Wilmington Methodist Church To Hold Yard Sale To Benefit The Wish Project

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington United Methodist Church’s Outreach Committee is holding a yard sale on Saturday, September 8, 2018, from 9am to 2pm, on the church lawn.The majority of items being sold represent the generous donations made to the Wish Project, but that are not generally distributed to warehouse clients. These include: decorative glassware, silver/gold trim china, stemware and holiday themed items, plus men’s and women’s dress pants with the tags still attached and an overflow of toys for all ages.All proceeds will benefit The Wish Project and their work in helping families move out of shelters and into their own apartments.The yard sale has a rain date of Saturday, September 15, 2018.(NOTE: The above information is from the church’s latest monthly newsletter.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Methodist Church To Hold Yard Sale To Benefit The Wish Project On Sept. 17In “Church”SAVE THE DATE: Wilmington Methodist Church’s Annual Harvest & Holly Fair Set For October 26In “Community”10 Things To Do In Wilmington Today (September 19, 2015)In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

Googles Popular Reader App Is Dead So Use These Alternatives Instead

first_img Register Now » 2 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global This story originally appeared on Business Insider Google is going to kill off Google Reader, a web-based app that pulls in articles from news sites you subscribe to, on July 1.The news of Google Reader’s demise came out in March, and since then several companies have rushed to fill the hole that will be left. Google Reader is a very popular product, so there are plenty of people who will be looking for an alternative once it’s gone for good.There are dozens of readers out there, but let’s make it simple. If you’re a Google Reader user, there are only two services we recommend looking at to replace it: Digg Reader and Feedly.Both of these services can pull in news subscriptions currently stored in your Google account just by logging in with the same credentials you use to sign into Gmail and other Google services. You can also manually subscribe to websites and get all the articles published almost immediately.Let’s break it down: DiggNews aggregation site Digg made a lot of headlines the day after Google said it was killing its reader by promising to create one of its own. The Digg Reader launched last week on the iPhone, iPad, and Web. It has quickly become our favorite Google Reader alternative because of its clean design and mix of stories pulled in from Digg’s editorial team.Download Digg for iPhone/iPad and sign up to try the Web version. FeedlyFeedly has been around for a long time, and it’s already gained a ton of new users since Google announced it planned to kill Google Reader. At first glance, Feedly looks nearly identical to Google Reader, with a list of your news sources in a small column to the left and the stories in a bigger window on the right. It also integrates with social networks like Pinterest.Feedly’s biggest advantage over Digg is that it has both and Android and iPhone app. If you’re an Android user, this is your best choice.Download Feedly for iPhone/iPad or Android and try the Web version. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. July 1, 2013last_img read more

Air Canada WestJet Sunwing Transat have Cuba Florida updates postIrma

first_img TORONTO — Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge have resumed all scheduled service to the Caribbean including Havana, however other destinations in Cuba remain cancelled with plans to resume services to Holguin and Varadero in the coming days, says Air Canada, subject to the safety and security of airports and infrastructure.Meanwhile Air Canada says preparations are underway to resume flights to Florida airports on Sept. 13. The airline says further updates will be provided as airports re-open and ground and airport services prepare to resume operations.“We are working closely with our airport and ground service partners and are committed to getting our customers on their way as soon as possible by adding capacity, including operating extra flights and larger aircraft, once it is safe to do so.”Air Canada adds that, “when operations begin to resume, we will provide updates on revised schedules including additional capacity as it becomes available.”Since Sept. 5 Air Canada has operated a total of 30 additional flights, as well as larger aircraft with more seats, to bring over 7,000 customers home early from the affected areas including Antigua, Cuba, Turks and Caicos, Haiti, D.R. and Florida.Sunwing services into Fort Lauderdale and Orlando will operate as normal starting Sept. 15. All cruise itineraries will also operate as previously scheduled, notes the tour operator.Fort Lauderdale’s airport re-opened this morning at 4 a.m. EDT, however many flights are still cancelled as airlines slowly resume operations into the city.More news:  War of words between Transat, Group Mach ramps upThe Miami International Airport said in a tweet that it will resume operations on a limited basis today.VISIT FLORIDA says it remains in contact with all destination marketing partners and emergency contacts. A ‘Weather Alert’ notification on the homepage banner at visitflorida.com includes a link to Current Travel Safety Information for the state, post-Irma.In Cuba, reports are just now starting to filter out from the island. In the Ottawa Citizen, a CARE Canada aid worker based in Havana during Hurricane Irma says it will be months or even years before the island recovers. “The coastal communities were devastated by the winds. Houses have lost their roofs. Trees are down. The electricity is off, just about everywhere. There are some communities that even today are under feet of water,” says Richard Paterson.According to the Ottawa Citizen report, Cuba’s state television is advising severe damage to hotels on the northern keys near Ciego de Avila and Camaguey provinces.Havana is in recovery mode, with crews cleaning away thousands of fallen trees and electricity restored to a handful of neighbourhoods.Cuban President Raul Castro acknowledged destruction in the northern keys, home to dozens of all-inclusive resorts. The Jardines del Rey airport serving the northern keys was destroyed, the Communist Party newspaper Granma reported, tweeting photos of a shattered terminal hall littered with debris.More news:  Consolidation in the cruise industry as PONANT set to acquire Paul Gauguin Cruises“The storm hit some of our principal tourist destinations but the damage will be repaired before the high season,” starting in November, said Castro.Varadero airport remains closed but is expected to reopen briefly today for rescue flights including Sunwing flights. Sunwing says it plans to send flights to bring home its remaining passengers. Sunwing’s flights to Manzanillo will operate as normal today.All of Sunwing’s southbound flights to Varadero and Holguin have been cancelled up to including Sept. 14. Flights to Cayo Coco, Cayo Santa Maria and Camaguey will be suspended until Oct. 31.As previously noted Sunwing has also advised that all Sunwing flights from Toronto to St. Maarten are cancelled until Oct. 26, and from Montreal to St. Maarten are cancelled until Nov. 9.WestJet’s most recent rescue flight was to St. Maarten, bringing home a planeload of passengers yesterday. WestJet outlines its Hurricane Irma updates at its blog (blog.westjet.com/westjet-hurricane-irma-update/).Transat has updated the scope of its hurricane policy, now applicable for flights scheduled for Florida (Fort Lauderdale) and Cuba (Varadero, Cayo Coco, Santa Clara, Holguin) until Sept.16.For the latest update from CTO on all the Caribbean islands, with the exception of Cuba where reports are still very preliminary, see yesterday’s report, ‘What’s open, closed & damaged in the Caribbean’. Tuesday, September 12, 2017 Travelweek Group Posted by Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing, Transat have Cuba, Florida updates post-Irmacenter_img Share Tags: Air Canada, Caribbean, Florida, Sunwing, Transat, Travel Alert, WestJet << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more