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Orthopedic research and innovation in a ...

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Leaders recognized for their contributions to foot and ankle orthopedics Rosemont, Ill., Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — More than 900 orthopedic foot and ankle surgeons, advanced healthcare practitioners, orthopedic residents and medical students participated in […]

Jenkins accent suits Chamber, Natchez pr...

Jenkins accent suits Chamber promotion, Natchez Posted at 12:03 p.m. on Saturday, September 24, 2022 Lyn Fortenberry Jenkins may not consider herself a morning person, but she does her best to pretend. Jenkins, president and CEO of the Natchez-Adams County Chamber of Commerce, briefed Natchez Kiwanis Club members on the work of the Chamber this […]

Political Cartoons of LGBTQ and Social J...

By Joanie Juster– Leslie Ewing’s resume reads like a roll call of activism and social justice movements of the past four decades, with leadership roles at NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, AIDS Emergency Fund, Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, Under One Roof , Lyon-Martin Health Services, 1993 March on Washington, Queer & Present Danger, the Marriage […]

Health Program Coordinator (Entry Level)...

GHEI is recruiting a Health Program Coordinator (HPC) who will be based in Humjibre, Ghana. The ideal candidate is willing to get their hands dirty, willing to give, learn and make an impact through their commitment to this role! This role is ideal for ambitious, thoughtful and service-oriented individuals looking to work for a high-impact […]

Respite for all at Tim’s Place

SEQUIM — This place, Suzie Bliven said, is “a safe and loving environment.” Bliven’s mother, Carmen Jarvis, frequented Tim’s Place – a group of volunteers and carers who support people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia each week – before the collective was closed for the holidays. COVID-19 restrictions and recently when the […]

Local activists push back on proposed pl...

At the southwest entrance to Metrocenter Mall on Saturday, Sept. 3 — the sixth day of Jackson’s current water crisis — shards of glass cluttered the sidewalk where the doors were. Inside, a city worker drove a green forklift that left streaks on the marble floor and beige carpet as he rearranged hundreds of donated […]

Lebanon County man charged with sexually...

Shawn Gooden, 47, of Palmyra, has been charged with sexually assaulting two minors over a three-year period between 1997 and 2000 in Prince William County. PALMYRA, Pa. — A Central Pennsylvania attorney and former volunteer on the board of directors of a local Boy Scouts of America organization has been charged with sexually assaulting two […]

Palmers Shares Commitment to Making the ...

If there was ever a power couple in the world of volunteering, it has to be Lisa Bertero Palmer and Steve Palmer, Santa Ynez Valley Community Betterment Volunteers of the Year. Together they share the service of a non-profit organization. Individually, they serve on more than a dozen nonprofit boards. “My philosophy of volunteering: if […]

Praise for SES volunteers – Central Quee

SES Regional Award of the Year winner Julie Palmer of Yeppoon SES. The future of the State Emergency Service in central Queensland is in good hands after the most outstanding volunteers were recognized during this SES week. MP for Keppel Brittany Lauga congratulated the 723 volunteers from sixty-eight groups in the central region at the […]

Opinion: The Bank of America Student Lea...

For eight weeks this summer, as participants in the Bank of America Student Leaders program, we had the opportunity to work with nonprofit organizations in our respective cities. Through our work with the Youth Volunteer Corps in Kansas City and United Way of Greater St. Louis, we have grown as individuals and learned so much […]

‘I don’t have much confidence in her’: T

It was covered in Thetford on the day Norfolk City MP Liz Truss was announced as the new leader of the Conservative Party, but the lights were left out at Magda Teixeira’s baby and maternity clothes shop. “We keep the lights off as much as possible. We are actually closing because the bills have gone […]

Charity golf event promotes youth volunt...

Volunteer MBC hosts its annual golf tournament, “Back to the Green!” charitable fundraiser to propel its youth volunteer programs in Peel. Presented by Brampton Brick, the event will take place at the Caledon Golf and Country Club on Wednesday September 7th. The annual Volunteer MBC event supports community causes through the local Volunteer Center. Volunteer […]

Who is running for the Evansville School...

EVANSVILLE — There will be plenty of people vying to fill the four Evansville Vanderburgh School Board seats open in the Nov. 3 general election. While four seats are up for grabs, only three incumbents will stand again. Current school board member and District 2 representative Ann Ennis will not be seeking another term. There […]

Rachel Hurd Unopposed for Fifth Term on ...

Longtime San Ramon Valley School Board administrator Rachel Hurd became the only qualified candidate for the district’s Area 5 seat, along with two other candidates who filed paperwork but did not qualify by the deadline. of August 12. “Over the past 16 years, I have listened to the needs of the community and earned the […]

Woman from Tacoma representing Washingto...

