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Volunteer spreads holiday cheer as Santa...

By Haley Weisgerber One of the most magical holiday moments for many children is meeting Santa Claus in town, sharing their Christmas lists and taking pictures. Behind these magical moments lie volunteers like Freeman Bagnall, who plays the role of Santa Claus for the tree lighting of Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce […]

Applications open for Arizona’s Most Adm

Applications are open for the 2022 Arizona’s Most Admired Companies Awards (MAC). The rewards program is designed to recognize the contributions and impact that all Arizona employers make to our great state. It is Arizona’s most comprehensive and prestigious rewards program. READ ALSO: Celebrating crowd pays homage to 2021’s most admired companies Arizona’s Most Admired […]

Volunteer firefighters share impact of b...

Disclaimer: This article deals with the subject of mental health and mentions suicide. This can be triggering for some. If you or someone you love needs support, Lifeline (13 11 14) is available 24/7, free of charge. As Australia braces for another bushfire season, new search from Edith Cowan University revealed how reeling our volunteer […]

PRSA-NY Elects Chapter 2022 Leadership w...

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The New York Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA-NY) today announced its 2022 President, Executive Committee and Board of Directors. The Chapter elected Aaron Kwittken, Founder and CEO of PROphet, 2021 President. Carmella Glover, Diversity Action Alliance (DAA) President and Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) at […]

Could Federal Chatham School District Re...

Lori Lambert with students from Klukwan School in 2019 (Claire Stremple for KHNS) The Chatham School District received more than $ 700,000 in federal COVID relief funding this year. It was then that the district debated whether to close the Klukwan school due to the low enrollment rate and the loss of state funding. But […]

Saghdejian family donation expands reach...

Father and daughter Apo Saghdejian (center) and Nayiri Saghdejian with ANCA President Raffi Hamparian. The Saghdejian family generously donated over $ 250,000 to ensure the success of the ANCA Capital Gateway program named in memory of their son and brother, Hovig Apo Saghdejian. WASHINGTON DC – The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) Hovig Apo […]

For All Seasons Welcomes Six New Board M...

EASTON – For All Seasons welcomed six new members to its Board of Directors: Kamari A. Collins of Easton; Aimee Dietsch, DHSc, of Easton; Gary Goldstein, MD, of St. Michaels; Leonard Wolf, CPA, RIA, of Easton; Michael T. Flaherty, Ph.D., of Tilghman; and Elizabeth Spurry, CFP, CTFA, de Trappe. “These new board members bring a […]

The Recorder – “We’re Not Alone”: Commun

Posted: 11/25/2021 16:19:28 PM Modified: 11/25/2021 16:19:12 GREENFIELD – Churches in the area nurtured locals, grateful and in the company of others with Thanksgiving dinner services on Thursday. For the holidays, the Stone Soup Cafe at All Souls Church distributed approximately 500 meals via curbside pickup and delivery to individuals in Greenfield and surrounding communities. […]

Tennessee Vols senior defensive back Alo...

Reese’s Senior Bowl is played annually in Mobile, Alabama, where various seniors from across the country come to show off their skills ahead of the NFL Draft. With several Tennessee seniors eligible to participate in the 2022 Senior Bowl, Volunteer Country will be keeping a close eye on what Vols will travel to Mobile in […]

Volunteers Prepare for Longview Thanksgi...

Volunteers and food packages filled the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center on Monday as teams prepared, stacked and sorted ahead of today’s Longview Thanksgiving food distribution. Charlotte Davis, chair of the annual campaign, said volunteers were preparing food boxes for about 900 families for the 37th annual event. “We fill 1,000 boxes,” Davis said […]

The start of the last Crossrail tests in...

Hopes that Crossrail will open in central London in early 2022 – this time on schedule – were heightened as the struggling £ 19bn program entered its final testing phase this weekend. The start of months of test operations, which will involve thousands of volunteer passengers to test the operation of the system, including in […]

Pro Cuomo, not pro bono

On Monday, the Joint State Commission on Public Ethics shocked the world and actually did something. Unfortunately, what he did was undo something his staff had done over a year ago, and which the Commissioners had failed to undo many times before despite growing evidence that it had either been played for a bunch of […]

Gary Smith appointed Executive Vice Pres...

