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Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited (ZIMP.zw) 2014 Abridged Report

first_imgZimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited (ZIMP.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Printing & Publishing sector has released it’s 2014 abridged results.For more information about Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited (ZIMP.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited (ZIMP.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited (ZIMP.zw)  2014 abridged results.Company ProfileZimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited is the oldest publishing house and commercial printer in Zimbabwe with interests in print media, broadcasting and digital publishing. Known as ZimPapers, the company is the proprietor of Zimbabwe’s leading national and regional newspapers which includes nine newspaper titles, two magazines and one regional newspaper which is a joint venture with a Namibian publisher. Well-known newspapers in its product offering include The Herald, Chronicle, H-Metro and The Manica Post, aswell as two Sunday newspapers; The Sunday Mail and The Sunday News. Zimbabwe Newspapers has ventured into magazine and digital publishing with BH24 which is a prime daily business bulletin targeted at top business executives; and ZimTravel covers tourism in Zimbabwe and the rest of Africa. A corporate printing division produces books, labels, security documents, diaries and calendars, and an origination service. Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB.ng) 2017 Abridged Report

first_imgNigerian Breweries Plc (NB.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2017 abridged results.For more information about Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Nigerian Breweries Plc (NB.ng)  2017 abridged results.Company ProfileNigerian Breweries Plc is the largest brewing company in Nigeria producing the nation’s favourite brew, STAR. The company boasts one of the most modern brew houses in the country producing a popular range of lager, stout, malt drinks, ready-to-drink beverages, cider, carbonated soft drinks and energy drinks for local consumption and for export. Lager brands include STAR, Heineken, Gulder, Goldber, “33 Export”, Life, More and Stella; the stout brand is Legend; the malt brand is Amstel Malta; the ready-to-drink brand is Ace Passion; the cider brand is Strongbow Apple Cider; the soft drink brand is fayrouz and the energy drink brand is Climax. Nigerian Breweries Plc has 11 breweries, 2 malting plants and 26 sales depots; enjoys a growing export market; and offers sales and logistic and marketing support to merchants and vendors. Brands in the product portfolio are available in 13 countries including the United Kingdom, South Africa, the United States and various countries in Middle-East and West Company. Its company head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Breweries Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Best Rugby Books 2020

