Monthly Archives: March 2022

Newbridge Demesne in Donabate launches new historic park tour

As if there wasn’t already enough to do at the beautiful Newbridge House and Farm in Donabate, the park has now launched a new tour. Newbridge House and Farm are delighted to launch historic tours of Newbridge Demesne Park where the splendid stately home of Donabate is located. Newbridge is …

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Park District Presents Design for New Regional Park on Former Roddy Ranch Golf Course in Antioch

Roddy Ranch Regional Park Privileged concept Bird’s eye view and location map. Source: BERPD By Eddie Willis, Planner, East Bay Regional Park District Greetings Regional Park supporters! I am very pleased to announce that the East Bay Regional Park District and the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy, in partnership …

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Ukraine junior champion synchronized swimmer welcomed by Tralee community

A champion synchronized swimmer from Ukraine has found a temporary new home in Tralee after fleeing her homeland with her family. Mariia Maryntseva arrived in Tralee last week with her sister and their mother Olyna. Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the family fled their home in the capital, Kyiv, …

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Four years after Parkland shooting, advocates urge lawmakers to take action on gun control

It’s been four years since survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting sparked an international movement calling for an end to gun violence. Since then, more than a hundred thousand Americans have been killed with guns. Advocates from the group March For Our Lives say lawmakers’ inaction is …

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Loans for Golf Course | Payday Champion

Loans for Golf Course | Payday Champion

Which golf courses can you get loans from? The term “commercial golf course” refers to a type of mortgage that helps finance the golf course. Golf courses are categorized as a type of entertainment/recreational property under the commercial umbrella. Borrowers are able to put up to 30% down on purchasing a golf …

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How Oscar nominee Paul Tazewell prepared for the Oscars

Jeff KravitzGetty Images “When I design a film or a production, awards are not my goal,” says Paul Tazwell. “It’s somewhere hovering, but it’s not what I think of in terms of getting the job done.” That may be true, but this week Tazewell’s attention couldn’t help but be drawn …

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Upcoming Parkland Farmers’ Market features trade show and community outreach vendors – Parkland Talk

Inasmuch as By Sharon Aron Baron The upcoming Parkland Farmers’ Market includes community outreach, a trade show and delicious food. On Sunday, April 10, the Business Expo offers locals a one-on-one insight into their services, and the Community Awareness portion hosts Parkland-based nonprofits and several community groups. Customers will be …

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Who will replace Ashleigh Barty as world No. 1? Anyone even interested?

There is an opening in women’s tennis. This isn’t a generic invite or tantalizing endorsement deal, but the pinnacle – a chance for someone to grab the world No. 1 ranking, savor it, and fend off challengers with a fiery passion. Pardon the exaggeration, but there is nothing frivolous about …

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Nanna Koerstz Madsen targets second straight win as Jin Young Ko streak ends

CARLSBAD, Calif. — Nanna Koerstz Madsen shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to take a two-shot lead in the JTBC Classic in a bid to win on back-to-back starts. Two weeks after breaking through in Thailand to become Denmark’s first LPGA Tour champion, Koerstz Madsen was back on top at …

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Bowls are the perfect way to keep fit and make new friends in Exeter

Anyone looking to exercise, make new friends, and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere should consider joining one of the city’s thriving bocce clubs. That’s the message from Exeter’s Senior Adviser for Leisure and Physical Activity Cllr Duncan Wood, who has just completed a month-long course at the Isca Bowls Club at …

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City of Parkland Hosts Autism Awareness and Acceptance Event April 9 – Parkland Talk

Pine Trails Park at Parkland {City of Parkland} By Michelle Spitzer The Town of Parkland is hosting a Autism awareness and acceptance event in April with vapproves the sharing of educational resources. There will also be games, live music, arts and crafts, face painting, a petting zoo, and more. Parkland …

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Spring prep sports teams eagerly await first shot at state competition since 2019

This spring, Washougal High School athletes will have the chance to qualify for a Washington Interscholastic Interactivities Association (WIAA) State Championship for the first time since 2019. The WIAA canceled its entire 2020 spring sports season and 2021 state championships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We want to help the …

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Getting Personal with Martin Cox

Martin Cox – walking through life with a smile – and gray hair! Who are you? Martin Cox, Greens/Course Director at Ingestre Park Golf Club Family situation? Married with two adult sons. Who is your hero and why? I don’t have any heroes in particular, but I admire all those …

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Travel + Leisure Co. Completes $275 Million Term Securitization | News

ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 23, 2022– Travel + Leisure Co. (NYSE: TNL) today announced that it has entered into a forward securitization transaction involving the issuance of $275 million of asset-backed notes. Sierra Timeshare 2022-1 Receivables Funding LLC has issued approximately $88 million of Class A Notes, approximately $81 million of …

