The Social Cohesion Ministry in collaboration with the Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice) Regional Democratic Council on Wednesday, February 28, commissioned a recreational ground in the Paradise community.Regional Community Enhancement Officer, Dolston Huston said the ground, which was officially commissioned by Social Cohesion Minister with responsibility for Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr George Norton, will expand the sporting fraternity ofSocial Cohesion Minister with responsibility for Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr George Norton and children of Paradise cutting the ribbon for the opening of the groundthe Mahaica-Berbice region beyond their dreams.The ground was fenced to the tune of $7 million and works commenced on November 22, 2017. Its completion was slightly delayed due to adverse weather conditions. “Not only does the community have a fenced recreational facility now, but 85 per cent of the labour force during the rehabilitation was from the community, even the blocks were bought in the very community,” Huston explained.“The project is a dream come through for many,” Chairman of the Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) Emile Wilson highlighted and expressed profound gratitude on behalf of the residents.
A new residential subdivision is expected to bring beauty and new home features to Fort St. John.The subdivision – located in the city’s west end – will be more than 30 hectares in size, consisting of approximately 250 homes, along with a man-made lake, walking trails and park.- Advertisement -The lake and park will take up slightly more than a hectare of the subdivision and homes will be constructed surrounding the area.The majority of the subdivision will be single family dwellings and around 10 per cent of the homes will be multi-family residences, such as duplexes.One new feature the homes will include is walk-out basements something that has never been done in this city, says Ron Brar, project manager for Peace Holdings, the land developer.The land has already been cleared in anticipation of the development and Brar says the installation of all underground utilities is expected to be completed within the next week. He adds that the City is supposed to start paving 108 St. in October.Advertisement There is also potential for a commercial area to be situated next to the subdivision, which could accommodate a gas station, grocery store, or even a school.Peace Holdings and Peace Enterprises are the two corporations working in conjunction to develop the land and build the houses in the area.The first lots facing 108 St. will be available for purchase at some point this fall, says Brar, adding that Peace Enterprises will begin construction on six homes over the winter.The development of the land is expected to be completed within five years and the houses should all be completed within the next ten years.Advertisement
– Advertisement -Hedges recognizes Lynnette Cordonier and the many others that have a passion for making the annual event a success. This year $9,150.00 was raised for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation. Since 2012 a grand total of $46,167.00 has been raised by this annual event going to support the hospital. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – For the past eight years Unforgettable Memories Foto Source has been hosting annual photos with Santa Claus and all proceeds going to the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation. Niki Hedges, Executive Director for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation expressed thanks to the Christmas theme decorators and the bakers of the gingerbread cookies, she then included, and of course, Mr. & Mrs. Santa who also made special Christmas party appearances and donated the proceeds to the Foundation.
LIFESTYLE: Less is more when it comes to make-up in the summer.A dewy look can easily turn to an oil-slick look as make-up melts and eyeliner slides across the face as the day wears on.FIVE essential products to avoid this happening include: 1. Primer- this is applied after moisturiser and before foundation. A primer gives a good base for foundation and helps to maintain a lasting good.It also helps to give longer foundation coverage.This Stay Flawless product is advertised as an über-long-lasting primer but at €35.50, it is quite expensive. Garnier 5 Second Perfect Blur Primer 30mlI would avoid this if you are prone to an oily complexion as it can give a ‘too shiny’ look. It’s currently on offer at Cara Pharmacy at €12.79.This Rimmel Product is a good option for oily-skins. Priced at €8.25, it eliminates shine and smooths the skin.2. Set foundation with translucent powder. This also helps to maintain coverage. Try and use one with a high SPF. Sometimes changing to use a powder make-up or foundation doesn’t have oil as an ingredient also helps to reduce shiny complexions.3. Use a waterproof eyeliner.4. Apply a waterproof mascara. 5. Lipstick can appear a little heavy in the summer, a pop of colour from a vibrant gloss stands out just as much.LIFESTYLE: STAY-PUT MAKE-UP IN THE SUMMER was last modified: July 24th, 2013 by John2Share 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 Daily LifestyleLIFESTYLE: STAY-PUT MAKE-UP IN THE SUMMER
Manchester City star Davild Silva plays in the snow 1 Richard Scudamore has responded to Sam Allardyce’s call for a winter break by revealing his belief it has “more prospects than I can remember”.He also said, however, that “something has to give” for one to be agreed, and that an agreement cannot be reached until the next Premier League broadcasting deal is discussed in late 2017 at the earliest.On Monday – Allardyce’s first day as England manager – the 61-year-old said a mid-season break “would help the Premier League and us at international level if we could achieve that”.FA chief executive Martin Glenn recognised that one could not be in place before the 2019/20 season. Premier League executive chairman Scudamore has added the organisation remains “open-minded” to it, but that there remain numerous hurdles to overcome.“There are more prospects for it than I can remember,” said the 56-year-old at the launch of Premier League 2, a competition that will succeed Under-21s football for the 24 teams involved.“The Football League and the FA, Martin Glenn particularly, wants to see it happen,” added Scudamore.“We are having discussions but it’s not easy due to the calendar of different competitions. If it can practically work we are up for listening to it. We are open-minded and keen if we can make it work. We have widened it out to the stakeholders with what is possible.“We all know what we have to do to create space and something has to give. It would have to be decided by (the) next TV market (agreement), which is sometime end of 2017, and start of 2018.”
