Brad James September 28, 2019 /Sports News – Local Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network Cross Country Athletes Compete At Spanish Fork Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSPANISH FORK, Utah-Friday, various Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network athletes competed at the 2009 UIAAA Spanish Fork Invitational at Spanish Fork Sports Park, excelling against some of the best athletes in the state.In the girls’ team standings, Pleasant Grove took the title with a score of 43. Richfield finished ninth with a score of 222.The individual girls’ champion was Carlee Hansen of Woods Cross (18:59.38).Fiel Woods of Manti was the highest-placing Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network girls’ athlete, as she finished 20th (20:22.13).Richfield’s Nora Foster placed 24th (20:30.31) and Keltsy Fowles of Manti finished 26th (20:43.34). Jamie Holt of Richfield placed 43rd (21:39.84) and her teammates, Melissa Crane (23:30.47), Carli Begay (23:39.09) and Aspen Workman (23:43.53) placed 61st through 63rd respectively.Richfield was also represented by Karlee Thomas (24:25.91) and McKenna Alger (24:51.81) who placed 66th and 67th respectively.For the boys, Orem took the team title with a score of 39. Richfield placed ninth with a score of 190 and Manti placed 11th with a score of 302.The overall boys’ winner was Richfield’s Hayden Harward in a time of 15:57.06. His teammate, Tyler Johnson, placed 16th overall (16:41.22). Mason Solt of Richfield placed 31st (17:04.88) with Sam Cox of Manti placing 49th (17:39.68).Manti’s Hunter Powell placed 56th overall (17:55.94) and Kelby Bosh of North Sevier finished 59th overall (18:02.47).Manti’s Ben Johnson placed 62nd (18:10.06) with Josiah Carter of Manti finishing 64th (18:19.50).Cody Rivers of Richfield placed 67th (18:28.59) while Manti’s Trevor Steck placed 74th (19:01.09). Hunter Alger of Richfield finished 77th (19:08.28) and his teammate, Spencer Christensen, placed 80th (19:27.06).Nort Sevier’s Tate Goble placed 81st (19:36.25) and his teammate, Gavin Baxter, placed 90th overall (22:11.62). Tags: Cross Country
Home » News » Auctions news » MyBid4it moves into the south coast market previous nextAuctions newsMyBid4it moves into the south coast marketThe Negotiator10th March 20200341 Views Dominic Crossan has recently joined MyBid4it as Account Manager to provide a personal service to the company’s estate agency clients in the South East and West of England. Dominic will be responsible for creating new agency relationships, training and supporting clients through the process of marketing properties via the online auction process.“Joining Mybid4it has been an amazing experience. Working in the property sector in sales, I have practised the original way of selling a property. After seeing what MyBid4it offers I believe this can revolutionise the market place, assisting estate agents in opening different avenues of income. I can’t wait to see our progression over the coming months” said Dominic.Charlie Lancaster with The Rt Hon John Bercow at The Negotiator ExpoCharlie Lancaster, Managing Director, added, “I’m delighted to have Dominic joining us at this exciting time. His experience gives him a great understanding of clients’ needs and be able to grow theMyBid4it’s agency partnerships as the local face of the business in the South.” MyBid4It, an online auction platform for property, has been developed to partner with Estate Agents, improving transparency, certainty and speed for buyers and sellers.The overarching aim of MyBid4It, is to combine the best aspects of property auctions and Estate Agents for the benefit of both buyers and sellers.www.mybidforit.com Doninic Crossan The Rt Hon John Bercow MyBid4It Charlie Lancaster auction auctioneers The Negotiator expo March 10, 2020Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Donna Nguyen, left, paints vacationer Marja Lindstrom’s nails. Donna’s Nails opened in Ocean City just two months ago and already has regular customers. By Maddy VitaleYou might just walk by the new shop, Donna’s Nails & Spa at 1326 Asbury Ave., and think it looks charming. But if you stopped in, you would be welcomed by friendly people, where relaxation and a day of beauty await you.Maureen Holland, on vacation from Westfield, N.J., decided she needed a little pampering. She was on her yearly summer vacation in Ocean City, after all.“I’m getting a manicure and a pedicure,” Holland said as a nail technician applied cream to her legs, while her feet were soaking in water filled with minerals and vitamins. “I was walking around town and I saw the salon. It looked lovely, so I decided to stop and treat myself.”Maureen Holland, of Westfield, N.J., enjoys a spa treatment.Donna Nguyen, the owner of Donna’s Nails, opened the shop in June. But she is not new to owning a business. In 2016, she opened a salon by the same name in Brigantine that she noted is doing very well. Nguyen came to the United States from Vietnam 12 years ago. She moved to Ocean City seven years ago. She has five employees. Her brother, Denny Nguyen, and sister, Lisa Nguyen, also help out. Nguyen is hoping to capitalize on her knowledge of the nail business. She offers customers a wide selection of services, competitive prices and an ideal location for tourists and residents.“I understand what people need and want,” Nguyen said with a wide smile. “People really want to come in to relax.”Donna’s Nails features spa treatments with oils and stones.Pedicures and manicures are the main offerings at the salon. Skilled, talented technicians work hard to please the customers, she said. The pedicure spa treatments include foot masks, scrubs, cleansers, and soaks. There is even a soak with hot stones. There are six spa chairs and five nail tables in the space that is ample to feel comfortable and pampered, not crowded.