first_imgBUY NOW from AmazonFacing the Haka, published by Allen & Unwin NZMany love it, some despise it – the haka always gets people animated. This beautifully presented book, published in partnership with NZ Rugby, explains one of sport’s most famous rituals from the perspective of those who have performed it or stared it down. “It’s an amazing experience,” says Manu Tuilagi. “It gets you pumped up watching them do it.”BUY NOW from AmazonRory Best: My Autobiography, published by Hodder & StoughtonThe “shy, fat lad” come good. Rory Best didn’t get the fairytale ending to his Ireland career that he sought at Japan 2019 but what a contribution – 124 caps, 38 of them as captain, across 14 largely successful years. His gripping autobiography was one of 2020’s earlier offerings and charts the chequered fortunes of a player who quit the booze to become an Irish great.Read a full review of Rory Best’s book here.BUY NOW from AmazonMud, Maul, Mascara, published by UnboundAs the women’s game grows in standards and profile, a happy byproduct is books such as this. Catherine Spencer, who captained England to three Six Nations titles, talks about the glory years and the mental struggles she faced both as an elite athlete and a woman living an everyday life. There are a few shots fired in the RFU’s direction too.BUY NOW from AmazonSaving Rugby Union, published by Y LolfaWhy did they change our game?, The Sorry Saga of the Crooked Scrum Feed and Farewell, Common Sense – three of the chapter headings that tell you where this book is going. Ross Reyburn delivers a damning verdict on the way rugby union has been run in the professional era and details the issues he believes require urgent solutions.BUY NOW from AmazonRunning the Race, published by Christian FocusA biography of the Scotland wing famous for winning gold at the 1924 Olympics. A Christian missionary, Eric Liddell chose to run in the 400m instead of the 100m so he didn’t have to run on a Sunday. Author John W Keddie was an adviser on the epic film Chariots of Fire and his book delves into Liddell’s sporting achievements and the faith that pushed him to excel.BUY NOW from AmazonRugby Behind Barbed Wire, published by AmberleyFifty years on, Chris Schoeman explores the Springboks’ controversial 1969-70 tour of Britain and Ireland. Played to a backdrop of heightened political tension because of apartheid, the tourists were besieged amid a series of violent demonstrations. Smoke bombs and flour bombs were a regular match-day occurrence. Many of those involved are interviewed.BUY NOW from AmazonPuddings, Bullies & Squashes, published by Sunnyrest BooksBritain is where its two principal football codes were given shape and discipline. The cradle for this was the 19th century public schools and Malcolm Tozer tells the story of 20 of those schools and their versions of the game. The book conveys the variety of those early codes before the nationalisation of the game by the FA from 1863 and the RFU from 1871.BUY NOW from AmazonA Few Wise Words, published by AmershamNot a rugby book but included here because of a contribution from Sir Clive Woodward. Compiled by Peter Mukherjee, it features 22 stories of success and inspirational advice by the likes of Stephen Fry, Joanna Lumley and Sir Ben Ainslie. “I never lose – I either win or I learn,” says ex-England coach Woodward in a volume as apt as ever during uncertain times.BUY NOW from AmazonBehind The Silver Fern, published by PolarisA new edition of Polaris’s player-told All Blacks history, compiled by Tony Johnson and Lynn McConnell. The original version came out to great acclaim in 2017. Discover who faced Australia with his arm in a sling, who withdrew from a Test side because no one would milk his cows and who kicked down the Gnoll’s changing-room door. A riveting read.BUY NOW from AmazonUnholy Union, published by ConstableAuthor Michael Aylwin, in collaboration with consultant Mark Evans, released this fascinating in-depth analysis of our sport last year – the hardback cover is pictured. The paperback edition, updated and with a new prologue, followed recently and is as searingly relevant one year on. “The rugby universe now fits in your pocket!” says Aylwin.BUY NOW from AmazonThe Grudge, published by PolarisHow time flies – this award-winning masterpiece by Tom English first came out more than ten years ago. It stands the test of time, exploring the spite and sniping surrounding Scotland’s famous Grand Slam win against England in 1990. If you missed it first time around, get your hands on this 30th anniversary updated edition.Read a full review of The Grudge here.BUY NOW from AmazonSamson Rising, published by United WritersThe inspirational story of John Hambly, a grass-roots player from Cornwall and later captain of London side Actonians. After contracting MS, he created the Samson Centre in Guildford for sufferers of this terrible disease. Dylan Hartley pens the foreword and pays warm tribute to Hambly, who won a Sport Give Back award. £1 from every sale goes to the centre.Read a full review of Samson Rising here. BUY NOW from AmazonIf you’re looking for a new pair of rugby boots or a replica shirt, check out our buyers’ guides for the best rugby kit. