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Microbix Announces Nomination to Board of Directors

MISSISSAUGA, Ont., February 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Microbix Biosystems Inc. (TSX: MBX, OTCQB: MBXBF, Microbix®), a life sciences innovator and exporter, announces that Ms. Jennifer Stewart, an accomplished leader in Canadian business, government and public affairs, has been nominated to serve on its Board of Directors. If appointed by …

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Ukraine: The showdown with Russia gives Biden a new mandate for the NATO leadership

The fate of Ukraine and Russia’s future relationship with the West remain uncertain. Biden said he was convinced that with more than 150,000 troops and massive weapons piled up on Ukraine’s borders, Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to invade, despite the West’s offered negotiations on a new European security architecture …

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Trenton lawmakers are asking council VP to resign over white-collar debacle – Trentonian

TRENTON – With you in the middle. Lawmakers said Council President Kathy McBride and Vice President Marge Caldwell-Wilson are “destroying the city” and should resign from leadership of the legislature. “Their primary objective is to destroy Reed,” said South Ward Councilor George Muschal. “Nothing gets done. People hate them right …

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Yakima Council continues to talk about new climate protection body | Local

Yakima City Council wants to continue talking about the scope and mission of a new Climate Change and Sustainability Committee. The council first advanced an idea in October for a Climate Change and Sustainability Advisory Council that would make recommendations for improving the city’s sustainability efforts and addressing the negative …

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Kingdom to remain distinguished in its security, stability and leadership: Dr. Al Al Sheikh

CAIRO — Minister of Islamic Affairs, Appeal and Guidance, Sheikh Dr. Abdullatif Bin Abdulaziz Al Al-Sheikh paid tribute to the 32nd International Conference of the Supreme Council on Islamic Affairs currently being held here under the auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and described the session as excellent, especially …

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PGA, leadership changes, employee retention are among Frisco City Council’s top priorities for 2022

Frisco City Council members heard news from several city offices on February 10-11. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper) The city tour in Frisco has set important standards to be achieved in 2022. Frisco City Council members presented 10 top priorities for the year on February 11 at the conclusion of their …

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Lady Bulldogs travel to LSU in top 20 fight – 95.5 WSB

#14/17 Georgia Lady Bulldogs (17-5, 6-4 SEC) vs. #13/14 LSU Tigers (19-4, 7-3 SEC) Thursday February 10 | 7:30pm CT/8:30pm ET | Baton Rouge, La. | PMAC (13,215) Watch: SEC Network (Courtney Lyle and Christy Thomskutty) Listen: Georgia Bulldog Sports Network (Jeff Dantzler) 960 AM The Ref, WXKT 103.7 FM …

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PSTA driving buses and variety

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — It may be the drivers driving the bus, but it’s the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority’s commitment to diversity that drives the organization. “We’re really focused on diversity, equity and inclusion and how that impacts our workforce, our workplace and our community,” said Tamika White. White is …

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Report expected at Monday’s Columbia City Council meeting outlines efforts to end homelessness

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) According to its agenda, the Columbia City Council will share a report on homelessness with the public Monday. The report addresses the issue of homelessness in the community by giving citizens a deeper look into the resources that are being made available by the city and state …

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St. Anne Parish, Lancaster Catholic Vietnamese Parish Confederation by Official Decree [photos] | Faith & Values

The Parish of St Anne and the Vietnamese Catholic Parish in Lancaster have merged into one fellowship of believers and will now be known as St Anne and Our Lady of La Vang Parish. The merger was made official in a ceremony on Saturday, January 29 at Lancaster Town Church …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Emmy-winning alumna named co-host on Univision Network

In her new role, Maity Interiano ’07 will host the weekend evening edition of broadcaster Noticiero Univision’s national newscast. Interiano is one of the alumni co-chairs of the $250 million Elon LEADS campaign. Elon alumna Maity Interiano ’07, an Emmy Award-winning journalist and on-air talent at Univision Network in Miami, …

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California Natural Gas Utilities Propose New Calculation Methodology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Biomethane Projects | Downey Brand LLP

On January 26, 2022, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Gas Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southwest Gas Corporation (“Joint Utilities”) filed an advisory letter with the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) with the title Second Addendum: Proposed methodology for estimating greenhouse gas emission reductions for …

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job interview | Andy Powell from the Environment Agency on reducing CO2 through material selection

Leading the way on low-carbon infrastructure is key for the Environment Agency, according to its innovation manager, Andy Powell. “The Environment Agency is an environmental champion and we encourage others to take action on climate adaptation and resilience, particularly around floods. But as infrastructure owners, we also have to set …