“People love the spa treatments. It is a treat, especially with the hot stones,” Nguyen said.Customers also have about 600 nail colors to choose from. There are also different types of nails, from gel, which are very popular, to newer offerings such as SNS, which adds a powder to a client’s nail to add length and strength. Donna’s Nails offers 600 nail colors to choose from.Marja Lindstrom, of London, brought her daughter, Noemie Lindstrom, 11, for mother- daughter manicures on their yearly summer vacation to Ocean City.Nguyen took care of Marja Lindstrom’s manicure, while Noemie sat at another table with her hands under a heat lamp.Noemie opted for a color she saw on Instagram. Her nails were painted in a lavender color and one of the nails had glitter on it.She proudly flashed her newly beautified nails and smiled.“She is the one who really wanted to come in,” Marja Lindstrom said with a laugh. “She loves having her nails done.” Noemie Lindstrom, 11, of London, on vacation in Ocean City, proudly displays her newly painted nails.Nguyen said in just a few months, her Ocean City salon has really started to build up a clientele. She hopes, as more people learn about Donna’s Nails and all that it has to offer, the business will continue to grow. She said her team of technicians would love to book large groups for weddings and other special occasions for the services offered at the salon.She emphasized that the salon uses an excellent exhaust system to push out the odors of the chemicals used during nail services.Everything done at Donna’s Nails is up to code requirements to offer customers the safest environment for their nail treatments, she said.“We have to have this air system. It is required in Ocean City, and it is healthy for everybody,” she noted. “Our salon does not smell like chemicals. Some do.”In just a few months, Donna’s Nails already has regular customers.“They come in every two to three weeks,” Nguyen said. “They are just happy to be here.”For more information or to make an appointment, call Donna’s Nails & Spa at (609) 938-2008.Donna’s Nails is located at 1326 Asbury Ave. in Ocean City. (Donna’s Nails Facebook)
Leaders aspire to build ever more nimble and responsive businesses while seeking a competitive advantage in a global economy. Today’s successful leaders must not only be strategic thinkers, but innovators as well. And the successful leaders of tomorrow must be able to drive organizational innovation by tapping into the knowledge and creativity of their teams. Innovation is often the key driver of an organization’s growth and performance. It can be the single best way for a company to differentiate itself from competitors. How can we help foster a culture of collaboration and creativity to help drive growth and success? Fostering connectivity, first and foremost amongst other things, promotes creativity and spurs innovation.More than ever before, we have the ability to share our ideas and encourage a discussion around them, unconstrained by time, physical borders or distance. We live in a connected world. Connectivity is about having the practical means to connect with others; but it is also about having the connections we need to enable and encourage innovation. Connectivity increases exposure to new opportunities, new ideas, and to feedback. Communities of corporate innovation are connected to every facet of business from product development, customer engagement, marketing programs, to employee development. Empowered workers care more about developing high-performing cultures that drive customer value over time.As the founder of EMC’s West Coast Women’s Leadership Forum (WCWLF), my vision was to make EMC the center of Leadership and Innovation through the eyes of women. Our programs follow this theme and are delivered to internal and external audiences of men and women often in partnership with nonprofits, universities and other corporations. In 2012, we delivered more than 50 programs, making EMC’s WCWLF one of the most diverse and interesting venues with a rich community of attendees. Looking to further our influence and reach, we developed a new Leadership and Innovation in the Executive Suite speaker series. The program brings leaders and innovators with different points of view to EMC and creates a community to inspire leadership through the voice of innovators, showcase thought leadership, and establish new partnerships while building connective behaviors that spur innovation. To increase our impact, we partnered with digital book publisher Vook to create an eBook, commemorating the program while expanding our reach. “Connective Behaviors That Spur Innovation” was released in March and has since inspired a global community of thought leaders to share their perspectives. Jeremy Burton, Executive Vice President, Product Operations and Marketing was the program’s host and keynote speaker.At EMC World I will once again be working with Vook to commemorate EMC Women in Technology through the Women of the World program called “Boost Your Credibility – Hidden Behavioral Cues,” scheduled for May 8th, 2013. More than 50 largely hidden behavioral and contextual cues have been discovered that deeply affect how others respond to you. Cues cover situations as diverse as setting, female/male differences, sounds, and the sequence of “scenes” we experience. Keynote speaker Kare Anderson, a Forbes Columnist and expert on quoteability and connective behaviors will be joined by Helene Barnekow, EMC Senior Vice President, Worldwide Field & Channel Marketing and Bill Teuber, EMC Vice Chairman. The eBook planned release date is scheduled for July 2013.
