Facebook9Tweet0Pin0 By Kaylene Fischer for The Gift Gallery LLC Not sure what to get mom, your wife, or are you a mom that would like to pamper yourself with a gift? Whichever it may be, The Gift Gallery has an exciting giveaway just for you.The Gift Gallery LLC in Tumwater is having a drawing for Mother’s Day. They will be giving away TWO gifts. One is a lovely gift basket with beauty products and a candle. The other is a LaTeeDa Oil Candle. You must enter in store, but no need to be present to win. Drawing will be held on Friday, May 8 by 5 p.m.While you’re there, have a look around to see what is new. The Gift Gallery has two new product lines in. One is a beautiful, bright ceramic line of décor by Drew DeRose from Boston, MA. From seashells, lanterns, candlesticks, boxes, to LED lights, you will be sure to love decorating your home with these items.Have you heard of Top Shelf Glasses? They are the fun, quirky wine glasses, coffee mugs, pilsner cups, beer mugs and more. They come individually in their own fun gift boxes. They are perfect for bridesmaids, groomsmen, dad, mom, football fans. You name it, Top Shelf has it. You can find these at The Gift Gallery in May.Two new vendors joined the store in April. Erica Gaspard with Crochet by Erica G., and Carole Heinzman with a variety of handmade items such as; placemats, key chains, survival bracelets and more.We are very excited to introduce you to Carla Belew with her all natural beauty line, Miracle Body Butter. Be sure to visit her on Facebook or her website to learn more, or come in to The Gift Gallery today.No matter what you’re looking for, what age you’re shopping for, you’re sure to find what you need at The Gift Gallery in Tumwater. Don’t forget they offer free gift baskets. You buy the items from the store and they will provide the basket, stuffing, wrapping and bow for free.Join us Saturday, May 9 for free Jewelry Appraisals with Randy Caverly and our food tasting from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.As always you can find us on Facebook, our website and you can now find us on Twitter!
Facebook343Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Providence Health & ServicesAs part of Providence St. Joseph Health’s commitment to behavioral health, free first aid training will be offered in Olympia and Centralia.Presenter Tony Cloud. Photo courtesy: Providence Health & ServicesThis 8-hour training course gives people the tools to identify when someone might be struggling with a mental health or substance use problem and to connect them with appropriate support and resources when necessary.Classes (open to the public) will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (pre-registration is required by emailing TonyCloudMHFA@gmail.com with your name, phone number, email address and date of course you would like to attend) See FLYER:Providence St. Peter HospitalMonday, June 19 -200 RoomsSaturday, July 15 – 200 RoomsSaturday, Aug. 26 – 200 RoomsMonday, Sept. 11 – CCU ClassroomMonday, Oct. 16 – CCU ClassroomSaturday. Nov. 18 – 200 RoomsSaturday, Dec. 16 – 200 RoomsProvidence Centralia HospitalMonday, July 24 – Professional Center Training Class RoomSaturday, Sept 9 – Mother Joseph Conference RoomSaturday. Oct 14 – Mother Joseph Conference RoomMonday, Nov. 20 – Professional Center Training Class RoomSaturday, Dec. 2 – Mother Joseph Conference RoomFor more information about the program, see the Mental Health First Aid – Info Sheet1 in 5 Americans has a mental illness, but many are reluctant to seek help or might not know where to turn for care. Unlike physical conditions, symptoms of mental health and substance use problems can be difficult to detect. For friends and family members, it can be hard to know when and how to step in. As a result, those in need of mental health services often do not get them until it is too late.Just as CPR helps even those without clinical training assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid prepares participants to interact with a person experiencing a mental health crisis. Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan that guides them through the process of reaching out and offering appropriate support.“Through this program, we hope to take the fear and hesitation out of starting conversations about mental health and substance use problems,” says Linda Rosenberg President and CEO of the National Council for Behavioral Health, which helped bring Mental Health First Aid to the U.S. in 2008. “When more people are equipped with the tools they need to start a dialogue, more people can get the help they may need.”In just ten years, Mental Health First Aid has become a full-blown movement in the United States—more than 800,000 people are certified Mental Health First Aiders, and that number is growing every day.