Leylah Leonard said her volunteer work is an extension of her passion for improving people’s lives. SEATTLE — Tacoma’s Leylah Leonard is taking her message of positivity and anti-bullying to the road. Leonard represents Washington State in the Mrs. Wheelchair America National Competition in Grand Rapids, Michigan this weekend. The week-long event has state title […]

NEWS BRIEFS – Naples Florida Weekly

Applications open for the Associate Leadership Collier Program The Greater Naples Chamber Leadership Collier Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2023 Associate Leadership Collier Program. The deadline to apply is November 19. Emerging Leaders of Collier County can visit www.napleschamber.org/ alc to apply or find answers to frequently asked questions about the program. The […]

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Varnville, SC—Hampton Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the return of General Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Robert Elvington, Jr. to the Coastal Plains Physician Associates team of medical specialists. “We are delighted to welcome Dr Elvington back to our staff,” said HRMC Chief Executive Dave Hamill. “to provide the Hampton County area with the finest […]

KU super senior Sam Burt hailed by playe...

Sam Burt is a sixth-year member of the University of Kansas football team. Gary Bedore, K.C. Star Lawrence Jim Panagos, who has trained many defensive linemen – college and professional – in his many years as a football assistant coach, is currently working with an all-time favorite in Kansas’ Sam Burt. “The best leader I’ve […]

Hedberg and Lundin to receive Hamilton A...

The Chautauqua Area Community Foundation will honor Paul Hedberg and Ruth Lundin with this year’s John D. Hamilton Community Service Award. Photo submitted The Chautauqua Area Community Foundation will honor Paul Hedberg and Ruth Lundin as recipients of this year’s John D. Hamilton Community Service Award. A reception celebrating the couple […]

Former Plover youth pastor to be charged...

PLOVER, Wis. (WSAW) — Criminal charges have now been filed in Portage County against a former youth pastor. Jordan Huffman, 51, is expected to be charged with eight counts, including first-degree sexual assault of a child, seduction of a child and contributing to the delinquency of a child. Court documents say the alleged victim said […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Employers should c...

Employers should consider United Way campaigns Having been a major employer and working for a few big companies, I learned something special about people. They are happier, less egocentric, have better team spirits and are more productive when the company has developed a culture of giving. When a company supports its local United Way and […]

Young people from Kilkenny attend the Yo...

250 teenagers from around the world are gathering in Kildare today for Foróige’s Leadership for Life Youth Conference. The conference, which kicked off on Tuesday, August 2 at NUI Maynooth, brings together young people from the United States, Ukraine, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, South Africa and Ireland to learn how to become leaders in their own […]

Nominations for the Mayor’s Youth Counci

Columbia Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) apps for the 2022-23 school year are now open. All high school students, grades 9 through 12, located in Maury County are eligible to apply. The 2022-23 term will begin in September and end in May 2023. “I am thrilled with the second year of this council and look forward […]

A new business accelerator in Colorado a...

Latinos in the United States are significantly underrepresented when it comes to business ownership. While the census found nearly 19% of U.S. residents identify as Hispanic or Latino, they only represent 6% of business owners nationwide. This worries Harry Hollines. “Business ownership is one of the main pillars of intergenerational wealth and wealth creation,” Hollines […]

Community Heroes; musical garden; tida...

musical garden gift COMMUNITY BRIEF More Too Life Inc. celebratesHead of the Gulf Coast Foundation Kameron Partridge Hodgens, Director of Community Leadership for the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, received the Community Hero Award presented by More Too Life Inc. at its recent Inspire Change Anniversary Fundraiser event. “Kameron Hodgens is a breath of fresh air […]

Gray Bruce Community Members Receive Jub...

Some 70 residents of Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound are recognized for their contributions to the community with a Queen’s Platinum Jubilee coin. Tory MP Alex Ruff presented around 40 of the coins to the recipients at his first annual constituency barbecue in Chesley last weekend. Ruff and a few other MPs decided to have their own platinum […]

Biden could learn leadership from the vo...

Just over a year ago, the Biden administration promised that inflation would be “temporary.” Since then, Joe Biden’s spending has sent our economy into a downward spiral, with inflation hitting a four decades high by 9.1%. As the White House continues to deny responsibility, families in Tennessee have had to get creative to make ends […]

Gerber Lumber & Hardware is holding a ra

Gerber Lumber & Hardware will be holding a charity raffle on August 2 in conjunction with the annual Kidron Volunteer Fire Department Chicken Dinner fundraiser at Kidron Community Park. The raffle is held in memory of the late Eldon Gerber, former co-owner of Gerber Lumber & Hardware. Eldon and Steve Gerber sold the business to […]

Volunteer to help youth development

As we prepared for the fair, I had the opportunity to work with the Superintendents of 4-H and Open Class to review the Kansas 4-H Club Corner Youth Program Quality Principles. There are eight essential principles for quality youth programs as defined by 4-H. I believe these apply to any youth program! 1) Physical and […]

Heroes in the global fight against human...