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North Carolina teacher resigns after video of him verbally attacking student

Society has come a long way in terms of managing, treating and educating our children. Gone are the days of wrapping a child on his knuckles with a ruler or having immature outbursts against children. Well, it looks like a staff member at Southwest Onslow High School didn’t get the …

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Parkland supplier warns of increased risk of diabetes in children

During the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals may have experienced stress, anxiety, grief, and worry, which can lead to lack of sleep and poor diet. Concerns about mental health and physical wellbeing have increased due to fear of the virus, job loss, new rules and mandates, and transitions to virtual work and …

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Polk County Golf League and Tournament Results

LEAGUE RESULTS Golf league results in Polk County through March 21 with format, date, event and winners by flight or class in alphabetical order. Cleveland Heights Tuesday Men’s, Draw and Quota Points, March 15: Fred Holnagel/Bob Shearer/Mike Cote/Clark DeGroat and Rick Bertrand/Kevin Mimbs/Keith Wightman/Gene Steffen tied at plus 3, Bob …

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‘As leisure travel picks up, we are optimistic for the financial year ahead,’ says Mahindra Holidays CEO

After a two-year lull for the hospitality industry, Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Limited chief Kavinder Singh is optimistic about the company’s growth over the next financial year. Singh, Managing Director and CEO, spoke with Activity area on the business expansion plan, adding additional destinations and goals for adding members. …

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Parkland is preparing to bring a new electric vehicle charging concept to its network

The winning concept will be used as part of an extension of Parkland’s ultra-fast electric vehicle charging network in British Columbia, according to Espey. “While EVs currently represent approximately 1% of total vehicles in Canada and the United States, we believe that in some markets, particularly British Columbia [BC]meeting the …

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Women’s golf UNK wins 36-hole Classic Pack

PUEBLO, Colo. (Press Release) – The Nebraska-Kearney Women’s Golf Team shot a total of 36 holes of 607 to win the Classic Pack Sunday night in Pueblo, Colo. The 15-team tournament, formerly known as the El Cheapo Classic, was hosted by Colorado State-Pueblo at par 72 Walking Stick GC Due …

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Union Grove voters will decide on a referendum on legalizing ATVs or golf carts next month | Elections

UNION GROVE — Road traffic in Union Grove could look very different if voters in the April 5 election signal a willingness to share the road with ATVs and golf carts. The village is holding an advisory referendum on whether the residents of Union Grove want to allow drivers of …

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Work with us on energy prices, leisure sector urges government

March 19, 2022 The government has been warned that rising energy costs could pose a threat to the nation’s health and wellbeing as ‘vulnerable’ swimming pools and leisure centers are at ‘major risk of closure’ “. ukactive says the energy crisis has hit the fitness and leisure sector at a …

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Jury selection date set for Parkland school shooter case

They set jury selection to begin on April 4 and run through April 6, with April 7 and 8 set aside for the completion of any depositions. PARKLAND, Fla. — Jury selection in the trial of Florida school gunman Nikolas Cruz is set to begin April 4, the judge said …

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Wood Wind Golf Course Focuses on New Offerings • Current Publications

As the name suggests, the game of golf is the centerpiece of the Wood Wind Golf Course. But that’s not the only attraction on the public course at 2302 W. 161st St. Cohoat & O’Neal Management COO Colin O’Neal wants members to know that Wood Wind isn’t just about golf. …

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Amazon’s Best-Selling Camping Chair Makes Movers & Shakers List

Amazon shoppers love the GCI Outdoor Camping Chair. Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share of purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. It may still only be March, but …

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Wynn Resorts honored on Travel + Leisure’s 2022 Global Vision Awards list

LA VEGAS, March 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Wynn Resorts has been recognized as the winner of the 2022 Travel + Leisure Global Vision Award. The award highlights companies, individuals, destinations and international organizations that strive to develop products, practices and more sustainable and responsible travel experiences. The winners were selected …

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Latest COVID-19 case numbers, deaths for Pierce County

Latest COVID-19 numbers for Pierce County. News Tribune Folder Pierce County reported 185 new cases of COVID-19 from March 6-12 and 11 deaths. The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department said Tuesday the number of cases was “lower than expected” due to technical issues. The department planned to update the tally later …

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The former Vistoso golf course to be transformed

TUCSON, Arizona – The 202 acres that were once the old Vistoso Golf Course are primed for new life and are poised to once again become a staple in the Oro Valley. Finalized payment for the property by The Conservation Fund was completed in February. Today, the Conservation Fund leads …

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Farnham Boxing Club sends aid container to Ukraine

