FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Photo: Dave ReidMayor of Kingston, Her Worship, Senator Councillor, Dr. Angela Brown Burke (third right) and Youth and Culture Minister, Hon. Lisa Hanna (second left), unveil plaque at the opening of the International Youth Fellowship (IYF) Teen Training Centre, in Parade Gardens, Downtown Kingston, on June 23. Others (from left) are: Country Director for the IYF in Jamaica, Pastor Jin Hee Kim; State Minister in the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Hon. Julian Robinson and President of the School of Mahanaim in New York, Pastor Terry Henderson. RelatedVolunteers Urged to Join National Effort to Protect Children RelatedYouth Information Centre Opens in Hanover Young persons in the inner city community of Parade Gardens, in downtown Kingston, are to benefit from a new Teen Training Centre, which has been established in the heart of the district.The International Youth Fellowship (IYF) in Jamaica, in its continued mandate to facilitate youth development in Jamaica, opened the training centre to offer assistance to the youth of the area through various social programmes.Mayor of Kingston, Her Worship, Senator Councillor Dr. Angela Brown Burke, has commended the IYF for the initiative.“I expect that from what you are doing here, lives will be transformed. I look forward to the kind of impact that I know an institution with the kind of philosophy you have will make, and the kind of changes that you will bring in the hearts of youth in this area,” she said.The Mayor, who was speaking at the opening of the centre on June 23, also thanked the IYF for its intervention in the community.Meanwhile, Youth and Culture Minister, Hon. Lisa Hanna, said programmes that are geared towards youth development are very important, if the country is to progress.“Jamaica has a large population between zero and 30 years of age, so we have a responsibility to make sure that the programmes work,” she said.For his part, Country Director for the IYF, Pastor Jin Hee Kim, said “there is much hope and promise in the hearts of these young people during our encounters with them as we hosted introductory parenting talks and bible workshops in recent weeks.”“We are confident that this centre will help many of the youth in and around Parade Gardens to defy the difficult situations that we see each day and embrace this hope that we share,” he said.The opening ceremony also featured the naming of the ‘Mama Joy’ Lounge in honour of Joy Marilyn ‘Mama Joy’ Baker, a woman renowned for her work as a warm hearted and generous caretaker of hundreds of inner city children and at-risk youth.The centre, which is located at 2 – 4 Higholborn Street, will offer a range of programmes, including life skills, foreign language classes in Korean, Chinese and Spanish as well as cultural dances and music, which will be taught by qualified volunteers. IYF Opens Teen Training Centre in Parade Gardens CultureJune 25, 2015Written by: Rochelle Williams RelatedOCR Congratulates GSAT Awardees, Encourages Parents to be Mindful Story HighlightsYoung persons in the inner city community of Parade Gardens, in downtown Kingston, are to benefit from a new Teen Training Centre, which has been established in the heart of the district.The International Youth Fellowship (IYF) in Jamaica, in its continued mandate to facilitate youth development in Jamaica, opened the training centre to offer assistance to the youth of the area through various social programmes.Mayor of Kingston, Her Worship, Senator Councillor Dr. Angela Brown Burke, has commended the IYF for the initiative. Advertisements IYF Opens Teen Training Centre in Parade GardensJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay
iStock/Thinkstock(MONROE, N.C.) — A 9-year-old North Carolina boy running a lemonade stand was robbed by an armed suspect Saturday, police said.The boy was selling lemonade in Monroe, about 25 miles from Charlotte, when he was approached by a teen who stuck what appeared to be a handgun to the boy’s stomach, demanded money and fled on foot, the Union County Sheriff’s Office said.The boy had less than $20 in cash on him, police spokesman Tony Underwood told ABC News affiliate WSOC.Officials believe the suspect, described as a black male in his teens, made his getaway on a bicycle after the robbery. He was seen wearing a camouflage hat and a black shirt.While searching for the suspect, deputies found a trail that led into the woods where the hat, a black-colored BB handgun and a stolen metal tin containing the boy’s cash were recovered, police said.Police are still searching for the suspect.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