A volunteer from the humanitarian group Save the Children sits next to a banner at the Romanian-Ukrainian border in Siret, Romania, on March 7. (© Andreea Alexandru/AP Images) A volunteer from the humanitarian group Save the Children sits next to a banner at the Romanian-Ukrainian border in Siret, Romania, on March 7. (© Andreea Alexandru/AP […]

🌱 Joppa Hill Farm + Volunteer of the Yea

Hi there. It’s me, Paula Constance, your host of the Bedford Daily – here to tell you all the most important things happening in town. First, today’s weather forecast: Warm with variable clouds. High: 94 Low: 72. Here are our main local sponsors. Find out what they can do for you: Attention Bedford pet owners! […]

VOLUNTEER DIGEST: 5 nonprofits are recru...

Lincoln’s Nora Husein conducts a science experiment during her after-school club in 2019. Huskers and RSOs can connect with service opportunities to help the Lincoln community. Join other Huskers this month to volunteer at mentorship-related nonprofits. _______________________ Explore and Understand: Mentoring Mentorship, at its core, assures young people that there is someone who cares about […]

Jefferson County Makes Additional Ambula...

An ambulance currently shorted from the Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Department will no longer miss this station in the county’s plan to support ambulance service in Jefferson County. The mountain ambulance service will instead be hosted by Citizens Fire Company on Route 340. Toni Milbourne CHARLES TOWN — Despite canceling […]

Arctic Guardian is the Best Air National...

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – The National Guard Bureau has recognized a firefighter from the 176th Civil Engineer Squadron as the National Guard’s 2021 Military Firefighter of the Year. Staff Sgt. Tyler Larimer, 176th CES training chief, said Alaska Air National Guard Master Sgt. Brenden Turney, 176th CES firefighter and station […]

West Point Volunteer Fire Department’s f

WEST POINT — Spencer Cheatham has been a firefighter most of his adult life. In fact, the longtime West Point resident knew he wanted to be a firefighter ever since he saw the TV show “Emergency!” a 1970s series about a paramedic rescue service in Los Angeles. “I used to watch it as a kid […]

97,000 Hajj pilgrims receive health serv...

ARAFAT: As pilgrims made their way to Mount Arafat and the Namirah Mosque in the scorching sun, a group of young men and women volunteered to provide worshipers with cold water to help them avoid dehydration. Dozens of volunteers from different walks of life who came to serve the pilgrims said they felt humbled and […]

Notre Dame Appoints Assistant Vice Presi...

Katie Rose and Tracy Weber The University of Notre Dame named Katie Rose assistant vice president for IT strategic excellence and engagement and Tracy Weber assistant vice president for community technology experience. Rose has held a number of leadership positions during her 24-year career at the University, which began with answering calls to the ILO […]

Community Leaders Join Hospital Board

Company DAILY SRQ WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY JULY 6, 2022 | Shannon Staub and Andrew Rennie have joined the HCA Florida Sarasota Doctors Hospital Board of Directors. Staub is a longtime Sarasota County resident with a strong background in community service, who once served on the hospital’s board of directors. She served on the Sarasota […]

County Students Shine in National Skills...

SURGOINSVILLE — A Surgoinsville middle school student won first place while two other Hawkins County students placed in the top five in their respective events at SkillsUSA’s National Leadership Conference last month. Dixie Keck, entering eighth grade at SMS this year, won the gold medal in Vocational Skills A. Her younger sister, Azlee, a rising […]

Stanhope Elmore JROTC Stays Active Throu...

By David Stinchcomb EA News Intern Even though the school year ended over a month ago and we are halfway through the summer, the Stanhope Elmore JROTC program continues to develop leaders while offering a helping hand in the community. For six Tuesdays this summer, cadets from the program volunteer to help with the Elmore […]

Angela Oxford leaves university, but con...

Rachel Knubowitz Angela Oxford served the U of A community for 14 years and she has stepped down to pursue her next great adventure as Senior Director of the Northwest Arkansas Region with the Walmart Foundation. Her last day as director of the Center for Community Engagement will be July […]

How the new Baltic mayor is planning for...

