Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 E.H. Mott Learning Center Named for Wolf Lake TeacherThe learning center is being dedicated in memory of Eudeen Hamer-Mott. Mrs. Mott worked in the Orange County Public Schools for 20 years and retired in 2010 while serving at Wolf Lake Elementary School in Apopka. Mrs. Mott passed away from health complications on August 8, 2014.Eugene Hamer MottApopkans have an opportunity to remember Mrs. Mott and make a lasting tribute to family and friends through the brick fundraising campaign sponsored by the E. H. Mott Learning Center. The Center’s “Paving a New Way” fundraiser allows individuals to purchase laser engraved bricks for installation on the grounds of one of Orlando’s most prestigious historical sites.Brick’s purchased in Mrs. Mott’s memory will help fund start-up operations, assist with needed repairs and will help to purchase initial school supplies for the 2016-2017 school year. Brick donations are tax deductible.Each 4X8 brick can be engraved with up to three lines, 20 characters (including punctuation and spaces) per line. Each 8X8 brick can be engraved with up to six lines, 20 characters (including punctuation and spaces) per line. Bricks can be purchased by individuals for $75 (4X8) or $200 (8X8); groups for $100 (4X8) or $250 (8X8); or by corporations for $150 (4X8) or $500 (8X8). You can purchase just one paver or several. Engravings can be purchased in your name or the name of a friend or family member; in celebration of a birth, graduation, wedding or anniversary; in honor of a soldier or veteran; or in memory of someone you love.Bricks may be purchased through E. H. Mott Learning Center, 631 Sun Bluff Lane, Apopka, FL 32712 or online here.For more information or to request an order form, please send an email to [email protected] or call Carmen Hamer, 443-694-1158. Tax deductible donations of any amount can be made here. TAGSeugen hamer mottWolf Lake Elementary Previous articleHCC brings Hope Back to Hawthorne AvenueNext articleGet moving! 6 ways to add steps to your day Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
LimerickNews“Urgent action” needed to tackle youths gathering and flouting public health guidelines at scenic Limerick walkwayBy David Raleigh – February 25, 2021 1197 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Previous articleMunster defence “coming together nicely” ahead of Cardiff clashNext articleLISTEN: Cian Lynch speaks about maintaining skill level during the lockdown David Raleigh WhatsApp Facebook A Limerick politician has called for “urgent action” to address groups of youths gathering at a scenic Limerick walkway and flouting public health guidelines and intimidating members of the public.Independent Councillor Frankie Daly said groups of youths have been converging at Canal Bank, Limerick, without wearing face masks and causing a disturbance.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “People do not feel safe on the Canal Bank, they feel uneasy even just going for a walk, it’s sad to say, but that’s the truth of it,” said Cllr Daly.He has been contacted by local residents complaining after youths have been gathering for the past number of weeks beneath a flyover bridge on the bank, intimidating people.Cllr Daly said a glass bottle was thrown at a female as she cycled along the bank last week and that two females, who were walking along the bank were assaulted and robbed.“It’s not the gardai’s fault, it’s a resources issue, I know a lot of gardai are out doing Covid-19 checkpoints, but urgent action is needed,” Cllr Daly said.A video recorded two weeks ago shows a large group of youths at Canal Bank gathered together not wearing masks and generally causing a disturbance to local residents.“This is causing fear for walkers and joggers an cyclists. There were two young females attacked the other night, it reminds me of the movie Fallen Down when Michael Douglas’ character is sitting by a rock and he’s ordered to pay a toll by two other men who approach him,” Cllr Daly said.“People are afraid to walk freely, there needs to be more garda visibility on the canal bank.”“These are large groups of young teenagers aged from around 14 years upwards, and they are breaking every public health rule under the sun.““It’s a huge problem when the message isn’t getting through, and we could be under lockdown for longer.”Gardai said they are to increase patrols along the walkway in response to the concerns.“Community Policing Units in Henry Street Garda Station and Mayorstone Garda Station will be increasing the number of patrols of the Canal Bank in Limerick City to prevent and detect incidents of anti-social behaviour, ensure compliance to Covid-19 Regulations and to keep the community safe,” a Garda spokesman said. Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Print Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Twitter Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGScovid19Keeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick
Read Full Story A group of students at Harvard Divinity School has organized an interfaith service for World AIDS Day titled “Beloved Community, Beloved Work, Moving Forward in Life.” The service will be hosted by the Natural Dharma Center at 5 Longfellow Park in Cambridge, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., on Tuesday, December 1.Rod Owens, a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism at the Natural Dharma Center and an M.Div. candidate at HDS, will lead a sitting meditation from 6:30 to 7 p.m. The formal service will begin at 7:15 p.m. and include music, guided chanting, and reflections from people in the Boston area who are living with HIV.“I have been active in HIV/AIDS prevention and education since college,” Owens said. “World AIDS Day is a reminder for me that we still have AIDS, and the communities I identify with are the most impacted by it. I have to do what I can to be an agent of healing for my community. Part of that healing means helping to organize spaces where we can express our struggle, pain, and loss as well as our joy and celebrations.”The program’s title, “Beloved Community, Beloved Work, Moving Forward in Life,” was chosen to emphasize the student organizers’ belief that healing spiritually from the trauma of HIV/AIDS is valuable, communal work. It is also a reminder that this work is not only about death, but about life.
Al Shabaab fighters At least 12 soldiers have been killed after Islamist al-Shabab militant attacked a government base in Rage Celle district, of Somalia’s Lower Shabelle region.The al-Qaeda-linked militants also attacked with mortars an African Union troop base in the area, which is 180km north of the capital, Mogadishu, to stop reinforcements being sent to help the government soldiers.Al Shabaab, which wants to topple a Western-backed government in Mogadishu, has in the past stepped up the number of raids during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which began in mid-June and ends this week.Captain Nur Olow, a military officer from Rage Ceele, in Middle Shabelle region in central Somalia, said two al Shabaab fighters were killed during the raid.“Al Shabaab attacked us early in the morning – we lost four soldiers but repulsed them,” Olow said.Al Shabaab’s military operations spokesman, Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab, told Reuters his fighters had killed a dozen soldiers in the raid.“We briefly seized the base and killed 12 soldiers and took their guns. We also took all the weapons and ammunition in the base,” he said.In the past, al Shabaab has exaggerated the number of soldiers it has killed, while officials have played down losses.Meanwhile ,the top United Nations official in Somalia has ondemned “in the strongest terms” a series of deadly terrorist attacks against an African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) base and two hotels in the country capital of Mogadishu which resulted in numerous casualties.The attacks committed by the Islamist extremist group Al-Shabaab – reportedly caused the death and injuries of civilians, members of the security forces, AMISOM troops and Government officials and come as the Muslim world celebrates its holy month of Ramadan.