistance.If the Governor’s request is approved, applicants can be reimbursed up to 75% of the costs incurred on eligible expenses.The SBA declaration would provide low-interest loans to homeowners, renters and businesses with uninsured losses of 40 percent or more of their estimated fair market value. The SBA criteria of at least 25 potential applicants that sustained such losses was met in Lycoming and Centre counties.Governor Wolf signed a state proclamation of disaster emergency, which is required to request federal aid, on Nov. 16.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Governor Wolf Requests Federal Aid to Assist Residents, Businesses for October Flooding in North Central PA SHARE Email Facebook Twitter November 16, 2016
Bio EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016 ELLSWORTH — After a 10-day lull in the Ellsworth High School girls’ basketball team’s game schedule, the Eagles struggled to rediscover their groove against Old Town on Monday.Ellsworth’s only losses this season had been to the top three Class B North teams. So when the No. 4-ranked Eagles trailed the 0-12 Old Town Coyotes by six points at halftime, Ellsworth coach Andy Pooler said it felt like a lot more.“The energy wasn’t there, and we just weren’t clicking,” Pooler said. “I was just happy the way we battled back.”Things started clicking for the Eagles in the second half en route to their 45-40 win. Ellsworth improved its record to 8-3, falling only to Houlton (13-1), Mount Desert Island (12-1) and Presque Isle (10-1).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOld Town took an early lead from the free throw line, sinking five foul shots in the first quarter. Ellsworth senior guard Madison Card hit a field goal seconds before the buzzer to cut the Coyotes lead to 9-8 entering the second period.Card gave the Eagles their first lead of the game, starting the quarter with another two baskets. With Ellsworth up 12-9, Old Town answered back with 11 unanswered points — eight of which were scored by senior guard Brooke Mishou.Samantha Mason and Katelynn Bagley each hit a free throw for Ellsworth in the final minute, and Old Town entered halftime with a 20-14 lead.Card opened the third quarter with another field goal, which Mishou cancelled out with a basket of her own.Momentum seemed to finally shift in Ellsworth’s favor when Bagley came off the bench and hit a 3-pointer, followed by a basket by sophomore guard Hannah Sargent to tie the score 22-22.“That was kind of the momentum shift in our favor,” Pooler said of Bagley’s 3-pointer. “Really big contribution off the bench. If we’re going to go anywhere, we need that bench presence.”With five minutes left in the quarter, Bagley and Card scored a combined nine points for a 31-30 lead entering the final period.The Eagles and Coyotes exchanged leads until the last two minutes. Kate Whitney, one of Ellsworth’s usual top scorers, was kept quiet until then, when she scored the Eagles’ final four points from the foul line to keep the Coyotes at bay.“She’s a great player, her shots just weren’t falling,” Pooler said. “But she came through with big foul shots at the end to help us win the game. That’s all I can ask for.”Card finished with a game-high 19 points while Bagley added eight.Mishou tallied 11 points for Old Town.“It’s nice to win by 20, it’s less stressful,” Pooler said. “But this time of year, you only have to win by one.”GRAPHIC BY TIM SUELLENTROP – REACH MAINE MARKETINGMDI 54, Central 51Kelsey Shaw scored 18 points to lead Mount Desert Island (12-1) past Central (5-8) on Monday.Abbe Miller chipped in with 11 points for MDI.Bucksport 46, DI-S 32Bucksport (3-10) beat Deer Isle-Stonington (4-8) on Monday.GSA 51, Calais 45Morgan Dauk scored eight points in the decisive third quarter to lead George Stevens Academy (10-3) to victory over Calais (7-5) on Friday.Dauk led all scorers with 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Mazie Smallidge contributed 10 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks for the Eagles.MDI 46, Orono 44Kelsey Shaw led MDI with a game-high 25 points to an overtime victory over Orono (4-9) on Friday.Keely McConomy contributed 10 points for MDI.Machias 44, Sumner 38Tate Dolley scored a game-high 22 points to lead Machias (5-4) past Sumner on Thursday.Casco Haley led Sumner (4-10) with 14 points, including four 3-pointers, while Anna Young and Taya Moore added eight points each.John Bapst 60, Bucksport 36Crystal Bell scored 13 of her game-high 29 points in the opening period to give John Bapst (8-5) a 23-2 lead en route to Thursday’s victory over Bucksport.Cassie Coombs’ 16 points and Tessa Solomon’s nine paced Bucksport. Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016 Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Latest Posts
A 47-year-old woman who stole €760,000 from her employer has pleaded guilty to 20 sample counts of theft at Donegal Circuit Court.Tara Sweeney, with an address at the Glebe in Donegal Town, spent most of the money on high-end fashion goods purchased online. The thefts occurred at the County Donegal Education Centre over a six year period.Sentencing in the case was today has been put back until next March.The court was told that Tara Sweeney was an accounts administrator at the Donegal Education Centre from 2009 until 2015.RTE reports that she had no formal qualifications but was solely responsible for payroll and had full access to seven bank accounts.It was only in June 2015 when a new director was apppointed to the company that suspicions were raised about large amounts of money missing.Tara Sweeney resigned from her job and Gardaí carried out a search of her home. They discovered ten black