ST. JOHN’S, Newfoundland and Labrador, November 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – David Hutchens, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fortis Inc. (“Fortis” or the “Company”) (TSX / NYSE: FTS) a today appointed Gary Smith as Executive Vice President, Operations and Innovation effective January 1, 2022. Smith is currently Executive Vice President, Eastern Canada and Caribbean Operations. […]

Volunteer Award Winners Announced | Mir...

Stonnington Volunteer Recognition On Tuesday November 16th, we were pleased to announce the winners of our first annual Town of Stonnington Volunteer Award. These awards celebrate individuals and community groups whose commitment to volunteerism makes a difference to our local community, a positive impact on the lives of others and makes our city a better […]

Watch: Quartet of Vols speaks to media o...

Running back Jabari Small, defensive tackle Omari Thomas, advantage Byron Young and tight end Princeton Fant spoke to the media during Tuesday’s availability. All four spoke about Heupel’s coaching style over the season, their personal growth as players, what South Alabama brings and more. The first was Jabari Small, whose availability is below. Small discussed […]

ACT members volunteer at the Arkansas Yo...

Hannah chambers Hannah Chambers, ACT member and AECT graduate student, operates a live broadcast camera for Walton Webcasting at the Arkansas Youth Expo. Members of the Farm Communicators of Tomorrow chapter recently volunteered at the Arkansas Youth Expo Breeding Show in Fayetteville. ACT is a national organization focused on providing opportunities to agricultural communication students. […]

Dawson Named Outstanding Administrator: ...

WAUPUN – Wendi Dawson, Director of Student Services for the Waupun Area School District, received the Administrator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Council of Special Services Administrators. It is the highest honor of the group. As part of the appointment process, she received letters of support from her principal, colleagues and a teacher […]

Friends of the Earth Investigates Microp...

Friends of the Earth Wyoming County East High School recognize their volunteers for participating in surveys of microplastics in area streams with a $ 400 mini grant to Volunteer West Virginia. Microplastics surveys were conducted in Amigo, Allen Junction, Corinne, Mullens, New Richmond, Pineville, Mullensville, Kepler, Glover and Wyoming. The volunteers collected data for the […]

It’s Your Business news – recently hired

Retirement and hiring Stormont Vail Health announced Timothy A. Shultz will join the regional healthcare organization as Deputy Advocate General, Risks and Safety. He will take up his new role in December 2021. Shultz is a lawyer with over 28 years of experience in business, banking, insurance, healthcare, long-term care and retirement homes, company law […]

Former Waterville City Manager Roy to Re...

Former Waterville City Manager Michael Roy, presented at City Hall in 2019, will receive the Distinguished Community Service Award from the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. The chamber will hold its annual awards ceremony on Thursday. Michael G. Seamans / Morning Sentinel File WATERVILLE – Michael Roy, who served as municipal manager of Waterville for 16 […]

Girl Scouts, Aerojet Rocketdyne Foundati...

Together, organizations will engage and prepare Girl Scout councils and troops across the country to participate in the American Rocketry Challenge and model rockets to enhance exploration of STEM careers. Posted: October 27, 2021 at 12:14 p.m. MDT|Update: 20 minutes ago NEW YORK, October 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Girl Scouts United States (GSUSA) […]

Poplarville bedroom banquet – Picayune o

The Poplarville Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet on October 19 to recognize outstanding members of the Poplarville community. Citizen of the Year was awarded to Dr. Carolyn Tedford. Tedford went from a GED to a Masters in Education and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Research from William Carey University. She […]

RP Funding receives Readers’ Choice awar

PEOPLE AND CHANGES RP Funding receives Readers’ Choice award PR Funding Center received a 2021 Readers’ Choice award from ConventionSouth, the national multimedia resource for event planning in the South. The RP Funding Center is one of 415 convention and visitor reception offices, meeting rooms and hotels in the South to receive this year’s Readers’ […]

LETTER: Thanks for helping Kiwanis | Le...

Hutchinson Kiwanis’ business and membership year ended on September 30. We would like to take this opportunity to share some information about Kiwanis; what is our mission, what we have accomplished in the past year and what goals and challenges we have for the coming year. We are a service organization affiliated with Kiwanis International. […]

Colorado Springs Police Announce Upcomin...