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Take your pick: a few of the excellent rugby books that were published during 2020 (Imogen Pearey) Best Rugby Books 2020Star-name autobiographies perennially feature heavily in rugby publishing and there have been some crackers of late. But there’s a feast of other material available: histories, critiques, hard men and the haka. You have the poignancy of serious injury and the purity of children’s adventures, real life and fiction side by side. Here are the best rugby books of 2020…Best Rugby Books 2020Joe Marler: Loose Head, published by Ebury PressJust like a rugby ball, you never know which way you’ll bounce. So says the England prop whose colourful career is reflected in this rollicking book covering everything from rituals to red mist, nudity to nicknames. Ghostwriter Rachel Murphy unravels the complex character that is Marler, a player who twice retired from Test rugby and twice changed his mind.BUY NOW from AmazonExe Men, published by PolarisWith immaculate timing comes the definitive history of Exeter Chiefs. Just how did they turn from cliquey meanderers in the mid-1980s to widely loved European champions in 2020? Rob Kitson boards the bus to guide us through their hightailed journey, providing fascinating biogs of key men like Tony Rowe and Rob Baxter. It won’t just be Chiefs fans who lap this up.Read a full review of Exe Men here.BUY NOW from AmazonJames Haskell: What a Flanker, published by HarperCollins“There are a few basic rules to live by as a rugby player,” says the ex-England flanker. “Never trust a team-mate who doesn’t attend team socials, never trust a team-mate who doesn’t front up in a contact session, and never trust a man who showers with his pants on.” Lots of laughs amid the serious stuff from a player who could never be accused of being vanilla.Read a full review of What a Flanker here.BUY NOW from AmazonOur Blood is Green, published by PolarisThe latest instalment from Polaris’s hugely popular history series on international teams. This tells the story of the Springboks in their own words – “We represent something much bigger than we can imagine,” says current captain Siya Kolisi. Dedicated to the late James Small, who was interviewed for the book, and to South African players across the decades. BUY NOW from AmazonJames Hook: Kick-Off, published by PolarisWelsh international James Hook, a father of three, turns his hand to children’s fiction with terrific effect. His debut novel follows a season in the life of primary school youngster Jimmy Joseph and his rugby-mad friends. Be prepared for some villainous behaviour – but will Jimmy overcome such obstacles as he chases his dream? Book one of a series.BUY NOW from AmazonRob Kearney: No Hiding, published by Reach SportA fascinating portrait of one of Irish rugby’s most decorated players – the full-back won two Grand Slams with Ireland, four Heineken European Cups with Leinster and toured twice with the Lions. Kearney’s career didn’t always run smoothly as ghostwriter David Walsh relates. A powerful autobiography that provides insights into the man behind the legend.Read a full review of No Hiding here.BUY NOW from AmazonDylan Hartley: The Hurt, published by VikingThere will be plenty of memoirs to come that focus on the physical and psychological demands on Test players – but few as beautifully written as Hartley’s collaboration with Michael Calvin. The ex-England captain’s autobiography shows us the sport warts and all. “Rugby is great for the soul but terrible for the body,” says the 97-times capped hooker.Read a full review of The Hurt here.BUY NOW from AmazonHard Men of Rugby, published by Y LolfaColin Meads or Bakkies Botha? Jerry Collins or Bobby Windsor? Luke Upton brings a favourite pub discussion to print as he tells the stories behind some of the hardest men to play our sport. Twenty worthy players are profiled although not the man whom referee Nigel Owens, who provides the foreword, says was the hardest of them all… Richie McCaw.Read a full review of Hard Men of Rugby here.BUY NOW from AmazonKen Scotland: The Autobiography, published by PolarisReminders of a bygone age – when Ken Scotland was in the Army, a pie and pint in the NAFFI cost seven and a half pence! The full-back cum stand-off is a top-rank Hall of Famer, starring for Scotland and the 1959 Lions, and at 84 has finally decided to shed light on his wondrous career. He shows the same delicate touch as he did on the field all those decades ago.Read a full review of Ken Scotland’s autobiography here.BUY NOW from AmazonA Break in Mendoza, published by The Endless BookcaseAn inspirational read from a smaller independent publisher. Carl Igolen-Robinson tells the harrowing story of his son Luke, who broke his neck while playing in a school match in faraway Argentina. The book charts a year in Luke’s life as he tries to put his life back together. All royalties from sales go to the RFU Injured Players Foundation.BUY NOW from AmazonSean O’Brien: Fuel, published by SandycoveFrom Bog Lane to Brentford. Seán O’Brien explains his journey from rural County Carlow to big-city life with London Irish, along the way becoming an iconic hard man for Leinster and Ireland. And his Lions try in the first Test of 2017 is one for the ages. Funny to think that if Gaelic football was a professional sport he might never have bothered with rugby…center_img Looking for great rugby books, whether for yourself or as a gift? There was some top rugby literature published in 2020, so here’s a bundle of books worth forking out for Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.last_img read more