IntroductionIf you’ve never been to Fort Leonard Wood before, you might not know all there is to do, both on and off post. If you’re not sure where to start or are looking for something new to do this weekend, we’ve compiled a list of 21 of the best things to do.Suggested Read: Fort Leonard Wood Missouri: In-Depth Welcome CenterCOVID-19 NoticeDue to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, many businesses, venues, and parks may be temporarily closed or operating under restricted hours. Many, if not all, of the ones listed here, are likely subject to health restrictions, though new re-openings and closings occur all the time. Check websites and call ahead to learn each listing’s current status.21 Things to Do Do in Fort Leonard WoodKnow what you are looking for? Click the number(s) to get right to it:(1) Events(2-5) Gyms(6-8) Movie Theaters(9-13) Parks, Rivers, and Lakes(14) Golfing(15) Bowling(16-17) Entertainment(18-21) MuseumsFort Leonard Wood Events1. Installation Wide Events13486 Replacement Ave.Bldg. 470, Room 1105Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-6913Installation Wide Events (IWE) is for soldiers, their families, and community members of Fort Leonard Wood. They have many programs including the Independence Day Celebration, Oktoberfest, Tree Lighting Celebration, Easter Egg Hunt, Movies in the Park, and concerts. Check their website for their most up to date schedules!Fort Leonard Wood Gyms2. Davidson Fitness Center (DFC)1300 South Dakota Ave.Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-4359At Davidson Fitness Center, you’ll have 68,000 square-feet of gym space with state of the art equipment. They feature basketball courts, free weights, and cardio gear for all your exercise needs. They even have personal fitness trainers if you’d like to get some extra coaching. As an added bonus, they have an indoor pool!3. Specker Gym6060 Michigan Ave., Bldg.1714 Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-7377At Specker gym you’ll find 17,000 square feet of premier Olympic and powerlifting equipment. Aside from the weight equipment, their cardio rooms feature an array of machines: treadmills, ellipticals, stationary and spin bikes, steppers, and rowers.Waynesville4. Anytime Fitness1104 Historic Rte 66Waynesville, MO 65583Phone: 1 (573) 774-4195For a workout facility off post, check out Anytime Fitness in Waynesville. You’ll be able to work with trainers and establish a custom exercise regimen. Membership also gives you access to over 3,000 facilities nationwide!St Robert5. Crossfit St. Robert633 State Hwy YSt Robert, MO 65584Phone: 1 (573) 286-8486For hardcore enthusiasts, Crossfit St. Robert might be what you need. Immerse yourself in the community with locals and other soldiers and get your Workout of the Day (WOD) on.Fort Leonard Wood Movie Theaters6. Abrams TheaterBuilding 804, Iowa AveFort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (800) 527-2345Conveniently located on post, Abrams Theater plays the latest flicks. Check their site for movie times and coupons, and browse their trailers to get a preview of what’s showing.Waynesville7. B&B Theatres1200 Gw LnWaynesville, MO 65583Phone: 1 (573) 774-6943With options for birthday parties and retro nights, B&B Theatres offers cinematic options off post. Check their site for the latest movie times and prices.Rolla8. Regal Forum1101 E 18th StRolla, MO 65401Phone: 1 (844) 462-7342Regal Forum screens everything from classics to the latest blockbusters. Take your family or a date for a relaxing and fun day out at the movies in Rolla.Parks, Rivers, and Lakes9. Lake Of The Ozarks Recreation Area789 Olney Circle Linn Creek, MO 65052Phone: 1 (573) 346-5640The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) is one of the country’s largest man-made lakes. You can camp, boat, hike, water ski, and fish along its over 1,000 miles of shoreline. A great destination for camping, boating, swimming, water skiing, fishing, and other outdoor activities.10. Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC)16810 FLW KBldg. 