Southlands Residence / DIALOG

first_imgCopyHouses•Vancouver, Canada 2011 Year:  Year:  ArchDaily Photographs Save this picture!© Kristopher Grunert+ 19 Share Canada Southlands Residence / DIALOG “COPY” Architects: DIALOG Area Area of this architecture project Southlands Residence / DIALOGSave this projectSaveSouthlands Residence / DIALOG Projects Area:  3200 ft² Area:  3200 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2011 “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/397214/southlands-residence-dialog Clipboard photographs:  Kristopher GrunertPhotographs:  Kristopher GrunertSave this picture!© Kristopher GrunertRecommended ProductsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcDoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineWoodEGGERLaminatesText description provided by the architects. The Southlands Residence nestles into a mature, heavily vegetated corner site in Vancouver’s historical Dunbar-Southlands neighborhood. A year-round fresh water stream divides the irregularly shaped property as it threads its way below Marine Drive to the south. The lush basin resulting from long-standing environmental forces sets the stage for a dramatic and highly contextual architectural response. The Southlands Residence spans the riparian environment and sets up a circulation sequence that culminates in a grand south facing outdoor ‘room’ on the water’s edge. The design capitalizes on moments of natural splendor in social zones while playfully borrowing from foliage and topography in the creation of private contemplative spaces.Save this picture!© Kristopher GrunertThe house was designed around the structural grid established by an earlier residence. While remnants of original footings and columns remain, the Southlands Residence completely reinterprets the competing notions of privacy and exposure adjacent a well-travelled avenue. Strategically placed concrete fin walls in the landscape, meticulous interior millwork objects, and substantial feature skylights define private living zones on an otherwise open main level. Polished, heated concrete floors run continuously throughout. An exposed wood roof with jewel-like steel connections runs the length of the house, extending generously beyond large expanses of commercial curtain wall glazing. The deep eaves offer protection from glare and direct weather penetration while framing views of the planted basin and maximizing natural illumination. A perimeter network of decks straddles this covered zone, further blurring the line between interior and exterior. Surrounding bamboo, rhododendrons, and Japanese maples become as much a part of the interior living areas as the client’s carefully selected pieces of furniture.Save this picture!© Kristopher GrunertConnection between the main floor and a lower living area brings one of many delightful architectural moments in the form of a highly crafted steel and glass stair. Descending to the more sequestered zone below affords a fleeting glimpse of the creek and navigable landscape beyond. Access to this private outdoor environment is provided on the north side of the house through an integrated garden storage and potting area. This deep threshold contains all the tools required for the client’s landscaping penchant while marking the start of a rich site circulation sequence. A concrete path crosses over the slow moving water and threads south under the sculpted wooden belly of the house. Where previously the landscape had bounded interior volumes, the building skin now frames entry into the luscious outdoor realm. The house fulfills its ambitions as a gateway and the final living space is revealed as the site itself – one level below and a world away.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessShield House / Studio H:TSelected ProjectsMichael Van Valkenburgh Associates (MVVA) Chosen as Landscape Architect for Menil Co…Articles Share CopyAbout this officeDIALOGOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVancouverHousesCanadaPublished on July 09, 2013Cite: “Southlands Residence / DIALOG” 09 Jul 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Fundraising Strategy (CAF/ICFM Fundraising)

first_img Howard Lake | 27 October 2007 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.  12 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Fundraising Strategy (CAF/ICFM Fundraising)last_img read more

Home Retail Group chooses first group charity partner

first_img  23 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis British Heart Foundation and Heart Children Ireland have been chosen as the nominated charity partner of Home Retail Group, owner of home and general merchandise retailers Argos and Homebase.Under the two-year campaign ‘keeping hearts beating’, the Group is aiming to raise £2 million when the partnership launches this summer.Argos has already run successful charity of the year partnerships with Help the Hospices and currently with Leukaemia Research, and Homebase is currently partnering with Marie Curie Cancer Care.www.homeretailgroup.com About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Home Retail Group chooses first group charity partner Tagged with: corporate Howard Lake | 8 May 2008 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