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Checking in at the DEI: A look back at the fall semester and what you can look forward to

In June 2020, Miami University President Greg Crawford established a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) task force that compiled a report with 43 recommendations to help create a more welcoming community in Miami. According to the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) Task Force Recommendations Update page, 22 of …

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The board of directors of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association appoints the chair-elect

NorthShore President and Chief Executive Officer – Edward-Elmhurst Health, Gerald “JP” Gallagher, has been named Executive Director-elect of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association. Gallagher is currently leading the creation of a new system through the merger of NorthShore and Edward-Elmhurst Health. In Naperville, Edward Hospital’s affiliated campus is located …

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SPH Dean’s next venture to reduce treatment costs

With an extensive background in public health and epidemiology, School of Public Health Dean Sten Vermund recently joined the Innovation and Public Health Advisory Board at biotechnology company Tevogen Bio, where he will join Ryan Saadi SPH ’95. Sarah Cook 12:20 am, January 26, 2022 staff reporter Yale Daily News …

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Biden addresses the President’s Advisory Council on Science and Technology

President Joe Biden President Biden addressed the Presidential Advisory Council on Science and Technology. Biden was KVML’s “Newsmaker of the Day” on Monday. Here are his words: “As you know, this time when I was running for office, I was talking about PCAST ​​and people were looking at me like, …

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Select Auburn Students Leave the Prairie to Help Selma City Council on MLK Day – The Selma Times‑Journal

Auburn University assisted Selma City Council members in cleaning up the city during the MLK holiday. Nearly 100 Auburn students volunteered their services to help clean up Districts 3, 4, and 7, which are the districts of Councilman Clay Carmichael, Lesia James, and Jannie Thomas, respectively. Carmichael said he appreciates …

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The team captain can make or break a team

What is a team captain? Many team sports have one or more captains on the team. Some even have a leadership council. The team captain is not your star player. The team captain is the athlete the team looks up to. You embody the qualities you believe are important and …

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10 Black Elected Officials Honoring Martin Luther King’s Legacy

Source: KAREN BLEIER/Getty The icon and legendary civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. became a visible spokesman and advocate for voter rights and justice among black and brown Americans during the civil rights movement. The legacy of the civil rights icon is undoubtedly being felt today as America continues …

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Councilor son Joe Carlucci announces candidacy for Jacksonville city council seat

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – Joe Carlucci, a son of Councilor Matt Carlucci, announced Monday that he is running for the Jacksonville City Council seat, which covers District 5. In a press release, Joe Carlucci said his priorities will be on growing the economy, attracting new jobs, and promoting tourism to the …

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Love of work drives the union leader’s career | News, sports, jobs

OBSERVER Photo Doug Stock sits at a table full of honors and awards in his Fredonia home. Commendations, honors, and plaques surrounded Doug Stock as he sat in the kitchen area of ​​his home in Fredonia earlier this week. Although early Tuesday evening his attention was soon drawn to a …

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Hurricanes first female mayor, new councilors sworn in – St George News

HURRICANE –There was poetry, prayer and patriotism in the Hurricane City council chambers on Monday as new mayor Nanette Billings and new councilors David Hirschi and Kevin Thomas took their oath of office. Hurricane Mayor Nanette Billings Hugs New Councilor Dave Hirschi As Councilors Kevin Thomas and Joseph Prete sit …

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New Director: Rebecca Matthews – Announcements

New director: Rebecca Matthews ARoS Aarhus Art Museum Aros Allé 2 8000 arhusDenmark Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10 am-5pm T +45 87 30 66 00 [email protected] ARoS is pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Matthews as Director of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. Rebecca Matthews led Denmark’s …

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What You Should Know – Commercial Observer

For most of 2021, the race for the city’s second most powerful position was a confusing mess that few in the real estate industry would get into without pissing off the eventual winner. Up to eight council members ran for speakers. By Monday, December 13, however, most had dropped out …

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WNN End of the Year Round Table: Georgina Halford-Hall, Siri Nelson and Paul Milata

* Georgina Halford-Hall on the left. * This will be the last full episode of the year !! We look forward to bringing you new stories and interviews in 2022! Until then, everyone stays safe and sound! In this episode, Jane chats with three whistleblower experts to round off the …

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YEAR IN REVIEW: Quincy Companies See Leadership Changes | Public schools in Quincy