2290Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-4223At Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC) you can find all your outdoor recreation needs. They have hunting, archery, fishing, and hiking. If outdoor activities are your thing, this is your spot. Be sure to check for seasonal information as well as state and local licensing requirements.11. Paw ParkFort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-4223At Paw Park, pet owners and their pets can exercise and socialize. They have two specialized areas that are separated between large and small dogs.Lebanon12. Atchley Park1805 Lynn StLebanon, MO 65536Phone: 1 (417) 991-2222For a park experience off post, check out Atchley Park in Lebanon. They have pavilions with electric plug-ins, baseball and softball fields, as well as four horseshoe pits.Osage Beach13. Peanick Park715 State Hwy 42Osage Beach, MO 65065Phone: 1 (573) 302-7460Peanick Park in Osage Beach is another great option for outdoor activities off post. They have baseball and softball fields, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, pavilions, playgrounds, and walking trails.Fort Leonard Wood Golf Course14. Piney Valley Golf Course (PVGC)18694 FLW 20Bldg. 10221Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 329-4770Piney Valley Golf Course (PVGC) has an 18 hole, par 72 championship course that runs along the Big Piney River. PVGC is open to the public and also has a driving range, putting green, chipping area, and a pro shop. Give them a call if you want lessons!Fort Leonard Wood Bowling15. Daugherty Bowling Center7077 Illinois AveBldg. 1609Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-1498Come to the Daugherty Bowling Center for all your bowling needs. Here you’ll find 40 lanes of fun in a recently remodeled facility that is a great place for friendly competition, family fun, or a date night. You can find a full service snack bar and a pro shop within.Fort Leonard Wood Entertainment16. Strike Zone7077 Illinois AveBldg. 1609Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-1498The Strike Zone has become the local dining and entertainment destination of choice and is located in the bowling alley. But come here for more than just bowling, they have all sorts of great food specials and fun events.St. Robert17. Escape Uranus Escape Room14400 State Hwy ZSt Robert, MO 65584Phone: 1 (573) 723-1442Have you tried escape rooms? At Escape Uranus you’ll find challenging puzzles that are meant to be collaborative escape adventures. Currently, they have 5 rooms, so you can get more than just one visit out of it!Fort Leonard Wood Museums18. Fort Leonard Wood Engineer Museum495 South Dakota Ave.Building 1607Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-0780At the U.S. Army Engineer Museum you’ll see a variety of gallery displays. Visit to check out WWII temporary mobilization buildings, historical Army engineering equipment, landmine warfare artifacts, and tactical bridging exhibits.19. US Army Military Police Corps Museum14296 South Dakota AvenueBuilding 1607Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473Phone: 1 (573) 596-0604At the US Army Military Police Corps Museum, you will find collections displaying the history of the Military Police of the U.S. Army from 1775 to present. Free to the public, you might spend more than a few hours exploring their informative and interactive exhibits.Waynesville20. Old Stagecoach Stop Museum106 N Lynn StWaynesville, MO 65583Phone: 1 (573) 336-3561For a visit to the past, check out the Old Stagecoach Stop Museum in Waynesville. It’s the oldest building in Pulaski County and was built by W.W. McDonald in the mid-1850s. It’s a historical hotel with rooms that give you tastes of different times in history.St Robert21. Uranus Sideshow Museum14400 State Hwy ZSt Robert, MO 65584Phone: 1 (573) 746-2810Get ready to get weird. At the Uranus Sideshow Museum you’ll see live animals, a sword swallower, and much more. This is the second largest personal collection of oddities in the world, so you don’t want to miss it!ConclusionWhether this is another tour here or your first time, you’ll find plenty of great experiences to enjoy all over Fort Leonard Wood and the surrounding cities in the heart of Missouri. Be sure to ask around and get insights from locals and those who have been around for a while. You may become an expert yourself as you spend more time here. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.