refuse bags filled with documentation from her workplace.An expenditure analysis by a specialist accounting firm showed electronic credit transfers totalling over €760,000 going into accounts in her name.The court heard the balances in those accounts were moderate given the level of substantial withdrawals.Detective Garda Ciaran O’Brien told the court that the bulk of money was spent on high end fashion goods including designer handbags by Gucci and Prada, cosmetics, sunglasses, clothes, shoes, perfume and jewellery.The court heard that thousands of items were left in bags and boxes unused once they had been purchased.When interviewed by Gardaí, she admitted that she had made all of these purchases but couldn’t remember individual transactions.The court heard she was shocked at the figure of €760,000 thinking it was more in the region of €250,000. This amount she accepted, was also bad.Giving evidence in court, she said she found it difficult to explain her online shopping addiction other than to say she did it to make herself feel better.She had been under a lot stress in the workplace, had lost her mother and was bringing up her son alone.Tara Sweeney apologised to her family and former co-workers for the pain and distress she had caused.A psychiatric report described her as a loner who had suffered depression in the past but she showed no signs of mental illness and had accepted full responsibility for her actions.Peter Nolan, barrister for Tara Sweeney, said she had indulged in behaviour that was the ruination of her life.He said she had been chasing an illusion whereby purchasing thousands of luxury goods would sort out her life.He said Ms Sweeney was now unemployed and facing repossession of her house.He asked Judge John Aylmer not to send her to prison saying she had engaged in criminal activity but was not a “typical criminal”. Tara Sweeney had no previous convictions.The Judge deferred sentencing until next March.The County Donegal Education Centre have issued proceedings in an effort to recover some of the monies lost.Woman stole €760K and blew it on high-end fashion was last modified: December 19th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtdonegalFashionTara Sweeneytheft
16 July 2013 Nelson Mandela Day should serve as a catalyst for fostering social cohesion, nation building, economic development and inclusive citizenship, the Department of Arts and Culture said on Monday. Marked across the world on 18 July each year, Mandela Day aims to inspire people to take action to change the world for the better and, in doing so, to build a global movement for good. People around the world are challenged to spend at least 67 minutes doing good work in their communities in honour of the 67 years that Mandela gave in service and sacrifice. South Africa’s focus this year would be “on community development and a call to everyone to use their energies, wisdom and skills to contribute towards eradicating poverty, addressing food security and reducing hunger”, the department said in a statement. Arts and Culture Minister Paul Mashatile and his deputy, Joe Phaahla, will get a first-hand look at progress made at the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday. The museum has been temporarily closed for refurbishments to improve preservation standards and create more exhibition space. On Mandela Day, Mashatile and Phaahla will visit Qunu Junior Secondary near Mthatha, where Mandela attended as a boy, to donate books to the school’s arts centre. The department will also help to clean and beautify the school through public art, and install flags in 10 surrounding schools. SAinfo reporter
If you live in a humid climate (for example, in Florida), you need an air conditioner that does a good job of dehumidification. But if you live in a dry climate (for example, in Nevada), dehumidification is almost irrelevant, because the outdoor air is so dry. In Nevada, all you need is an air conditioner that lowers the temperature of the air in an energy-efficient way.In theory, air conditioner manufacturers could tweak the design of their equipment to focus mainly on lowering the indoor air temperature (a process known as sensible heat removal), or they could produce equipment that devotes a lot of energy to dehumidification (a process known as latent heat removal). Unfortunately, though, air conditioner manufacturers don’t offer special equipment designed for dry climates. Instead, they sell the same equipment in Nevada that they do in Florida.Most residential air conditioners sold in the U.S. are designed to operate at a sensible heat ratio between 0.75 or 0.80. (The sum of the sensible load and the latent load is the total load; the sensible heat ratio is the sensible load divided by the total load.) If you live in a very humid climate, this sensible heat ratio might be too high. If you live in a very dry climate, this sensible heat ratio is definitely too low.John Proctor is the president of Proctor Engineering Group in San Rafael, California, and a nationally known expert on residential cooling. Proctor has always been irked by the failure of air conditioner manufacturers to address regional needs. “Air conditioners are designed and installed the same for Florida and Arizona,” says Proctor. “It makes no sense, since Florida and the Southwest have different climates and different cooling needs.”To improve the efficiency of air conditioners in dry Southwestern states, Proctor has… This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in