QUINCY – One year of transition resulted in leadership changes in key Quincy organizations, with another scheduled for schools in early 2022. Quincy Public Schools superintendent Roy Webb said he intended to retire from the district after signing a long-term contract in 2017. He officially announced it in October and …

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Youth skills, leadership development a priority

Hajji KOTA KINABALU (December 27): Prime Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Hajiji Haji Noor said the state government’s allocation of RM 95.89 million in the budget for next year will focus on various youth development initiatives, including skills, retraining – and training programs. The focus will be on the marketability …

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Taliban welcome the decision of the UN Security Council to exempt high-ranking officials from the travel ban

The Taliban leadership in Afghanistan has welcomed the decision of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to exclude a number of high-ranking Taliban officials from the travel ban. The UN Security Council has decided to exempt high-ranking Taliban leaders from the travel ban for 90 days from December 22, 2021 …

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Council approves climate leadership plan

The city council has approved the Kingston Climate Leadership Plan and will set higher emissions reduction targets for the community. The council on Tuesday unanimously endorsed the plan that sets ten emissions reduction targets in Kingston, with the ultimate goal of being carbon neutral by 2040. At the meeting, Councilor …

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Justice Ambassadors for Diversity, Equality and Inclusion: Indiana University Kokomo

KOKOMO, Ind. – Sometimes it is easier to talk to your peers about difficult topics than it is to a teacher or a person in authority. Indiana University Kokomo’s new Equity Ambassadors are ready to have these conversations with fellow students on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. “From …

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Peng Shuai: Chinese tennis star denies sexual assault allegations against Zhang Gaoli, but WTA concerns persist

“I have never spoken or written about someone sexually abusing me,” Peng told Singapore-based Chinese-language newspaper Lianhe Zaobao on Sunday in its first comments to international media since the explosive allegations became known. When asked if she could move around freely or was concerned about her safety, Peng said she …

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West Kootenay youth join the provincial leadership council – Nelson Star

Two youth from West Kootenay have been appointed to the StrongerBC Young Leaders Council and will provide direct and ongoing feedback to the government on priorities and guidelines that are important to the youth. Aur Hager (18) from Castlegar and Maya Provencal (23) from Rossland were appointed to the 18-member …

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Jed Leano becomes second Filipino Mayor of Claremont – Daily Bulletin

Jed Leano has been named mayor of Claremont, making it the second Filipino mayor in the city’s 114-year history. In a unanimous vote on Tuesday, December 14, Claremont City Council elected Leano and City Council Ed Reece as Mayor’s protest for next year. Both joined the council in November 2018. …

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Future leadership begins with connections

HR leadership columnist Eva Sage-Gavin is a respected HR thought leader and former CHRO with more than three decades of extensive experience in global Fortune 500 consumer, technology and retail companies. She is currently Senior Managing Director for Accenture’s global talent and organizational consultancy and Executive Director for Technology. It …

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Local community leader Susy Díaz qualified to run for Greenacres City Council

VoteSusyDíaz.com Díaz’s campaign focuses on recovering from Covid-19, job growth and listening to all residents I am confident that by working together we can help Greenacres recover from the devastating economic effects of COVID-19. “ – Susy Díaz, candidate for District IV of Greenacres City Council GREENACRES, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, …

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Some minority groups in New Mexico are so small that they feel left out of the process Legislator | Legislative session in New Mexico

Alexandria Taylor does not believe that New Mexico’s myth of tricultural harmony is good for all residents of the state. That’s because New Mexico has more than three cultures, even if those groups make up only a fraction of the state’s roughly 2.1 million people, she said. And sometimes these …

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The Kanye West publicist urged the Georgia election worker to admit the fraud charges

ATLANTA, Dec. 10 (Reuters) – Weeks after the 2020 elections, a Chicago publicist working for hip-hop artist Kanye West traveled to the suburban home of Ruby Freeman, a terrified Georgia election worker who had been subjected to death threats after being mistaken by the former president Donald Trump had been …

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Columbus ‘Reimagining Public Safety Initiative’ isn’t working, says FOP

Citing the shooting of a U.S. deputy marshal the day after the murder of two children and a young man, the Fraternal Order of Police Capital City Lodge 9 on Wednesday criticized the Columbus city leadership for their approach to public safety. Brian A. Steel, vice president of the local …

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The Ahmaud Arbery case underscores the historical role of black pastors

The Ahmaud Arbery case underscores the historical role of black pastors News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion Minutes after three men were found guilty of killing the jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia, Rev. Al Sharpton led a large crowd to prayer outside the Glynn County Courthouse. People …