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SUNDAY IN DUGGAN PARK:2.00 Salthill Knocknacarra v Clarinbridge – B1 Cup final3.10 Craughwell B v Skehana Menlough – C Cup final4.20 Craughwell A v Shamrocks – A1 Cup final Camogie Feile Fixtures:SATURDAY in LOUGHREA:2.00 Ahascragh Caltra v Killimor – B1 Shield final3.10 Ardrahan v Liam Mellows – B Cup final4.20 Davitts v Abbeyknockmoy – A Cup final Loughrea will be the venue tomorrow (Saturday May 5th) as Davitts meet Abbeyknockmoy in the A Cup Final at 4.20pm, preceded by Killimor v Ahascragh/Caltra in the B1 Shield decider at 2pm and Ardrahan v Liam Mellows in the B Cup Final at 3.10pm. The u14 Feile Camogie finals are down for decision this Bank Holiday weekend, with three triple headers scheduled for Loughrea, Ballinasloe and Clarenbridge on Saturday and Sunday. Duggan Park, Ballinasloe will host three matches on Sunday (6th May) starting at 2pm with the B1 Cup meeting between Salthill Knocknacarra and Clarinbridge. That will be followed at 3.10pm by the C Cup clash involving Craughwell’s second team and Skehana/Menlough and the A1 Cup match at 4.20pm will see Craughwell’s first team take on Shamrocks.There are another three games scheduled in Clarinbridge on Sunday starting at 2pm with the A1 Shield meeting of Mullagh/Kiltormer and Turloughmore. The A Shield match between Athenry’s first team and St. Thomas will take place at 3.10pm. And Athenry’s second team will conclude the action at 4.20pm when they meet Cois Fharraige at 4.20pm in the C Shield Final.The National Feile competition in June is hosted by Connacht, Westmeath and Longford. SUNDAY IN CLARINBRIDGE:2.00 Mullagh Kiltormer v Turloughmore – A1 Shield final3.10 Athenry A v St Thomas’ – A Shield final4.20 Athenry B v Cois Fharraige – C Shield finalprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
latest football newsPicturedHARRY’S HEROES Kane says goodbye to Tottenham team-mates Vertonghen and VormLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVESalah admits he could LEAVE Liverpool, how Sancho will fit in Utd XILive Blogblues newsChelsea transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from Stamford BridgeRevealedFORTUNE TELLERIncredible Hawkeye blunder saved Villa’s lives – but Smith says it was karmaNEXT SEASONAaron Connolly says ‘see you next year’ after scoring goal to end seasonLive BlogJU BEAUTYJuventus vs Sampdoria LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team newsPED’S GONEPedro’s goodbye to Chelsea before Roma move as Cesc takes credit for signing himBANK LAMPARDChelsea scoop £50m Euro bonus as Lamps learns ‘a million things’ in debut year”We won at AC Milan, who was managed by Allegri who has a reputation as one of the great coaches. We went through.”We go to Madrid and Crouchy got sent off and we ended up losing.”Redknapp has been upset before over Neville’s comments on Spurs.He added: “Maybe two years ago I heard him have a pop saying ‘they got rid of some bad apples’. He mentioned Michael Dawson who is one of the best pros I’ve ever come across in my life.“He wants to do his homework before he comes on and talks about people in that tone. I thought his comments were an absolute disgrace.”7 Redknapp suggested Neville does his homework before making such remarks againCredit: PA:Press Association HARRY REDKNAPP has blasted Gary Neville for calling Tottenham “pathetic” – and branded him the worst manager in Valencia’s history.Redknapp, who got Spurs to the Champions League quarter-final in 2011, is fuming with Red Nev for labelling the club “spineless and soft, flaky, rubbish” in the last 30 years.7 Redknapp is furious at Gary Neville’s comments about SpursCredit: Reuters7 The Sky Sports pundit branded Tottenham “spineless and soft, shaky and rubbish” in the last 30 yearsCredit: AFP or licensorsAnd he says he will BLANK his son’s Sky Sports colleague over his outburst on Monday Night Football this week.Redknapp, who managed Spurs from 2008 to 2012, said on talkSPORT, said: “I’ve got the raving hump with him and wouldn’t want to speak to him, to tell the truth. I’ve got the raving needle and think he’s totally out of order.“People have a right to an opinion but his opinion in this case is totally wrong and it’s a disgrace to talk how he has.”It’s a disgrace to label players spineless and gutless in that team like Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Ledley King, Rafael van der Vaart, William Gallas.7 The former QPR boss branded Neville pathetic for the commentsCredit: Getty Images – Getty”I was so disappointed and upset with his comments. He wants to do his homework before coming out with comments like that.”He was totally out of order.”We can all come back. He managed Valencia and when he managed them they were the worst Valencia team not just in the last 30 years but in their history.”Neville’s glittering playing career included the historic Treble and eight Premier League titles – but his only stint in management was three months at Valencia in which he lost 11 of his 28 games in charge before getting sacked.7 Neville endured a torrid spell as Valencia managerCredit: Getty Images – GettyHe then returned as a Sky Sports pundit where he works alongside Jamie Redknapp.Redknapp Snr blasted: “Gary’s comments were an absolute disgrace.