Ards Forest car park reopens to locals

first_img By News Highland – May 18, 2020 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleProposed wind farm to create 60 jobs during constructionNext articleExcitement and caution as businesses reopen in Donegal News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Facebook Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img Ards Forest car park reopens to locals Pinterest Ards Forest car park has reopened to the public today as part of the slight easing of Covid-19 restrictions. Coillte’s forest parks will also be free of charge to all those who live within 5km of them.Social distancing measures will be put in place to protect public health and wellbeing and Coillte are asking the public to respect all measures put in place on site at Coillte forest parks.Daithi Forge from Collite says this easing of restrictions will only function if people continue to observe the COVID-19 guidelines:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Twitter Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

Media Intern – Global Leadership Forum (GLF)

first_img Reddit ← Research and Development Internship at Unilever2019 Similar Stories Tweet Share 0 Deadline: 3 May 2019Open to: applicants with excellent team and communication skills, mature, flexible, adaptable, dependable, and respectful within a diverse communityBenefits: USD 500 salary, lodging and meals, transportation during GLF programDescriptionThe Media Intern is part of the UWC-USA short course: Global Leadership Forum that will provide current or rising media professionals with the unique opportunity to tell the stories of young international youth in a dramatic and beautiful landscape while tackling meaningful problems. They will work in collaboration with the GLF Director to document the stories and events of the 2019 GLF summer program. The qualified candidate is able to internalize and model the UWC mission and core values, participate in a positive and inclusive environment, and maintain professional boundaries between participants and staff. Media Interns will develop a library of digital and marketing materials for the program and website, as well as assist GLF participants with their community project action plans.Responsibilities & Qualifications:Engage with the participants throughout the workshops and activities on campus, off campus, and in the wilderness;Create materials that will contribute to the website redesign plan;Create a Certificate of Completion for participants;Participate in 2-3 hikes and 3 days / 2 nights of camping;Current or graduating High School student Video & Photography;Take high-quality photographs and videos of staff and participants during staff training and the summer program;Take high-quality photographs and video of all programming components and activities during the summer program;Develop a weekly one-minute recap of the camp and participants;Create materials for outreach, promotion, and marketing using Facebook, Instagram, and other social media venues (e.g. SnapChat and Blogs);Lead and assist GLF participants in the creation of any digital media projects;Compile and organize all participant and staff created photography and video to be use and distributed for the 2018 cohort Social Media;Manage GLF Facebook account during GLF Staff training and summer program;Post updates, news, pictures, and videos highlighting the program and staff training on the GLF Facebook page;Create innovative social media quick-clips, showcasing the dynamic beauty of New Mexico and the diverse student cohort ResearchResearch online activity of exemplar camps and summer programs;Report to Director on social media best practices for exemplar camps and summer programs;Create a social media marketing and communications template plan for 2019 summer programming.EligibilityPreferred Qualities:Ability to work well in a team;Excellent communication skills;Mature, flexible, adaptable, dependable, and respectful within a diverse community;Independent Desired Qualities;Ability to work well in a team;Bilingual in English and one other language Contract Length;Staff Training June 19 – June 29 • GLF Program June 30 – July 20.BenefitsCompensation:USD 500;Lodging and Meals;Transportation during GLF program;Temporary Health Insurance (for non-US residents only).How to apply?Submit the following to Jason Brewer, GLF Director at [email protected] letter of intent explaining your interest in being the GLF Media Intern (250 – 500 words)A reel or a collection of links to your media work. Both video and still shots, if possibleTwo references listed. Please include their full name, title, relationship to you, email address and phone numberFor more information, please visit the official web page Media Intern – Global Leadership Forum (GLF)center_img LinkedIn 0 +1 Pocket March 8, 2019 Published by Bojana Westminster Undergraduate Full International Scholarship 2019 →last_img read more

Southern States Power Co. participates in the formation of the Agua Mansa, Bioenergy L.L.C.

first_imgThe project will combine the groundwork and preliminary development that SSPC has undertaken since the Riverside facility was first announced in March 2002 with the project management experience and capital of other groups that will comprise the Agua Mansa, L.L.C. By chloecox – Biomass from wood fuels 5 percent of Georgia electricity Southern States Power Co. participates in the formation of the Agua Mansa, Bioenergy L.L.C. Facebook 8.28.2002 Twitter RIVERSIDE, Calif., Aug. 28, 2002 — Southern States Power Co. Inc. announced that it has participated in the formation of the Agua Mansa, Bioenergy L.L.C., a Delaware company, to coordinate the development of a state-of-the-art biodiesel production facility in Riverside. Linkedin The Agua Mansa biodiesel facility will produce SSPC’s EPA-registered OxEG Biodiesel. As co-developers of the project, SSPC will contribute the land it has secured on which the plant will be built, in addition to its USDA subsidy for fuel produced from soybeans. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Source: Southern States Power Co. Inc. Harrison A. McCoy, III, SSPC’s chief executive officer and president, commented: “The opportunity to spearhead the development of a project of this magnitude is an important step in the progress of SSPC as a business development company. Since SSPC will participate in the Agua Mansa, L.L.C. with partners that contribute both capital and valued expertise, the plant can be completed while SSPC maintains a strong equity ownership with minimal dilution to our shareholders. TAGSSouthernCompany RenewablesBiomass Twitter Previous articleCFA report lists five ways deregulation disrupted the public/private balanceNext articlee7 electric companies to sign pacts with UN, others at world summit chloecox “Agua Mansa is designed to produce biodiesel that will not only meet ASTM standards but also the more stringent DIN 51606 specifications, allowing the fuel produced here to be introduced in virtually any market in the world. Additional sales can be generated from high grade by-products produced at the facility, further enhancing its revenue-generating potential.” Facebook Doosan Škoda supplying 42-MW steam generator to British waste-to-energy plant No posts to display Waste not: B&W among energy players touting methane-cutting trash power last_img read more

BASKETBALL — Lady Eagles start season with win

first_imgBob Hope Lady Eagles head coach Stephanie Jones noted that her team played great defense and was moving the ball well on offense during their strong season start at home Tuesday, beating the Hackberry, La., Lady Mustangs 26-22. Senior Esmeralda Cruz led the Lady Eagles with seven points while sophomore Aneth Mendoza scored five points. Sophomores Victoria Gutierrez and Jennifer Lopez each scored four points.Bob Hope will host Anahuac today at 5:30 p.m.last_img

DEATH NOTICES: Oct. 12, 2020

first_img Gloria Jean Cormier, 69, of Port Arthur, Texas died Thursday, October 8, 2020. Services will be 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 atLevingston Funeral Home – Groves. Donald “Donny” Romero, III, 36, of Groves, Texas died Wednesday, October 7, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home –Groves.Betty Guillory, 87, of Groves, Texas died Saturday, October 10, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Groves. Helen Kay Moore, 80, of Port Arthur, Texas died Wednesday, October 7, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Groves.center_img Next UpShawn Francis Hebert, 40, of Port Neches, Texas died Thursday, October 8, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home in Port Neches.Louis Boudreaux, Sr. 97, of Port Arthur, TX died Friday, October 9, 2020. Services are pending at Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.last_img read more

HFT introduces the PurgEye® 1000

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