Submitted by City of LaceyLongtime Lacey Museum volunteer Susan Goff was recently named as the city’s 2013 Historian of the Year by Mayor Vigil Clarkson and the Lacey City Council. Lacey’s Historical Commission unanimously approved Goff’s nomination in recognition of her decades-long support of the museum, where she began as a volunteer cataloging historical photos in 1987.Over those years, Goff, who holds a diploma in Cultural Conservation, was responsible for creating the museum’s indexing system for photographs and negatives, conducting historical research, and assisting with exhibit design. She has also donated many locally-significant items to the museum’s collections.The award was made during the city’s observance of Lacey History Month. Several community members have received the honor over the last decade, including Goff’s daughter, Andrea Taylor.For more information on the Historian of the Year program or the Lacey Historical Commission, please call the Lacey Parks and Recreation department at (360) 491-0857. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0
Annie Iriye, M.D., Submitted by Providence St. Peter FoundationProvidence St. Peter Foundation Board of Directors has recently elected new officers. Pat Gilmer, M.D., an otolaryngologist at Ear, Nose & Throat Associates SW, was elected to serve as president. Rick Middleton, President/CEO of Anderson-Middleton Company was elected as vice president. Each officer will serve a two-year term. Larry Brooke will begin his third term as treasurer, and Dan Davidson, D.D.S., will serve as immediate past president.In addition, the Foundation elected four new members to its board of directors. Board president, Pat Gilmer, M.D., says, “All of our board members have a deep passion for the mission of Providence in our community, and we’re glad these four members are joining as new advocates for the work our donors make possible.”Joining the board are Christophe Allen, vice president and general manager of The Acme Service Group; James Kruidenier, M.D., board certified gastroenterologist at Gastroenterology Associates; Annie Iriye, M.D., board certified obstetrician and gynecologist with Group Health Olympia Medical Center; and long-time community member andvolunteer, Katie Hurley.Each new board member will serve a three year term. “We’re very excited to have these new members joining us,” says Gilmer. “They bring depth of experience from the business, medical, and not-for profit communities, and a deep respect for the importance of having access to high-quality health care right here locally.”Retiring from the board after a combined 36 years of service are Ken Anderson, Allen Miller, and Wayne Staley. James Kruidenier, M.D. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Katie Hurley Christophe Allen
The Lewas went in to bat first, setting up a target of 139. They batted out the full 20 overs losing 8 wickets.Openers Norma Ovasuru (33) and Varoi Morea (21) put on a 54 run partnership to get things going.Other notable contributions came from Helen Buruka (22) and Tanya Ruma (20). Vanuatu’s Jelany Chilia was the top bowler, finishing with figures of 2/20.In their response, Vanuatu got off to a bad start by losing their opening four wickets for only 20 runs.Selina Solman and Valenta Langiatu put up a fight, both top scoring with 13 runs. But good bowling from PNG’s Konio Oala who picked up 2/19 proved too much for Vanuatu who were ran out of overs to bat. Vanuatu finished with 9/84.
Supreme Ventures Limited, through the brand ‘JustBet’, has been making strides in becoming the preferred brand for sports-betting for both regular punters and novices alike. Wagering on international sports such as football, basketball, cricket, and American football has become a habit for many sports fans as the fixtures of the various leagues run throughout the year. These fixed-odds betting options benefit from the sportsman who is trying his hand at wagering and the seasoned bettor who sees a new more predictable game for his valued betting dollar. Live international sporting events have only a few games scheduled on particular days and only during the respective seasons. This restricts the content available for sports-betting fans and does not provide many options and continuity. On January 14, 2016, Supreme Ventures launched its virtual sports betting product branded ‘Quick Sports’ in 10 pilot locations. The product is now available to existing and potential customers at 50 JustBet locations islandwide. Quick Sports virtual football matches and horse races allow for five minutes of betting time per event followed by two to three minutes of actual game time. There are nine betting types offered on football and seven betting options on horse racing. The minimum bet on each betting type is $20. The events run on a daily schedule starting at 7 a.m. up to 2 a.m. Matches, races, and odds are displayed using computer-animated 3D graphics on two dedicated TV monitors inside select agent locations. Winnings are available for payment to customers at the end of each event. Currently, horse racing and football are the two virtual games in play for now, however, the game portfolio will be expanded with more sports in the latter part of the 2016 calendar. Quick Sports will be officially launched at Supreme Ventures flagship store, State Mall, Cross Roads, St Andrew, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today.
