Saint Mary’s Junior Mom’s Weekend is aimed to bring mothers and daughters together for a weekend of fun, junior class president Meghan Helmle said. “It’s definitely just a time to relax,” Helmle said.Mothers will visit campus today, Saturday and Sunday to spend quality time with their daughters.“Its also good to bond with our moms,” junior class treasurer Katie Brown said. Though the weekend was originally intended for just mothers and daughters, the Junior Class Board decided to open the event to all female relatives, but Brown said most of the relatives that will visit are mothers. More than 250 mothers and relatives are expected to attend, she said.“Our theme for the weekend is that daughters and mothers are friends,” Helmle said. “We’re definitely pushing and encouraging moms and daughters to form a friendship and making it a lasting relationship.”The moms are scheduled to arrive on campus and register between 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. today. Registration will be held in the Gillespie Conference Center at the Hilton Garden Inn, where wine and cheese will be served from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.In addition to the wine and cheese, a silent auction will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until 7:45 p.m., when the winners will be announced. “We are doing a silent auction, and we had over 45 people donate baskets,” Helmle said.Events will continue Saturday, beginning with a Mary Kay Skin Care party in the Student Center Lounge from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A jewelry sale will also be held during the weekend with a special piece of jewelry designed just for Junior Mom’s Weekend. The sale will be held in the Student Center Atrium from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.Brown said many of the events will be held on campus to show off the College.“We wanted to keep it on campus, or as close to campus as possible, so the events, our two big events, are held at the Hilton,” Helmle said. “We really wanted to showcase our campus and show how nice our school really is.”Students and moms will have the chance to participate in a tie-dye event from 10 a.m. to noon in Conference Room C in the Student Center and a scavenger hunt, which takes place around campus. Wine glass decorating will also be available from noon to 2 p.m. in Earley Conference Room E in the Student Center.Moms and daughters can also participate in the game, “How Well Do You Know Your Belle.” Afternoon tea will be held in Haggar Parlor. The day will end with a showing of “A League of Their Own” with pizza and pop in Vander Vennet at 8 p.m.On Sunday, mothers and daughters will eat brunch together from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., and Saint Mary’s President Carol Ann Mooney speak at 10:15 a.m. Brunch will be held in the Ballroom at the Gillespie Conference Center at the Hilton Garden Inn.The weekend will conclude with Mass at the Church of Loretto at 11:15 a.m.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Two men have been arrested for firing a handgun in their hometown of Hempstead early Tuesday morning, Nassau County police said.Officers responded to a report of shots fired on Cornwell Avenue, where they found four 9 mm shell casings shortly after 4 a.m., authorities said. Witnesses gave police a description and location of the suspects. There were no reported injuries.Antonio Bennett, 23, and Daniel Desbas, 25, were apprehended shortly later. Bennett was found to be in possession of a loaded 9mm handgun, police said.Bennett and Desbas were each charged with criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.Desbas was also charged with criminal use of a firearm and Bennett was additionally charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance.Both men will be arraigned Wednesday at First District Court in Hempstead.
The kitchen at 96 Macquarie Way, Drewvale.On the second level, accessed via the media room, there is a bedroom or office space with a private balcony. Downstairs, on the ground floor there is a bathroom, laundry, games room, workshop and two more bedrooms. Outside, there is an in-ground saltwater swimming pool, paved poolside patio, triple lockup garage, and landscaped gardens and lawns. The home at 96 Macquarie Way, Drewvale.THIS two-storey family home is on an elevated 844sq m block with a private bushland setting. Troy Harding and his partner bought 96 Macquarie Way, Drewvale four years ago for their blended family, which included four children at home. “The home was perfect for us with multiple levels, the pool out the back and the great outlook,” Mr Harding said. “The kids’ bedrooms are one level and our bedroom is on another level so we’ve all got our own areas when we need them.” The home at 96 Macquarie Way, Drewvale.The home has a media room, living area, three bedrooms and a family bathroom at the front of the split-level first floor. A short set of stairs leads down to the master bedrooms, with walk-in robe and ensuite, and the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Stacker sliding doors in the dining room and master bedroom open to the balcony.The kitchen has an island breakfast bar, hideaway appliance centre and granite benchtops. The dining area at 96 Macquarie Way, DrewvaleMr Harding said the back deck and downstairs patio were great for entertaining and family barbecues and the pool was a hit with the kids. “We’re higher up so we also get beautiful views,” he said. “You can see the sunsets and thunderstorms roll in and there is a great bush outlook from the back deck.”The property is being marketed by Jason Gegg of LJ Hooker Clayfield and it will be auctioned on September 2 at 4.30pm.