Star Files A whole crew of Broadway’s best will join forces for the 29th annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Easter Bonnet Competition. On the Twentieth Century headliner Kristin Chenoweth, Finding Neverland’s Matthew Morrison, Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Audience queen Helen Mirren and more will participate in the festivities on April 20 and 21 at the Minskoff Theatre.Chenoweth, Morrison, Miranda and Mirren will announce the top fundraising and best presentation awards on April 20. The performances will additionally feature current The Book of Mormon star Gavin Creel with an arrangement of “Help Is on the Way,” the BC/EFA Easter Bonnet anthem.Also taking part over the two days are Tony winner Andrea Martin, Tituss Burgess, Ann Harada, Kinky Boots players Adinah Alexander, Jen Perry and Daniel Stewart Sherman, Hand to God star Steven Boyer, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’s Alex Sharp and Francesca Faridany, Hamilton’s Jasmine Cephas Jones, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Phillipa Soo, Honeymoon in Vegas stars Rob McClure and Nancy Opel, Aaron Nelson and Alton Fitzgerald White from The Lion King and It’s Only a Play fresh face Micah Stock.This year’s judges’ panel will include Fun Home stars Michael Cerveris and Judy Kuhn, Gigi duo Corey Cott and Vanessa Hudgens, An American in Paris standout Robert Fairchild and director/choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, The Audience’s Judith Ivey and Rufus White and Nathaniel Parker from Wolf Hall. Also on board are Actors Fund President and CEO Joseph Benincasa and Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction winners Jake Perlman and Peg Wendlandt.An annual Broadway tradition, the Easter Bonnet Competition is the conclusion of six intensive weeks of fundraising efforts by participating productions on and off-Broadway, as well as on tour. The winner of the competition is the company that raises the largest sum for BC/EFA. Awards are also granted to the company with the best bonnet design and presentation, as well as the Broadway play, national tour and off-Broadway production that raises the largest amount for BC/EFA. View Comments Kristin Chenoweth
Star Files View Comments Related Shows Three-time Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Sierra Boggess has enrolled in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock—The Musical! Directed by Les Miz’s Laurence Connor and starring Alex Brightman, the production will begin sticking it to the man on November 9 and officially open on December 6 at the Main Stem’s Winter Garden Theatre.Boggess, who is currently starring in It Shoulda Been You on the Great White Way, told Broadway.com exclusively: “I am so thrilled to be part of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s newest musical! It’s such a joyous show and I know audiences are going to have the best time!” In a statement, the composer said: “Sierra is a magical performer. She was a brilliant Christine Daaé in Phantom, and I’m delighted she’ll have this chance to show off her considerable comedic chops in the role of the Rosalie in School of Rock.”Rosalie is the role of the headmistress, a part Boggess played in the initial reading of the piece. She is a long-time Lloyd Webber collaborator, having played Christine in The Phantom of the Opera multiple times and receiving an Olivier nod for originating the role in the long-running tuner’s sequel Love Never Dies. Boggess has also appeared on Broadway in The Little Mermaid and Master Class; her West End credits additionally include Les Miserables.School of Rock features music from the hit 2003 movie, as well as new music written by Lloyd Webber and lyricist Glenn Slater, with a book by Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes. The film was penned by Mike White, directed by Richard Linklater and starred Jack Black as wannabe rock star Dewey Finn, who poses as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. When he discovers his students’ musical talents, he enlists his fifth-graders to form a rock group and conquer the Battle of the Bands.Brightman starred as Dewey in the recent workshop of the show, which had Sara Chase, who is returning to Kimmy Schmidt, as Rosalie. No word yet on additional Broadway casting, but they were joined in the tryout by Leslie Kritzer as Patty (Ned’s mean girlfriend) and Andrew Durand as Ned (Dewey’s bestie). The students included Taylor Caldwell as Shonelle, Evie Dolan as Katie, Aaron Fig as James, Carly Gendell as Marcy, Shayan Hooshmand as Mason, Bobbi Mackenzie as Tomika, Dante Melucci as Freddy, Brandon Niederauer as Zack, Luca Padovan as Billy, Jared Parker as Lawrence, Isabella Russo as Summer, Malachi Samedy as Leonard, Mikayla White as Madison and Corinne Wilson as Sophia. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 20, 2019 School of Rock – The Musical Sierra Boggess