FARNHAM and surrounding villages have once again mustered a huge emergency response – this time to support war-torn Ukraine. Countless aid drives, fundraising events and peaceful protests have been organized by concerned members of the public, groups, businesses, sports clubs and schools. And the first batches of donations have already …

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Buffalo Sabers help Florida Panthers in Atlantic

The Florida Panthers didn’t do themselves many favors when it came to the Atlantic Division standings on Sunday, despite picking up a point in a tough 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings in ‘a shooting. With the shootout loss, the Panthers lead in the Atlantic was reduced to four …

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Morri: TPS vs. TPC – Golf Australia Magazine – The Women’s Game

If money is the measure, The Players is clearly the superior event. Aaron Pike’s winning check after a three-hole play-off at Cypress Lakes was $36,000, which isn’t enough to enroll in the PGA Tour’s $20 million boondoggle purse split where last place earns $43,000. And if you scale the criteria …

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Bee Readers Tackle Church Shooting, Ukraine & Golf Bill

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide viewpoints on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. fake government “EXPLAINER: A Look at the Western Sanctions Toughening on Russia” (sacbee.com, March 4) Vladimir Putin made Russia a new autocracy. He has …

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How Dickens’ comedy series Pickwick brought its fans together | Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens comic novel The Pickwick Papersoften overlooked today as a lighthearted period piece, was once a matter of very serious concern to thousands of fans around the world, some of whom have adopted the personas of their favorite characters and founded appreciation societies. Now the first evidence that Mr …

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‘It only takes one person’: Historic Mott Park neighborhood residents come together to rejuvenate clubhouse and derelict grounds

Posted on March 12, 2022 By Tom Travis “It only takes one person to have that vision or to have that love for their community. And that person must be brave to come out and take the bull by the horns. It only takes one person, then they will gravitate …

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Liberal American cities are changing course and now cleaning up homeless camps

PORTLAND, Ore. — Makeshift shelters adjoin busy roads, tent cities line the sidewalks, tarps cover broken down cars and sleeping bags are hidden in store doors. The reality of the homelessness crisis in Oregon’s largest city cannot be denied. “I would be silly to sit here and tell you that …

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Fun for All: An abundance of fun and recreation options await

One thing the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us is our deep need for connection and activities that improve mental health. We are a social species and isolation is difficult for everyone. Being able to dialogue with others is essential to our well-being, just as much as our physical activity. All …

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Chapel Hill Public Library will hold a prescribed burn to combat invasive species

In the coming weeks, Chapel Hill Public Library will be holding a prescribed burn to control invasive plant species in Pritchard Park, located on the library grounds. The prescribed burn is part of a series of programs aimed at educating the community about the park’s ecosystem and biodiversity. It is …

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WATCH NOW: Pleasant Prairie Park is home to the village’s first disc golf course | Business

PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Snowmelt. Chirping of birds. Sunny sky. Hot winds. As the weather shifts from winter to spring, that can only mean one thing as the village prepares its new playground with rounded objects, chain-link and above-ground baskets waiting for you as you gather you, your family and a …

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Newsletter | Sports | lmtribune.com

Articles must be submitted in writing and are published chronologically and according to the space available. Information may be filed or mailed to the Tribune office, faxed to (208) 746-1185 or emailed to [email protected] Items should include a deadline or other time element. All articles are subject to change due …

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Connacht Hospitality Group sets ambitious fundraising target for 2022

Connacht Hospitality Group has set an ambitious goal of raising €100,000 for four worthwhile charities in 2022. Charities that will benefit from the year-long calendar of events include Claddagh Watch Patrol, National Breast Cancer Research Institute, Galway Hospice and Make-A-Wish Ireland. The entire team across the company has planned an …

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Parkland Co. (TSE:PKI) Fiscal Year 2022 Earnings Forecast Issued by Cormark

Parkland Co. (TSE:PKI – Get Rating) – Cormark raised its earnings per share estimates for the fiscal year 2022 for Parkland in a research note published Monday, March 7. Cormark analyst B. Watson now expects the company to post earnings per share of $2.96 for the year, up from its …

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Residents are encouraged to negotiate the development of Spring Creek

Lincoln County management is taking a hands-off approach when considering whether Spring Creek Golf Course should be turned into portions of a campground. That’s because county commissioners say they don’t have the power to sway the debate one way or another because the land is state land. Commissioners rejected a …

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The 12th Annual Barton Foundation Sporting Clay Shoot will take place April 24 at Camp Aldrich

The Barton Foundation aims to enhance the Barton student experience with its 12th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 24 at Camp Aldrich, 884 NE 110 Ave. in Claflin. Money raised is used for Faculty Mini-Grants, which Barton faculty members can use to …