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (KRDO) – The Colorado Springs Police Department’s K9 Calendar 2022 is almost here! According to the CSPD, the calendars are in the final printing stage and will be available soon, with 100% of the proceeds going to the department’s cadet program. Throughout the year, CSPD cadets attend leadership conferences and volunteer at […]

Walter Carstens obituary (2021) – Sioux

Walter ‘Keith’ Carstens Holstein, Iowa Walter “Keith” Carstens, 85, of Holstein, died on Tuesday August 24, 2021 at the Good Samaritan Society of Holstein. The service will be held at 10:30 am on Friday at Holstein United Methodist Church with Reverend Doresa K. Collogan as officiant. Interment will take place in the Holstein cemetery in […]

Lead Local helps current future leaders ...

There are several elected, appointed and volunteer leadership positions in North Dakota. Everything from school boards to township officers, church boards, advisory boards, product group boards, cooperative boards and more. Have you thought about running or volunteering for one of these positions, but you don’t know where to start? Or have you ended up falling […]

How helicopters played a crucial role in...

Through Jen Boyer | 12 October 2021 Estimated reading time 9 minutes, 18 seconds. Shortly before 8:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Haiti’s Tiburon Peninsula, about 150 kilometers west of the densely populated Haitian capital of Port -au-Prince. Twice as powerful as the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that […]

Business News – Newly Hired, Retired, Pr

Retirement and hiring AARP recently announced that Glenda DuBoise was chosen to serve as the new Kansas State Director. She will oversee the operations of the Kansas office, which includes a team of four full-time employees and an eight-person volunteer advisory executive board. They work on behalf of Kansans aged 50 and over, including nearly […]

Community Friendship Volunteer Program t...

OGDENSBOURG – The New York State Office of the Aging is providing $ 25,000 to start a new program in St. Lawrence County called the Community Friendship Volunteer Program, which will allow volunteers to help seniors with various daily tasks. The program, Community Friendship Volunteer Program (CFVP), helps build age-friendly communities by ensuring that older […]

Reunion at Rogers High School this week

JBU James Park, a junior nursing student at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Korean American Scholarship Foundation scholarship. Park was one of 20 students from the Southwest region to receive the scholarship. KASF is a non-profit organization established to help meet the financial needs of […]

Nature Conservancy of Canada Welcomes Ne...

TORONTO, Oct. 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Leading non-profit conservation organization, The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), today announced the appointment of Mike Pedersen as Chairman of its Board of administration. Pedersen first joined CNC as a volunteer in 2017. For the past two years, he has served as Vice President. He succeeds Elana Rosenfeld, […]

Mtn. Now see part of the new name of th...

Citing increased and continued involvement with the neighboring town of Mountain View, leaders of the Los Altos Community Foundation recently announced a name change to Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation. “We feel comfortable calling the organization Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation because it represents our work,” said foundation executive director Adin Miller. The […]

THE INTERNATIONAL OCEANIC GLOBAL ASSOCIA...

New York, NY, Oct 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – NEW YORK, NY – On Thursday, October 5, the international non-profit organization Oceanic Global launched the Blue Standard (Blue), a one-of-a-kind crossbreed -industrial standard that allows industries and businesses of all sizes to have a measurable impact that protects our blue planet. Emissions, toxins and plastics […]

Nominations for the Trail Volunteer of t...

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – The City of Fort Wayne is now accepting nominations for the 2021 Trail Volunteer of the Year awards. This award recognizes one or more individuals who have demonstrated strong leadership while making exemplary and meaningful contributions as a volunteer in the planning, construction, maintenance, promotion and / or fundraising for […]

News from the entire cantonal region

Haven of Rest Women’s Auxiliary presents a style show AKRON – The annual Haven of Rest Women’s Auxiliary Style Show takes place on Tuesday, featuring quality apparel from the Haven of Rest Donation Center. Staff, volunteers and surprise guests will playfully model examples of clothing on the “track”. The bargains that support the Mission start […]

Wilmington activists join nationwide pro...

Hundreds of people gathered on Saturday at the corner of Princess and 3rd Street in downtown Wilmington, joining a nationwide protest in support of women’s reproductive rights and access to abortion. Sporting placards with illustrations of female reproductive organs and wearing pink cat ears, the crowd cheered as speakers addressed reproductive issues such as abortion […]

Beacon Awards presented by the Nonprofit...

