RelatedResidents of St. Elizabeth Benefit from Malaria Outreach Programme RelatedResidents of St. Elizabeth Benefit from Malaria Outreach Programme RelatedResidents of St. Elizabeth Benefit from Malaria Outreach Programme Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Residents of St. Elizabeth are benefiting from a massive malaria prevention outreach programme, conducted by the St. Elizabeth Health Department.The programme began on December 8, with information sessions held in 21 schools, 10 churches, six health centres and other venues.Health Education Officer for St. Elizabeth, Delphene Grandison, told JIS News that, “we have been working in the schools, trying to reach them before they had gone on holidays.”She informed that schools reached include Mayfield All-age, Pedro Plains and Sandy Bank Primary Schools in Treasure Beach. “We also did Parattee Primary, Fullerswood and Hopewell Primary schools . and those are in areas where we have ponds,” she added.Mrs. Grandison informed that the information sessions were conducted with the assistance of community peer educators and “people were delighted to get the message; some were even saying that they were not aware that you had different types of mosquitoes and they had learnt a lot.”She noted that children have been given flyers and brochures to take home to their parents, while public health inspectors have been in the field informing residents about malaria and how to keep their communities clean, as well as to look out for potential breeding sites.As part of the outreach programme, fogging and larvicidal activities have been conducted in Great Bay, Calabash Bay, Billy’s Bay, Sandy Bank, Bluntas, Arlington, among other communities in Treasure Beach. She informed that public health inspectors were now working in Black River and they would be moving on to other areas.She told JIS News that “as soon as the Christmas break is over, we will be moving on to our other programmes”.In the meantime, the Health Education Officer is encouraging residents of the parish to keep their surroundings clean by looking for areas where water might settle, covering drums, and properly disposing of old tyres, tins and garbage. Residents of St. Elizabeth Benefit from Malaria Outreach Programme UncategorizedDecember 21, 2006
The Navy Gold Star (NGS) program is a comprehensive Navy Survivor assistance program designed for families of Service Members who died while on active duty. The program provides long-term assistance and support to survivors. Coordinators work with survivors of all branches of service to build resilience and offer continued support as they work to establish a new normal.NGS coordinators are the survivors’ link to the Navy and to essential support programs and services. These compassionate professionals provide emotional and practical support for as long as it is desired. Coordinators work with the Fleet and Family Support Programs and other military and community organizations to provide appropriate services. Individuals eligible for support through NGS include the widow or widower, children, parents and the next-of-kin of deceased service members. For more information, call 888-509-8759 or visit www.navygoldstar.com.
Photos: Matthew Murphy | Styling: David Withrow | Styling Assistant: Mallory Rinker | Hair & Makeup: Nicolette Gold and KeLeen Snowgren | Photography Assistants: Danni Siminerio and Evan Zimmerman Teneise Ellis Wicked celebrates 14 years on Broadway on October 30. The spellbinding blockbuster enchants audiences with its inventive story, soaring score, powerhouse performers, dazzling sets, swankified costumes and, of course, the ensemble’s mesmerizing moves. Wayne Cilento’s Tony-nominated choreography still wows those who pack the Gershwin Theatre every night. In addition to celebrating Wicked’s birthday with leading ladies Jackie Burns and Amanda Jane Cooper, we had photographer Matthew Murphy capture ensemble members Teneise Ellis, Kelli Erdmann, Josh Daniel Green, Courtney Iventosch, Sterling Masters, Ray Matsamura and Jeremy Thompson on the move. Check out the gloriously gritty photos of these firecrackers dancing through life, and be sure to see them in action live!View the Gallery Here Ray Matsamura and Courtney Iventosch View Comments Wicked Related Shows from $95.00 Kelli Erdmann
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska State Troopers have released the identity of the pilot who died in a weekend plane crash near Whittier, on Saturday. The Coast Guard’s 17th District Command Center said the center was alerted to “an overdue aircraft in the Portage Glacier area” at 3:38 p.m., Saturday. According to Alaska State Troopers, due to weather in the area the search was hampered, however RCC and Coast Guard Helicopters were able to locate the plane crash and confirmed the sole occupant, Andrews, was deceased. Andrews was a student pilot, and left Merrill Field, in Anchorage with Valdez as his intended destination. An investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board said Andrews was flying plane number N7061W, heading east around 9:30 a.m. on Saturday when the plane crashed head-on to the side of a mountain about a half a mile south of Whittier at an altitude of 2,000 feet. The Pilot has been positively identified as Brett Andrews, 31, of Anchorage. During the morning hours of May 13, DPS Helo 3 and AMRG responded to the area and successfully recovered Andrews body from the crash site. Photos provided by Alaska State Troopers