Episcopal congregation leads effort to ‘green up’ Rust Belt city…

first_img Cathedral Dean Boise, ID TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Rector Martinsville, VA Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector Washington, DC Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector Belleville, IL In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Environment & Climate Change Featured Jobs & Calls This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Pjcabbiness says: Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem By David PaulsenPosted Mar 14, 2017 Episcopal congregation leads effort to ‘green up’ Rust Belt city in western New York Rector Tampa, FL March 15, 2017 at 10:19 am Green up? How about rebuild, redevelop and reindustrialize instead. Submit a Job Listing March 23, 2017 at 1:47 pm Part of the Green UP series will include a program on how important it is for corporations to invest in sustainability as a sound business practice. You are invited to attend the program, “How Vital is Corporate Environmental Responsibility?” on April 19 at the Robert H. Jackson Center, 305 E. 4th St.,Jamestown. The program begins at 7:00 pm and is free.center_img Curate Diocese of Nebraska Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Rector Shreveport, LA Featured Events Submit a Press Release Rector Bath, NC Rector Albany, NY Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Comments are closed. Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Tags Rector Knoxville, TN Comments (2) James Colby, a member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown, New York, speaks March 8 at a presentation by professor Sherri Mason as part of a lecture series sponsored by GreenUp Jamestown. Photo: GreenUp Jamestown, via Facebook.[Episcopal News Service] Easter comes less than a week before Earth Day this year. That closeness is more than a fact of the calendar for St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown, New York. It’s a double calling to what the Rev. Luke Fodor terms “creation care.”The congregation at St. Luke’s is at the center of a community project launched this Lent called “GreenUp Jamestown” that mixes Christian spirituality and environmental stewardship. GreenUp’s initial slate of events is filled with eco-themed lectures and panel discussions arranged with the help of several partner organizations in the city. It culminates with an Earth Day program on April 22, though Fodor hopes the scope and support will continue to grow.“The more we can … connect again with our origins, then we’ll be so much healthier, not just in our bodies but in our spirits,” Fodor said.That connection is more than theoretical, he said. When a priest on Ash Wednesday says “’we came from dust and to dust we will return,’ that means the Earth,’” he said, adding but much of modern society has become alienated from our dirt-bound biology. Fodor also laments that even though we still celebrate a Christian liturgy with deep agricultural underpinnings, we’ve lost touch with how our food gets to our table.“People don’t have a real sense of creation care, so we need to do something,” Fodor said.This type of “doing something” wasn’t at the top of his priorities list when Fodor first moved to western New York three years ago to take over as rector of the Episcopal church in this Rust Belt city known historically for its furniture manufacturing.Fodor’s longtime passion for the environment already had begun losing its grip on his daily routine. As a younger man in New York City, he had biked everywhere. He was diligent about recycling. When he and his wife became parents, they chose cloth diapers over landfill-clogging disposables.Some of those habits started changing when Fodor began serving at a church on suburban Long Island, starting with his increased reliance on a car over the bicycle. But in Jamestown he found a city closer to nature and God’s earthly creations than its industrial, manufacturing past may suggest.Fodor pointed to one of Jamestown’s biggest draws, Chautauqua Lake, a natural jewel on the west side of the city. The region also is a popular bird flyway, and the city is the birthplace of Roger Tory Peterson, the renowned naturalist and bird artist. Jamestown has celebrated Earth Day from the beginning in 1970, when then-Mayor Stan Lundine helped coordinate a stunt involving a public display of several tons of dirt to illustrate how much pollution falls on the city. The stunt drew national attention.“There’s a real history here of environmentalism,” said James Colby, a member of St. Luke’s who has been working with Fodor on getting GreenUp going.Colby, 66, is retired after working as curator for the Weeks Gallery at Jamestown Community College, and one of his contributions to GreenUp will be to coordinate a 14-foot art installation at St. Luke’s made of illuminated mason jars. But that is set for next year. In this first year, he and Fodor have aimed primarily to spark greater environmental awareness in the community while enlisting many collaborators, including the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, the Robert H. Jackson Center and Jamestown’s Audubon center.St. Luke’s, then, is “sort of a center organization with spokes that reach out to people already working with the environment,” Colby said.James Colby and Sherri Mason pose for a photo at the March 8 event sponsored by GreenUp Jamestown. Photo: GreenUp Jamestown, via Facebook.The GreenUp lecture series’ kickoff event, held March 8 at the public library in Jamestown, was a presentation by Sherri Mason, a chemistry professor at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Fodor said a crowd of about 100 people came to listen to Mason talk about her research on the Great Lakes and about the environmental legacy of writer Rachel Carson.The library was chosen as the venue to bring the project into the community, not isolate it in the church. Even so, before attending Mason’s presentation, about 25 parishioners joined Fodor for a brief service in the St. Luke’s chapel in which they prayed for forgiveness for humanity’s past abuse of the environment and vowed to recommit themselves to being Earth stewards.Fodor will lead the next two programs in the GreenUp series, on March 15 and 22, at St. Luke’s. One will look to the Celtic saints as models for “green spirituality” and the other will mine Genesis for an answer to the question “Did god really propose human domination of creation?”The president of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute is scheduled to speak March 29 at the church about Jamestown’s “urban nature,” and the Lenten lecture series concludes April 5 with another presentation at the library, this time a panel discussion of Rachel Carson’s “Under the Sea-Wind.”Other events are scheduled beyond the Lenten series, including an evening of prayer, art and music on Earth Day at St. Luke’s.In this first year, the diversity of topics and community organizations was by design, Colby said. “What we tried to do this year is to give everyone a piece.” The future of GreenUp Jamestown may entail tackling certain projects and issues more intently, such as supporting cleanup efforts in Chautauqua Lake or promoting solar energy and other renewable sources.Colby, who has enough solar panels on his home to provide for his own energy needs, calls climate change “the biggest challenge that we’re facing.”“I think as Christians, it’s an obligation to bring society forward, and clean, renewable energy is one of those areas,” he said.– David Paulsen is an editor and reporter for the Episcopal News Service. He can be reached at [email protected] Youth Minister Lorton, VA Rector Smithfield, NC Director of Music Morristown, NJ Advocacy Peace & Justice, Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Submit an Event Listing Marion Beckerink says: Rector Collierville, TN The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Hopkinsville, KY Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Press Release Service Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector Pittsburgh, PA Associate Rector Columbus, GA Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest last_img read more