It also raised concerns that many of those deemed to have sufficient experience could be excluded by virtue of being elected members, who would not be allowed as scheme member or employer representatives.“Whether through guidance or the regulations,” the response continued, “we would like to see the definition of experience and capacity worded in such a way so as to strike the balance between ensuring people of suitable ability are appointed without setting so onerous a threshold such that administering authorities are unable to populate their boards.”However, a second response warned that time was of the essence in clarifying all required details, as the proposed LGPS (Amendment) Regulations 2014 are set to come into effect from 1 October.Lauren Jackson, associate at law firm Sackers, said clarity from the DCLG would be required soon.She said that while the draft regulations said pension funds would be able to convert the existing pensions committees into the new boards, all such conversions would require approval from the secretary of state for communities, Eric Pickles.“We do not currently know what this is going to mean in practice, and also how easy it will be to get agreement,” Jackson said.“It may be that this issue will be addressed in more detailed guidance, but, until it is, it will be difficult for administering authorities to make decisions.“Given the potential challenges of getting arrangements in place before 1 April 2015, time is running out.” Regulation proposing UK local authority pension board members possess the requisite experience for the role could prove problematic, Hymans Robertson has warned.The consultancy said proposals for new board members of local government pension schemes (LGPS) to have the “capacity and expertise” for the role was proving “unpopular in some quarters”.While arguing that it would view both requirements as welcome when considering appointments, it raised concerns about the lack of definition as to what would make an appointee experienced.“Clearly, some experience of pension schemes would be useful for a pension board member, but if the expectation is set too high, it will make it impossible to fulfil,” the response to the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) said.
We wrote about what came next, and what it meant in the context of his career, but you can also watch what happened below.Yasiel Puig with perhaps the moment of the season so far.pic.twitter.com/87hg6CZVq6— Sporting News MLB (@SN Studio_mlb) April 16, 20191. Christian Yelich hits three home runsYelich took his ownership of the Cardinals to new heights, almost single-handedly defeating St. Louis with his three home run, seven-RBI onslaught.It’s clear last season was not a fluke. It’s also clear the Cardinals should pitch around him for the rest of this series.THREE HOME RUNS FOR YELICH.pic.twitter.com/hAwlfqmew3— Sporting News MLB (@SN Studio_mlb) April 16, 2019 Hours before the contest, Yelich helped a young fan puppy receive a new puppy. He had good karma coming his way.While Yelich’s outburst was certainly the highlight of the night, there were many notable moments in an action-packed set of games.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNLet’s rank the best things we saw on Monday, April 15.5. Clayton Kershaw is back — and looking goodThe Dodgers’ ace made his first start of the season, and after allowing a first-inning home run settled in to go seven innings with six strikeouts. That was a welcome sight for Los Angeles, which has had plenty of offense to start the season but could use its top arm delivering quality starts on a regular basis.Kershaw’s fastball topped out at a tick over 91 mph, and he stayed around 90 mph for most of his outing. The velocity will be something to watch as he settles into the campaign. He was also removed after 84 pitches, presumably to avoid overworking him in his regular-season debut.4. MLB fielders have a rough night …There were two atrocious throws Monday, and each of them led to runs.The first came in St. Louis, when Tyler O’Neill split the difference between third base and home.OH NO.pic.twitter.com/MilJF5gsqH— Sporting News MLB (@SN Studio_mlb) April 16, 2019Later, Cesar Hernandez had some trouble handling the ball as the Mets scored the go-ahead run in extra innings.Add this throw to the collection.pic.twitter.com/tQK1mSTht1— Sporting News MLB (@SN Studio_mlb) April 16, 20193. … except for Willians AstudilloEveryone’s favorite Twins player — who is built like a bowling ball but agile like a fox — made a ranging play at third base against the Blue Jays.With Bartolo Colon out of the league, we may have a new Big Sexy.Willians Astudillo is our favorite.Most graceful infielder in the game.pic.twitter.com/HgCvy3juv6— Sporting News MLB (@SN Studio_mlb) April 16, 20192. Yasiel Puig launches first-inning home run against DodgersIn the most dramatic moment of the night, Puig lifted his helmet to the crowd to acknowledge an ovation before his first at-bat. It was, after all, his first appearance in Los Angeles since being traded to the Reds. At this point, the Cardinals have no business pitching to Christian Yelich, the reigning MVP who looks even better to start the 2019 season.He entered Monday with four home runs in four matchups against St. Louis this season. He added three more long balls and seven RBIs against his rival in a 10-7 Brewers victory.