Capitalist vultures rip off Puerto Rico

first_imgCapitalist vultures see the wounded country of Puerto Rico as a cash cow and are planning to exploit the awful damages to its people and property from Hurricane Maria for as much profit as they can squeeze out.A case in point is the Wall Street consulting firm of McKinsey & Co., which has a contract to “advise” the government of Puerto Rico on a financial overhaul of its debts.According to an article in the Sept. 26 New York Times, this process “will determine how much money the bankrupt territory’s creditors recoup on their investments. The giant consulting firm has millions of dollars riding on the outcome. The reason: McKinsey owns bonds issued by Puerto Rico.“That creates a potential conflict of interest between McKinsey’s client, which wants to save as much money as possible, and McKinsey itself, which wants to make as much money as possible on the bonds.”Such a relationship during bankruptcy is unethical and illegal. But the U.S. Congress, which for the most part does the bidding of Wall Street, set up a special legal framework in the case of Puerto Rico’s debt. It left out the rules that normally would compel disclosure of a conflict of interest.McKinsey has so far received $50 million in fees for its “advice.” It owns millions more in bonds issued by Puerto Rico, and will press for their payment.Puerto Rico has been a colony of the United States since it was grabbed from Spain in 1898. Countries are taken over and turned into colonies in order to be exploited. Puerto Rico is no exception. It has been exploited by U.S. capitalists — including the banks — for more than a century.Puerto Rico owes the U.S. bankers nothing — not one cent. Especially at such a crucial time for the Puerto Rican people, progressives must demand: Cancel the debts and pay reparations for more than a century of exploitation!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Mumia Abu-Jamal on ‘Radical Politics’

first_imgFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this The following slightly edited commentary was written by political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal and is posted on Prison Radio.Feb. 6 — I’m often amused when I read, hear or see a politician criticize his opponents as “radical.”That’s meant to isolate his opponent as somehow weird.But, guess what?Radicals are as common as crabgrass in U.S. history. That’s because without radicals, how could the nation be born based as it was on militant opposition to British kings?At the time, Europe was dominated by hereditary royalty.And after the U.S. Civil War, the radicals were the Republicans, who opposed slavery and fought for Black votes, while the Democrats were the party of the Ku Klux Klan. So, radicals fought for freedom from kings and from slavery.In 1877, Republican presidential candidate Rutherford Hayes sold out Black Republicans and Black Southerners to allow Democratic ascendancy and political autonomy. The U.S. Army left the South, and Blacks were exposed to white terrorism … again.Radicalism, it seems, only went so far.In the 1960s, Blacks embarked on a radical freedom struggle, North and South. Predictably, they were again betrayed, often by Republican politicians.Radicals like Rev. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Huey P. Newton and thousands of others fought for Black freedom. Others fought for an end to the Vietnam War.The point?Radicals and revolutionaries fought for freedom from all forms of oppression. And the last I looked, that was a good thing.last_img read more

Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ sparks new wave, face in Marvel Cinematic Universe

first_imgAndrew Van Heusden Facebook + posts ReddIt Listen: Frogflix (Season 2): Episode 13 Linkedin Listen: Ball Don’t Lie: Parting Shots World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Previous articleReview: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ tells a meandering story with stunning visuals, anime actionNext articleListen: Frogflix (Season 2): Episode 7 Andrew Van Heusden RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Photo courtesy of IMDb Linkedin Andrew Van Heusdenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/andrew-van-heusden/ Twittercenter_img Listen: Frogflix (Season 2): Episode 15 – Parts 1 & 2 Listen: Frogflix (Season 2): Episode 14 ReddIt Andrew Van Heusdenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/andrew-van-heusden/ Andrew Van Heusdenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/andrew-van-heusden/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Andrew Van Heusden is a senior journalism and film-television-digital media major from Brighton, Michigan. He is looking forward to being the digital producer this semester for TCU Student Media. He claims to live in Moudy South throughout the weekdays; but if you can’t find him there, then be sure to try the local movie theaters or the Amon G. Carter Stadium. printPhoto courtesy of IMDbBrie Larson, Samuel Jackson and Stan Lee all in one movie means one thing: The Marvel Universe is back, and it is stepping up its game with this fresh origin story. “Captain Marvel”, directed Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, delivers the story of Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), who goes on a mission to save Kree (her species) from an enemy called Skrulls. This mission causes her to get stranded on planet earth, where she discovers secrets of the Skrulls and her own past. Facebook Andrew Van Heusdenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/andrew-van-heusden/ Twitter Courtesy of Marvel Entertainment YouTube ChannelOverall, the film was creative. Fans won’t be disappointed, or at least they shouldn’t be. This movie has been long overdue and steps in the right track. Captain Marvel is likely to be the future face of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and this film proves that statement. Samuel L. Jackson ages down to play Nick Fury prior to his reign with the Avengers. His character is such a pleasure that it would have been nice to gain more character development through his interactions with Captain Marvel. Even if we got more of a glimpse of Fury’s past, that would have been satisfactory. The two other strong human characters, Maria (Lashana Lynch) and her daughter, brought a new dynamic and personal growth to Captain Marvel’s character. It would be nice to see them return in “Avengers: Endgame”, as once again, they were great characters who needed more airtime (especially her daughter). The structure of “Captain Marvel” can cause you to be a little lost, since it jumps in time quite a bit. Its structure may be comparable to “Arrival”, but it felt like “Arrival” had a stronger way of exemplifying time and memories. The true hero of the story, however, is Goose. What many earthlings would call a cat turns out to be something a little more than just a friendly pet. Goose should bring a little comic relief to any cat lover, but also proves to be a worthy animal sidekick. Photo courtesy of IMDbVerdict: 8/10Most Avenger fans go into a screening for a good time, and shouldn’t be disappointed with this fun film. While it isn’t deemed the best Marvel movie of all time, it delivers a strong origin story that will definitely play part in the new “Avengers: Endgame” (oh yes, stay for the post-credit scene that may shock you). last_img read more