“I can only speak about the three and a half years I was at the club and we weren’t gutless, we weren’t spineless, we weren’t pathetic, flaky, rubbish.”I managed a team that had to go to the Etihad to beat Man City to get into the Champions League, they had to beat us to qualify.7 Redknapp was Spurs boss from 2008-2012Credit: PA:Press AssociationTottenham 0-1 Manchester City: Riyad Mahrez scores to fire City back to the top of the Premier League”It was a winner-takes-all situation and we won 1-0.”We got into the Champions League and were drawn in a group with the holders Inter Milan at that time, who had done the double and had won the World Super Cup that year.”We finished above them in the group and went there and had our goalkeeper sent off in the first ten minutes, were 4-0 down at half-time and got three goals back.”Gareth Bale ran them ragged and if the game went on another ten minutes we would have won the game. That is not a team that is gutless.”We battered them at home and beat them 3-1 in a great night at White Hart Lane.7 Neville made the comments on MNF this weekCredit: Sky Sports
Councillor John O’Donnell has said he wants to put tody’s court case behind him and get on with his life.The Kilmacrennan man was today found not guilty of assault causing harm to another man in Letterkenny on February 23rd, 2015.After a four a half day trial, a jury of eleven people took four and a half hours to reach their verdict. In an exclusive statement to Donegal Daily, a spokesperson for the Independent Councillor said he wanted to get on with his life.The statement said “Mr. John O’Donnell is happy to put this matter behind him and to be able to move on with his personal and professional life. Finally, he would like to thank his legal team of solicitor Rory O’Brien and counsel John Berry BL.”During the trial Councillor O’Donnell had maintained his innocence and said he was acting out of self-defence.The alleged victim in the case, Seamus O’Donnell from St Johnston, claimed that Mr O’Donnell had punched him and then kicked him in the face leaving him in hospital for eight days. Councillor John O’DonnellCouncillor says he just wants to put court case behind him was last modified: December 24th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CouncillorcourtinnocentJohn O’Donnellstatement
Domenico Berardi has officially signed a new contract holding him to Sassuolo until June 2024. The 25-year-old forward spent his entire career with the Neroverdi, save for a brief period in a co-ownership deal with Juventus. He had been approached to make the switch to Juve, but preferred to continue his maturation process at the Mapei Stadium. His previous contract had been due to expire in June 2023, so this is a one-season extension. Berardi has scored six goals in six Serie A games this season, plus two assists. His record in a Sassuolo jersey is of 80 goals and 51 assists in 236 competitive games. However, he also has a notoriously short fuse and received six red cards with 61 bookings. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/
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New South Walesâ€™ best junior Touch Football talent will be on display in Port Macquarie this weekend when they compete in the 2016 New South Wales Touch Association (NSWTA) Junior State Cup. 357 teams will converge on the Port Macquarie Regional Sports Stadium and Tuffins Lane precinct for the event, an increase of 26 teams from last year. Teams will travel from all areas across the state for the three day event, which will be played from Friday, 19 February to Sunday, 21 February. Over 17,000 players, coaches, referees, officials and spectators will attend the event, bringing a large economic impact to the Port Macquarie region. Teams from across the state will compete in the following divisions â€“ 10â€™s Boys and Girls, 12â€™s Boys and Girls, 14â€™s Boys and Girls, 16â€™s Boys and Girls and 18â€™s Boys and Girls. To watch selected Junior State Cup games live, please click here –http://www.nswtouch.com.au/2016-nsw-junior-state-cup-live. Keep up to date with all of the latest news and information from the 2015 New South Wales State Cup:Website â€“ www.nswtouch.com.au Facebook â€“ www.facebook.com/nswtouchTwitter â€“ www.twitter.com/nsw_touch (#nswjsc)Instagram â€“ www.instagram.com/nswtouch (#nswjsc)YouTube – www.youtube.com/touchfootballaus (stay tuned to the website for live streaming links)Related Links2015 NSWJSC