FWAFA “Into the Woods” reflects on worldly problems

first_img Previous articleSGA promotes connectedness with Visibility DayNext articleFaculty Senate talks ignorance and free speech Elizabeth Hinz RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Cost of textbooks on the rise Linkedin Recruitment brings college dance opportunities to Arlington Heights High School Elizabeth Hinz Facebook Elizabeth Hinz is a sophomore journalism major from Sugar Land, Texas. Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday Linkedin Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Elizabeth Hinzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-hinz/center_img Elizabeth Hinzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-hinz/ Study ranks TCU third for liquor-law violations per 10,000 students Twitter printhttps://vimeo.com/240682067As she scrubbed the floor, her step-sisters and stepmother howled in laughter at her request to attend the King’s ball. At the same time, a young boy traded his family’s cow for five magic beans, a girl in a red cape is skipping to Grandma’s house, a woman trapped in a tall tower lets down her long hair and a witch puts a curse on a baker and his wife’s home.Cinderella does chores as her step-sisters and step mother ridicule her. (Photo by Elizabeth Hinz.)These first scenes introduced the audience to The Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts “Into the Woods,” a high school musical based on The Brothers Grimm fairytales that intertwines common fairy tales into one story.“Into the Woods” has a larger agenda than singing and dancing to entertain its audience. Director C. Nicholas Morris said the musical tackles worldly issues “that we can relate to as an adult audience.”Family matters, loss, temptation, greed, honesty and forgiveness are just some of deeper issues Morris said he hopes the audience will connect with and begin to think more about.Senior Hayden Hart plays the Baker, who is on a quest to have a child with his wife. A curse is placed on their house by a neighboring witch, so their adventure starts by going into the woods to try to break the curse.The Witch puts a curse on the Baker and his wife. (Photo by Elizabeth Hinz.)Hart said there are a lot of messages the cast is trying to send to the audience, but some are more brought out than others, such as the message in the last song of the musical.“They say, basically be careful what you tell your children because they will listen and grow up into what you tell them to be,” Hart said.To understand the varied messages throughout the musical, Morris said the cast had to tackle the subtext and dig deeper into what looks like a very simple fairytale on the surface, but is actually a lot more involved.“We had them research the original fairytales and read those books,” Morris said. “Also, just having community time and talking as a cast about ‘What do giants mean? What does that represent in the show?’”The Witch talks to the Baker. (Photo by Elizabeth Hinz.)Senior Katie Blanton plays the Witch, an old hag who puts a curse on the Baker and his wife. Blanton said analyzing the witch’s past helped her discover how to better play the character.“The witch, her past is just insane,” Blanton said. “Studying her back ground, it makes so much sense for every move she does, every word she says.”The cast has been practicing every week since the first of September, but auditions go back to the second week of school. The audition process was led by a panel of judges including Morris, FWAFA teachers and local professionals.“This year we did it different from past years, so the first night they just came in and did their vocal cuts for us,” Morris said.The next night the panel had callbacks and held the dance audition, read scenes and sang more before casting the show. Morris said one reason for choosing this musical was to stray from FWAFA’s recent history of having big ensemble shows, and instead focus on challenging students to audition for one, specific role.The cast dances on stage at the end act one. (Photo by Elizabeth Hinz.)Hart said he decided to audition for the role as the Baker because he felt like he could relate to the character.“I kind of connect with him because he’s a very scared little guy, which I’m not as scared of everything like he is, but I can just relate to a lot of what he goes through in the show,” Hart said.The second reason for choosing “Into the Woods,” was to introduce the students to a complex Stephen Sondheim musical. Morris said Sondheim is “challenging musically, rhythmically” and it’s mentally fatiguing for the students to keep up with the musical changes on stage.The Witch scolds her daughter Rapunzel. (Photo by Elizabeth Hinz.)Blanton sang a solo as the Witch in the first act of the musical, which started with her angrily telling her daughter Rapunzel how children should listen to their mothers, and then the song quickly switched to a slower rhythm as she asked Rapunzel to stay with her.“Sondheim who wrote the show wrote every little note so complex, and each note has a message,” Blanton said. “I think that’s what’s so unique about the show is although there’s so much material, there’s a message behind every word.”The musical will run through Nov. 4  and you can buy tickets at the FWAFA website. Supreme Court allows Birdville prayer case to stand Facebook + posts Elizabeth Hinzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-hinz/ ReddIt ReddIt Elizabeth Hinzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-hinz/last_img read more