Easter services, 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday, Prince of Peace Episcopal Church, 5700 Rudnick Ave., Woodland Hills. Call (818) 346-6968. “Jesus Emptying Himself” will be the Easter message delivered by the Rev. Dave Wilkinson, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday, Moorpark Presbyterian Church, 13950 Peach Hill Road, Moorpark. Call (805) 529-8422. Easter services and egg hunt: 8:30 and 10:30a.m. Sunday, St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, 20121 Devonshire St., Chatsworth. Egg hunt, 10a.m. Call (818) 439-9881. “Is There Life After Death?” will be the Easter message delivered by the Rev. Craig Boehlke, 8:30 a.m. traditional and 11 a.m. contemporary on Sunday, Our Savior’s First Lutheran Church, 16603 San Fernando Mission Blvd., Granada Hills. Egg hunt, 9:30a.m. Call (818) 363-9505. “Satisfaction Guaranteed” will be the Easter message delivered by the Rev. Travis Guse, 8:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday, Canoga Park Lutheran Church, 7357 Jordan Ave. Call (818) 348-5714. “Glory Hidden in an Empty Tomb” will be the Easter message delivered by the Rev. John Moll, 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Messiah Lutheran Church, 8130 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood. Call (818) 768-8375. Easter services: 8:30 a.m. informal and 10:30 a.m. traditional on Sunday, Sherman Oaks Presbyterian Church, 4445 Noble Ave. Contemporary Easter service with Sherman Oaks United Methodist Church, 5p.m. at the same location. Call (818) 788-3330 or see www.sopchurch.org. “How Much is Enough?” will be the Easter message delivered by the Rev. Glenn Kirby, 8:45, 10:15 and 11:45 a.m. Sunday, West Valley Christian Church, 22450 Sherman Way, West Hills. “His Resurrection Gave It Power” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Rob Denton, 5 p.m. Call (818) 884-6480. Easter services: 9 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Calvary Church, 7115 Shoup Ave., West Hills. Call (818) 348-3483 or see www.calvarywesthills.org. Easter service: 10 a.m. Sunday, Kirk O’ the Valley Presbyterian Church, 19620 Vanowen St., Reseda. Call (818) 345-2535 or see www.kirkval.org. “Let Loose in the World” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Thomas E. Witherspoon, 10 a.m. Sunday, Unity Church of the Valley, 2817 Montrose Ave., La Crescenta. Call (818) 249-4396. “Raise Us All Up” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Carrie Lauer, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Center of Spiritual Awakening, meeting at the Radisson Hotel, 9777 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Chatsworth. Call (818) 709-1451. “The Resurrection” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Marilyn Jensen-Johnson, 10 a.m. Sunday, Religious Science Church of Glendale, meeting at the Glendale Masonic Lodge, 244 N. Maryland Ave. Call (818) 244-1404. “The Law of Crucifixion and Resurrection” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Maureen Hoyt, 10 a.m. Sunday, Granada Hills Church of Religious Science, 17622 Chatsworth St. “The Resurrection of Consciousness” will be the message delivered by Mike McMorrow, 7p.m. Call (818) 363-8136. Flower Communion service, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church, 7304 Jordan Ave., Canoga Park. Bring cut flowers to the service. Call (818) 887-6101 or see www.emersonuuc.org. “Victory Over Death” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Dale Johnsen, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Heart of the Valley Community Church, 18644 Sherman Way, Reseda. Call (818) 881-3651 or see www.heartchurch.com. “Have You Seen the Lord?” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Dennis Pelley, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, New Hope Christian Fellowship, 777 E. Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock. Call (818) 767-2404 or see www.newhope4all.org. “Crucifixion and Resurrection,” with a ceremony of releasing a negative and choosing a blessing, 11 a.m. Sunday, Unity Church of Burbank and North Hollywood, 637 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank. Call (818) 841-4037. “Tuesday Table Talk,” choice of satellite TV seminars: “Seismic Shifts: Making Life Changes” or “Sizzle! Keeping Sexual Attraction Alive,” 7:30p.m. Tuesday, Bethel Christian Reformed Church, 10725 Penrose St., Sun Valley. Potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Free. Call (818) 767-4488. Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Jerry Cutler, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Creative Arts Temple, meeting at Temple B’nai Hayim, 4302 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks. Call (323) 965-1818 or see www.creativeartstemple.org. Temple Sinai events: Storyteller Joel Ben Izzy will perform, 7 p.m. April 14. Tickets: $20, $10 for children in advance; $25, $15 for children at the door. Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, will be observed with husband and wife guest speakers, Anna Deutsch and Mike Schwartz, Holocaust survivors, 10:30 a.m.-noon April 15. The temple is located at 1212 N. Pacific Ave., Glendale. Call (818) 246-8101. Religion events are compiled by Staff Writer Holly Andres. Notices must reach the Daily News two weeks before the Saturday on which they are to run. Mail entries, with time, date, location and contact number, to Daily News Religion Calendar, P.O. Box 4200, Woodland Hills, CA 91365; fax (818) 713-0058; e-mail email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Philippine Independent Church’s Easter sunrise service and procession, 6:30 a.m. Sunday, meeting at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 14646 Sherman Way, Van Nuys. Call (818) 361-3311. Sunrise service in English and Spanish, 6:30a.m. Sunday, Bethel Christian Reformed Church, 10725 Penrose St., Sun Valley. Breakfast, 8a.m., followed by a 9a.m. service. Call (818) 767-4488. Easter sunrise service, 6:30 a.m. Sunday, In His Presence Church, 21300 Califa St., Woodland Hills. Call (818) 313-9393. “Glory Hidden in an Empty Tomb” will be the Easter message delivered by Rev. John Moll, 7 and 11 a.m. Sunday, St. John’s Lutheran Church, 6220 Corbin Ave., Tarzana. Call (818) 342-6934. Easter services, 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 14646 Sherman Way, Van Nuys. Call (818) 785-4251. Children’s Easter party and services: 10:30a.m. today; 9 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church of North Hollywood, 4832 Tujunga Ave. Call (818) 763-8231. Easter pageant, presented by the Alliance of Churches of Agua Dulce and Acton, 3:30 p.m. today and 5 a.m. Sunday at Vasquez Rocks, Antelope Valley Freeway to Agua Dulce Canyon Road, north to stop sign, continue straight to Vasquez Rocks entrance. Call (661) 268-1488. Holy Saturday and Easter services: 7:30 p.m. today and 7 and 11a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday, St. Finbar Roman Catholic Church, 2010 W. Olive Ave., Burbank. Call (818) 846-6251 or see www.stfinbarburbank.org. Easter vigil and services: led by the Right Rev. Jon Bruno, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, 7:30 p.m. today and 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday, St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 3646 Coldwater Canyon Ave., Studio City. Call (818) 763-9193 or see www.stmikessc.org.