Image Courtesy: Liverpool/Twitter(@MoSalah)Advertisement py5fNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs4tqysWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E1kobnte( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ypnWould you ever consider trying this?😱1v2lyCan your students do this? 🌚9hkRoller skating! Powered by Firework As Jesus Christ’s miracle was the ability to walk on water, Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah has exhibited many miracles on the field. And now, he has gained the ability to not just walk, but sprint over the surface of water!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Liverpool/Twitter(@MoSalah)The Egyptian forward did a promotional video for Adidas on the launch of their new football boot, the X19+, as he is seen wearing the shoes and making a run onto a water body, after volleying a ball.Mo Salah as he runs on water (Image Courtesy: @MoSalah)The new boots, attributed to be ‘daringly fast’ and ultra-lightweight’ by the brand, who also described them on their official website as: “X isn’t just a boot. It’s a recognition that speed should prise open defences, not dart down blind alleys.”Advertisement The Adidas X19+ seen in the video. (Image Courtesy: @MoSalah)The 26 year old will don the new pairs throughout the upcoming season, as the Reds are onto a strong start after back to back wins over Norwich and Southampton, as Klopp’s side will take Arsenal head on this Saturday at Anfield.See the clip uploaded to the Mo Salah’s official Twitter, below.Advertisement The brand new boots are available to purchase at www.adidas.co.uk/football-shoes Advertisement
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MONMOUTH COUNTYResidents are invited to learn more about the Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan at a public information session to be held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, at the Rave Movie Theater, 2821 Route 35 in Hazlet.The plan, which is currently in the process of being updated by Monmouth County and participating municipalities, is a documented evaluation of the hazards to which communities are susceptible.The public session is being hosted by the Bayshore Emergency Management Association, a consortium of emergency managers from Atlantic Highlands, Aberdeen, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Keansburg, Keyport, Matawan, Middletown, Union Beach and Sea Bright.Visit monmouthsheriff.org for more information on the plan. FAIR HAVENThere will be a spring walk through the natural area of Fair Haven Fields at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18. Attendees will learn about the trees and plants they see walking the trails of these 40 acres of flora and fauna. The walk will be led by Jeff Dement, an American Littoral Society naturalist.The event is free and all people are welcome, but no dogs. Those attending should meet at the Ridge Road parking lot of Fair Haven Fields. RUMSONA start-of-the-summer tradition returns Saturday, June 8, when St. George’s-by-the-River hosts its annual Canterbury Fair, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., rain or shine.The truly old-fashioned fair appeals to all age groups. In addition to the highly anticipated white elephant sale, available for sale is jewelry, baked goods, plants and flowers and thousands of books for all ages. Treasures can also be found at the Shabby Chic display. A fabulous array of items will be up for bid at the silent auction tent. The best bargains at the Jersey Shore will be at the Canterbury Fair that day.An area will be dedicated to children’s fun. There is a petting zoo, clown, balloons, cotton candy, face painting and lots of games where the little ones can win prizes. The children’s chance auction is a favorite for the “kid set.” In response to last year’s popularity, there again will be gently used children’s clothing and toys.The food featured will include hamburgers and hot dogs cooked on an open outdoor grill. Visitors will also be able to go to the oasis of the tea garden for iced tea and delicious baked goods, and the lobster salad luncheon.Proceeds help support local outreach and charitable organizations.Chairperson Christianna Harvey is set with her committee heads to make this year’s Canterbury Fair the best yet. SHREWSBURYJust in time for Mother’s Day, the Shrewsbury Garden Club (SGC) will host its annual Gardeners Market from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the gazebo at the Borough Municipal Center, 419 Sycamore Ave.Throughout the morning, the club will be selling flats of spring annuals and perennials, hanging baskets, cut flower arrangements and a selection of herb and vegetable plants. There also will be a Green Elephant Sale featuring a host of gently used garden tools, books, containers and other outdoor treasures.Garden enthusiasts are invited to attend one of several workshops planned for the day, including flower arranging and container planting.Funds raised during the sale will help support the SGC’s gardening work in several public spaces including Patriots Isle, the gazebo, the Shrewsbury Historical Society Cottage Garden, the Greenhouse Garden and the Herb Garden at the historic Allen House.For more information about upcoming