“He Appears To Be Pervert, Would Make Life Of Young Friends Of Opposite Gender Miserable”: HP High Court Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Raping Minor

first_imgNews Updates”He Appears To Be Pervert, Would Make Life Of Young Friends Of Opposite Gender Miserable”: HP High Court Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Raping Minor Sparsh Upadhyay6 May 2021 9:24 PMShare This – xObserving that the conduct of the accused was so “deplorable that it would make the life of young friends belonging to the opposite gender as miserable”, the Himachal Pradesh High court on Thursday (May 6) denied bail to a man who allegedly allured and raped a minor girl. The Bench of Justice Anoop Chitkara further remarked, “The accused appears to be pervert and, as such, there is no question to grant the bail to the Accused.” Allegations against the Accused As per the statement of the minor victim girl, on July 4, 2020, when she and her friend Sandeep were walking 20-30 meters below the road to have gossips, 6 boys came there and one of them (A-2), who knew the victim, slapped both of them. After that they forced the victim to undress and when they made the victim to remove her clothes, then A-1 started making her nude video. In the meantime, other boys were continuously beating Sandeep Kumar and A-1 caught hold of the victim from her arm and took her to the bushes, where she was made to remove her clothes and he committed rape upon her. Allegedly, when she resisted, then he slapped her, in the meanwhile, other boys had caught hold of Sandeep, so that he could not save her and while leaving, they threatened the victim not to reveal this incident to anyone, otherwise they would make her video viral. However, after some days, she came to know that they had uploaded the video and then she informed the police, which led to the registration of the instant FIR. Submissions made before the Court The Counsel for the petitioner contended that his incarceration before the proof of guilt would cause grave injustice to the petitioner and family. On the contrary, the State contended that the Police have collected sufficient evidence against the bail petitioner and that the crime was heinous, the accused was a risk to law-abiding people, and bail might send a wrong message to society. Court’s order Underlining that the accused took advantage of her being with the male friend and the main accused forced himself upon her and they not only did that, they also made a video and made it viral, the Court, further added “Given the age of the accused to be just 22 years, it shall be open to the accused/petitioner to file fresh bail application in the changed circumstances or in case the trial is delayed.” Lastly, noting that in the facts and circumstances peculiar to this case, the petitioner failed to make out a case for bail, the petition was dismissed with liberty to file a new bail application.In related news, observing that”NO MEANS NO- The simplest of sentences have become the most difficult for some men to understand,” the Himachal Pradesh High Court on Wednesday rejected the bail application filed by a man accused of raping a 17-year-old minor.The single-judge bench comprising of Justice Anoop Chitkara observed thus:”No does not mean yes, it does not mean that the girl is shy, it does not mean that the girl is asking a man to convince her, it does not mean that he has to keep pursuing her. The word NO doesn’t need any further explanation or justification. It ends there, and the man has to stop. Be that as it may, the victim, in this case, said no to the accused when he started touching her, but he continued. It nowhere implies consent, or zeal and desire to explore and feel each other in romantic love.”The Court reasoned further noted that the victim revealed the unfortunate incident to her mother “prima facie points towards the genuineness of the incident.””She would have kept it discreet because, as per her version, no one had noticed them. If the sexual act was with her will, she would not have told anyone about the same and tried to conceal the same. The victim voluntarily narrated the incident to her mother, prima facie points towards the genuineness of the incident. It would be correct to say that it was courageous for the victim girl to talk about the unfortunate incident to her mother and later come forward and report the same with the police.” The Court observed at the outset. Case title – Rohit Kumar v. State of H.P. Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsMinor Rape Minor Rape Victim Bail Denied HP High Court Himachal Pradesh High Court Justice Anoop Chitkara Next Storylast_img read more