A judge has told a Falcarragh man he needs to get straight ‘A’s in his probation report when he comes before him again or he could face jail.Manus Doohan, 19, of Ballina, appeared at Falcarragh District Court charged with a number of offences including assault and causing criminal damage.They included striking the owner of Josie’s Bar, Josie Gallagher, and also putting a gas cylinder through the window of a taxi-rank after asking local Gardai to arrest him. On another occasion, Doohan, the youngest of five boys, was found in a ditch by Gardai and claimed he had been the victim of a hit and run and was seriously injured.But when Garda traveled to Letterkenny General Hospital to check on him, they discovered he had not been injured at all.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher told the court that drink was the problem with his client but that he had been dry since last July and hadn’t gone out since.The court was told that Doohan was facing a total of 23 charges before the court.Judge Paul Kelly said a number of those charges related to offences which were committed on bail for other offences.“I heard all this in April 2011 and I decided he was a young man worthy of being given an opportunity to see how things go but within a month he is engaged in assault and public order matters.“You are building up a lot of trouble for yourelf and given numerous opportunities to adjust your behaviour but you seem determined to throw it back in our faces. You are on bail and it doesn’t seem to be changing,” said Judge Kelly.He adjourned the matter until April 17th but warned Doohan it was his final chance.“I am strongly considering a custodial sentence for the offence committed on bail. If his behaviour is good I might be persuaded to suspend it but depends on him getting straights A’s in his probation report and that he is doing something about alcohol,” warned the judge.* Comments on this article are closed as the case is ongoing.JUDGE TELLS FALCARRAGH MAN HE NEEDS STRAIGHT ‘A’s OR FACE JAIL was last modified: January 17th, 2013 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:assaultcourtcriminal damageFalcarraghJudge Paul KellyManus Doohan
Burt GAA Club Notes Congratulations to the Burt U14 footballers who won the Inishowen A Final after a tough match against Malin on Friday night.The final score line was Burt 2-12 Malin 3-8 and all credit to the young players and coaches, they showed great character and skill to take the match by one point. It was 24 years since Burt last won the U14 title and only their second final in that span.Both teams showed tremendous effort and it all came down to an exciting finale. Sean McHugh and Shaun Murphy deserve praise for their hard work and energy shown to the team all year. The season’s not over yet, with the Northern Board league and championship to play. The team and panel was: Mark McElheinney, Conor Bradley, Tom Doherty, Craig Brogan, Shaun Gallagher, Kyle Long, Jonathan McDaid, Sean McHugh, Stephen McCafferty, Jordan Arbuckle, Mark Coyle, Ryan (Spiky) McLaughlin, Ryan Doherty (Goose), Tony Cregan, Calvin Gallagher, Matthew Doherty, Paul Gallagher, Kyle MCGrath, Aaron Doherty (Goose), John Paul Hegarty, Ciaran Bradley, Shane O Donnell, Keith Grant, Dermot Quinn.The U14 camógs travelled to Kilconieron for the Galway All-Ireland Féile, which took place at the weekend past. Unfortunately, Burt lost all three games to host club Kilconieron, St Colmans and Drumree. However only four of the girls are overage again next year, where Burt will vie for a sixth Féile in a row.Many thanks to Manus O Donnell, Dr Steele, Cathy Ann McKinney and everyone who helped with the children over the last few months and at the Féile. Many thanks also to Reddins Bus and driver Brian for helping transport the Camogie team.The VHI/GAA Summer Camps is on in Burt this Monday 4 July to Friday 8 July. It runs from 10am – 2.30pm each day. It costs €65 for each child, €50 for a second family member or additional child. Contact Johnny Downey (086 3066874) or any underage coach. It is open for any child under 13. Check with schools also. Johnny is accepting deposits and will discuss payments in person. Please let him know if your child is attending (for camp numbers). The senior hurlers got the championship off to a great start with a 3-12 