By Matthew ChappellUniversity of GeorgiaHave you ever driven along a Georgia country road or visited a state park and a beautiful blooming shrub or tree caught your eye? Chances are you were looking at one of the thousands of plants native to Georgia.As a University of Georgia Cooperative Extension horticulturist, I am constantly amazed by the low number of native plants available for sale. Have no fear though, if you know where to look you can find some amazing native species for your landscape. Native plants often get a bad reputation for one reason: gardeners assume they can be planted anywhere because they are native. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Just like other plants, native plants have specific light and water requirements. They are no different than non-native species sold at retail garden centers. Before planting any plant, remember this golden rule: right plant in the right place.For example, if you plant the non-native lace cap hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla) in a dry and sunny location, you are not going to be impressed with its performance. Likewise, if you plant a native oak leaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia) in a dry and sunny location, you will not be impressed with its performance either. The native can, however, withstand drier soils than its non-native cousin.Here are a few native suggestions for shady sites that don’t get too dry: native azaleas (there are hundreds of cultivars), Virginia sweetspire (Itea virginica), serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea), redbud (Cercis canadensis) and anise (Illicium floridatum). Here are a few suggestions for those sunny, dry locations: wax myrtle (Morella cerifera), trumpet vine (Campsis radicans), Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens), fringe tree (Chiocanthus virginicus) and beautyberry (Callicarpa americana). Did you know that our state flower, the Cherokee Rose, is not a Georgia native? It was named the state flower in 1916. This just points to a century-old trend of using non-natives in our landscape. While there is nothing wrong with using non-natives, you may want to step back in time to the pre-antebellum days when landscapes were predominantly filled with native plants. There are native species that will fit any growing environment. If you’ve never planted a native plant, you may want to start with the Christmas fern (Polystichum acrostichoides). It was named plant of the year by the Georgia Native Plant Society. To learn more about it and other native plants, go to the Web site www.gnps.org. For those of you who love the outdoors and love to get your hands dirty, GNPS hosts plant rescues on development sites across Georgia. I can’t think of a better way to get to know natives and meet fellow gardeners.For more help on native plants, contact your local UGA Extension office at 1-800-ASK-UGA1.
[divider]more from Blueridgeoutdoors.com[/divider] Within a day’s drive of 2/3 of the U.S. population lies 520,000 acres of some of the oldest mountains in the world. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP), the largest national park east of the Rocky Mountains, hosts 9-10 million visitors annually, making it the most visited park in the nation. This iconic park was founded in 1934, and is one of the few national parks to offer free admission year round.Every year people flock to the GSMNP to camp, hike, ride horses, fly fish, gaze at waterfalls and wildflowers, search for wildlife, and enjoy other outdoor activities. In the spring, synchronized fireflies draw crowds, and in the fall countless visitors enjoy an annual explosion of fall leaf colors.Planning a trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park? Check out one of these must-do hiking trails.1. Andrews BaldStarting in the parking lot for Clingman’s Dome, this 3.5 mile roundtrip hike takes you to the highest bald in the park. Expect outstanding views and one of the most unique environments in the park.2. Chasteen Creek Cascades HikeA family friendly hike, the Chasteen Creek Cascades hike is a 3.5-mile roundtrip hike that leads to a 30 foot waterfall. The trailhead is located in the back of the parking lot for the Smokemont Campground.3. Kephart Prong HikeThis hike takes you through an old Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) campground on its way to the Kephart Shelter. The hike is 4.2 miles roundtrip and the trail head is located on Newfound Gap Road, 7.3 miles north of the Oconaluftee Visitor’s Center.4. Rich Mountain LoopOn this rather strenuous 8.5-mile roundtrip hike you’ll get the chance to see amazing wildflowers and one of the oldest buildings in the park—a cabin that dates from the 1820’s. Just before reaching the one way section of the Cades