ARCATA >> During his time as both a head coach and an offensive coordinator in the North Bay, Matt Tomlin became well aware of what Cardinal Newman is all about.Tomlin’s respect for Paul Cronin is about as maxed out as it can get, describing the Cardinals’ longtime head coach and his coaching staff as “the best coaching staff in the entire state of California.”Now for the second straight season, Tomlin’s Crusaders have the chance to bring a section title from the Bay Area back to Eureka. Up a …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 92nd National FFA Convention is the largest event hosted by the National FFA. 32 members of the Miami East-MVCTC and Milton-Union-MVCTC FFA chapters were in attendance at the convention in Indianapolis. Those members included from Miami East-MVCTC FFA were Elizabeth Bair, Ethin Bendickson, Adam Bensman, Makayla Brittain, Sydney Brittain, Carter Gilbert, Luke Gilliland, Savannah Holzen, Katelynn Dill, Keira Kirby, Evan Massie, Jillian Niswonger, Paige Pence, Rylee Puthoff, Emma Sutherly, Samuel Sutherly, Sumsaar Thapa, Alivia Wade, Dustin Winner, and Lauren Wright. From Milton-Union-MVCTC FFA were Emily Hornberger, Malia Johns, Jackson Kimmel, Tyler Kress, Webb Kress, Tyler Leffew, Erica Pratt, Cammy Shook, Carter Tinnerman, Justin Thomas, Kelsie Tomlinson, Darby Welbaum. Also joining the members during the trip was the Arcanum-MVCTC FFA Chapter and its members.Almost 70,000 members, parents, and guests were in attendance at the National FFA Convention. Previous conventions were held in Kansas City, Missouri and Louisville, Kentucky.Convention activities included attending several convention sessions were members where inspired by motivational speakers such as the 2019-20 National FFA Officers and motivational speaker Bob Goff. Attendees enjoyed attending the Old Dominion concert, World’s Toughest Rodeo, Buckeye Bash Dance, and attending the FFA Shopping Mall and Career Show. Additional tours were of Wilhoite Family Grain Farm, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Lincoln College of Technology.The Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter received a Three-Star National Chapter Award, the highest award bestowed to an FFA Chapter. The chapter was selected for this honor based on its activities during the previous school year, in the areas of growing leaders, building communities, and strengthening agriculture.Miami East-MVCTC FFA Member Kylie Blair was named a National Proficiency Finalist in the area of Agricultural Sales-Placement. Her. She was interviewed and recognized on stage with a plaque and cash prize.Milton-Union School graduate Abigail Hissong and Miami East Schools graduates Carly Gump, Dylan Hahn, and Alex Isbrandt received the American FFA Degree. The American FFA Degree is the highest degree awarded by the National FFA Organization and recognizes members’ ability to demonstrate leadership abilities and outstanding achievements in agricultural business, production, processing, and service programs. Recipients received gold American FFA Degree key and a certificate to commemorate the achievement.Thank you to Mrs. Laurie Grube and Mr. Cody Myers for chaperoning the trip. Additional appreciation goes to the administration at Miami East Local Schools, Milton-Union Schools, Arcanum Schools, and the Miami Valley Career Technology Center.Attending from the Milton-Union-MVCTC FFA Chapter were (L to R) Malia Johns, Tyler Leffew, Erica Pratt, Carter Tinnerman, Emily Hornberger, Webb Kress, Kelsie Tomlinson, Cammy Shook, Tyler Kress, Justin Thomas, Darby Welbaum, and Jackson Kimmel.
A bottom fisher is someone who fishes for bottom feeders.A bottom feeder is the lowest end of the low-end of the food chain, a scavenger, one who eats what others higher on the food chain will not.Bottom fishers have a way of finding bottom feeders. The bottom fisher entices bottom feeders with an offer that appeals to them. The offer is super easy to acquire. It doesn’t take any real work or creativity, you just troll along the bottom until you bump into something. Bottom feeders are lazy, and bottom fishers know it.Those at the top end of the food chain wouldn’t touch what a bottom feeder eats. Top-enders are energetic and fast, and they hunt for more valuable offers, something worthy of their time and their effort. They don’t even see what the bottom feeders see, because they’re never trolling along in the dark scrounging for an opportunity. The top-enders never worry about bottom feeders competing with them for an opportunity; the bottom feeders are too slow, too lazy, and aren’t willing to engage in the chase.You know who the bottom fishers are. They spend a lot in your category. They are concerned only with price. They don’t recognize the value that you create, and if they do, they aren’t willing to pay for that value.Are you a bottom feeder? It isn’t hard to get there. You take the bottom fisher’s offer, even though it is foul and provides nothing of real value. Then you do it again. And pretty soon you’re used to it, and without meaning to, you’ve become a bottom feeder. Then, the only people you know are bottom fishers. Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Providenciales, TCI, November 21, 2016 – The Turks and Caicos Islands Elections Department wishes to advise the general public that following on from the stipulated Nomination Day which was held on Friday November 18th, 2016, a total of 52 candidates have been nominated to stand for election.This includes thirty one (31) candidates across the ten (10) Electoral Districts in the Turks and Caicos Islands and an additional twenty one (21) All Island District candidates.Fifteen (15) candidates have each been nominated to stand for election on behalf of the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) and Progressive National Party (PNP); twelve (12) candidates on behalf of the Progressive Democratic Alliance and ten (10) Independent candidates.TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS DEPARTMENTPRESS RELEASE LIST OF NOMINATED CANDIDATES FOR GENERAL ELECTION 2016ELECTORAL DISTRICT 01 GRAND TURK NORTH1. Derek Rolle PDM2. George Lightbourne PNP3. Kwame Odinga Smith PDAELECTORAL DISTRICT 02 GRAND TURK SOUTH AND SALTCAY1. Noel Terrence Skippings PDA2. Edwin Astwood PDM3. Arthur Lightbourn PNP4. Valerie Jennings INDELECTORAL DISTRICT 03 SOUTH CAICOS1. Ruth Blackman PNP2. Keno Shamado Forbes PDM3. Christopher Emanuel Hall PDA4. Mc Allister Eusene Hanchell INDELECTORAL DISTRICT 04 MIDDLE AND NORTH CAICOS1. Mark Anthony Fulford PNP2. Ralph Higgs PDMELECTORAL DISTRICT 05 LEEWARD, PROVIDENCIALES1. Ezra Ringo Tyrone Taylor PDM2. Calsada Carolie Johnson PDA3. Akierra Mary Deanne Missick PNPELECTORAL DISTRICT 06 THE BIGHT, PROVIDENCIALES1. Dozzlie McLom Delancy PDA2. Porsha Stubbs-Smith PNP3. George C.D.Pratt PDMELECTORAL DISTRICT 07 CHESHIRE HALL AND RICHMOND HILL, PROVIDENCIALES1. Amanda Misick PNP2. Douglas Parnell PDM3. Charles Delancy PDAELECTORAL DISTRICT 08 BLUE HILLS, PROVIDENCIALES1. Ciclyn Been PDA2. Mixmillian Goldray EwingPDM3. Claudine Ewing-Pratt PNPELECTORAL DISTRICT 09 FIVE CAYS, PROVIDENCIALES1. Sean Rickard Astwood PDM2. Rachel Marshall Taylor PNP3. Bobbie D. Chambers PDAELECTORAL DISTRICT 10 WHEELAND, PROVIDENCIALES1. Hudson James Parker IND2. Dameko Canez Dean PNP3. Vaden Delroy Williams PDMALL ISLAND DISTRICT1. Sharlene Cartwright RobinsonPDM2. Josephine Olivia Connolly PDM3. Hugh Derek Taylor PDM4. Robert A. Been PDM5. Karen Evadne Malcolm PDM6. Rufus Washington Ewing PNP7. Charles Washington Misick PNP8. Sheba Latrice Wilson PNP9. John Malcolm PNP10. Ricardo Don-Hue Gardiner PNP11. Oswald Skippings PDA12. Herbert Andrew Swann jr. PDA13. Shirley Louise Clarke-CalcanoPDA14. Samuel Iotis Harvey PDA15. Michael Misick IND16. Damian Wilson IND17. Clarence Wesley Selver IND18. Sabrina Elizebeth Green IND19. Oscar O’Brien Forbes IND20. Jasmin Walkin IND21. Courtney Missick INDLister Dudley Lewis Supervisor of Elections Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 1, 2017 – Freeport – With the kickoff of the Junkanoo Carnival held this weekend, many locals, including Disc Jockeys have decided to boycott the 2017 Bahamas Junanoo Carnival. This decision comes as the organizers of the carnival have gone against using local DJs for the event. In a statement, the disc jockeys said “We The Disc Jockeys based on Freeport, Bahamas WILL NOT be supporting Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival 2017 in NO WAY, FORM OR FASHION.The organizers of this event have seen it fit to carry on this event without ONE (1) local Grand Bahama DJ as apart of the line up. Further, it is rumoured that a Sound System was shipped in from elsewhere to fulfill its purpose.We are humbly asking those of you who are Friends, Family and Fans of ours to join us in The BOYCOTT of this event for the Blatant disrespect and non-consideration towards US; (GB DISC JOCKEYS)”.Seek your favorite GB DJ’s Social media for confirmation of this release.#magneticmedianews#localdjsboycottcarnival Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#localdjsboycottcarnival, #locladjsboycottcarnival, #magneticmedianews
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl believes he’s already proven he can go head-to-head with the Premier League’s big guns.Since replacing the fired Mark Hughes in December, Hasenhuttl has won four of his 13 games in charge at Southampton and will be chasing number five at Arsenal on Sunday.The former RB Leipzig coach famously grabbed his first victory for Southampton against Arsenal at St Mary’s and, in the process, ended the Gunners’ 22-match unbeaten run.The Saints also held Chelsea to a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge last month and, therefore, Hasenhuttl sees no reason why he should fear Arsenal or any other top team in the Premier League.“We are focusing on the game against a difficult opponent, a very good opponent that we beat once already this year in a big game with a fantastic performance,” said Hasenhuttl, according to Sky Sports.“I’m not afraid about all the big teams because we showed against Chelsea and Arsenal that we can also play against these teams in good matches and we will need to, that’s for sure.“Every game is difficult but I think in the first game we showed that we can bring this surprising result.”Despite the strong results against the big teams, however, Southampton have fallen back into the relegation zone upon failing to win their last three games.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“To take something in the Emirates Stadium is far away from being easy but we don’t think about that,” said Hassenhuttl.“We know that we can be an opponent in an away game that’s not easy to beat, and that’s the only thing that interests us.“That we can be a strong opponent, that we can take another clean sheet in London, like we did against Chelsea.”The Southampton and Arsenal game will take place at the Emirates Stadium with kick-off set for 3:05 PM (CET).Ready for a big week ahead! 👊 #saintsfc pic.twitter.com/zQ2eALTtlB— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) February 23, 2019