Limerick city of culture board to advertise for new director

first_imgNewsLimerick city of culture board to advertise for new directorBy Editor – February 28, 2014 648 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April TAGSchief executiveCity of CultureEuropean City of Culturefeaturedfull-imageMike FitzpatrickMusic Limerick WhatsApp Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Email Facebook Print Twittercenter_img Linkedin No vaccines in Limerick yet Previous articleJury to deliberate on house party sex assaultNext articleGardaí unable to find Limerick businessman Editor Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Advertisement First Irish death from Coronavirus City of Culture interim chief executive Mike Fitzpatrick.At its monthly meeting last night, the Limerick City of Culture board finally agreed to advertise the position of Director of City of Culture within the next week. Acting chief executive Mike Fitzpatrick will continue in his role while this process is being finalised.The board also welcomed Limerick City Council’s decision to lead the city’s bid on the pre-selection phase of the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The bid will form part of the legacy programme of Limerick National City of Culture and will involve additional recruitment to work on behalf of Limerick City Council in conjunction with the City of Culture team on the project. Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHLlast_img read more

George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa

first_img Previous article051419_Wallace_Dunn_JF_03Next articleAshlyn Walker Digital AIM Web Support George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa Twitter Pinterest Facebook TAGS  Facebook Local Newscenter_img WhatsApp Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest 2018 – 19 Valedictorian: Morena Leyva. 2018 – 19 Salutatorian: Cesar Montano. 2018 – 19 Top 10 Graduates: Morena Leyva, No. 1; Cesar Montano, No. 2, Emilia Gutierrez, No. 3, Jesus Rodriguez Carrasco, No. 4; Annalisa Iniguez, No. 5; Hailie Zundt, No. 6; Brianna Amparan, No. 7; Sara Bolton, No. 8; Nelson Nabua, No. 9; Auden Salazar, No. 10. National Honor Society Graduating Seniors: Sara Bolton, Emilia Gutierrez, Annalisa Iniguez, Morena Leyva, Cesar Montano, Liette Ruiz, Auden Salazar. National Honor Society Officers: Cesar Montano, president; Jalaya Williams, vice president; Adamary Dominguez, secretary; Carina Granado, treasurer; Saydee Galvan, historian. NTO Superintendent’s Student Advisory (Seniors): Ethan Baeza, Emilia Gutierrez, Auden Salazar, Liette Ruiz. Texas Scholars – 12th Grade: Gabriella Avila, Michael Daniels, Lindsey Greathouse, Emilia Gutierrez, Nichole Hernandez, Annalisa Iniguez, Morena Leyva, Cesar Montano, Diego Ortega, Andrea Ruiz, Hailie Zundt. Senior Class Awards: Ethan Baeza, Mr NTO; Sara Bolton, Miss NTO; Nelson Nabua, Prom King; Cesar Montano, Prom King Court; Auden Salazar, Prom King Court; Emilia Gutierrez, Prom Queen; Sara