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Carly Booth hails a ‘more supportive’ environment for girls in golf

But, in an exclusive interview to coincide with International Women’s Day, the Scottish trailblazer insisted more could be done to convince young women that golf is a “fun sport”. Booth was just 11 when she became Britain’s youngest women’s club champion at Dunblane New, having joined her older brother Wallace …

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Brisbane flood victims beg council to reinstate Voluntary Home Buy-Out Scheme to avert continued cycle of losses

Owners of flood-devastated homes are calling on the Lord Mayor of Brisbane to reinstate a voluntary buy-back scheme so their destroyed homes can be taken off the market and turned into parkland. Key points: As well as advocating for a home buyout scheme, Rocklea residents say it’s “shameful” that they …

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Spencer Torkelson and Riley Greene interview Spring Training

LAKELAND, Fla. — Riley Greene was the Tigers’ 2019 first-round pick, ranked No. 5 overall. Spencer Torkelson was the first overall pick, taken a year later. The two hitters have formed a close bond moving up the Tigers system together and both are knocking on the door to the big …

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After the fact, a Northeast Philadelphia civic association gives its approval to a tree-cutting project

A group of Northeast Philadelphia residents have approved a project that has already led to clear-cutting and felling of forests along the border of a private golf course in their neighborhood – and is expected to result in the removal of 43 other large trees elsewhere on the property. While …

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Melbourne Museum will open an immersive dinosaur attraction

Opening on 12and In March, the Melbourne Museum’s new immersive attraction – Triceratops: The Fate of the Dinosaurs – will feature one of the most complete Triceratops fossils in the world, giving the public the opportunity to come face-to-face with the fossil of 1 000 kg 67 million years old. …

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas Girls Track and Field Finish 1st; Boys 2nd Place – Parkland Talk

By: Matt Rothman It was a great day for the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas the track team on Wednesday, with the girls finishing first while the boys came in second. The two teams, which combined to go 11-1 this year, competed in Coral Springs High School against four other schools in …

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Neighbors fear losing ‘calm’ with development of former St. Paul golf course

Like other area residents, Julie and Jesse Harms say they want to see the old Hillcrest Golf Club redeveloped to include housing and jobs for low-income families. But they would certainly like the 112-acre site next to their backyard to also preserve the tranquility of the neighborhood they cherish. And …

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El Paso High School Sports Scoreboard March 3

High school baseball Ysleta 6, Jefferson 1 WP: Miguel Osorio 6 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 11 K’s Ysleta Strike leaders: Damian Contreras 2-3, 1 R Daniel Terrazas 2-3, 2B, 2 R, 1 RBI Alejandro Cinco 3-3, 2B, 4 RBI Horizon 9, Kermit 1 WP-Barry Miller 1 2K, 5 IP. …

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Plan to re-develop the historic Thomas family farm in Delafield Stalls

CITY OF DELAFIELD — After a three-year saga, the Thomas family on March 1 presented two options for redeveloping longtime family land near Interstate 94 to the planning commission, a proposal that has in the past sparked controversy. categorical opposition from residents. The two plans — both for a large …

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BREC Summer Camp Registration Opens March 5 | Ascent

BREC will open online summer camp registration at 9 a.m. on March 5 for East Baton Rouge Parish residents and March 15 for everyone else. Parents or guardians can register in person at the school of their choice or online at webtrac.brec.org for all locations. All summer camp sessions can …

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NRL clubs join other sports codes in rejecting sports betting advertising

In a first for the National Rugby League, two clubs – Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the South Sydney Rabbitohs have rejected sports betting advertising and joined Reclaim the Game, an NSW Government initiative to challenge the idea that betting are an integral part of sport. Online sports betting is the fastest …

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Go, go… Labor council lashes park for £600,000

The price of bankruptcy: Alison Butler once called another councilor a “lying cow” for suggesting she planned to sell parts of the borough’s parks. Butler never apologized The toxic legacy of Alison Butler, Hamida Ali, Tony Newman and the rest of her numpties was hammered home this morning, with an …

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11-year-old golfer Xeve Perez signs brand partnership with OnCore

11-year-old golf phenom Xeve Perez has signed as an official ambassador with OnCore Golf. OnCore Golf When Xeve Perez was two years old and visited Toys ‘R Us with his parents, he immediately headed for the plastic golf club section. During some of his first days on the golf course, …

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Adwaith, Dead Method, Murder Club, Benji Wild, BlueBelle, Don Leisure, Ailsa Tully – God is on TV

Reading time:8 mins, 27 seconds Happy Saint David’s Day! What better way to celebrate than to revel in some of the best new sound Wales has to offer right now? ! Adwaith – ETO West Walian Trio Adwaith returned last week with news of their highly anticipated second album …

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