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Leigh Palmer appointed by GDIT to chair WashingtonExec Defense Council – WashingtonExec

Leigh Palmer, GDIT Leigh Palmer, Senior Vice President, Defense for the GDIT, has been named chairman of the WashingtonExec Defense Council. In her current role, Palmer oversees the delivery of business critical solutions to the Department of Defense. Prior to assuming leadership of the Defense Division, she served as Senior …

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Spokane city leaders argue over positions on the police chief’s leadership team

December 3, 2021 5:28 PM Sent: December 3, 2021 5:28 PM Updated: December 3, 2021 5:36 pm SPOKANE, Washington – The City of Spokane and the city council president have divided over two positions on the chief executive officer. The battle is over as to whether or not their positions …

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Lafayette parish council continues ARPA issues and occupies the library council

Lafayette township council made plans to spend $ 5 million on federal COVID-19 funding on Wednesday and filled a vacancy on the library’s controversial oversight committee. The council approved three items for a total of $ 480,000 and voted for seven additional projects totaling $ 4.5 million for its December …

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Lightfoot threatens to veto any Chicago city council card protecting the accused Ald. Edward Burke

Mayor Lori Lightfoot is ready to veto any new community map that protects her long-standing political nemesis, Ald accuses. Edward Burke (14th), her ally on the city council, has been informed. The mayor’s threat of veto is not surprising, given her longstanding political animus towards Burke, her repeated calls for …

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Sarawak DAP hits back on another PH partner, saying it should focus on its 47 seats, which it will contest, not grabbing seats | Malaysia

DAP state chairman Chong Chieng Jen said the state PKR shouldn’t waste valuable time and energy winning seats. – Borneo Post online picture KUCHING, Nov. 27 – Sarawak DAP today beat back its partner PKR in Pakatan Harapan (PH), saying it should focus on his 47 seats in the state …

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Colorado Springs City Council: Known List of Leaders Vying to Fill Seat Vacated by Skorman | Content for subscribers only

The list of candidates vying for the seat of City Council Richard Skorman in January is long and includes a few well-known community leaders such as Sallie Clark, Terry Martinez and Promise Lee. Skorman was re-elected in April to represent District 3, the city’s southwest sector, but is stepping down …

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Dez Bryant rips apart his fired former Dallas Cowboys coach as “joyless” Jason Garrett

FRISCO – Dez Bryant was once a member of the Leadership Council of then Dallas Cowboys trainer Jason Garrett. ” But not anymore. When the New York Giants kicked offensive coordinator Garrett out of their building on Tuesday and fired him after two years of failure, retired Bryant also kicked …

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The next Atlanta Mayor on the future of the city

The next Atlanta Mayor on the future of the city Axios on FacebookAxios on TwitterAxios on LinkedInAxios by email Photo: Paras Griffin / Getty Images In the last two newsletters we asked mayoral candidates Andre Dickens and Felicia Moore how they can prevent the town of Buckhead and increase affordable …

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The Kingsbridge Heights Community Center hosts the annual Harvest Festival

BY SARAH HUFFMAN KINGSBRIDGE HEIGHTS COMMUNITY center staff hand out candy to children at the centre’s annual Harvest Fest in the Kingsbridge Heights section of the Bronx on October 28, 2021. Photo by Sarah Huffman. The Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) held its annual Thanksgiving Day in the center in …

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We heard the suggestions and read the words. Action must be taken now | comment

If, like me, you read Building regularly, you may know that I’ve written before that the biggest challenge facing our industry is an environmental one. So I welcomed the announcements of COP26 over the past two weeks, but now share Alok Sharma’s disappointment that the commitments did not go further …

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New highly anticipated book promises a new outlook on weight loss and wellbeing

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, Nov. 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Gravitas Press announced the release of Redefining Your Life DIET: Transform How You Look, Feel and Perform by Sheila Robinson, Ed., CEO of Diversity Woman Media .D. The book is available on Amazon at https://amzn.to/3qLDj6T “The transformation in my body happened …

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Roanoke leaders ask the community to be patient after a violent, deadly weekend

ROANOKE, Virginia. – The weekend in Roanoke ended like many others before: with multiple shootings. Three separate shootings killed one man and took two people to the hospital. “Before we can fully heal from one trauma, another trauma has set in,” said activist Bernadette Lark. Just hours before the first …

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Cross Country Healthcare establishes Clinical Quality Council