Bolton, Prom Queen Court; Morena Leyva, Prom Queen Court; Cesar Montano, Most Outstanding; Morena Leyva, Most Outstanding; Lord Simon Cotiamco, Best Work Ethic; Morena Leyva, Best Work Ethic; Auden Salazar, Best Director; Sara Bolton, Best Director; Brianna Amparan, Most Creative; Abraham Lomeli, Most Creative; Sara Bolton, Best Dressed; Abraham Lomeli, Best Dressed; Lord Simon Cotiamco, Best Fortnite Dancer. National Honor Society – 11th Grade: Adamary Dominguez, Saydee Galvan, Clarissa Garcia, Carina Granado, Mena Kamel, Oliver Martin, Jordan Ortega, Jalaya WIlliams. Texas Scholars – 11th Grade: Sara Carrillo, Alejandro Corona, Adamary Dominguez, Clarissa Garcia, Carina Granado, Daniel Levario, Oliver Martin, Christian Martinez, Jasmine Sotelo, Evalee Steen. NTO Superintendent’s Student Advisory (Juniors): Briana Martinez, Christopher Sparks, Avery Vega, Jalaya Williams. Junior Class Awards: Brock Bizzel, Most Outstanding; Clarissa Garcia, Most Outstanding; Saydee Galvan, Best Work Ethic; Joseph Ramirez, Best Work Ethic; Brock Bizzel, Best Director; Lucia Navarette, Best Director; Gladys Romero, Most Creative; Oliver Martin, Most Creative; Jordan Ortega, Best Dressed; Lucia Navarette, Best Dressed; Brock Bizzel, Best Fortnite Dancer; Marissa Alaniz, Best Fortnite Dancer. Texas Scholars – 10th Grade: Kynedie Allen, Taylor Barringer, Zaira Corrales, David Dilbeck, Breanna Galindo, Jesus Guerra, Noah Heredia, Diana Hernandez, Yashmine Hernandez, Taylor Linder, Jerad Olivera, Brandy Perez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Caytlynn Tutt, Andrea Wall. Junior Class Awards: Adolfo Rodriguez, Most Outstanding; Yashmine Hernandez, Most Outstanding; Arabella Abrera, Best Work Ethic; Dolapo Ogunsola, Best Work Ethic; Andrew Forrester, Best Director; Arabella Abrera, Best Director; Andrea Wall, Most Creative; Amru Ramirez, Most Creative; Emmanuel Garcia, Best Dressed; Brissa Hinojos, Best Dressed; Victor Ramirez, Best Fortnite Dancer; Yashmine Hernandez, Best Fortnite Dancer. Texas Scholars – 9th Grade: Jazmin Alamos, Julian Askenette, Kacey Bethune, Elizabeth Blue, Josiah Borunda, Ignacio Camacho, Mackenzie Campos, Shannon Drake, Naeli Garcia, Lilyanna Guebara, Kendal Guiley, Jessica Hodgins, Alexis Lampton, Amara Machuca-Reyes, Alondra Moreno Chaidez, Ashlynn Nail, Molly Paddock, Justin Pike, Mikaela Sharp, Samantha Simental, Cerissa Soria, Sebastian Tello, Marc Anthony Ureste, Stevie Vore. Freshman Class Awards: Sebastian Tello, Most Outstanding; Gisel Hernandez, Most Outstanding; Sebastian Tello, Best Work Ethic; Isabella Facucci – Dishon, Best Work Ethic; Ty Pitcox, Best Director; Stevie Vore, Best Director; Ivanna Olivas-Perez, Most Creative; Christian Camarena, Most Creative; Shyla Ramirez, Most Creative; Melissa Cardenas, Best Dressed; Jacob Gonzalez, Best Dressed; MacKenzie Campos, Best Fortnite Dancer; Jacob Gonzalez, Best Fortnite Dancer.CLUBS, TEAMS, AND RECOGNITIONS Decathlon Team Captains: Sara Bolton & Clarissa Garcia. Decathlon