Cove Loop trail, park in a large lot on the left and find the trailhead roughly 25 feet past the gate on the right side of the road.5. Ramsey CascadesThis 8 mile round-trip hike takes you to Ramsey Cascades, the tallest falls in the park. Water falls roughly 100 feet over cascades and rocks, and salamanders can often be found here. Drive 6 miles east bound on 321 out of Gatlinburg, turn right into Greenbrier and drive 3.1 miles until the road forks, then turn left and drive 1.5 miles to the trailhead.6. Mount LeConteOne of the most iconic trails in the park, the hike to Mount Leconte is a strenuous 11 mile roundtrip hike. Known for its views of the park, LeConte also has a lodge where hikers can reserve rustic cabins. Drive 8.7 miles south on Newfound Gap Road from the Sugarlands Visitor’s Center to the parking lot on the left. Arrive early during peak seasons to find a parking spot.7. Metcalf Bottoms TrailA great option for young kids, this easy, short hike takes you to an old log cabin school house. Turn onto Little River Rd from Sugarlands Visitor Center and drive 6 miles to the parking lot on the right.8. Charlie’s BunionAn 8.1 mile roundtrip hike, Charlie’s Bunion offers amazing panoramic views of the park and a large variety of wildflowers. The trailhead is located in the Newfound Gap parking lot.9. Deep Creek LoopLocated just north of Bryson City, NC, this family friendly 4.6 mile roundtrip hike was one of the first trails built by the CCC. Follow Deep Creek up a well kept trail and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna.10. Cove MountainOne of only 4 fire towers left in the park, the Cove Mountain fire tower is reached by way of the Laurel Falls Trail. The tower is used an air quality monitoring station, so hikers are not permitted to climb it but the hike is pleasant. Drive 3.8 miles from Sugarland Visitors Center to the top of Fighting Creek Gap where the parking lot for Laurel Falls Trail will be on your right.If you decide to check out the Great Smoky Mountains National Park this year, be advised that dogs are only allowed to travel through the park on roads. If you have the family pooch with you make arrangements for them if you plan to hike.[divider]About the Author[/divider]Annabell Plush is the Operations Manager at Green River Adventures in Saluda, NC, the mother of an amazing dog named Pigeon, and an aspiring writer. She loves to garden, ride her mountain bike, kayak, and have dance parties. You can follow along for the ride at her blog.
Cameron Madill, CEO of of PixelSpoke and host of The Remarkable Credit Union Podcast, sat down with Weber Marketing Group’s Ben Stangland and Charlotte Boutz-Connell to discuss how credit unions should define their target audiences for the future.They offer a litmus test for evaluating if your organization has done enough to define target audiences, share stories of what a deep commitment to a target audience strategy looks like, and talk through their two-part recommendation for creating a strategy that combines data and empathy for greatest impact.If your strategic plan includes healthy membership growth and deepening member relationships, this 40 minute conversation will fuel your thinking about what’s possible, and provide practical tips for action.Tune in above! And subscribe to The Remarkable Credit Union Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher for more episodes that help Credit Union leaders like yourself think outside of the box about marketing, technology and community impact. 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
“This higher volume of issuance is not expected to be required across the remainder of the financial year,” Britain’s finance ministry said.British government bond yields rose slightly in early trade on Thursday.A Reuters survey of 11 primary dealers had predicted the DMO would announce gilt issuance of around 300 billion pounds for the 2020/21 financial year as a whole.So far, investors have shown little sign of balking at the jump in public borrowing although the Bank of England has agreed to expand the government’s overdraft facility at the central bank, in case it struggles to raise cash in the debt market.The finance ministry said a further update to the DMO’s debt sales plan would be announced on June 29. Britain’s government plans to sell more bonds over the next three months than it had previously planned for the entire financial year to fund a surge in public spending in the face of the coronavirus crisis.The UK Debt Management Office said on Thursday it planned to issue 180 billion pounds ($222.43 billion) of government debt between May and July to finance the unprecedented measures announced last month to avert the collapse of Britain’s economy.Previously, the DMO had been planning to sell 156.1 billion pounds of bonds between April 2020 and March 2021. Topics :