The Nonprofit Management Center presented the annual Beacon Awards, which honor nonprofit organizations, their staff, programs and community partners. The event took place Thursday at the Odessa Marriott and Conference Center. Excellence in governing board leadership (board member)Nicole Lancto, Midland Festival Ballet??Excellence in organizational leadership (CEO or Executive Director)Kristi Edwards, Child and Family Centers??Program excellenceRays […]

Parker Wilson of Sparked Consulting

Age: 37 Place of birth: Lexington Employer: Council triggered Profession: Founder and Chief Strategist Family: Husband, Thomas; daughter, Hatton, 4; son, TJ and Raynor, both 18 months old; and the golden retriever Jasper Education: Bachelor of Arts from Baylor University and Master of Business Administration from UNC Kenan-Flagler What community and professional groups are you […]

Fort Bend Junior Service League accepts ...

(Left to right, top to bottom) 2020-2021 scholarship recipients: Huda Zia, Landrie Goss, Sadaka Arastu, Shani Chiang, Gissel Gonzalez, Daisy Svatek. The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for its annual scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. Each year, the FBJSL awards at least four […]

VMware: Building Gender Diversity in Org...

New research shows that nearly 70% of US-based tech companies identified a lack of diversity in their workforce, which leads young tech workers to believe that their corporate culture is neither inclusive nor tolerant. According to members of Avant-garde Tanzu OneMagnify community. OneMagnify is a full-service, multidisciplinary marketing and communications company and a VMware Tanzu […]

How SAP approaches women’s leadership

The women at the helm of SAP SuccessFactors share their stories and describe how COVID has sparked the conversation about employee stress and flexible working. The exodus of women from the labor market during the pandemic has been a great challenge for employers. But it also creates opportunities for some companies, like SAP SuccessFactors, to […]

Ravinia – Director of Brand, Marketing a

Ravinia®, North America’s oldest and most diverse music festival, features over 140 different events throughout the summer. These concerts range from Yo-Yo Ma and John Legend to the annual summer residence of the country’s best orchestra, The Chicago Symphony. Ravinia’s Reach Teach Play programs serve more than 75,000 adults and children across Chicagoland and are […]

Connect with a sustainability organizati...

HOLLAND – We all know that individual choices can make a difference. But efforts at community level, especially in the area of ​​sustainable development, have the power to multiply our collective investments of time and energy to have a real and lasting impact. The Netherlands is home to many organizations that strive to achieve positive […]

TCSS hires new Deputy Superintendent – V

At the Troup County School System Board meeting on Thursday, the board endorsed Deana Brown, who has served as Director of Elementary Education for the past two years, as the new Deputy Superintendent of Programs studies, teaching and professional learning. “Deana faced eight very strong candidates in interviews on Wednesday, September 8, 2021,” Shumate said. […]

The Recorder – Business files: September

Greenfield Cooperative Bank offering the fall festival SOUTH HADLEY – Greenfield Cooperative Bank will be hosting a Fall Festival at its South Hadley branch, located at 487 Newton St., on Saturday, October 16, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. “We’ve been looking forward to hosting a celebration like this since we opened last January,” said […]

Clem and Doris Huber join the 4-H Hall o...

The Illinois 4-H Foundation awarded 71 individuals, all long-time volunteers or former staff, the Foundation Hall of Fame Award, for their selfless dedication to the 4-H Extension youth development program of the ‘University of Illinois, in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, August 17. Locally, Clem and Doris Huber were inducted into the 4-H Hall of […]

Lourdes Perez, honored Ceres school coun...

Lourdes Perez, a member of the Ceres School Board, was among four recipients recently recognized as the 2021 Central Valley Latino Leadership Award winners in Modesto. Congressman Josh Harder D-Turlock presented a certificate of recognition to Perez on Wednesday, September 8 at Graceada Park. “I was completely surprised,” Perez said. “I didn’t know I was […]

Crime report | Robesonian

September 20, 2021 LUMBERTON – Robeson County Commissioners on Monday approved a plan to move forward with efforts to provide broadband service throughout the county. At Monday’s meeting, commissioners approved the Robeson County Digital Inclusion Plan, which includes projects and strategies to bring broadband to Robeson County. The plan will be used to apply for […]