Team Members: Clarissa Garcia, Sara Bolton, Caylee Hernandez, Gabriella Avila, Jose Ortega, Caleb Shook, Jesus Rodriguez (1st place Interview), Jodn Morales, Andrew Forester. Octathlon Team Members: Chanel Ramos, Andrea Wall, Adrian Casias, Dolapo Ogunsola, Enelicia Rivera, Christian Camarena, Maya Barrios, Angelina McKeon. Conaway Congressional Youth Advisory Council: Michael Christesson, Jodn Morales Gallegos, Malea Grady, Carina Granado, Emilia Gutierrez, Abigail Medina, Dolapo Ogunsola, Chanel Ramos, Yazmin Rodriguez, Caytlynn Tutt. Archery Club members: Cesar Borunda, Brandon Green, Mikaela Sharp. NTO Anchor Club: Simon Cotiamco, president; Nelson Nabua, vice president; Daniel Bustillos, Mayrani Gauna Varela, Emilia Gutierrez, Morena Leyva, Cesar Montano, Jodn Morales Gallegos, Zebastian Munoz, DaJuan Rushin,. Model Organizations of the American States: Ethan Baeza, Sara Bolton, Annaliza Iniguez, Diego Ortega, Chanel Ramos, Andrea Liette Ruiz, Auden Salazar. Gifted and Talented – 9th Grade: Isabel Acosta, Angela Aguirre, Jazmin Alamos, Kali Avila, Emily Banda, Yaretzy Benavides, Elizabeth Blue, Ricardo Camarena, Brandon Carrasco, Imanol Dominguez Navarrete, Isabella Fanucci-Dishon, Amy Galindo, Naeli Garcia, Taisha Garcia, Lilyanna Guebara, Jaden Haynes, Sasha Hernandez, Jessica Hodgins, Madison Houston, Jacob Moss, Abigail Murillo, Ashlynn Nail, Heighlyn Nunez, Shyla Ramirez, Mario Rayos, Sebastian Tello, Alejandro Tercero, Tequila Rose Tolbert, Ana Valadez Rodriguez, Stevie Vore, Samuel Weaks,. Gifted and Talented – 10th Grade: Johnathan Camacho, Jazlynn Ceballos, Jessica Crawford, Jarrod Drinkard, Jabin Duran, Andrew Forester, Breanna Galindo, Emily Gutierrez, Yashmine Hernandez, Mariya Mancha, Nora Martinez, Cooper Maugham, Sopheah Owen, Chanel Ramos, Adolfo Rodriguez, Xavier Sivley, Nathan Sudell, Caytlynn Tutt, Andrea Wall. Gifted and Talented – 11th Grade: Maria Avila, Brock Bizzell, Nicholas Crissinger, Adamary Dominguez, Saydee Galvan, Katherine Mangus, Oliver Martin, Christian Martinez, Jalah Nealy, Jose Ortega, Jose Pintor, Avery Vega, Arwen Weaks. Gifted and Talented – 12th Grade: Brianna Amparan, Alondra Garcia Sanchez, Annalisa Iniguez, Joshua Lopez, Jaden Lujan, Cesar Montano, Diego Ortega, Auden Salazar. NPO News: Ethan Baeza, vice president. Odyssey of the Mind World Finals Team Members: Rebecka Farr, Maria Franco, Gabriela Lopez, Shyla Ramirez, Samuel Weaks. Robotics Team Members: Ricardo Camarena, Michael (Taylor) Christesson, Conway Daniels, Jaden Hayes, Justin Servin, Caleb Shook, Avery Vega, Dylan Quiroz, Hailie Zundt. Rocketry Team Leaders: Sarah Bolton, Michael Christesson. Rocketry Team Members: Crystal Armendariz, Marcos Aviles, Daniel Bustillos, Erica Garcia, Lindsey Greathouse, Andrea Martinez, Justin Servin. NASA High School Aerospace Scholars: Freddy Leyva, Oliver Martin, Ricky Pacheco. Senior Capstone Achievement: Brianna Amparan, Crystal Armendariz, Gabriella Avila, Ethan Baeza, Marcus Barriga, Sara Bolton, Daniel