This is a paid coin from the Sioux Metro Growth Alliance. Simplified: Baltic’s new mayor has a background in sales, a passion for public service and an eye for future growth. Meet Deborah McIsaac. why is it important McIsaac began his new role last month. She said her desire to become mayor stemmed from more […]

Obituary of Renee Mitchell, 64 years old

Angela Renee MitchellMarch 5, 1958 – May 2, 2022 – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Angela Renee Mitchell on May 2, 2022, from cancer. Angela Mitchell was born in Gardena, California to Jeri Wilkinson and William Evans on March 5, 1958. She graduated from Newbury Park High School where […]

PLAYERS Championship Names New Tournamen...

THE PLAYERS Championship has announced that Houston Bowles has been named Chairman of the 2023 Tournament. Bowles succeeds Matt Welch in the role overseeing the more than 2,000 volunteers who support all elements of the PGA TOUR’s flagship event. Additionally, Laura Renstrom was named the most recent Vice President, becoming the fourth female President of […]

Celebrating Pride Month by Remembering B...

Although political marches in DC are now commonplace, in 1963 attempting to stage such a large march in the nation’s capital was completely unprecedented. But, with the six major civil rights organizations calling for a March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom August 28, 1963 had a secret weapon, organizational and strategic genius Bayard Rustin. […]

Hard work and bravery of officers, staff...

Saturday, June 18, 2022 The hard work and bravery of police, staff, volunteers and partners over the past year has been celebrated at the annual West Yorkshire Police Awards ceremony. This year’s event took place at the Centenary Pavilion on Elland Road in Leeds yesterday (Friday June 17) and was the first without any coronavirus […]

A Hill of a Meeting! – New

After a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic, Reunions has come back strong, living up to its reputation as One Hill of a Party! Classes marking their reunion in 2022 were joined by those who missed out in 2020 and 2021. In all, approximately 2,500 alumni, family and friends traveled to Hamilton to celebrate June […]

Krystle Starvis | CLCTIVLY | Maryland ...

Baltimore non-profit CLICKLYa place-based social change organization focused on racial equity, narrative change, social connectedness and resource mobilization, added Krystle Starvis as the organization’s first Chief Operating Officer. As Chief Operating Officer, Starvis will use his strong nonprofit background to support the organization’s ongoing operations and achievement of goals, contributing to leadership strategy, management and […]

YouTubers Asia and BJ – WISH-TV | India

YouTubers Asia and BJ June 13, 2022 “Reaction videos” are all over YouTube and for good reason: they’re wonderful, insightful, and a necessary reminder that music unites us all. In this week’s “Leaders and Legends” podcast, we interview Asia and BJ who have their own channel with over 190,000 subscribers. We tell how they came […]

Change of position of president at the W...

The Wyomissing Foundation, a philanthropic organization, has named Patricia C. Giles as president. On July 1, Giles will replace Karen A. Rightmire, who is stepping down after 12 years as president, the foundation announced in a press release Friday. Rightmire will remain on the foundation’s team as head of strategy. The board voted unanimously for […]

GXO joins partnership with LEAD to promo...

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. LONDON, UK, June 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GXO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE: GXO), the world’s largest pure-play contract logistics provider, today announced that it has signed a GOLD partnership with Europe’s LEAD (Leading […]

Council Bluffs Guild of the Omaha Sympho...

The Council Bluffs Guild of the Omaha Symphony is gearing up for a summer fundraiser. Bassoons + BBQ will take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 9 at the Robert and Nancy Schulze Residence at 12800 240th St., Council Bluffs. The picnic will include drinks, a barbecue and music performed by musicians from the […]

Dylan Mondrus obtains the rank of Eagle ...

June 5, 2022 | Contribution of the Boy Scouts of America Dylan Lev Mondrus, a junior from Weston High School and a member of Weston Boy Scout Troop 788, earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest attainable achievement and rank in the Boy Scouts of America BSA Scouts program. In addition to his Eagle […]

Nebraska State Fair Volunteer Program to...

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) – After 13 years of coordinating volunteers for the community’s largest event, the Nebraska State Fair, the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce is moving the volunteer program to the Nebraska State Fair year-round office. The two organizations entered into a partnership to coordinate fair volunteers when the Nebraska State Fair began […]

Volunteer Opportunities in Sonoma County

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa Volunteer as a fresh produce gleaner Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa needs volunteer gleaners. The gleaning program provides fresh produce to homeless shelters. Volunteers are needed between 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. daily, Monday through Saturday. Volunteers can choose the gleaning location and day […]

Meet Maine’s ‘rising star’ in public hea

Over the past two years, more than 5,000 people have volunteered to help the state government quell the pandemic through a program called Maine Responds. Leading the contingent of volunteers is Sadie Faucher, who came to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention on January 4, 2021, at the height of the pandemic. It […]

Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce Recogni...