Transform what was old into new

March 29, 2021 Surry County will officially celebrate its 250th anniversary on Thursday, the anniversary of the Legislative Act and Royal Decree that created the county from the vast Rowan County. North Carolina was still a British colony at the time, but the unrest that would break that tie was already in full swing. People […]

Utah’s Oldest Synagogue, Still Operation

Adam Rubin, Special to Standard Examiner Community members gather around the Brith Sholem congregation synagogue in Ogden on Thursday, September 9, 2021, on a walking tour celebrating the congregation’s 100th anniversary. OGDEN – Community members and worshipers celebrated the 100th anniversary of Congregation Brith Sholem, Utah’s oldest continuously operational synagogue last week, during Rosh Hashanah, […]

OF INTEREST IN VOLUNTEER FIRE SERVICES

OF INTEREST IN VOLUNTEER FIRE SERVICES MORRISTOWN VOLUNTARY FIRE FIGHTERS HAVE AN EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATION Description of the devices and equipment of the six companies Type of property to be protected and assistance provided by Water Co. Whatever can be said about the comparative merits of paid service and volunteer service, there is a voluntary organization […]

RISE members meet in person and virtuall...

AVENTURA, Fla .– RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) and CropLife America held a joint annual meeting in Aventura, Fla., September 12-15, 2021. Nearly 500 attendees representing companies that provide phytosanitary and phytosanitary solutions for the specialty pesticide and agricultural markets attended the meeting virtually and in person. Participants gathered for three days to […]

Liqid Expands Leadership in Finance, Fed...

BROOMFIELD, Colorado, September 16, 2021 – Liquid, provider of the world’s most comprehensive composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) platform, today announced that the company has significantly expanded its leadership in finance, federal channel sales, management products, etc. The expanding corporate leadership team includes finance veteran Steve Tucker, who brings more than 30 years of experience to […]

THE COVER – Fire Engineering

THE COVER “Go west, young man!” “ FOLLOWING the highest thinking trend in our minds recently, here is a shining example of how to do it. The City of Minneapolis Fire Department is taking over the rescue work and insurance interests are disbanding the fire patrol, according to a news clipping that recently reached my […]

California State Schools Head to Visit C...

Tony Thurmond, California State Superintendent of Public Education, will join El Dorado County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Ed Manansala, at Calder Fire on Wednesday. They will be there to get a first-hand perspective of the fire’s impact on area schools and to offer support to displaced residents, as provided by the California Department of Education’s […]

Valor Christian is well below the standa...

If one defines excellence by trophies, banners and individual accolades, Valor Christian High School is almost unrivaled in the state of Colorado. The private religious school located in Highlands Ranch has won over three dozen CHSAA state titles since it opened 14 years ago. Among her many accomplished alumni: NFL All-Pro Christian McCaffrey, international women’s […]

The Association recognizes the recipient...

During the AVMA 2021 virtual convention, from July 29 to August. 1, a number of people have received AVMA Excellence Awards for their contributions in the areas of human-animal bond, animal welfare, government advocacy, international veterinary medicine, and public service. Here are some key achievements of the winners. Bustad Animal Veterinarian of the Year Award […]

Educating Poway on the Dangers of Smokin...

Her dream career was to become a nurse practitioner, but when Pierra Moise took an introductory public health course during her undergraduate studies, she discovered a new love: public health. “Public health is prevention, self-care, mental health and improving the quality of life,” she says. “I am very passionate about networking with people to find […]

Student Ambassadors Show the Value of Vo...

He honed his entrepreneurial skills during his tenure as Ambassador, trying new avenues to spark more business engagement with Murdoch students. “I had the most success participating in hackathons with a diverse team of students, leading a team of three different engineering majors in a hackathon called ‘Team Murdoch’, where we won the first prize, […]

Nancy Bourque named Beverly Senior of th...

BEVERLY – Just a few words others use to describe Nancy Bourque of Beverly is selfless, caring, compassionate, reliable, enthusiastic and always ready to help. That’s why, in addition to her pleasant nature and positive energy, Bourque was named Beverly’s Senior of the Year for 2021. Her many contributions to the community were celebrated on […]

Alumni train local leaders through the M...