HSE warn over swine flu circulation

first_img Previous articleHigh standard to continue in 2019 Donegal Ultra 555Next articleFurther calls for additional driving testers to be deployed to Donegal News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications HSE warn over swine flu circulation Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA AudioHomepage BannerNews By News Highland – January 6, 2019 Google+ With swine flu in circulation, the HSE wants people to keep their symptoms at home to avoid spreading infection.As children return to school tomorrow, health authorities have warned more people will get sick in the weeks ahead.In particular, the health authority says the elderly, younger people with chronic illnesses and pregnant women should get vaccinated.The HSE’s Dr Kevin Kelleher says people with the normal symptoms of flu should stay home:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/KelleherSwineFlu.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Google+center_img Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more

AKA Alumni Chapter donates socks to seniors

first_img Email the author Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day By Jaine Treadwell Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Latest Stories Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthBet You’re Pretty Curious About Jaden’s Net Worth Right About Now, HuhBradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel This Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s… AKA Alumni Chapter donates socks to seniors Skip Sponsored Content Published 3:00 am Tuesday, December 23, 2014 The Alpha Kappa Alpha Wiregrass Alumni Association, Kappa Pi Omega Chapter, chose the seniors at the Troy Nutrition Center as the recipients for its 2014 Christmas project.Vickie Robinson said AKA members design a project each Christmas season as a way of giving back to the community, and this year the organization thought whom better to show appreciation to than a community’s senior adults.“This year, we decided to collect socks for the senior adults,” Robinson said. “And, we wanted to involve school children, so we invited the second grade students at Troy Elementary School to donate socks for our seniors.” “Attendance was down, mainly, because of the holidays,” said Shelia Deveridge, Center director. “So, that meant more socks for those who were here, and they had a ball picking out the socks they wanted. This was a real treat for them.”The AKAs came prepared with a couple of door prizes for the seniors to have a chance to win while receiving socks Monday. Each senior was given a numbered ticket in a drawing for a turkey and a gift basket.Robinson said the AKAs enjoyed visiting the Troy Nutrition Center and getting to know the participants through the sock drive.“This was one of our ways of giving back to the community,” she said. “We also had Christmas for six children. We gave each of them a $200 Walmart gift certificate, so they could go shopping and select what they would like for Christmas.” Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Print Article Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration By Secrets Revealed Robinson said the students were excited to be involved and were very generous in their giving. The students donated 104 pairs of socks of all different styles and colors to the seniors.Several AKA members visited the Troy Nutrition Center Monday and delivered the socks to the seniors.Some of the regular participants were visiting relatives for the holidays; others had relatives visiting in their homes and the rain kept a few at home and away from the nutrition center. You Might Like Weather advisories issued for Pike County Heavy rain, dense fog and potential for stronger winds could pose a problem for Pike County travellers today. The National… read more Robinson said the children were selected based on need.“AKA is a working organization, and we want to always give back to our communities,” Robinson said.The Alpha Kappa Alpha Wiregrass Alumni Association, Kappa Pi Omega Chapter has 124 members in Troy, Dothan, Ozark and Enterprise. The Chapter commits to community projects involving health, education, technology and the economy.Deveridge expressed appreciation to AKA for its generosity to the participants at the Troy Nutrition Center.“The generosity and caring of AKA lifted the spirits of our participants and helped make their Christmas merry and bright,” she said.AKA members who visited the Troy Nutrition Center Monday were Venessa Johnson, Tara Davenport, Cynthia Thomas, Wennifer Cameron and Dana Wilson. Mary Flowers, a teacher at TES also participated in the project. Book Nook to reopenlast_img read more