The filmmakers behind La Barracuda share their secrets to filming and recording live music in their OCFF-winning narrative feature.All images via La Barracuda.There’s an undeniable power to films that find creative ways to feature music as an integral part of a film’s narrative. One recent example is La Barracuda, a “slow-burn Texas thriller brimming with tension and a lot of music,” which screened at the Oak Cliff Film Festival, fresh off of its lauded premiere at SXSW a few months earlier.Filmmakers Jason Cortlund and Julia Halperin (who are pictured below receiving the narrative feature award and prize package at the OCFF) had to find creative ways to make a musical world come to life within a film that is deeply rooted in the rich country and folk music scene in Austin, Texas.It was important to us that the performances and music culture be woven into the story in natural and subtle ways because we trust our audience to know better — and music’s really the key to understanding the story.’ Within a limited indie budget, we were tasked with finding a way to record ‘live’ music to create scenes and atmosphere that looked, felt, and most importantly, sounded true to form.If you’re looking to tug your audience’s heart strings by using “live” music on a project of your own, you may want to check out these filmmakers’ tips before recording.You Don’t Have to Fake It to Make ItWhen we started casting, we were committed to finding someone who could act, sing, and play guitar for the lead role of Sinaloa. But there were lots of people along the way pushing us to consider casting a bigger name actress and just faking the guitar playing scenes with inserts of a hand double. While that would have potentially made the film much easier to finance, it would strip out the heart of what we were going after.One of the most endearing aspects of a film like La Barracuda is the authenticity of its characters and their relationships with the music in the film. Lead actress Sophie Reed‘s character (Sinaloa) actually performed her songs herself — which can both be helpful and problematic.Know Your RightsWe knew that negotiating song licenses can be tricky and expensive, so we brought in a music supervisor during development. History is littered with films that can’t be distributed because of music rights issues. We had to be careful and not get our hearts set on any song in particular until we knew we could afford the license. We also learned that the public domain can be tricky — while traditional lyrics might be free to use, a specific musical arrangement may require its own license.Using music in films, even original compositions, can get tricky very quickly in terms of licensing. It’s important, as in the case of La Barracuda, to do your research and work with a music supervisor from the very beginning — lest you film scenes with live music that you can’t actually use in your final cut.Camera and Sound Departments Need to Work TogetherThe camera can be a bully. Because the frame gets so much attention in terms of lighting and mise en scene, the sound department can become a whipping boy — forced to always make compromises that must then be reconciled in post. Not only does this just forestall dealing with a problem, it also makes for a bummer crew dynamic. As directors, we consciously try to treat sound and camera (and all departments) with equal respect.As any sound mixer will tell you, this certainly rings true on all sets. Cinematography seems to always be the head honcho; however, for a film whose soul is the music, it takes a special relationship between sound and camera departments — expertly demonstrated by La Barracuda‘s director of photography (Jonathan Nastasi) and sound mixer (Paul Toohey). Their collaboration found a way to balance the two elements masterfully.Use the Board In addition to multi-track field recordings of live music performances (often with lavs inside every instrument, and on every singer, and a double boom), when we were in venues like The Saxon Pub or The Old Coupland Dancehall, we made use of their in-house mixing boards as well. We had brought in live-event sound mixers to capture secondary recordings from the board feed via the house mics — which gave us many more options in post (as well as clean recordings for a potential soundtrack release).This is actually a pretty clever workaround as a way to record “live” music authentically while making opportunistic use of the environment. While not every scene will be in a bar or concert venue, that doesn’t mean board mixing is out of the question. Having a board on set can often be a great tool for balancing everything from music to recording dialogue.Have Faith — Music Will Add LayersWhile the musical elements definitely added layers of cost and complexity to the production, they’re also the soul of the film. We shot our first live song on day three, and we could see the lights go on with all our crew — someone literally said “Oh! THIS is the film we’re making.” It instantly made everyone so happy, and it drew us together for the rest of the show. Overhearing our key grip (a burly, tattooed dude who goes by “Animal”) humming a sweet Mastersons tune as he loaded the truck that night gave us all the reassurance we needed — the effort would pay dividends in screen pleasure.At the end of the day, the choice to use music in the film depends on how much it can add to the story and overall production. Not every project needs “live” music scenes (as they can be quite tricky). However, in the case of La Barracuda, it proves that going the extra mile to record authentic music performances can create something unique that audiences (and the crew) can feel.Samuel Goldwyn Films picked up La Barracuda, it will see a theatrical release in the U.S. this fall. Check out the Facebook and Twitter pages for updates on upcoming screening dates and locations.