Chincoteague, VA—May 25, 2022: The Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce recognized and honored business leaders and community servants at the annual awards show held Tuesday night at the Island Theater. Attendees helped celebrate the 75th anniversary of the art deco treasure known and loved by so many islanders. Channel Bass Inn hosted the event sponsored by […]

Volunteers honored | Geelong Independen...

Life Saving Victoria (LSV) has recognized member volunteers from Geelong, Otway, Surf Coast and across Western Victoria for their outstanding achievements in operations, club services, development, training and sports during the 2021-22 season during a rewarding volunteer event. The celebration, which was one of three regional events across the state, was held at the Jan […]

Australian federal election: Polls show ...

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is asking voters to grant him a second term after three years dominated by the pandemic, climate disasters and accusations of dishonesty. Morrison’s popularity has waned since he defied the polls to clinch a “miracle” victory over Labor in 2019, and this election is seen as a referendum on his self-proclaimed […]

Baruch College to graduate over 5,800 st...

May 18, 2022 Baruch College returns to Barclays Center on May 26 to celebrate the Class of 2022. Changemaker visionary Shawn Dove will deliver the keynote address. Baruch College will hold its 2022 commencement ceremony on May 26 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, conferring degrees on 5,837 undergraduate and graduate students from the Marxe School […]

Henderson, Kentucky, YMCA names Jason Be...

Chuck Stinnet | Special for The Gleaner A veteran YMCA manager has been chosen as the new chief executive of the Henderson County Family YMCA. The Henderson Y Board of Directors announced that it had selected Jason Beasley of Mobile, Alabama, who served as District Executive Director for the YMCA of South Alabama. Beasley has […]

South Canterbury emergency service chief...

South Canterbury emergency service officials credit good planning and contingency plans with helping to ensure the provision of uninterrupted services throughout the pandemic. New Zealand Police Aoraki Region Commander Inspector Dave Gaskin said Covid-19 had impacted his organization as much as any other, and like many others , planning had been the key to overcoming […]

Stamford resident Polly O’Brien Morrow h

Leadership Legacy Luncheon Celebrating 110 years of Girl Scouts The Connecticut Girl Scouts hold an annual fundraising event on June 8 to honor women of leadership- Connecticut Girl Scouts invites everyone to celebrate 110 years of Girl Scouts by recognizing remarkable women at its annual Legacy of Leadership luncheon. The three winners exemplify the values […]

Seven Huskers win Fulbright awards; 1 a...

Seven University of Nebraska-Lincoln students earn Fulbright WE Student Program Award for the 2022-23 academic year. Another student was named alternate and three were named semi-finalists. The Fulbright program, the WE the government’s flagship international educational exchange program, is supported by an annual Congressional appropriation to the WE Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of […]

Class of 2022: Samia Saleem selected as ...

By Brian McNeill Like all of her Class of 2022 classmates, Samia Saleem’s stay at Virginia Commonwealth University has been disrupted by the pandemic. “I was in second grade when the pandemic hit and we went home,” she said. “And I was senior when we came back.” The pandemic has forced Saleem and his classmates […]

Federal appellate judge, 2 Arizona group...

May 5, 2022 Economics Expert Says Mother’s Day Spends A Lot; just after christmas What’s the key to understanding the economics of Mother’s Day? Almost everyone has a mother. “It’s a little different from, say, Valentine’s Day, where you definitely want to connect with your Valentine, but everyone has a mother,” said Lee McPheters, an […]

Kansas teenager started volunteering at ...

AUGUSTA, Kan. (KSNW) – A Kansas teenager’s volunteerism inspires people of all ages. “She represents the future,” said Keri Korthlas, director of emergency management for Bulter County. Korthlas portrays Sutton O’Crowley. Sutton, 14, is a dedicated volunteer and member of the Butler County Animal Response Team, a team that comes to the aid of animals […]

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100 years ago May 2, 1922 • Swarms of blackbirds this spring invaded cornfields at the bottom of rivers in Arkansas and wreaked havoc on grain growth. Many planters found it necessary to plant twice. Galloway’s Mark Valentine will plant a 50-acre field for the third time next week. Some planters put out bird poison, […]

Relay For Life returns to Armada High Sc...

As Armada seniors prepare to graduate in May, some students and teachers are looking to go to “jail” for the cause of the American Cancer Society. The Armada Police Athletic League leadership team at Armada High School will host the school’s second annual Relay for Life in conjunction with the National Honor Society on May […]

Victim Advocates; assist survivors, spr...

TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Florida — The Department of Defense has a zero tolerance policy on sexual assault. Although this policy is in place, cases of sexual assault and harassment still occur and, in response, procedures and resources are put in place for victims. One resource available through the Office of Sexual Assault […]

People on the Move: Trinity appoints a n...

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 GoLocalProv Sales Team View larger + D’Amico PHOTO: Engel & Völkers GoLocal’s People on the Move is an update on new hires and promotions in southern New England. If your organization has an announcement, email it to us at [email protected]. Engel & Völkers adds D’Amico GET THE LATEST NEWS HERE – […]

Ennis’ Dedication, Volunteering Wins WOW

SANDPOINT — Sherry Ennis’ life has been distinguished by acts of service and volunteerism. This dedication to others is why Ennis was one of five community residents selected as Women of Wisdom for 2022. Karen Applegate, Diane Arrants, Roxie Lowther and Patti Speelmon were also selected. After graduating from the University of Washington, Ennis joined […]

Announcement of 2022 Napa Valley Produce...

Advertisement NAPA, Calif. (April 20, 2022) – Arnulfo Solorio was named 2022 Napa Valley Producer of the Year. Solorio (“Nufo”) is a partner and vice president of operations at Silverado Farming Company, where he has held leadership positions since 2002. 2022 Napa Valley Producer of the Year, Arnulfo Solorio. Photo by Suzanne Becker Bronk Nufo […]

National Organization Recognizes Rowan’s

Efforts to keep students engaged and safe on campus earned Rowan University two awards at the annual NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Conference last month in Baltimore. Rowan’s Student Engagement Advisory Team and Protest Response Team received the NASPA Best Practices Award, while Joe Lizza, Director of Student Center and Campus Activities (SCCA), […]

How women in law can progress to leaders...

This article originally appeared in Impulse Law360 April 14, 2022. It is republished here with permission. Women leading a law firm add tremendous value to their clients, colleagues and the firm as a whole. According to a recent Business Insider study, female leaders are more effective at taking initiative, demonstrating integrity, building motivating relationships, and […]

Indiana Lawyer Announces 2022 Leadership...

Indiana Lawyer is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2022 Leadership in Law Awards, who will be honored at a recognition breakfast on June 1. Senior Judge Sarah Evans Barker This year’s class of honorees is led by Senior Judge Sarah Evans Barker of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, […]

Attleboro and Mansfield Teenage Pioneers...

When given the opportunity in 2019, two local teenage girls, Lauren Morley from Mansfield and Felicity Norlin from Attleboro, jumped at the chance to join Scouts BSA. Today, they achieve the highest honor bestowed by the group – the rank of Eagle Scout. Surrounded by scouting while growing up, Mansfield junior Morley is now the […]

Cuddles for sick babies | Local News

Special for disc HICKORY – Catawba Valley Health System announces the appointment of Kelli Webber to the position of Volunteer Services Coordinator. Webber will oversee the reinstated Cuddler program for infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and nursery. The Cuddler program has been redesigned to include the treatment of infants born drug addicts […]

Sarah Hempstead of Schmidt Associates re...

Sarah Hempstead LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Sarah Hempstead, CEO and Director of Schmidt Associates and Chair of the Board of Junior Achievement of Central Indiana, received the Gold Leadership Award from Junior Achievement USA. The award is the organization’s highest national honor for volunteerism and recognizes excellence, presented in recognition of leadership in supporting and expanding […]

California lawmakers detail steps to end...

SACRAMENTO — Just blocks from the scene of the worst mass shooting in Sacramento history, Senate Majority Leader Emeritus Bob Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys) joined legislative leaders on the West Steps of the Capitol for detail common sense solutions to gun violence progressing through the legislative process. The press conference came as Senator Hertzberg’s key gun […]

Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteer Campa...

HYANNIS — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and The Islands announced that their “60 Guys in 30 Days” campaign was successfully completed last week. The organization set out to recruit 60 male volunteers to serve as Big Brothers for a long waiting list of Cape Town children over a 30-day period in March. […]

Room hosting the student job fair

November 24, 2021 It is one of the best known and most respected honors in the region. Certainly the highest individual honor bestowed by the Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce, and one with a history dating back nearly six decades. It’s the Chamber’s Citizen of the Year award, and the deadline to nominate people […]

Building Industry Association of Souther...

