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Luncheon fundraiser

first_img Pinterest Luncheon fundraiser By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Belmont Baptist Church and Student Ministries has scheduled a Spaghetti & Meatballs Luncheon Fundraiser from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday at the church, 806 N. Belmont Ave. The menu will also include green beans, salad and dessert. Donations will be accepted. Twitter TAGS  WhatsApp Local Newscenter_img Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Previous article022319_Ratliff_Road_Race_jf_08Next articleGIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Odessa High pulls off crucial win over Midland High in thriller Digital AIM Web Support Facebook Pinterestlast_img read more

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South African runner Semenya defiant after court ruling

first_imgRelatedPosts Semenya loses appeal against CAS ruling over testosterone regulations Semenya switches to 200m in bid to compete at Tokyo Olympics Semenya lashes out at IAAF South African athlete Caster Semenya was defiant Wednesday in the wake of the appeal she lost at Switzerland’s Federal Supreme Court against testosterone level restrictions for female runners.The 29-year-old Semenya, who reportedly is intersex, has said she would not use medication to allow her to continue racing the 800 metres. “A man can change the rules but the very same man cannot rule my life,” the two-time Olympic 800 metres champion said on Twitter.Semenya lost an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport last year against a rule change by the ruling body World Athletics.The rule was that women with elevated testosterone levels must reduce them via medication if they want to compete in distances between 400m and a mile — or run other distances.The Swiss Supreme Court said on Tuesday that it could not look into the original ruling by CAS itself.It however said it could only look into whether the CAS had violated general legal proceedings — which was not the case. “I have won this battle long ago. Go back to my achievements, then you will understand. Doors might be closed, not locked,” Semenya added on Twitter.South Africa’s government- which has always strongly backed Semenya-called the latest court decision “very unfortunate and offensive to the fundamental human rights of female athletes classified hyperandrogenic’’.“We call upon all South Africans, Africans and the entire world to rally behind Caster in our quest to defeat injustice against women in sports and in particular African women,” Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa said in a statement Wednesday.The government said they were considering their next course of action.World Athletics welcomed the ruling, saying its regulations are “a legitimate and proportionate means of protecting the right of all female athletes to participate in our sport on fair and meaningful terms’’. But Human Rights Watch slammed the decision in a statement, calling it “discriminatory’’ and saying it creates “a regime of discriminatory surveillance and medical interventions on women’’.The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner has also previously recommended revoking eligibility regulations for women athletes like those enforced by World Athletics.Semenya’s lawyers have noted in a statement that the court ruling means she would be prevented from defending her 800m gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in the summer of 2021.(dpa/NAN)Tags: Caster SemenyaCourt rulingSouth African athletelast_img read more

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Ohio State University Livestock Judging Camp June 5-7

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest In early June, 4-H and FFA members from around the state will be learning from some of the top livestock experts in the state at The Ohio State University Livestock Judging Camp.The three-day camp is designed to help young livestock exhibitors enhance their skills in judging and oral communication. The cost for the camp from June 5 to June 7 is $250 and includes all meals, lodging and an OSU souvenir. Forms to apply can be found on the OSU Livestock Judging Team Facebook page. The deadline to apply is May 15. For more information contact Hank LeVan at [email protected] ItineraryMonday10:30 AM-11:30 AM Registration & Room assignment at Torres House on North Campus11:30 AM-12:00 PM Travel to Animal Science Building12:00 PM-12:45 PM Introduction to Camp, rules, expectations, Lunch12:45 PM-2:00 PM Split into Groups, Team building exercise2:00 PM-5:00 PM Intro to Livestock Evaluation, Note taking, Reasons5:00 PM- 6:00 PM Dinner6:00 PM- 8:00 PM Camp Activity8:00 PM – 8:30 PM Return to Dorms10:00 PM Lights outTuesday7:15 AM – 8:00 AM Breakfast at Dorms8:00 AM -8:30 AM Travel to Animal Science Building8:30 AM- 9:30 AM Guest Speaker9:30 AM- 12:00 PM Cattle Evaluation & Reasons12:00 PM- 12:30 PM Lunch12:30 PM-2:30 PM Swine Evaluation & Reasons2:30 PM-4:30 PM Sheep & Goat Evaluation & Reasons4:30 PM- 5:00 PM Team Building Exercise5:00 PM- 6:00 PM Dinner6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Camp Activity8:00 PM – 8:30 PM Return to Dorms10:00 PM Lights outWednesday7:15 AM – 8:00 AM Breakfast at Dorms8:00 AM -8:30 AM Travel to Animal Science Building8:30 AM- 9:30 AM Reasons10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Judging Contest with Reasons1:00 PM- 2:00 PM Lunch, Critique and Recap of Contest2:00 PM -3:30 PM Awards Banquet3:30 PM Closing remarks, Camp Dismissedlast_img read more

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Rep Iden appointed to Talent Investment Board

Rep Iden appointed to Talent Investment Board

first_img State Rep. Brandt Iden has been appointed by Michigan House Speaker Kevin Cotter to serve on the Governor’s Talent Investment Board.“This is a great opportunity, and I thank Speaker Cotter for his confidence in my ability to serve on this board,” said Rep. Iden, R-Oshtemo. “The kind of workforce talent needed in Michigan is changing.  I look forward to working with this board to develop policy recommendations that will guide our workforce and talent training as we prepare Michigan for the new economy.”Created in 2011, the Governor’s Talent Investment Board is made up of individuals from a variety of different areas, including state departments, the business sector, and labor representatives, and members of the Legislature.“The issues this board will tackle are of great importance for the state’s economic future.  To keep Michigan moving forward, we need to find ways to match the workforce with current openings and ensure that the workforce is trained to fill those openings,” Rep. Iden said. “I’m eager to get started on these initiatives as my fellow board members and I look for ways to fill available jobs, train available workers, and continue Michigan’s economic comeback.”### Categories: Iden News 04Mar Rep. Iden appointed to Talent Investment Boardlast_img read more

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