SGC events or to learn how you can become a member, visit the club’s website at www.shrewsburygc. com or its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/shrews burygardenclub. Thanks to the efforts of Matt Dell, a junior at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, youngsters who lost their bikes due to Super Storm Sandy recently received a very pleasant surprise.After hearing about the bike losses suffered by local children of all ages, Matt organized and publicized a Hurricane Sandy Bike Drive. He urged RFH students and families and local residents to get their unused bikes out of garages and sheds and into the hands of deserving youngsters.Bikes were donated at three locations on April 28 – the Fair Haven Youth Center on Fisk Street, the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Office on River Street in Rumson, and the Monmouth Beach Bathing Pavilion. The event was a huge success, resulting in the donation of 120 bikes in working order.The bikes were collected by volunteers, including RFH juniors Colin Heath and Enzo Lucarelli.With the help of Sandyfamilymatch, an organization dedicated to assisting Jersey Shore families impacted by Super Storm Sandy, the bikes were transported and distributed to youngsters in Monmouth Beach, Sea Bright, and Union Beach. The residents of these towns are dealing with devastating damage and loss of personal items due to the storm, which hit the area on Oct. 29.“It was amazing to see how generous people were,” said Matt. “Some of the donated bikes looked brand-new!”Matt is the son of Beth and Kevin Dell of Fair Haven. MIDDLETOWNCommunity members will soon get the opportunity to refresh their driving skills, thanks to Regal Pointe Independent Living and AARP.Regal Pointe will host a one-day AARP Safe Driver Refresher Course for defensive driving from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, 1800 Route 35.Successful completion can result in discounts on car insurance and the elimination of one point on your license (contact your insurance agent for details). The course is available to drivers age 50 and older, who have not yet completed the initial course or who have let three years pass since taking it.The cost of the course for AARP members, with proof of membership, is $12 per person. The cost for nonmembers is $14 per person. All participants must bring their AARP membership card (if applicable) and valid driver’s license. The event includes lunch, courtesy of Regal Pointe.Seating is limited. Please register by May 13 by calling 732-957-0083. * * * * * TINTON FALLSThe Arc of Monmouth is pleased to announce that the 4th annual Edward M. Rosell Golf Classic will occur Monday, June 17, at Deal Golf and Country Club.The event supports healthcare, employment and other critical programs for more than 1,400 Monmouth County residents with Down syndrome, autism and other developmental disabilities. Funds also will be used to rebuild The Arc’s Work Opportunity Center, which was severely flooded during Super Storm Sandy.Foursomes and individual slots are now available for the event, which begins at 10 a.m. with registration and lunch. The modified scramble will start at 12:30 p.m., and includes a Million Dollar Shootout drawing, a $5,000 putting contest and a Hole-in-One car giveaway, sponsored by Schwartz Mazda.A cocktail reception begins at 5:30 p.m. and the awards dinner will occur at 6:30 p.m. Beverage carts will be on the course all day.Entry donations are $375 per person. Lead sponsors include The Anabel Foundation, Brookdale Community College, Circle Hyundai, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield and UBS.Registrations for golf and/or dinner, as well as the high-profile corporate packages that are available may be obtained by contacting email@example.com, calling 732-493-1919, Ext. 120, or visiting www.arcofmonmouth.org/golf.Dr. Webster Trammell, the event’s immediate past chairman, will be honored at the event for his many years of dedication to The Arc of Monmouth and Brookdale Community College.“The golf classic has become one of the most important annual fundraisers for The Arc,” said Jack Privetera, co-chair of the event along with Joseph C. Roselle. “We are proud to recognize Dr. Trammell’s care and commitment at this event, while at the same time raising funds to help The Arc recover from flood damage.”The Arc of Monmouth is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency providing healthcare, residential services, education, employment and vocational training, recreation and other vital services to more than 1,400 individuals with autism, Down syndrome and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.To learn more, please call 732-493-1919 or visit www.arcofmonmouth.org.
There’s a new champion in the Finley’s Ladies Rec Soccer League as the Lily Whites captured the Cup over Dirty Dozen in the final recently at the Lakeside Pitch. Mallard’s Source for Sports is all game to salute the Lily Whites with Team of the Week honours. The team, celebrating with a champagne shower, includes, back row, L-R, Doris Hausleitner, Heather Anderson, Karen Bennett, Layla Precious, Emma Precious and Tina Choi. Front, Bronwyn Marzicola, Kim Green, Sarah Mitchell, Beverly Dawe and Kelly Newhouse.