Arizona governor Doug Ducey slams Hacienda HealthCare, where vegetative patient was impregnated

first_imgCredit: Office of Governor Doug Ducey(PHOENIX) — The governor of Arizona weighed in on the case in which a nurse at a Phoenix health care facility was arrested after a patient who is in a vegetative state gave birth to a child.Governor Doug Ducey posted a thread of tweets slamming Hacienda HealthCare, the company that employed licensed practical nurse Nathan Sutherland and which runs the facility where the woman was being cared for.Sutherland was arrested Tuesday after investigators obtained a DNA sample that matched the DNA of the child that was born at the facility.“I am sickened by what’s been disclosed about the rape and subsequent childbirth by a disabled woman at Hacienda HealthCare. And, I’m appalled by the latest disclosure about the senior leadership’s behavior and the lack of action by its board of directors,” Ducey wrote in the first in a series of six tweets.He called for the company’s senior leadership “to be completely replaced.”“My confidence level in that institution and its leadership is zero, and our job now is to ensure that the individuals in their facilities are safe,” he wrote in another tweet.He suggested that the state may take action but did not specify.“Now, we are looking into what can be done to hold this facility and board accountable for violating the public’s trust and failing in their responsibility so badly. Our agencies are reviewing the best course of action, but I can assure you Arizona will not tolerate this,” he wrote in the concluding tweet.Hacienda HealthCare did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.Sutherland, 36, was booked into the Maricopa County Jail without bond on Tuesday after being charged with one count of vulnerable adult abuse and one count of sexual assault.Sutherland had worked at Hacienda HealthCare since 2011, police said.The patient at the center of this scandal “has significant intellectual disabilities as a result of seizures very early in her childhood,” according to a statement from her family’s attorney, John Micheaels.“She does not speak but has some ability to move her limbs, head and neck,” he said in a statement this week. “Their daughter responds to sound and is able to make facial gestures. The important thing is that she is a beloved daughter, albeit with significant intellectual disabilities. She has feelings, likes to be read to, enjoys soft music, and is capable of responding to people she is familiar with, especially family.” Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Richfield High Names New Football Coach

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRICHFIELD, Utah-Thursday evening, Richfield High School athletic director Richard Barton announced the Wildcats had hired a new football coach with an impeccable pedigree.Jason Hitchens, who has successfully coached high school football in the greater Los Angeles area in the past, has come to Richfield.Hitchens is best known for leading the St. Margaret’s Tartans of the California Interscholastic Federation to a 14-0 record, winning the school’s first state title in the CIF.Additionally, he led the Corona Del Mar Sea Kings to a 10-3 record and their first league title in 22 years after they went 3-7 the previous season.Hitchens, who attended Portland State on a football scholarship, went 71-33-2 as a head coach in California high school football.Hitchens stepped away from coaching in 2011 to focus more time on his young family and gain a healthier life balance and perspective.The Hitchens family, which consists of children aged 13, 11, 10 and 8, decided to come to Richfield so they could live in a moral, family-friendly environment.Barton stated that Richfield High School has appreciated departing head coach Eric Thorson during his four years at the helm of the Wildcats’ football program and respects his decision to move to Preston, Idaho to be closer to his wife’s family.Barton also said the Wildcats feel “very fortunate” that a coach of Hitchens’ caliber would come to Richfield when he was in high demand for numerous coaching opportunities in California. Brad James Tags: Eric Thorson/Jason Hitchens/Richard Barton/Richfield High School Football May 31, 2018 /Sports News – Local Richfield High Names New Football Coachlast_img read more