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Deepti Divaker: Multi-dimensionalAll Bombay models have stars in their eyes – film stars, that is. But few get there and fewer still have the kind of vital statistics that Deepti Divaker, 22, flaunts. For starters, a 35-24-35 figure that, coupled with unusual poise and confidence, earned her the Miss India,Deepti Divaker: Multi-dimensionalAll Bombay models have stars in their eyes – film stars, that is. But few get there and fewer still have the kind of vital statistics that Deepti Divaker, 22, flaunts. For starters, a 35-24-35 figure that, coupled with unusual poise and confidence, earned her the Miss India title in last year’s Femina contest. That isn’t all. Under that elegantly-upholstered exterior is a rare hybrid: painter, writer, classical dancer, architect and fashion model, all struggling to get out at the same time. Just back from Britain and an unsuccessful bid for the Miss World title, Divaker is currently back at her drawing board in Bangalore where she is studying architecture. But not for long. Her first priority is to recover the money she spent for her London trip. “I spent Rs 12,000 on that trip from my own pocket. Femina only paid for my return ticket,” she drawls, “I’m determined to recover the money from dancing, modelling, and acting.” Next stop: Bombay, where she intends to take the film industry by hurricane. And then: the world. “I want to be multidimensional,” she insists, “I want to try my hand at everything. What I want while I’m still young is fame, lots of it, and money too.” That figures.(from left)Aparna Sen; Om Puri in Arohan and Rekha in Umrao Jaan: Winning performancesWith two big guns of the Bombay film industry on the jury that decided the 29th national film awards last fortnight, there were rumours that the commercial entertainer might achieve respectability by winning a laurel. However, grand old actor Ashok Kumar, chairman of the feature film jury – his other Bombay colleague was producer-director B.R. Chopra – had other, and better ideas and the Swaran Kamal for the best feature went to Dakhal, the creation of young Bengali director Gautam Ghose. The other awards are less of a surprise. Aparna Sen received the prize for best direction for the film 36 Chowringhee Lane. Om Puri, the exploited peasant of Shyam Bengal’s Arohan, was best actor – he plays a similar exploited peasant in Satyajit Ray’s Sadgali, which got a special jury award, best actress was Rekha, the poetic courtesan of Umrao Jaan. In fact, Muzaffar All’s period piece, set in ceremonious Lucknow, walked away with four awards – best actress, best playback singer (Asha Bhonsle), best music director (Khayyam) and best art direction.R. Gundu Rao: Donkey dropsHeat does strange things to people. With the mercury rising above 36 degrees in Bangalore, Karnataka Chief Minister R. Gundu Rao took cricket bat in hand and led a motley team of legislators, ministers and close friends – including bosom buddy F.M. Khan – out on to the field to confront the High Court chief justice’s eleven. Decked out in sharply creased flannels. his belly squeezed behind a striking sports/shirt, Rao turned his arm over for a few donkey drops before wilting away and letting his team-mates take over. At the other end, Chief Justice D. Chandrashekhar made two runs before he, too, strolled back to the cool of the pavilion. State Finance Minister Veerappa Moily and Khan did their duty valiantly after their master left, but even so the chief justice’s men managed to score 144 runs. In reply, after much huffing and puffing, Rao’s team could score only 129 – which is probably his government’s best performance.advertisement
Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores: We’re looking for some kind of styleby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveWatford boss Quique Sanchez Flores admits their performance was not good enough in their 2-0 defeat at Wolves.Matt Doherty’s opener was added to by Daryl Janmaat’s own goal after the break, which saw Wolves pick up three points and rise up the table. The Hornets head coach said: “We knew today would be a different match [to the defeat at Manchester City] and it would be tough. It’s not enough, it’s clear the performance should be better.“Now we are looking for some kind of style, some way we’re going to play, but at the moment we’re not playing in that way. We concede very easy goals and these destroy all the plans. We are playing [catch-up] behind the score so it’s difficult for the players right now.”Asked what it would take to turn the corner, Sanchez Flores responded: “Winning. We need to win. We need to train hard, we need to improve, we’re stronger on the training ground every single day but in the matches we still have problems, we have insecurities, we have situations we can’t solve, easy mistakes giving opportunities to the opponent.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say