Participants in the Multicultural Leadership Program (MCLP) celebrated their graduation in 2018. Over the past two years, the MCLP graduation has taken place virtually. August 6, 2021 BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Training leaders who “mobilize power from diverse perspectives” is at the heart of the mission of the Multicultural Leadership Institute, now run by two Illinois […]

Nursing students take over medical outre...

Victoria Farrell was in her final semester of the School of Nursing’s Fast Track Baccalaureate in 2018 when she traveled to Knoxville, Tennessee to be part of UB’s Global Immersion Experience in partnership with the Remote Area Medical (RAM) non-profit organization. For two days, Farrell was one of six students providing free medical, vision, dental […]

Medford Invitational Tournament Closes D...

Ron Giovino remembers a special moment around 2007 when he was planning the Medford Invitational Tournament’s [MIT] Challenger Day event. It was one of the first days of MIT, which began as a competitive baseball tournament for the Medford Little Leaguers and those in surrounding communities, including Saugus and Melrose. After 10 years, the tournament […]

New volunteer opportunities – Australasi

Our association owes much of its success to the excellent work done by over 100 volunteers at one time, who sit on various ACA committees, whether branch, technical or leadership committees. and governance. Joining one of these committees is a fantastic way to bond deeply and implement positive change within our Association. We are currently […]

Delta County Cancer Alliance leader Cher...

ESCANABA – Cheri Severinsen, who served as president of the Delta County Cancer Alliance for almost 28 years. announced his retirement in June. Long-term board members described Severinsen as tireless. Across the community, when someone spoke about the Cancer Alliance, the comment always led to, “Well let’s call Cheri, she’ll know,” said board members. Severinsen’s […]

Susan Mogerman, lawyer for the Abraham L...

Susan Mogerman, a Chicago native and longtime Springfield resident, described as a major force behind the establishment of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, is remembered as a tireless Springfield advocate. Mogerman, 76, died Wednesday in Springfield from Alzheimer’s disease and had suffered from dementia for more than a decade, her family said. “She […]

Beautiful Downtown Lewiston to Hire New ...

Beautiful downtown Lewiston The Beautiful Downtown Lewiston Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Brenda Morgan has accepted the role of Managing Director effective August 16, 2021. “I’ve been with the Beautiful Downtown Lewiston Organization for eight years now. I started as a volunteer for Pumpkin Palooza and more recently was chairman of the […]

Kayla Togneri nominated for NCAA Woman o...

History links Togneri ST. PAUL, Minn. – Macalester College student-athlete Kayla Togneri (Ventura, Calif. / Ventura) was nominated for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Togneri, a member of the women’s basketball and women’s soccer teams in Macalester, is one of 535 women from all three divisions to be nominated for this prestigious […]

7 tips for business majors

Your professional career may seem like miles away when you start college as a freshman, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about your career plans. Do not worry; you don’t need to figure everything out right away, but you can start developing skills and making connections. Here are seven career preparation tips for […]

Coordinator of the Ministry of the Famil...

The Family Ministry Coordinator is responsible for the strategic development and implementation of a dynamic and active ministry for children, youth and their parents. This position will work directly with the rector, Family Ministry Committee already established, and lay volunteers to create, manage and coordinate all formation programs, outreach and fellowship activities for youth and […]

Sara Walsh Joins Growing Field in 4th Co...

State Representative Sara Walsh announced Wednesday that she is running for the Republican nomination in Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District. (Photo by Rudi Keller / Missouri Independent) An overcrowded Republican primary is emerging in Missouri’s 4th Congressional District, a solidly formed GOP seat that is also the only one of the state’s eight districts to have […]

Student Police Volunteer Corps Ensures B...

Some blood Kochi: The Student Police Volunteer Corps (SVC) in Ernakulam Rural District is successfully implementing the Jeevadhara blood donation program which was initiated to ensure blood availability during the pandemic. More than 150 student volunteers have donated blood in the district over the past two months as part of the program. The rapid coordination […]

Amarillo Girl Scout wins Gold Award

Amarillo-area Girl Scout Stacie Smith wasn’t going to give up her dream and vision for her scouting project, no matter what the odds. Thus, recently, Smith was announced as one of the prestigious recipients of a “Gold Award” from the organization Girl Scouts of America because of her tenacity in carrying out her project. Whether […]