Related Posts Despite the valiant intentions of the site, there are almost zero comments or ratings on any of the documents. The company says it hopes that the precedent set by high quality docs at launch will facilitate community policing against low quality docs and spam. I question that; it might work, but the effort required to provide feedback on search results and document quality may be too high. marshall kirkpatrick The fact that the company is giving away an iPod touch to the people who upload the greatest quantity of documents each week doesn’t bode well for the quality of search results on the site. The words “Free iPod!” shouldn’t appear on a reputable company’s website, in my opinion. These sorts of sites face serious challenges, though. At public launch DocStoc has more than 12,000 documents already uploaded during the private beta. Most of those documents appear relatively well labeled and of high quality. Unfortunately, there is no reason to believe this trend will continue. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Document sharing site DocStoc opened to the public today after months of a high-profile private beta. Similar to the already launched and funded Scribd, DocStoc aims to provide a place for you to post and discover professional documents on a wide variety of topics. Think sample contracts, sample press releases, proposals, etc. If DocStoc can keep itself from being overrun by crap, as has happened to Scribd, that itself would be a major accomplishment. Like Scribd, this L.A. based company has its own roster of high profile investors. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#web I want DocStoc to work, and when looking for sample documents in the future I will give it several tries. Results so far are acceptable. I’m not so sure that I wouldn’t be better off paying for a human-selected “best of” list, though.
Entering yesterday’s National Signing Day, Alabama sat behind schools like Florida State, LSU, Michigan, and Ohio State in the national recruiting rankings. After a huge day, highlighted by the commitments of five-star linebackers Ben Davis and Mack Wilson, the Crimson Tide class was ranked No. 1 by three of the four major recruiting services: 247Sports, Rivals, and Scout. Here are how the rankings for those sites shook out after the dust settled on National Signing Day.247Sports:Rivals:Scout:The one ranking site that spurned Alabama? According to ESPN, the Crimson Tide were edged out by the Florida State Seminoles.As you’d expect with those results, 247Sports’ composite ranking, which utilizes all four of the major services, also has Alabama No. 1.Alabama has four national championships on the field under Nick Saban, and amazingly, they are even more dominant in the recruiting game. The Tide have signed a top recruiting class for six straight years now, and there is no sign that Saban and his staff are slowing down.
Senior running back Carlos Hyde (34) pushes through Indiana defenders for his 1,000th rushing yard of the season. Hyde became the first running back under coach Urban Meyer to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark. Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorOhio State senior running back Carlos Hyde became the first running back to rush for 1,000 yards in a season under Urban Meyer in the second quarter of OSU’s game against Indiana Saturday.Hyde went into the game against the Hoosiers needing just 53 yards to reach the milestone, which he gained on OSU’s sixth drive with a seven-yard run. He ran for 26 of those yards on the Buckeyes’ first drive, capping it with a 16-yard touchdown run.The run to reach the milestone was Hyde’s 10th carry of the game and 130th carry of the season.Hyde became the first OSU running back to rush for 1,000 yards in a season since Daniel “Boom” Herron rushed for 1,155 yards in 2010.Overall, Hyde became the second OSU player to rush for 1,000 yards in a season with Meyer as head coach. The first to do so was quarterback Braxton Miller, who ran for 1,271 yards last season.The Buckeyes hold a 28-0 lead at halftime against Indiana, after Hyde found the end zone for the second time with 37 seconds left in the second quarter. The senior ran for 71 yards on 12 carries in the first 30 minutes of play.
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Original Story: Winds gusting as high as 40 mph will cause areas of blowing and drifting snow. Visibilities will be reduced to one half mile or less at times in falling and blowing snow. Use caution when traveling, especially in open areas. Travel may be difficult. The advisory has been extended until 4pm on Sunday. Another advisory is in effect from Noon Saturday and until Noon Sunday for Portage Valley and the Eastern Turnagain Arm which includes the cities of Whittier, Seward, Girdwood, and Moose Pass. Plan on slippery road conditions. Expect reduced visibilities at times. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory is in effect until Midnight Saturday for large amounts of snow for the cities for Kenai, Soldotna, Nikiski, Homer and Cooper Landing. Snow and blowing snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 8 inches, with localized amounts up to 15 inches, are expected. Heavy snow is expected throughout. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 9 inches, with localized amounts up to 12 inches, are expected. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on February 17th, 2019 at 06:12 pmUpdated- 2/17 A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Expect snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving. For the latest road conditions call 5 1 1 or visit 511.alaska.gov.