BOCA RATON, Florida – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Cross Country Healthcare, Inc., a leading provider of counseling and HR solutions, including workforce planning, permanent employment and other counseling services to healthcare customers, today announced the establishment of its Clinical Quality Council. The Clinical Quality Council is represented by the organization’s clinical …

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LyondellBasells Moreaux: ‘Excellence’ is everything at Chocolate Bayou

As the plant manager of LyondellBasell’s Chocolate Bayou Polymers Plant in Alvin, Texas, Lawrence Moreaux wears a lot of hats. His role at the site includes employee safety, environmental stewardship, proactive reporting, mechanical integrity, asset reliability, human resource development, promoting career advancement, and working with the plant’s surrounding community to …

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Frat Ban Lifts for Class 2025

The lift, which took place on Monday, was welcomed by many freshmen as an opportunity to fully integrate into the campus culture. by Manasi Singh | 52 minutes ago The six-week “frat ban” for the class of 2025 was lifted last Monday. The ban is a directive of the Greek …

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Head of Custody and Infection Prevention Servicon President and CEO appointed to the Executive Leadership Council of the American Heart Association Greater Los Angeles

“Having recently had a heart problem myself, I know that most women have different symptoms and challenges than men. I want to help an important and wonderful organization like the American Heart Association support and educate women with heart problems, “said Laurie Sewell, President and CEO of Servicon. CULVER CITY, …

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Johanna Kugler: Advocacy for the whole child, team and community

Johanna Kugler I’m Johanna Kugler: mother, wife, educator, volunteer, community member and hobby farmer. I work at Open Arms Childcare & Preschool and I wear a variety of hats: educator, coach, parenting trainer and back-of-the-house expert, including licensing, public and environmental health regulations, scholarship creation, billing and student / teacher …

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Longtime Stockton educator, mentor dies at 84

Mable “Jimi” Choice, an educator, poet, mentor, and longtime Stockton resident who influenced a number of lives, died suddenly on September 24th. She was 84. Choice was affectionately known by a number of nicknames – Jimi, Ms. Choice, and Nana – she was an educator and counselor for the Stockton …

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Update on the latest sports | Minnesota News

MLB-NL WILD CARD Dodgers win in Taylor’s explosion LOS ANGELES (AP) – Chris Taylor has inducted the Los Angeles Dodgers into the NL Division Series. Taylor slammed a two-out, two-run homer from Alex Reyes in the bottom of the ninth to give the Dodgers a 3-1 triumph over the St. …

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Worthington Industries publishes its Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report 2021

COLUMBUS, Ohio, October 5, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Worthington Industries, Inc. (NYSE: WOR) today announced the release of its Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report 2021, which summarizes the company’s key performance and metrics for fiscal 2021 in several key areas including culture, citizenship, corporate governance, and environmental health and safety. …

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Treehouse wins national award for helping foster children

Treehouse, a nonprofit foster child organization with programs in Spokane, received one of 10 Classy Awards for social innovation. Seattle-based Treehouse supports the additional needs of foster children and runs Graduation Success to increase high school graduation rates and the newer Launch Success program for college students. Treehouse has programs …

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Women In Leadership Luncheon comes in October

EL CAJON – The 19th annual Women In Leadership Luncheon, honoring those who make a difference in their communities across San Diego County, is back in person this year. The annual event, hosted by the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce based in El Cajon, went online last year …

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EarlyAct program at Travis Elementary begins in year 13

Travis Elementary School recently started its 13th year of EarlyAct, a personality development program offered in partnership with the Rotary Club of San Marcos. EarlyAct is a Rotary International-sponsored youth program for elementary school students ages 5-13. According to the Rotary Club of San Marcos, the program conveys and promotes …

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CD 20 debate shows broad agreement on the topics, contradicting experiences

With little disagreement between them on issues such as affordable housing, gun control, and expanding Medicaid to more people, the Congressional District 20 contestants’ debate on Wednesday turned into an experience contest on any subject. Trinity Health Services CEO Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, Repetitions. Bobby DuBose and Omari Hardy, Broward District Representative …

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Rebecca Maurer files complaint against incumbent Anthony Brancatelli over conspiracy with Kevin Kelley’s Council PAC

Rebecca Maurer, Cleveland’s 12th District City Council candidate, has filed a complaint with the Ohio Elections Commission, arguing that the Council Leadership Fund, a political action committee controlled by Council President and candidate mayor Kevin Kelley, does far more than that maximum legally allowed for the incumbent has donated to …

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