ORANGE COUNTYCalifornia. , March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Construction Industry Association of Southern California (BIASC), a leading advocate for thousands of building industry leaders who are committed to a better future for California building communities, creating jobs and ensuring housing opportunities for everyone, recently held its 7th Annual Orange County Women’s Leadership Conference at […]

Rita Light (1950 – 2021) Obituaries – Br

Rita Anna Light, 71, of Bristol, died Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021, at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Indiana, from injuries she sustained in a car accident. She was born on July 25, 1950 in Maniago, Italy to Franco and Italia (Centazzo) Corrado. She married Richard Light who survives. Also survived is a son, Derek G. […]

Playtime: Earth Day activities at local ...

Cherry tree in Hickman Park, courtesy of the City of Edmonds. Cherry blossom images have taken up a large part of my social media feed this week. The trees at the University of Washington Quad are in full bloom and although this year my only view was via other people’s photos, it looks amazing. I’ve […]

The Harmonville Chaplain program support...

PLYMOUTH – It’s hard to top the impact of people who volunteer as firefighters. Yet Harmonville Fire Company at Plymouth Meeting has three volunteers who have gone the extra mile. While serving as firefighters, they also volunteer as company chaplains. Fourteen years ago, James F. Behr, a longtime volunteer firefighter, past president and current trustee, […]

ALLIE BROOKS: Leadership, then there’s s

My sisters and brothers, depending on our ages and experiences, we have seen people in various leadership positions in military and civilian life. Some were exemplary, some achieved results ranging from satisfactory to excellent, and others were poorly equipped. Robert Johnson said, “Leadership is the ability to influence people and motivate them to do what […]

Campus Clubs and Organizations – The Got

CPU: A non-denominational Christian organization, their goals are to empower students and encourage participants to broadcast and share positivity. College life can be stressful and tedious, CRU East here to help ease and soothe the minds of students through the Word Community. CRU meetings are held at GSUB 217, Mondays at 4 p.m. Instagram: @njcucru […]

Personality: William F. “Bill” McGee |

William F. “Bill” McGee’s life was closely tied to the struggle for civil rights. While born in Richmond, he spent his youth in Atlanta, attending elementary school alongside Yolanda King and Martin L. King III, the children of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He graduated from the same high school as Dr. King attended – […]

Barbara Sumner Obituary (1933 – 2022) –

Barbara Mahoney SumnerBarbara Mahoney Sumner, 88, beloved wife of 66 years of Kenneth Forsythe Sumner of Milford came into peaceful rest on March 14, 2022. She was born November 18, 1933 in Philadelphia, PA and was the daughter of the late Bertram Wallace and Marion (Griffiths) Mahoney. She earned her BS Ed in Physical Education […]

Mann-Kejriwal meetings with officials, h...

At one point, there was doubt that Mann would be screened as a CM candidate. Bathinda Rural MLA Rupinder Ruby even quit the party and joined Congress saying Mann was not getting his due. Apparently, the decision to make Mann the CM nominee was made long before the “poll” announced by the AAP. “Let the […]

Saudi cybersecurity initiative launched ...

JEDDAH: An initiative to develop the leadership skills of Saudi women cybersecurity experts was launched this week by Hemaya, the information security association, as part of International Women’s Day. The initiative, called Wamda, will involve cybersecurity personalities and experts working on a voluntary basis to transfer their experience to female members of Hemaya to empower […]

The Red Cross is installing free fire al...

American Red Cross Utah staff and volunteers will be in Moab this weekend installing free smoke detectors and providing home fire preparedness information to help prevent devastating home fires. The Red Cross will also be looking for local volunteers to join its disaster response team serving Moab and surrounding communities. Photo courtesy of the American […]

Democrats plan to push the Russia bill f...

US Vice President Kamala Harris is set to begin her trip to Poland and Romania tomorrow as the Biden administration continues to show support for Ukraine and US eastern NATO allies as the he Russian invasion of Ukraine is entering a dangerous new phase. Harris’ trip will take place from Wednesday through March 11 and […]

Ukrainian and Nigerian volunteer fighter...

In addition, about 8,000 Nigerians live in Ukraine, including 5,000 students. Last week, the federal government evacuated Nigerians and gave them $100 for transportation. President Muhammadu Buhari had approved $8.5 million for the immediate evacuation of at least 5,000 Nigerians from Ukraine. The government had not followed many other countries that evacuated their citizens in […]

Chairman and CEO Hawk Carlisle leaves ND...

BREAKING: Chairman and CEO Hawk Carlisle leaves NDIA Carlisle The National Defense Industrial Association announced March 4 that retired Air Force General Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle planned to leave the NDIA after serving nearly five years with the association. “Thanks to the dedication of an incredible and talented staff and the initiative of hardworking and innovative […]

ARTSQUEST ANNOUNCES ELECTED BOARD OFFICE...

BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania— ArtsQuest is pleased to announce new and returning members of the Board of Trustees, ArtsQuest Foundation, ArtsQuest Performing & Visual Arts Councils, and Friends of Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks for 2022. As a non-profit organization , ArtsQuest is run by volunteers who serve in various capacities on boards and committees that support the mission […]

Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian war...

House lawmakers who received a classified briefing Monday night from senior Biden administration officials on the Russian invasion have been told Ukraine has suffered 1,500 civilian and military casualties since the attack began , according to two people during the briefing. It was unclear whether the casualty count referred only to fatalities or also included […]

BW remembers ‘faithful servant, friend a

Longtime Athletics Department volunteer, Track and Field Hall of Fame honoree and volunteer assistant swim coach Dave Tressel died Feb. 11. He was 70 years old. The son of former students and benefactors Lee and Eloise Tressel, for whom Berea’s Tressel Street is named, Tressel earned his undergraduate degree from BW in 1973 and a […]

Ukrainian gay combat volunteers are read...

Desperate to prevent the shadow of Vladimir Putin’s sectarian regime from falling over Ukraine, LGBTQ combat volunteers told The Daily Beast that members of the gay community had rushed to prepare for this invasion of the Ukraine in recent weeks. Now they are ready to retaliate and resist a Russian occupation if Putin’s forces seek […]

AMOREM Welcomes Volunteer Coordinator Me...

Post views: 104 Megan Mills VALDESE, North Carolina (February 23, 2022) – AMOREM, formerly Burke Hospice and Palliative Care and Caldwell Hospice and Palliative Care, is pleased to welcome Megan Parillo, BA, as Volunteer Coordinator for the Burke County Service Area. “Megan is truly a joy, and we are so lucky to have […]

Yerxa and Ellis named Suncoast Credit Un...

History links FORT MYERS, Florida. – The Suncoast Credit Union FGCU Athletics Athletes of the Month for January have been announced with Haley Yerxa (Ottawa, Ontario/Hillcrest) of the women’s golf program and Brian Ellis (Oviedo, FL/Hagerty HS) baseball win honor. A female and a male Eagle are chosen as Scholar-Athlete of the […]

How to Use Extracurricular Activities to...

A topic that comes up repeatedly in my meetings with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows about their professional development is that of extracurricular activities. These students and fellows regularly ask me, “Do I add them to my resume or resume? Do they count? Such questions are excellent starting points for them to think about what […]

Deceased = Abell, Benjamin Kennedy, Jr. ...

Benjamin KENNEDY Abell, Jr., 93 of Leonardtown, MD, passed away peacefully on February 14, 2022 at Georgetown University Hospital with his loving family by his side. Born October 1, 1928 in Sparks, MD, he was the son of the late B. Kennedy and Adelaide Maria (Lynch) Abell. He was the youngest of five children and […]

OPM offers guidance to employees, superv...

Below are OPM’s tip sheets for employees, supervisors, and agency management for working in a hybrid onsite/offsite environment. Employees Planning Be transparent and realistic in your expectations with your supervisor Be sure to clarify with your supervisor the expectations of your position and highlight the strategic alignment between it and the organizational mission Align individual […]

Ric DeVorte Named New Community Foundati...

It took a year, but the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan board finally found its next chair. Richard “Ric” L. DeVore will assume his new role on April 1. “Ric is a proven leader who is the right person at the right time for the Community Foundation,” said James Nicholson, President of the Community Foundation […]

Margaret (?Peg?) McDaniel Byers | Obitu...

Margaret (“Peg”) McDaniel Byers, 101, died peacefully at Willow Valley Communities on February 7, 2022. She was born August 30, 1920 in Philadelphia to Margaret Heilman McDaniel and William Anders McDaniel. After graduating from Olney High School where she held numerous management positions, she began a business program at Temple University School of Commerce. There […]

Elgin Area Chamber Announces New Board L...

The Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced its executive committee leadership and new board members for 2022. The 2022 Chamber Board Chair is Michael Wong, SmithAmundsen, Partner; Yvonne Irving, Vice President, Membership, KCT Credit Union; Keith Rauschenberger, Treasurer, Rauschenberger Financial Advisors; and Yaneth Medina, former president of the Elgin State Bank. New board members […]

Caesarstone’s Yossi Binyamin is a result

By Georgene Brazer, local columnist. Pleasure at work puts perfection in work Aristotle Yossi Binyamin, a true leader, is the General Manager of the Caesarstone Technologies, USA site, located in the Belfast Commerce Park in Richmond Hill. Caesarstone invented and launched quartz countertops in Israel with two manufacturing sites there and a factory in Richmond […]