0Shares0000Chelsea’s French striker Olivier Giroud celebrates his goal against Southampton during the FA Cup semi finals on April 22, 2018LONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 22- Chelsea booked an FA Cup final showdown with Manchester United as Olivier Giroud tormented Southampton again with a sublime strike in Sunday’s 2-0 win at Wembley.Giroud has made a habit of scoring against Southampton and the France forward was their nemesis in a one-sided semi-final. Opting to select Giroud instead of Alvaro Morata proved a shrewd move by Chelsea manager Antonio Conte as the former Arsenal star produced a tremendous piece of skill to break the deadlock early in the second half.Giroud has feasted on Southampton this season, scoring twice to spark Chelsea’s 3-2 win last weekend and also netting a late equaliser against them for Arsenal in December.His fourth goal for Chelsea since his January signing was followed by a late header from substitute Morata, setting up a heavyweight final against United at Wembley on May 19.That will be Chelsea’s last chance to win major silverware at the end of a troubled season.Chelsea’s 13th FA Cup final appearance will be a repeat of the 2007 showpiece, when Jose Mourinho’s men won 1-0.The Blues, back in the final after losing to Arsenal in May, last won the competition in 2012 and are bidding to lift the trophy for the eighth time.Winning the FA Cup might not be enough to convince either Conte or Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich that their two-year partnership should be extended.Conte has spent much of the season complaining about Chelsea’s failure to back his transfer plans, while several of his players are believed to be unhappy with his demanding training sessions and intense personality.The Blues face a tough task to qualify for the Champions League via a top four finish in the Premier League as they trail fourth placed Tottenham by five points.Against that backdrop, winning the Cup would at least provide an uplifting conclusion to a frustrating campaign.For Southampton, the focus returns to their desperate battle to avoid relegation, with just four games left to climb out of the bottom three.There were a significant number of empty seats in the Southampton end of the stadium and the stay-away fans were vindicated by their struggling team’s lacklustre display.– Nimble Giroud –Southampton’s Polish defender Jan Bednarek (L) clears the ball from the path of Chelsea’s French striker Olivier Giroud during the English FA Cup semi-final at the Wembley Stadium on April 22, 2018They had little chance of a famous Cup upset with Eden Hazard at his stylish best.Hazard threatened with a fierce strike that flashed just over from 25 yards.Then the Belgian embarked on a surging run from deep in his own half before slipping a pin-point pass to Willian, who cut back inside and blasted against the crossbar.Giroud was warming to the task of giving Southampton another headache and he went close to breaking the deadlock with an acrobatic volley before half-time.Chelsea’s dominance was finally rewarded in the 46th minute.Cesc Fabregas lofted a pass towards Hazard and he controlled brilliantly in mid-air before slipping the ball through to Giroud.There was still work for Giroud to do and he side-stepped three defenders with surprising grace, his nimble foot-work giving him just enough space to slot home from close-range.Hazard was virtually unstoppable and he scythed through again before curling just wide.Southampton’s Charlie Austin appealed in vain for a penalty after Giroud left his arm out to block the forward’s header.Finally coming out of their shell, Mark Hughes’ side almost drew level when Nathan Redmond’s long-range drive was pushed away by Caballero.But it was too little, too late and Morata came off the bench to wrap up the win with just his third goal in his last 19 appearancesMorata, who has failed to impress since his move from Real Madrid last year, was furious after being hauled off at Burnley.Just days later, he was all smiles when he nodded home from Cesar Azpilicueta’s 82nd minute cross.0Shares0000(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)