Booths and vendors formed a ring around a field and included displays by AT&T, Wells Fargo, Safeco Insurance, Pasadena City College, H&R Block, the Brazilian Cultural Foundation, Miller Brewing Company, AARP and City of Pasadena Water and Power. There were rides and games for children and, for those in need of nourishment, booths selling Louisiana Catfish, Bill’s Chicken, Brother’s Bar-B-Que and Bessie’s Daughters Soulful Tacos were just a few steps away. [email protected] (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4475160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The parade started at 10 a.m. at Charles White Park at Ventura Street and Fair Oaks Avenue in Altadena and snaked its way down Fair Oaks to Robinson Park at Hammond Street. Celebrity guests included actress, radio and television personality Mother Love, actor James Reynolds from the soap opera “Days of Our Lives,” KTLA Morning News anchor Michaela Pereira, KNBC News co-anchor Furnell Chatman and KNBC Weekend Edition co-anchor Beverly White. “I enjoyed it. I had a great time,” said Roy Hayes of Pasadena. “It gets bigger every year, and I hope it just gets bigger, bigger and bigger.” “I thought the parade was nice, especially because my daughters were in the parade,” said Barshana Stillman of Pasadena. “They were in the Devine Diamondettes, so I thought it was nice. The weather was great and it was a nice turnout.” The festival featured performances by pop star Evelyn “Champagne” King and jazz and reggae bands. • Photo Gallery: 25th Annual Black History Parade PASADENA – A mix of barbecue smoke, music, voices and laughter filled the air over Robinson Park at the festival that followed Saturday’s 25th annual Black History Parade. “Uniting Our Community through Pride and Commitment” was the parade theme, which celebrated the achievements and contributions of African Americans to American society. The grand marshal was actress and singer Irene Cara, who appeared in the films “Fame” and “Sparkle.” Community grand marshals were Tecumseh Shackelford and, posthumously, Ed Bryant and Michael Zinzun.
The shot worked on every level you can imagine. For starters, it was a game-winner at the end of a game … By now you’ve probably heard or seen the blind heave that the Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade banked home from behind the arc to crush the Warriors’ collective soul Wednesday night.No worries. We’ve got a spare copy you can watch:D-WADE BEATS THE WARRIORS ON A GAME WINNER 🚨🚨🚨 @DwyaneWade (via prideofcucamonga/IG) pic.twitter.com/8s8llr9PUD— Overtime (@overtime) February 28, 2019
Folayang to defend ONE title vs Nguyen at MOA Arena Reyes will call the shots for the PH team in the upcoming 2017 Fiba Asia Champions Cup in Chenzhou, China with the team largely made up of amateur standouts.“This tourney was not part of the discussion with the PBA. To be fair to the PBA, they have no obligations to this team,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutOf the 12-man roster, Carl Bryan Cruz, LA Revilla, Norbert Torres, and Alfrancis Tamsi are the only players who have existing contracts in the PBA, while Almond Vosotros, Jeric Teng, and Gab Banal are currently free agents.Reyes also understands why Alaska and GlobalPort are hesitant to lend players like Calvin Abueva and Terrence Romeo. Chot Reyes. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBefore any criticism against the PBA is thrown, coach Chot Reyes is the first to absolve the league from lending its players to Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas.“When we put this together, this wasn’t even in the plan,” Reyes said Tuesday during the team’s sendoff at Discovery Suites Hotel in Mandaluyong.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight “The agreement we had with the PBA is if their tournament is over, we can get them. Calvin and Terrence showed up in our first practice, but I told them that they shouldn’t be here and I was serious with that,” he said.“This is a club championship, not a national team competition.”The team leaves for Chenzhou on Wednesday.ADVERTISEMENT Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City View comments Read Next E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad
APTN National NewsA family from Fort McMurray, Alta., is hoping the public will be able to help find their daughter.Amber Alyssa Tuccaro, 21, has been missing for three months.She was last seen in Nisku, Alta., in August.She is described as a First Nations female, with brown eyes, black hair, 155 centimetres tall and weighing about 60 kilograms.