Former L.V. Rogers Bomber and Santa Clara Broncos star Sean Denison is having a breakout season playing for CSM Oradea in the Romania League (Liga Nationala).The 6’11”, 245-pound forward/center is averaging 10 points and just under six rebounds and two assists per game for the 17-6 CSM Oradea squad.CSM Oradea, which finished the EuroChallenge with a 3-3 record, is currently in third spot in Liga Nationala standings with a 17-6 record. It was at the EuroChallenge that a producer put together a highlight package of the 28-year-old Denison on the court.Check out the YouTube video and a past article from The Nelson Daily.
Saturday, Selkirk gained some revenge, outlasting the Bombers 9-6.Lincoln Rosenblood pitched well but took the loss for LVR with some releif help from Casey Harrison.LVR committed 11 errors behind the two pitchers which did not help the team. Both pitchers combined to give up four hits, strike out 2 and walk four.The Bombers collected four hits, Lincoln picked up 2, Breaden Zarikoff, Brandon Huffty and Ben LeMarquand had one each. The L.V. Rogers Bombers split a pair of doubleheaders during a recent swing through the East Kootenay.The Bombers defeated and lost to both Mt Baker Wild of Cranbrook and Selkirk Storm of Kimberley.Friday, to open the series, Braeden Zarikoff pitched well for the Bombers but the offense did not help in a 7-2 loss to the Wild.Senior pitcher Devon Marra of the Wild threw a great game striking out 14 Bomber hitters and only giving up the two hits — by Zarikoff and Mathew Brind’Amour — and three walks. In the final game, the Bombers were able to even the series with a 22-2 romp over Mt. Baker.Austin Tambellini through a one hitter for the win, collecting 6 strikeouts in the shortened game.The Bomber hitters came alive in game four collecting 12 hits, Braeden Zarikoff lead the team with 3 hits, Lincoln Rosenblood, Saywer Hunt and Astin Tambellini had two hits each, and Keaton Roch, Reese Tambellini and Ben LeMarquand each adding one hit. In Game two, John Barabonoff pitched a complete game for the win giving up four hits and walking none in a 13-3 win for LVR over Selkirk.The Bomber bats came alive in game two collecting nine hits. The team was lead by Saywer Hunt 3-for-3, and Lincoln Rosenblood 2-for-2, four others added one hit each. The team has a record of 13 wins and 8 losses heading into their last weekend of play. The team is off to Southern Alberta where they will be playing double headers in Raymond and Coaldale this weekend.
The Nelson Senior Novice Leafs are ready to let it all hang out at a tournament this weekend in Trail. The Leafs are 1-3 on the season, facing teams from Castlegar.Mallard’s Source for sports wanted to send the Leafs off on the right note with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, Jack Boyes, Larson Proctor, Cash Linnen, Kale Gehrmann , Max Jean, Gunnar Evenson , Miller Tedesco, Grady Groenhuysen, Cohen Wolbaum, Drae Hudson, Dax Dewar, Ryder Nash, goalie Shea Andersen, Sawan Bhabra and Griffin Wanhalla.Coaches are Leif Luttmer, Kevin Dewar along with trainer Brian Boyes.The Nelson Senior Novice Tournament is January 8-10 at the NDCC Arena.
SANTA ANITA TO REOPEN INNER EXERCISE TRACKArcadia, CA – March 7, 2019 – Starting Friday, March 8, 2019, Santa Anita will reopen its inner exercise track to all horses stabled on the grounds. That track, about six furlongs (3/4 of a mile) in circumference, is inside both the one mile main track and seven furlong turf course at Santa Anita. Since opening day there have been no catastrophic injuries sustained on it.Veteran trackman Dennis Moore and Dr. Mick Peterson from University of Kentucky’s Racing Surfaces Testing Lab inspected the inner exercise track. After evaluating it extensively, Moore said he’s “happy with it”. Once it reopens, they will closely monitor that track’s condition as horses stabled at Santa Anita Park begin using it.“Like all athletes horses need to stay active, so this is a good decision for their overall health since it allows our horses to get out of their stalls and keeps them moving to aid their digestion,” said Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert.Use of the inner exercise track will be restricted to galloping or jogging only until further notice.Press Contacts:Tiffani Steer, Tiffani.Steer@stronachgroup.comMike Willman, Mike.Willman@santaanita.com