The unselfish attitude hasn’t been lost on Paolo, who cites the versatility of his backline among the team’s biggest strengths. “They’ve all played sweeper on their respective club teams, so they’re all like little gnats back there pressuring the ball,” he said. “I tell them to go mark someone, and they take it as a personal challenge to make sure they can’t even turn, let alone score. I can’t say enough about what they’ve done.” Anderson and Thielhart were accustomed to playing with Amy Butala and Jennifer LaMoure on defense last season, before Paolo decided to give the sweeper responsibilities to the freshman Sargent halfway through the season. “It’s hard to bring one person into the mix, but we just clicked right away,” said Anderson, who has helped the Bulldogs win an area-best 38 games the past two seasons. “I think it’s definitely a huge asset (to have more than one sweeper). If Erika were to get hurt, Amanda or I can go back into her position, and we’d still be OK.” After Paolo made the decision to move LaMoure to an outside midfield position to bolster Highland’s attack, the result was more goals – and more shutouts. “We have the best chemistry you can find in high school,” said Sargent, who has a goal and three assists. “We never fight, there’s no arguing, and without the two of them, I wouldn’t feel whole back there. I know a lot of teams respect our defense because we’re so solid and we stay strong (throughout the game).” Although the chemistry has helped Highland record some impressive victories, including Thursday’s 4-0 triumph over previously unbeaten Lancaster (14-1-3, 5-1-1), they’ve yet to win at Quartz Hill. The Bulldogs hope to tonight. “It gives us so much motivation because it’s one of our biggest games of the year,” Thielhart said. “Everyone wants to put so much effort into the game and everyone wants to contribute. It’s something we really want to do.” Erik Boal, (818) 713-3607 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card With senior goalkeeper Kellie Drenner and junior defensive midfielder Alex Fulladosa, the three defenders have been instrumental in Highland (16-2-2 overall, 7-0-0 Golden) surrendering only 11 goals and recording 11 shutouts entering today’s 6 p.m. showdown at rival Quartz Hill (9-5-2, 5-1-1). “For us, it’s a really big pride thing,” said Thielhart, who scored her first goal of the season in Tuesday’s 8-0 romp over Antelope Valley. “We can’t even let (our opponent) get a shot off or we feel like we’re letting our team and our school down.” One of the primary things Paolo stressed when he took charge of the program last season was team defense. The result was a school-record 18 shutouts, the most of any area girls’ team. “Teams have to be built from the back forward or else it won’t work,” said Anderson, who ranks among Bulldogs leaders with six assists. “It’s exciting to score and assist on goals, but I really like (playing defense). “At the beginning of every game, we have team goals and personal goals. One of them is, obviously, to keep our (run of) shutouts going.” Samantha Johnson and Farryn Townley are enjoying record-setting seasons for Highland High’s girls’ soccer team. Although Bulldogs coach Juan Paolo is impressed with the production of his offensive standouts, ask him which statistics most delight him, and without hesitation, the words “goals allowed” and “shutouts” come out of his mouth. Johnson’s 28 goals – tying Sahar Haghdan’s school record (2002-03) for most in a season – and Townley’s 23 assists, which passed Diana Mendez’s mark of 22 set last season, have been big reasons why Highland is alone atop the Golden League standings. Thanks to the backline play of seniors Hillary Anderson and Amanda Thielhart and sophomore Erika Sargent, the Bulldogs plan on staying there.
A group of divers from Dublin ventured out to Arranmore island over the Bank Holiday weekend and documented their fascinating dive.This is the sixth year the divers have run the trip as Daniel McAuley, one of the instructors, said that Donegal has some of the best diving spots in Europe. Oceandivers rented houses on Rutland island and encountered many different types of wildlife, including dolphins and seals.Daniel gave a special mention to the people of Burtonport, who showed the divers traditional Donegal hospitality and “went out of their way to help” at all times.A special thanks to Sarah Tallon for sharing her incredible snaps of the trip with us. For more information on Oceandiver’s trips, you can visit their Facebook page.DDTV: Fascinating dive in Arranmore Island was last modified: August 2nd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Arranmore IslanddublinoceandiversPhotography
This is the first count for Donegal South WestELECTORATE: 64,158TOTAL POLL: 31,068 SPOILED VOTE: 352VALID POLL: 30,716Davis Mary – 600Gallagher Sean – 9,912 Higgins Michael D – 7,093McGuinness Martin – 8,738Mitchell Gay – 1,620Norris David – 916Scallon Dana Rosemary – 1,777 EndsPRESIDENTIAL ELECTION – DONEGAL SOUTH WEST FIRST COUNT was last modified: October 28th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal South West first count
SANTA CLARA — Coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch looked as comfortable as ever sitting next to each other and taking turns to answer reporters’ questions as training camp opened Firday. It’s been a familiar scene since this 49ers’ regime took shape in 2017.This time, however, they took turns disputing a recent report of “friction” among them.“For anyone to question our relationship is the stupidest thing ever. Hang around us,” Shanahan said with a snippy tone. Three …