Bustillos, Madelyn Canales, Sergio Carrillo, Emelly Chapa, Kayla Childress, Michael Christesson, Abigail Cisneros, Emma Cooksey, Simon Cotiamco, Conway Daniels, Adnan Ertekin, Alondra Garcia, Erica Garcia, Mayrani Gauna Varela, Iram Gonzalez, Lindsey Greathouse, Emilia Gutierrez, Nichole Hernandez, Katelynn Hicks, Danielle Hornbuckle, Annalisa Iniguez, Marlee Kiker, Denisse Levario, Morena Leyva, Abraham Lomeli-Estrada, Joshua Lopez, Jaden Lujan, Carlos Martinez, Cesar Montano, Jodn Morales, Nelson Nabua, Diego Ortega, Caleb Pacheco, Angelly Palomares, Destiny Porter, Dylan Quiroz, Jesus Rodriguez, Andrea Ruiz, Auden Salazar, Ruth Sanchez, Caleb Shook, Asianna Smith, Nadyne Sotelo, Justin Servin, Hailie Zundt,. Student Council Officers: Sara Bolton, president; Clarissa Garcia, vice president; Chanel Ramos, secretary; Giselle Sosa, Treasurer. Writing Center Tutors: Brianna Amparan, Jazzlyn Ceballos, Carina Granado, Annalisa Iniguez, Menatalla Kamel, Oliver Martin, Dolapo Ogunsola Chanel Ramos, Yazmin Rodriguez, Avery Vega, Andrea Wall, Jalaya Williams. Yearbook Officers: Annalisa Iniguez, editor; Emily Gutierrez & Arabella Abrera, design editors. Yearbook Staff members: Taylor Barringer, Michael McNeil, Amru Ramirez, Victor Ramirez, Shelby Ramos, Andrea Wall.AWARDS First in Family Graduate Award: Ethan Baeza, Emma Cooksey, Michael Daniels, Mayrani Gauna Varela, Carlos Martinez, Christopher Ramirez. Business Professionals of America State Competitors: Ethan Baeza, Brock Bizzell, Auden Salazar, Avery Vega. Family, Career & Community Leaders of America: Katelynn Hicks, TAFE State Perfect 100. UIL Awards: Nicholas Crissinger, All-Region Choir, 2nd Alternate Mixed Choir; Anjelica Garza, 6th chair Freshman All-Region Choir & Alternate in High School All-Region Choir; Madison Houston, Freshman All-Region Band and All-Area Band; Mikaela Sharp, All-Region Choir; Tayler Perez, Sweepstakes UIL Philharmonic Orchestra; Arwen Weaks, All-Region Symphony Orchestra 3rd chair 1st Violin & 1st Division Violin Solo. Extracurricular Awards: Emilia Gutierrez, PHS Swimming Academic Achievement & Most Valuable Female Swimmer;. Community Awards: Alexia Armendariz, $500 1st place award Keep Odessa Beautiful Recycle Fashion Show; Ethan Baeza, United Way Allocation Panel Member; Tayler Perez, 1st Place Teen Dating Violence PSA (Crisis Center).ODESSA COLLEGE CERTIFICATES OF MASTERY/ASSOCIATE DEGREE RECIPIENTS Certificate Recipients from Odessa College: Emma Cooksey, CNA; Nichole Hernandez, CNA; Danielle Hornbuckle, CNA; Angelly Palomares, CNA; Jesus Rodriguez, Pharmacy Technician; Liette Ruiz, Criminal Justice; Nadyne Sotelo, Criminal Justice. Associate Degree: Jodn Morales, Core Completion; Auden Salazar, Core Completion; Liette Ruiz, Associate of Arts.AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE English: Auden Salazar. Faculty Ambassador: Ethan Baeza. Foreign Language: Emilia Gutierrez. Math: Cesar Montano. Science: Morena Leyva. Social Studies: Sara Bolton.last_img read more