to 2-8 win over Setanta up in The Cross last Wednesday evening. Burt got off to a poor start with two goals conceded in the opening quarter.Despite this, Burt felt they could overcome the 2-4 to 0-6 deficit at half-time and everybody stepped up in the second half to show the strength-in-depth the team has. The backline put in a powerful second half which greatly made it easier for the forwards to get scores. In the opening five minutes, Burt hit 1-2 and took the lead and they soldiered on in the last quarter with two goals killing off the Killygordon side.This Wednesday 29 June, Burt are home to MacCumhaills. The U12 Blue and Gold team are home to Urris this Tuesday evening. Johnny will be in contact with parents about times. U12/13/14 football training is on Saturday mornings at Hibernian Park from 10.30 -12 noon. Please remember to bring your water bottle for hygiene reasons.Anyone that has lotto cards or who sells lottos for the club, please remember to hand them into your coach at training. The U14 footballers defeated Gaoth Dobhair last Tuesday evening in Burt 5-4 to 2-9. They play MacCumhaills this Friday. The U8 Hurling and Football Academy is on Monday nights in Hibernian Park, Burt. Training starts from 6pm to 7.30pm. Any new players/members are welcome. Can parents please send lunch/drink with their child for the mid-session break. If anybody has any questions, please feel free to contact any of the coaches at anytime.The coaches and their numbers: Martin McGrath – 087 7431332; Rory Grant – 087 7763668; Benny Harrigan – 086 8670070; Johnny Downey – 086 3066874. Finally, the club and team managers extend a warm invitation for any parents that would like to help out the coaches at these sessions in any way. All help no matter how big or small is greatly appreciated! U10 hurling training is on Monday nights from 6-7.30. U10 football training is on Saturday afternoons from 12-1.15pm Fixtures for the first group of games for Senior, U16 and U12 hurley is up in the clubhouse for seniors and you can also view it on our online club calendar at: http://tiny.cc/mTtmC. All upcoming games for underage and senior teams are also available on the site. The U12 and U16 hurlers play Strabane this Thursday night. The U12s are away whilst the U16s are at home. Anybody who has Burt gear ordered should contact Liam McKinney (086 3558398) about collecting.A number of stock is also available from Liam for anybody looking for extra gear. Just a reminder to all members and local community that there is a charity clothes bank beside the Burt clubhouse. The ‘Cash for Clobber’ bank is a good way to get free of unwanted clothes and it benefits both the Club and the charity it goes to. There will be a fundraising concert with local artists and Comedy sketch DIY 2 by The Swan Players in aid of Beart GAA Club and local charities. It will take place in Burt hall on Wednesday 29th June 2011 at 8pm. Adult 5 euro and children 3 euro. Family concessions. Cast Father – Frank – Eddie Murphy; Mother – Majella – Catherine Carlin; Son – Mark – Ciaran Bradley; Son – Owen – Kevin Carlin; Neighbour – Pam – Maureen Boyle; Neighbours Grandson – Joseph – Denver Doherty. CLG Beart is having a fundraising dance in aid of the club and Evans school of dancing. @Jigs n Rigs’ will be held in the Halfway House on Friday 26 August. There will be a few professionals and a few amateurs ‘trying’ to irish dance.GAA: BURT CLUB GAA NOTES was last modified: June 27th, 2011 by gregShare 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:GAA: BURT CLUB GAA NOTES
REVEALED 2 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Vazquez was linked with a move to West Ham last week Vazquez has caught the eye since joining Sevilla in 2016 LATEST Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Latest transfer news Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade West Ham have made an official bid to sign Franco Vazquez from Sevilla, according to reports.The 29-year-old, capped twice by Italy, has starred for Sevilla since joining the LaLiga side in 2016 from Palermo. moving on TOP WORK three-way race Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father targets The Hammers were said to have expressed an interest in Vazquez last week, and Marca now say the east London club have pushed forward