Pike County Relay raises $180,086

first_img Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson By Jaine Treadwell Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits The First United Methodist Church Relay team was recognized for raising $10,000 or more. Their total was $11,108. Virginia Spurlock won the award as the top individual fundraiser with $3,730.The Avis Synco Spirit of Relay award went to Sikorsky Support Services.“Sikorsky really got involved about three weeks ago and, in that short time, they raised $5,200,” Little said. “Just think what they can do in a year’s time.”East Central Mental Health won the banner award and the Pike County Courthouse won the tent decoration award.“Both of those award winners stuck closely to our ‘A Rainbow of Hope.’” theme,” Little said. “Everyone did a good job with their banners and tent decorations and we thank all of those who participated.”Alacare won the Rookie Team of the Year award and the team was congratulated for an outstanding effort in their first year.Little said the success of the 2009 Relay for Life campaign was because of the efforts of so many and she expressed appreciation to the Relay board for its hard work and dedication.Little and co-chair Rhonda Tuberville will be the co-chairs of the 2010 Relay for Life fundraising campaign.“The experience that we have gained this year will be very beneficial to us as we begin our game plan for next year,” Little said. “I’m really looking forward to next year. I’m even excited about it. I’m so proud of our county and what they did this year. It’s just wonderful to be from Pike County.”Click here for a photo gallery of 2009 Relay for Life Latest Stories “Incredible,” said Pam Little, co-chair of the 2009 Relay for Life campaign. “There’s no other word to describe it. For a county of our size and in these troubled economic times to give $180,086.53 is just incredible. It just proves how Pike County is. The generosity of the people of Pike County is just amazing.”Little said she had set, in her mind, a goal of $180,000 for the campaign but never dreamed that it would be reached.“Because of the economy, $100,000 would have been a successful campaign, but the people of Pike County came through and the Relay board is so appreciative of the efforts of all of those who worked so hard and the generosity of all of those who gave,” she said. Pike County Relay raises $180,086 Print Article Book Nook to reopen Email the author Skip By The Penny Hoarder Awards were presented to the top teams in the 2009 fundraising campaign.The top team was SARHA with a total of $20,256.45.“I think that is one of the highest team totals the we have had since Relay started,” Little said. “Twenty-thousand dollars says a lot about SARHA’s commitment to Relay. And we had another team that passed the $15,000 mark, Boots ’n Boogie. They raised $16,750 and AirTek was close behind with $15,999.58. Those teams also have a strong commitment to Relay and their hard work and dedication show.”AirTek was the per capita team winner. Sponsored Content The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… You Might Like All-purpose cleaner boost at Johnson The phones at Johnson Labs, Inc. in Troy are ringing more than usual this week as there are growing concerns… read more Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Any doubts that Pike County would come through in the 2009 Relay for Life campaign were put to rest as the midnight hour approached Friday night.In his familiar voice, Ralph Black said the words that summed up Pike County’s year-long commitment to the fight against cancer.The generosity of the people of Pike County was measured in dollars and cents – “One hundred and eighty thousand and eight-six dollars and ninety-three cents.” Published 10:33 pm Saturday, May 2, 2009 Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Acid Reflux (Watch Now)Healthy LifestyleIf 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 HealthRemember Them? I’m Sure Their New Net Worth Will Leave You SpeechlessbradofoThe 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 InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

UC Irvine fraternity member dies off-campus, cause of death unknown

first_imgCourtesy: Noah Domingo Family(IRVINE, Calif.) — A fraternity at the University of California – Irvine is on interim suspension after one of its youngest members died, officials said.Noah Domingo, an initiated member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, died at an off-campus home on Saturday, the fraternity’s national headquarters said.The 18-year-old died at about 3:30 a.m. at a private residence in Irvine, the Orange County Coroner’s Office told ABC News.His “cause of death will be determined pending toxicology results after autopsy, which typically takes a few weeks,” the coroner’s office said.Domingo, a freshman, wanted to study kinesiology and become an NBA trainer, his father, Dale Domingo, told ABC Los Angeles station KABC.He had played football and basketball at Crescenta Valley High School, north of Los Angeles, the school said.The grieving father told KABC it was “devastating” to clear out his son’s dorm room.“First thing I did was grab his pillow and pretty much just cry and weep a little bit,” he said.SAE was placed on interim suspension as the Irvine Police Department investigates and the university’s Office of Academic Integrity and Student Conduct reviews the death, said Edgar Dormitorio, UC Irvine interim vice chancellor of student affairs.Mike Sophir, the CEO of SAE, said headquarters suspended chapter operations during the review and has told its UC Irvine fraternity members “to fully cooperate with all investigative efforts.”“We are heartbroken by the death of our UCI brother, Noah Domingo,” Sophir said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, and we appreciate the support the university and its staff have provided to students in this difficult time.”Dormitorio said UC Irvine will also “examine the larger context in which this tragedy occurred” and work “with the Greek community to help ensure that they are engaging in behavior and practice that are in alignment with university policies and their own values.”Noah Domingo’s funeral will be held Friday in Los Angeles, his high school basketball team said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more