with their attempts to sign the attacker by submitting an ‘official proposal’ for him. LIVING THE DREAM Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star IN DEMAND targets RANKED 2 Vazquez scored five goals and created a further seven in 44 appearances last season, and previous reports have stated that Sevilla would only sell him for around £35million, the value of the release clause in Vazquez’s contract. There is no indication as to how much West Ham have offered in their proposed package. Manuel Pellegrini, the new West Ham manager, has been incredibly busy this summer, with Lukasz Fabianski, Andriy Yarmolenko and Issa Diop signed from Swansea, Borussia Dortmund and Toulouse respectively, while Jack Wilshere and Ryan Fredericks have been brought to the London Stadium on free transfers.
Following the resounding success of the initial run in February, the staff and students of the Rosses Community School are delighted to announce that they are back. The gang will again stage their fantastic musical ‘Back to the 80s’ on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th of April at 8pm in Ionad Spoirt na Rosann.From the era that brought the world The Rubik’s Cube, Max Headroom and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comes this “totally awesome” musical from the Rosses Community School – in the style of movies such as Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and The Karate Kid.Join the graduating class of William Ocean High School as they live through their final senior year, narrated through the eyes of Corey Senior (Alan Cowley) – as they experience the fun, the heartbreak, the loves and the loneliness of growing up…. all set to the biggest hits of the 80′s!!By staging the musical again, we hope that people returning home for the Easter holidays will get the chance to see the outstanding talent of the young people of the Rosses. The students stunned the crowds back in February and the show promises to be just as amazing this time around.Tickets can be bought at the door, 10 euro per adult and 5 euro per child with an opening night special of a family of 4 €20. Doors open at 7:30pm with show beginning at 8pm. If anyone would like further information about ‘Back to the 80’s’ please feel free to contact the Rosses Community School on 95 21122.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailyROSSES COMMUNITY SCHOOL GOES BACK TO THE 80s – AGAIN! was last modified: April 4th, 2012 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:rosses community school
Carmen Schrock had survived a cougar attack in 1998, during a family camping trip near Metaline Falls. She was 5 when a cougar tore apart pieces of her skull before her mother frightened away the animal, which was later killed. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Authorities identified the victims as Carmen Schrock, 12; Jana Schrock, 10; Corina Schrock, 8; Jerrill Schrock, 5, and Creig Schrock, 2. Jeffrey Schrock, 38, was in serious condition at Sacred Heart Medical Center. The driver of the other vehicle was hospitalized in satisfactory condition. The eight-student Mennonite school in Chewelah, attended by three of the dead children, will be closed the rest of the week, said Dan Hertzler, who spoke for the nine families of the small religious community. “They have been a real and active part of the congregation since they were born,” Hertzler said of the five children who were killed. The Mennonites, members of a conservative Christian sect with Anabaptist origins, began moving into the Chewelah area in 1992, Hertzler said. They attended a small church in one of only two Mennonite communities in Eastern Washington. SPOKANE, Wash. – A vehicle crossed a median into oncoming traffic and collided with a pickup truck, killing five children in the pickup and seriously injuring their father, State Patrol officers said Wednesday. The cause of the Tuesday afternoon wreck hadn’t been determined, but there were no indications that alcohol, drugs or excessive speed were involved, Trooper Jeff Sevigney said. No charges had been filed. Jeffrey B. Schrock and his children, who lived in a tiny Mennonite community north of Spokane, were in the extended cab of a southbound truck that collided with a northbound vehicle that crossed the grassy median of U.S. 395.